ANAHEIM, Calif. (KABC) -- Anaheim has ended tax breaks for Disneyland Resort after the City Council voted Tuesday to cancel $267 million in tax incentives at Disney's request.
The tax breaks were in exchange for expanding the two parks and building a new luxury hotel.
Disney said the deal created what it called an adversarial climate with the city.
In November, voters will decide on a measure to require large hospitality businesses that accept tax breaks to pay all workers at least $15 an hour.
Disney is the parent company of ABC7.
Anaheim ends tax agreements with Disneyland Resort
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