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House approves bill to require more financial disclosures

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ST. PAUL - Minnesota representatives Friday approved a bill to require more public official financial disclosures.

The House voted 76-48 to require the state to audit whether public officials comply with campaign finance and disclosure laws, a process that now is optional. The Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board would have more powers under the bill.

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