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The state's comptroller is awfully hard on Tennessee's film incentive program:

According to a new audit report, the agencies have failed to properly administer the two main film incentive programs and failed to provide evidence that Tennessee is getting the best bang for its buck in the deals, the state Comptroller’s office said in a report released Monday morning.

Out of $38 million in incentives that the state has awarded to companies since 2008, the comtroller’s office found that more than $25 million – or 65 percent – should not qualified for state incentives.