A Michigan Capitol Confidential story about Pfizer receiving corporate welfare from the city of Ann Arbor is the basis for a story today at AnnArbor.com.

Pfizer received an $84 million tax abatement in 2001 after implying the company would leave Ann Arbor, but six years later the company left anyway, taking with it 3,000 jobs.


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