Hawaii Ethics Commission fines 22 candidates for failing to file financial disclosures

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July 27, 2012


By Justin Haas

HONOLULU, Hawaii The state Ethics Commission has fined 22 state legislative candidates $25, including some incumbents, for failing to meet a filing deadline for financial disclosures.[1]

All candidates for state office are required to file the statement which discloses how they earn income, what property or businesses they may own, and any other financial interests they may have.[1]

The law requires the Ethics Commission to publicly release a list of all candidates who miss the deadline.[1]

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