San Diego County Supervisors Make Tax Proposal Progress

KPBS reported that the San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 3-1 on Wednesday to push for a marijuana business tax proposal to appear on the November ballot.

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The draft resolution was approved by the board, and it called for a 75-word ballow question, along with arguments for and against the measure. It also demands fiscal impact outlining.

However, the resolution still requires formal board approval at its June 28 regular meeting. If voters pass it, the measure will impact cannabusinesses solely in the county’s unincorporated regions.

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