Transparency is the act of making the legislative process, and information on government leaders and departments open, so that influential decisions are not made "in the dark" and without public input. Some of our efforts to strengthen government transparency include:

  • Addressing and limiting "gut-and-replace" and "Frankenstein" practices, and the abuse of short-form bills during legislative session
  • Making financial disclosure forms from the University of Hawaii Board of Regents and certain boards and commissions public

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