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A drive to cut marijuana taxes in California

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Frustrated that California's licensed marijuana industry is struggling to compete against the black market, a group of state officials is pressing to slash taxes on legal pot shops and growers.

State Treasurer Fiona Ma and four legislators proposed a bill Monday that would cut the state excise tax on marijuana

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