Contribution Disclosure Statements

As of October 10, 2013

Effective January 1, 1991, state law provides that a Member of the State Board of Equalization, including the State Controller, may not participate in any Board adjudicatory proceeding if the Member has received from a party, a participant, or an agent of either, any contribution(s) equaling or exceeding $250 within the preceding twelve months, and if the Member knows or has reason to know that the participant has a financial interest in the decision. The law also requires that a party, participant, or agent of either disclose on the record any such contribution(s). Board staff must inquire and report to the Board whether any such contribution(s) have been made. (Government Code Section 15626.)

Contribution Disclosure Statements


For more information on contribution disclosures see:

California Code of Regulations

Contribution Disclosure Opinions