Two board members for California's bullet train project also hold public office in Los Angeles County and Anaheim. Their local duties, critics say, could interfere with their work on the state board.
Critics of California's high-speed rail project Tuesday urged the state attorney general to investigate whether two prominent officials in Los Angeles County and Anaheim have conflicts of interest because they sit on the bullet train's board while holding other public offices.
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