Legislation that would have forced dozens of California cities and counties to license a minimum number of marijuana shops stalled in the state Assembly on Thursday.

The author of AB 1356, Assemblyman Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, could not muster the 54 votes needed to move the controversial legislation to the Senate. Ting can revive the measure next year if he chooses.

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