States of Disclosure: Tracking the Private Interests of Public Officials

Source: The Center for Public Integrity, 2007

“The Center for Public Integrity researched state requirements on the filing of Personal Financial Disclosures by all three branches of state government — executive, legislative and judicial — to help the public hold officials accountable and determine the potential for conflicts of interest.” [Note: see the drop-down menu on the right hand side to view copies of reports filed by members of the executive, judicial and legislative branches in the 50 states.]

· Many States Fail Governors’ Disclosures Survey – Top grade eludes all but one.
· Governors’ Disclosure Ranking
· Governors’ Disclosure Comparison

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