LOS ANGELES — California's state controller wants to strip the state's elected tax board of its most important functions.

The Board of Equalization administers more than 30 tax and fee programs that collected $60.5 billion in revenue during fiscal year 2014-15, according to an evaluation by the state Department of Finance, released Thursday.

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