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Committee Staff

Assembly Committee on Revenue and Taxation Staff

M. David Ruff - Chief Consultant

E-mail: david.ruff@asm.ca.gov

M. David Ruff serves as Chief Consultant to the Assembly Committee on Revenue and Taxation.  In this role, David analyzes legislation, provides technical assistance on tax law, and organizes informational and oversight hearings to provide a public forum for reviewing relevant tax issues.  David represents the Committee as a member of the Advisory Council to the Executive Director of the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration.  David is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Franchise Tax Board. 

David was previously an attorney in the Sacramento office of McDonough Holland & Allen PC and, before that, a Special Deputy District Attorney in Marin County.  David earned his law degree in 2002 from the University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall).  He received his undergraduate degree in political science, summa cum laude, from the University of California, Davis in 1999, where he was a Regents Scholar.

Carlos Anguiano – Principal Consultant

E-mail:  carlos.anguiano@asm.ca.gov

Carlos Anguiano serves as Principal Consultant to the Assembly Committee on Revenue and Taxation, where he analyzes legislation relating to income and property taxes, provides technical and policy assistance, and organizes informational and oversight hearings on relevant tax issues.  Carlos was previously with Office of the Senate President pro Tempore as a policy consultant overseeing the Senate Governance and Finance and Banking Committees.  Carlos earned his law degree in 2010 from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, and received his undergraduate degree in Business and Finance from Woodbury University in 2006.

Rose Marie Kinnee - Senior Consultant

E-mail:  rosemarie.kinnee@asm.ca.gov

Rose Marie Kinnee serves as Senior Consultant to the Assembly Committee on Revenue and Taxation, where she analyzes legislation relating to property taxes and income taxes, provides technical and policy assistance, and organizes informational and oversight hearings on relevant tax issues.  Rose Marie was previously with the State Board of Equalization as a legislative analyst specializing in property taxes and, before that, a real estate appraiser in San Joaquin County’s Assessor’s Office.  Rose Marie earned her degree in economics from the University of California, Davis in 1986.

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