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CHEFA Releases 10 Year Economic Impact Analysis

From 2003 to 2013, CHEFA facilitated $5.2 billion in tax-exempt financing for capital projects for eligible not-for profit entities. The attached study finds that CHEFA-financed projects had wide ranging economic impact in the state, creating 6,405 jobs, $387 million in labor income, and $554 million in gross domestic product annually on average from 2003-2013.   Read More ...

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