Governor Bob McDonnell today will sign into law five measures that provide capital gains tax breaks for tech entrepreneurs and make it easier for out-of-state businesses to be temporarily licensed in Virginia. One of the bills will offer as much as $22 million in grants for the Center for Innovative Technology in Herndon, Va.

The bills are part of a broader economic recovery plan that the governor expects will create nearly 30,000 new jobs and $311 million in revenue for the Commonwealth.

Homeowners stand to benefit from an improved job market, as any recovery in home values will likely keep pace with employment statistics.

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McDonnell rolls out economic development package (The Examiner)