Sonoma County CAG (Cannabis Advisory Group) membership conflicts of interest highlighted in formal complaint by SOSN
The Cannabis Advisory Group Should Disclose All Conflicts of Interest
Dear Ms. Bratton and Mr. Goldstein:
I am concerned that many members of Cannabis Advisory Group (CAG) are using their positions on the CAG to influence decisions in which they have a financial interest or an organizational responsibility. They may also have personal relationships that would constitute a conflict of interest. I discuss specific examples below. If the CAG is to continue, I believe that all members should be required to disclose, perhaps on Form 700 (Statements of Economic Interest), their financial relationships with regard to any past, present, or anticipated involvements in applications for cannabis permits.
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