For the first time, the public is privy to the annual financial disclosure reports filed by members of the University of Hawaii Board of Regents.
Well, at least four of the 15 members who filed their required reports since a new law took effect July 8. The other regents’ records will remain sealed under a unanimous ruling last week by the Hawaii State Ethics Commission.
The new law adds 15 state boards to the list of those whose members have to publicly disclose their financial interests. They include the Board of Regents,