Squadron: My Form Is Already Public, Why Isn’t Yours?

ALBANY—Daniel Squadron is practicing what he’s preaching.
He will unveil a bill today alongside Majority Leader Malcolm Smith which will require, among other things, that the categories describing income and asset holdings on required ethics disclosure forms be made public un-redacted; currently, the public can see who a legislator worked for, but not how much they made. (And even then, only a category would be available).
Squadron gave me a copy of his undredacted 2007 form yesterday (picture above). It shows, among other things, that he earned between $105,000 and $270,000 in interest and dividends from Madoff Investment Securities. He held more than $250,000 in assets with Madoff.

Squadron: My Form Is Already Public, Why Isn’t Yours?