Gov. Jerry Brown is scheduled to take his pitch for his compromise tax measure to the California State Association of Counties, whose members are in Sacramento today and Thursday for a legislative conference.
Brown is also expected to discuss his revised budget proposal at a luncheon scheduled at the Hyatt Regency across L Street from the Capitol, according to the program agenda for the event.
County supervisors will also be talking about realignment of health and human services as well as the end of redevelopment agencies.
Other listed speakers at the CSAC conference include Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg, Senate Republican leader Bob Huff, and Brown adviser Diane Cummins, all of whom address a general session starting at 8:30 a.m.
Under the dome, both the Assembly and the Senate meet at 10 a.m. for their second day of floor sessions this week to work through bills.
The Board of Equalization, meanwhile, is holding a public hearing on implementing last year's Assembly Bill 155, the compromise legislation on collecting sales tax from Amazon.com and other Internet retail operations.
Alert readers will remember that Amazon agreed to drop its efforts to put a measure on the ballot in exchange for the state delaying collection of that tax until Sept. 15 of this year -- that is, unless Congress comes up with a deal by July 31. (Capitol Alert is not holding its breath.) The meeting starts at 10 a.m. at 450 N St. Click here to read the agenda.
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