By PE Politics
on April 29, 2010 2:32 PM

The state Fair Political Practices Commission today has started posting statements of economic interest on the agency’s website.

The statements, known as Form 700s, detail sources of income, real estate, gifts and other income. All elected officials must file the public documents every year and are a tool for the public to gauge potential conflicts of interest, the FPPC said in a statement.

Currently, the forms are available for state constitutional officers, the Legislature and members of all county Boards of Supervisors. Eventually, the FPPC said it wants to expand the posting of the forms for other elected officials.

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