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Residents Say Calif. Should Tax, Regulate Medical Pot

Fifty-five percent of respondents to a recent Sacramento Business Journal survey said California should address conflicting local, state and federal laws on medical marijuana by regulating and taxing the substance. According to the survey, 33% of the 461 respondents said they support a statewide ban of medical marijuana, while 9% said municipalities should be authorized to regulate the substance themselves.

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