Six leather chairs, $1,200 each, sit unused in a storage area at the Board of Equalization’s headquarters. The chairs were ordered for Board Member Jerome Horton’s Sacramento office.
Six leather chairs, $1,200 each, sit unused in a storage area at the Board of Equalization’s headquarters. The chairs were ordered for Board Member Jerome Horton’s Sacramento office. Board of Equalization
Six leather chairs, $1,200 each, sit unused in a storage area at the Board of Equalization’s headquarters. The chairs were ordered for Board Member Jerome Horton’s Sacramento office. Board of Equalization

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