The Legislature on Thursday, June 15 voted to break up the Board of Equalization and reassign most of its workforce to a new Department of Tax and Fee Administration by July 1. So far, there are no plans for Board of Equalization employees to move to a new office.
The Legislature on Thursday, June 15 voted to break up the Board of Equalization and reassign most of its workforce to a new Department of Tax and Fee Administration by July 1. So far, there are no plans for Board of Equalization employees to move to a new office. Sacramento Bee file photo
The Legislature on Thursday, June 15 voted to break up the Board of Equalization and reassign most of its workforce to a new Department of Tax and Fee Administration by July 1. So far, there are no plans for Board of Equalization employees to move to a new office. Sacramento Bee file photo

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How can California possibly make a new tax department in two weeks?

June 16, 2017 3:06 PM

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