Lawmakers fall short on financial disclosure

ShuttercockBy Sterling Fluharty | The Glendale Star

State lawmakers recently fulfilled the requirement to submit an annual financial disclosure statement, but a review of those documents for the delegation representing Glendale and Peoria turned up some possible discrepancies and omissions.

The Glendale Star obtained copies of the 2015 statements that will soon appear on the Arizona Secretary of State’s website. It reviewed 18 legislators in six legislative districts and contacted 10 about information they might have failed to disclose.

Among other things, lawmakers are supposed to list the businesses they own, sources of personal compensation, loans and gifts, real estate property, offices they hold, and boards they serve on.

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