The Gift Disclosure Law, Hawaii Revised Statutes § 84-11.5, requires state legislators, state employees, and members of state boards and commissions to report certain types of gifts.
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Gift Reporting Requirements
If you are a state legislator, state employee, or member of a state board or commission, you must file a gift disclosure if all of the following circumstances apply:
- During the disclosure period, you (or your spouse or dependent child) receive either directly or indirectly: (a) a gift that is valued at more than $200, or (b) two or more gifts from the same source, where the combined value of the items is more than $200;
- The source of the gift(s) has interests that may be affected by official action that you take in your state capacity; and
- The gift is not exempted by law from disclosure.
Deadlines: Gift disclosures are due by June 30 of each year.
Reporting Period for 2022: The gift disclosure covers gifts received between June 1, 2021 and May 31, 2022.
Reporting Period for 2023: The gift disclosure covers gifts received between June 1, 2022 and May 31, 2023.