California Judges Required to Post Conflict of Interest Statements Online

California's Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) ruled this week that state judges are not exempt from the online filing of conflict of interest statements. Judges and other statewide officeholders have been required for decades to file California Form 700 but the California Judges Association has been fighting for two years to get its members exempted from a regulation requiring that the forms be filed online. For a good (and brief) summary of the judicial Form 700 issue read the Sacramento Bee.

For a complete list of which officials file with the FPPC, access this page at the Commission.