The Hawaii State Ethics Commission plans to welcome its newest member Wednesday.
Reynaldo Graulty will be replacing Ed Broglio, whose term ended June 30.
Reynaldo Graulty is the newest member of the Hawaii State Ethics Commission.
Hawaii State Ethics Commission
The House honored him with a resolution in 2009 for his years of service to Hawaii, which include the rare distinction of working in all three branches of government.
The Ethics Commission’s website says Graulty also was also an adjunct professor of ethics at Chaminade University.
Graulty’s term runs through June 30, 2019.
The commission is set to take up the issues of questionable gifts to state employees as well as free trips to teachers who chaperone student educational tours at its meeting Wednesday morning.
The commission also plans to pick a new chair and vice chair. Broglio was the former chair.
Read the full agenda here.
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