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Regents' assets might stay private

A bill requiring public disclosure of finances by board members is on a list of likely vetoes

By Nanea Kalani and Derrick DePledge

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

~~<p>The financial disclosure forms filed annually by members of the University of Hawaii's governing board and 14 other state boards and commissions will likely remain confidential now that Gov. Neil Abercrombie has signaled he might veto legislation aimed at making the forms public documents.</p>
<p>Senate Bill 2682 was among 10 bills that Abercrombie told lawmakers Monday he's considering rejecting.</p>
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The financial disclosure forms filed annually by members of the University of Hawaii's governing board and 14 other state boards and commissions will likely remain confidential now that Gov. Neil Abercrombie has signaled he might veto legislation aimed at making the forms public documents.

Senate Bill 2682 was among 10 bills that Abercrombie told lawmakers Monday he's considering rejecting. Login for more...



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