The California legislature banned strip clubs from obtaining hiring tax credits. The legislation, which passed the state legislature last week, is expected to be signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown in the next few days. The specific legislation banned “sexually oriented businesses” from claiming California tax credits.
In other California tax news, the state legislature also eliminated the Enterprise Zone program — the program that led to most hiring tax credits in the state. That legislation is also expected to be signed into law in the coming days.