CVS got 59 percent of the total
Of six Rhode Island tax-credit programs worth about $35 million, "three companies got 90 percent of that -- CVS and two companies not even located in the state of Rhode Island."
— PolitiFact Rhode Island
Reasons why are elusive
Rhode Island spends "52 percent more per capita on human service programs than the national average."
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