Minnesota ethics board eyes extra lawmaker disclosures
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota ethics board is crafting recommendations for expanded economic disclosure requirements for lawmakers amid concern that the current reporting system is too weak to catch conflicts of interest.
The Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board authorized the agency's staff Tuesday to draft proposed changes to existing disclosure laws. The recommendations are due by early February. If endorsed, they will head to the Legislature.
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