Daniel Conway, who was the chief of staff for Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, has resigned to go into the marijuana business. A political consultant and former lobbyist, he is the new managing partner in a company called Truth that is seeking to invest in the California marijuana economy as pot businesses become regulated under new state governance that will go into effect by 2018.
Daniel Conway, who was the chief of staff for Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, has resigned to go into the marijuana business. A political consultant and former lobbyist, he is the new managing partner in a company called Truth that is seeking to invest in the California marijuana economy as pot businesses become regulated under new state governance that will go into effect by 2018. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Daniel Conway, who was the chief of staff for Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, has resigned to go into the marijuana business. A political consultant and former lobbyist, he is the new managing partner in a company called Truth that is seeking to invest in the California marijuana economy as pot businesses become regulated under new state governance that will go into effect by 2018. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

Mayor’s aide looks to become pot business player

January 09, 2016 2:11 PM

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