1-7-9. Submission of nomination from Governor--Financial statement of nominee. Any nomination from the governor, which is required by statute to be confirmed by the Senate, shall be submitted in such a manner as to inform the Senate as to the statutory conditions and requirements of the nomination and the qualifications of the nominee, including residence, occupation or profession, political affiliation, service on any other board or commission, experience and whether the nominee is a registered lobbyist. The nominee shall file a financial interest statement with the Senate which shall include any source of income which contributes either more than ten percent of, or more than two thousand dollars to, the gross income of the nominee or any member of his immediate family, or an enterprise in which such nominee or any member of his immediate family control more than ten percent of the capital or stock.
Source: SL 1987, ch 26.