Jerome Horton speaks on the on the California state Assembly floor in this 2005 photo. Now 58 years old and chairman of the Board of Equalization, Horton had a health scare Wednesday that put him in the hospital for 13 hours. He was released with a “clean bill of health,” he said.
Jerome Horton speaks on the on the California state Assembly floor in this 2005 photo. Now 58 years old and chairman of the Board of Equalization, Horton had a health scare Wednesday that put him in the hospital for 13 hours. He was released with a “clean bill of health,” he said. Robert Durell Los Angeles Times
Jerome Horton speaks on the on the California state Assembly floor in this 2005 photo. Now 58 years old and chairman of the Board of Equalization, Horton had a health scare Wednesday that put him in the hospital for 13 hours. He was released with a “clean bill of health,” he said. Robert Durell Los Angeles Times

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