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Disclosure changes concern university regents

A bill making financial forms available to the public has some members threatening to quit

By Nanea Kalani

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 17, 2014

~~<p>Members serving on the board governing the University of Hawaii system are uneasy about pending legislation that would require them to file financial disclosure statements as public rec&shy;ord, with at least one regent promising to resign if the bill becomes law.</p>
<p>The current 15-member Board of Regents is made up of volunteer gubernatorial appointees who mostly are attorneys, business executives and consultants for the local real estate, financial, retail, technology and nonprofit industries.</p>
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Members serving on the board governing the University of Hawaii system are uneasy about pending legislation that would require them to file financial disclosure statements as public rec­ord, with at least one regent promising to resign if the bill becomes law.

The current 15-member Board of Regents is made up of volunteer gubernatorial appointees who mostly are attorneys, business executives and consultants for the local real estate, financial, retail, technology and nonprofit industries. Login for more...



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