Board of Equalization members Diane Harkey, left, and Jerome Horton attend the governor’s State of the State address in January. The Legislature approved a proposal by Gov. Jerry Brown to eliminate nearly all powers of the elected board and give them to a new agency.
Board of Equalization members Diane Harkey, left, and Jerome Horton attend the governor’s State of the State address in January. The Legislature approved a proposal by Gov. Jerry Brown to eliminate nearly all powers of the elected board and give them to a new agency. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file
Board of Equalization members Diane Harkey, left, and Jerome Horton attend the governor’s State of the State address in January. The Legislature approved a proposal by Gov. Jerry Brown to eliminate nearly all powers of the elected board and give them to a new agency. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file

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