The price is wrong

A Civil Beat investigation of public financial disclosures shows the real estate values listed by 14 Hawai‘i lawmakers differed from public assessments.

Discrepancies ranged into the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

As required by state law, all politicians must include the address and value of any interests in real property that aren’t considered their personal residence.

Read the whole story at Civil Beat.

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