LOS ANGELES -- A coalition aimed at reforming California's property tax system said the state could raise $6 billion a year by assessing business property at current market value.

In a recent study titled "A Citizen's Guide to Reforming Proposition 13," the California Tax Reform Association cited several ways the state's property tax system should be changed to eliminate "loopholes and inequities."

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