Two California Bio Groups Seek Tax Breaks, Other Incentives Despite Budget Shortfall | GenomeWeb
The San Francisco Bay Area’s life science industry group plans to lean on state lawmakers to enact a series of new tax breaks for California’s universities and other initiatives, and to kick-start cluster-building programs despite a showdown between Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and lawmakers over his proposed fix for the state’s $3.3 billion budget gap and a projected $14.5 billion shortfall next fiscal year.
 

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