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Financial data to be private 1 more year

The decision covers state board members who filed prior to the new disclosure law

By Nanea Kalani

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

~~<p>The majority of the approximately 150 members serving on various state boards and commissions affected by the state's new financial disclosure law will not have their information made public until next year.</p>
<p>The law, which took effect July 8, adds members of 15 powerful state boards and commissions to the list of public officials whose annual financial disclosure statements are public records. Gov. Neil Abercrombie allowed Senate Bill 2682 to become law as Act 230 without his signature.</p>
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The majority of the approximately 150 members serving on various state boards and commissions affected by the state's new financial disclosure law will not have their information made public until next year.

The law, which took effect July 8, adds members of 15 powerful state boards and commissions to the list of public officials whose annual financial disclosure statements are public records. Gov. Neil Abercrombie allowed Senate Bill 2682 to become law as Act 230 without his signature. Login for more...



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