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Loopholes let legislators and others duck ethics concerns

The watering down of Hawaii’s 1967 law creating a code for government officials needs to be reversed

By Piilani Kaopuiki

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 24, 2014

~~<p>In 1967, the fourth state Legislature passed Act 463, now popularly known as the State Ethics Code.</p>
<p>This important law governs all appointed and elected officials, protecting and informing both the public and the public servant about expected standards of conduct.</p>
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In 1967, the fourth state Legislature passed Act 463, now popularly known as the State Ethics Code.

This important law governs all appointed and elected officials, protecting and informing both the public and the public servant about expected standards of conduct. Login for more...



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