What would make executive accountability policies most effective?

States typically enact laws and procedures to hold governors and cabinet-level officials accountable for their actions. For example, to prevent potential conflicts of interest, executive branch officials may be banned from accepting gifts, required to disclose their financial interests, or forced to limit their affiliations with nonprofit organizations.

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