A dozen state workers are suing the Board of Equalization, alleging that agency leaders for years have known its 24-story headquarters, seen here in 2014, is a health hazard but continue to tell employees that the building is safe.
A dozen state workers are suing the Board of Equalization, alleging that agency leaders for years have known its 24-story headquarters, seen here in 2014, is a health hazard but continue to tell employees that the building is safe. Brian Nguyen Sacramento Bee file
A dozen state workers are suing the Board of Equalization, alleging that agency leaders for years have known its 24-story headquarters, seen here in 2014, is a health hazard but continue to tell employees that the building is safe. Brian Nguyen Sacramento Bee file

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January 15, 2016 04:06 PM

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