The San Diego city manager's proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year takes a dichotomous look at tourism: While it proposes to cut a subsidy used to lure visitors here, it also suggests that the tax they pay to stay in local hotels once they arrive should be raised to generate more general fund revenue...

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