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Massachusetts Remains One of the Least Financially Transparent States
In 48 states, elected officials are required to submit annual public financial disclosures. After seven years of tracking these disclosures state by state, Pioneer Institute ranks Massachusetts lowest in terms of the transparency of those financial disclosures.
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Survey: MA Least Transparent State at Making State Official Financial Disclosures Public
New rankings from Pioneer Institute show that among the states that require financial disclosures of elected officials and other significant policy makers, Massachusetts is the least transparent.
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Study Finds Massachusetts Lagging on Transparency of Public Official Statements of Financial Interest
A few simple changes would update system, improve transparency Read…
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Boston Herald: Let’s put more light in sunshine law
By J. Patrick Brown and Mary Connaughton. This op-ed originally…