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    At a May 25, 2016 meeting of the Board of Equalization, member Jerome Horton brushed off a Sacramento Bee report that said his office worked with agency staff to select $118,000 of furniture for his Sacramento office. Later, Horton told The Bee that after looking "more deeply" into the matter, his staff was involved.

At a May 25, 2016 meeting of the Board of Equalization, member Jerome Horton brushed off a Sacramento Bee report that said his office worked with agency staff to select $118,000 of furniture for his Sacramento office. Later, Horton told The Bee that after looking "more deeply" into the matter, his staff was involved. Courtesy of the California Board of Equalization
At a May 25, 2016 meeting of the Board of Equalization, member Jerome Horton brushed off a Sacramento Bee report that said his office worked with agency staff to select $118,000 of furniture for his Sacramento office. Later, Horton told The Bee that after looking "more deeply" into the matter, his staff was involved. Courtesy of the California Board of Equalization

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Jerome Horton’s staff had larger role in $118,000 furniture buy than he let on

June 19, 2016 06:00 AM

UPDATED June 20, 2016 01:26 PM

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