By Amy Cherry/Allan Loudell 3:13pm, December 5, 2013 - Updated 5:06pm, December 5, 2013
(Graphic courtesy of "Consider the Source.")Delaware gets a big fat "F" when it comes to financial reporting requirements for state Supreme Court justices.
But the state's not alone. Reity O'Brien with the Center for Public Integrity's "Consider the Source," tells WDEL about the need for this unprecedented kind of report.
"The more the public knows about judges at the top of these state level judiciaries, the more these judges will be held accountable and the more members of the public will be able to better trust the system," says O'Brien.
Delaware ranked 38th in the nation. The report finds the states with the best disclosure requirements--California and Maryland -- only got a grade of a "C."
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