Martin Huff, California’s top tax collector, resigned in 1979 after angering both Gov. Jerry Brown and the Legislature.
Martin Huff, California’s top tax collector, resigned in 1979 after angering both Gov. Jerry Brown and the Legislature. Picasa Photo courtesy of the Huff family.
Martin Huff, California’s top tax collector, resigned in 1979 after angering both Gov. Jerry Brown and the Legislature. Picasa Photo courtesy of the Huff family.
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Martin Huff, who defied Jerry Brown on corporate taxes, dies at 93

March 10, 2017 11:22 AM

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