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Board Member

The League of Women Voters of Hawaii
 
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Ka Leo Hana - Fall 2005: New Board of the League of Women Voters of Hawaii
www.lwv-hawaii.com, 12 Aug 2014 [cached]
Standing from left: President Sue Irvine, JoAnn Maruoka, Hawaii County president Marianna Scheffer, Treasurer Diana Cummings, Grace Furukawa, Mary Anne Raywid, Secretary and Kauai County president Carol Bain.
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JoAnn Maruoka
Ka Leo Hana - Fall 2005: President's Message
www.lwv-hawaii.com, 13 Nov 2012 [cached]
Special thanks to JoAnne Maruoka, Jackie Parnell, and Shannon Wood who did some heavy lifting for the forum.
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JoAnn Maruoka
LWV-Hawaii Legislative Testimony: SB 947
www.lwv-hawaii.com, 6 Feb 2007 [cached]
Testifier: JoAnn Maruoka, Legislative Committee member, LWV-Hawaii
In fact, JoAnn Maruoka, the ...
www.mauitime.com [cached]
In fact, JoAnn Maruoka, the Legislative Committee Member for the League of Women Voters of Hawaii, testified to the same committee and on the same day as the Attorney General's office on the bill, but took a radically different view. According to Maruoka, HB 2175 is a travesty.
"While we understand the need for and certainly encourage participation by citizens in such task forces and working groups, there is no sound reason for such an exemption," Maruoka said. "We are gravely concerned about the inherent risks of actual or at the least the perception of conflict of interest, including undue influence and use of public office for personal gain. In fact, from a citizen's perspective, this proposed exemption flies in the face of good sense and simply does not pass the smell test. It would not only set a bad tone, it could well start things down a slippery slope. In these times of badly-eroded public trust in government, it does not make sense to build in loopholes that are counter to openness and transparency."
And just to make sure the good legislators on the committee understood her point, Maruoka made it as pointed as possible.
"The purpose in having a Code of Ethics is to prevent corruption in government," Maruoka, testified.
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