Two days after the second deadline, more than 500 government employees still had not filed the required financial disclosure forms with the state.
Late fees are adding up, but the state doesn’t have the power to collect them.
A law is being proposed to change that.
More than 37,000 state employees and leaders fall under a statute that requires them to file information about their personal financial interests.
Those who didn’t file by the July 1st deadline were notified by the state and given a two month grace period. The second deadline was Tuesday.