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    David Gau, executive director of the California Board of Equalization on April 20, 2017 told a Senate budget subcommittee that his job had been threatened, presumably by an elected official. Video courtesy of the California Senate.

David Gau, executive director of the California Board of Equalization on April 20, 2017 told a Senate budget subcommittee that his job had been threatened, presumably by an elected official. Video courtesy of the California Senate. Adam Ashton Courtesy of California Senate
David Gau, executive director of the California Board of Equalization on April 20, 2017 told a Senate budget subcommittee that his job had been threatened, presumably by an elected official. Video courtesy of the California Senate. Adam Ashton Courtesy of California Senate

The State Worker

Chronicling civil-service life for California state workers

For 90 years, Californians have tried to kill this tax board. This is why they failed

April 23, 2017 6:00 AM

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