Form 700s on File for Public Officials
What is a Form 700 and why is it important?
Every elected official and public employee who makes or influences governmental decisions is required to submit a Statement of Economic Interest, also known as the Form 700. The Form 700 provides transparency and ensures accountability in two ways:
It provides necessary information to the public about an official’s personal financial interests to ensure that officials are making decisions in the best interest of the public and not enhancing their personal finances.
It serves as a reminder to the public official of potential conflicts of interest so the official can abstain from making or participating in governmental decisions that are deemed conflicts of interest. (source)
Recognizing Conflicts of Interest
Form 700 for Governor Gavin Newsom
Form 700 for California State Senator Dr. Richard Pan
Form 700s for the current Medical Board of California
Current membership is 15 - 8 physicians and 7 public members; most are appointed by the Governor, except 1 public member is appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly and 1 public member is appointed by the Senate Rules Committee. For a biography of each member, visit the Medical Board of California members page.
Kristina D. Lawson, J.D., President
Randy W. Hawkins, M.D., Vice President
Laurie Rose Lubiano, J.D., Secretary
Dev GnanaDev, M.D.
(lots of red flags come up with Dev GnanaDev's Form 700s)
James M. Healzer, M.D.
Asif Mahmood, M.D.
David E. Ryu
Richard E. Thorp, M.D.
Eserick "TJ" Watkins
Felix C. Yip, M.D.
Oaths of Office and Form 700s for Mendocino Couty
Mendocino County Board of Supervisors, Sheriff, school superintendent, and county CEO oaths of office.