Betty Yee Sets Sights on Tax Reform as State Controller

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 (Courtesy: Betty Yee for Controller Campaign)

Betty Yee has served on California's Board of Equalization since 2006 -- and now she's seeking to manage the state's $100 billion budget as the next controller. We'll talk to Yee about some of the issues she's raised during her campaign, including inequality, pension security and what she calls California's "unfair, outdated and unsustainable" tax system. Yee is running against Republican Ashley Swearengin, who was recently on Forum.


Betty Yee, chairwoman of the Board of Equalization and candidate for state controller