Rhode Island's House Oversight Committee is scheduled to meet Jan. 7 with General Treasurer Seth Magaziner and the chief of the state's Office of Revenue Analysis to discuss tax credit programs.

The meeting, part of the committee's hearings into the matters leading up to the state's investment in former baseball pitcher Curt Schilling's now-bankrupt video game company 38 Studios, is scheduled at the rise of the House session, roughly after 4:30 p.m., in Room 101 on the first floor of the State House in Providence.

Magaziner is scheduled to discuss the evolution of tax credit programs in Rhode Island.

Following his presentation, Paul Dion, chief of the Office of Revenue Analysis in the Rhode Island Department of Revenue, will overview the cost-benefit analysis of tax credit programs.

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