Their first stops were committee meetings to learn about A.B. 2415, a property tax bill that creates a new statewide registration for agents, and A.B. 1894, cannabis for medical purposes. Assemblyman Tom Ammiano provided comic relief, saying, “It is time to put on our big boy and girl pants,” with regards to this bill that authorizes counties and cities to levy special transaction and use taxes on medical marijuana.
The 40 participants met in the Capitol’s Rotunda for a guided tour of the Capitol building, where they were treated to notable facts about the building’s architecture and governance.
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