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Genetics services company Ancestry has long been part of Utah’s corporate DNA, and state officials last week approved an incentive for the company to keep it that way.

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) board, at its April meeting, approved a tax credit incentive of up to nearly $2.5 million to retain the Lehi-based company’s 1,000 existing employees in Utah and help the company grow by up to 506 jobs in Lehi over the next nine years.

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