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."
Reasons why are elusive
Rhode Island spends "52 percent more per capita on human service programs than the national average."
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