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State finds no conflicts in Tri-City deal
San Diego Union-Tribune

The state’s Fair Political Practices Commission has reviewed allegations that Tri-City Healthcare District leaders had conflicts of interest regarding a medical building contract and found insufficient evidence.

The commission earlier this month informed board member RoseMarie Reno and former CEO Larry Anderson that it would be taking no further action on the alleged conflicts. The public hospital district, which serves Oceanside, Carlsbad and Vista, alleged in a July 2014 lawsuit that Medical Acquisition Company gave considerations to Anderson and Reno that skewed the contracting process for a 60,000-square-foot medical office building on the Tri-City campus.