I'd like to know why they needed a law to regulate nutrional supplements in high school. We aren't talking steroids here. There are alot of nutrional supplements that are very beneficial. Arnold has been doing it for decades since he was a body builder and fitness guru. He tours the country promoting/setting up fitness clinics for youth. So I think he knows more about it then some politician.
As far as the conflict of interest thing - I think it's a stretch and simply partisan politics due to Arnold's struggles with Dems in California. Like there aren't any politicians currently doing the same with causes they support? Alot of hypocrisy there.
But I'm glad Arnold decided to end the deal. What will they find next to complain about on him?