When Gutting A Tax Board Is Actually Bad For Taxpayers

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Furthermore, elected board members have been sensible voices on important matters of tax policy. For instance, Board of Equalization member George Runner, a Republican, and Fiona Ma, a Democrat, have called for user-friendly tax rules for marijuana dispensaries. Currently, these businesses aren't allowed to have bank accounts under federal law, but are supposed to pay taxes. Yet it's frowned upon to show up at BOE offices toting bags of cash.

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