RI commission recommends tax credit for nurse faculty

A Rhode Island legislative commission has recommended that nurses who teach at local nursing schools get an annual $3,500 tax credit. The commission was charged with coming up with solutions to the state's nursing shortage. The tax credit would cost the state $500,000 a year and would partly close the gap between what nurses earn as teachers versus what they make in a clinical setting.

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