Baton Rouge firm nets $40M in federal funds to bolster economic development in distressed areas

    A subsidiary of Baton Rouge-based Stonehenge Capital is receiving $40 million in New Markets Tax Credits, and says the federal funds will be used to attract businesses and economic development to dist…

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