Last night, questions from the task force and chose not to.

“He can say what he needs to say and clearly from what they’ve drafted, the task force disagreed with him,” Johnson said.

Johnson did call the list of demand points attributed to Sanders “a typo” that would be fixed for the report’s final version.

When I spoke with Gonzalez, she wrote down Sanders’ concerns. She said she would address them on Monday at the task force’s meeting where it is scheduled to vote on the report.

“This is a draft report,” Gonzalez said. “The reason it’s put out there early is so we can take a look at these things and discuss them.”

The Reader’s Don Bauder talked to Sanders, too.


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