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  • Betty Yee says tax board members spend public funds to promote themselves

    State Controller Betty Yee, at a Dec. 14, 2016 Board of Equalization meeting, said elected tax board members are using public employees to promote them in their districts.

State Controller Betty Yee, at a Dec. 14, 2016 Board of Equalization meeting, said elected tax board members are using public employees to promote them in their districts. The Sacramento Bee
State Controller Betty Yee, at a Dec. 14, 2016 Board of Equalization meeting, said elected tax board members are using public employees to promote them in their districts. The Sacramento Bee

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