Ethics of Politicians Disclosing Personal Finances

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The intersection of money and politics is always a contentious one. In Hawaii, for more than three decades all elected officials and top appointees have been required to publicly disclose details of their personal finances and business interests. It's all part of the state ethics law. But blogger and HPR commentator Ian Lind has found flaws in the system.

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