Tax Commissioner Bruce Johnson has been reappointed by Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. to another term on the four-member commission that oversees state tax collections.
Johnson was first appointed to the commission in 1998 by then-Gov. Mike Leavitt. Before that, he litigated state and local tax disputes as a partner in the law firm of Holme Roberts & Owen. He has also worked as a trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice's tax division.
Johnson's reappointment, announced by the governor Wednesday, must be confirmed by the Senate.