(b) Any report or attachment required by this Article must be filed under certification
of the treasurer as true and correct to the best of the knowledge of that officer.
(c) The organizational report shall be filed within 10 calendar days of the creation
of the legal expense fund. All quarterly reports shall be filed with the State Board no later than 10 business
days after the end of each calendar quarter.
(d) Treasurers shall electronically file each report required by this section that
shows a cumulative total for the quarter in excess of five thousand dollars ($5,000)
in legal expense donations or expenditures, according to rules adopted by the State
Board. The State Board shall provide the software necessary to the treasurer to file the
required electronic report at no cost to the legal expense fund.
(e) Any statement required to be filed under this Article shall be signed and certified
as true and correct by the treasurer and shall be certified as true and correct to
the best of the treasurer's knowledge. The elected officer creating the legal expense fund, or the other individual or
group of individuals creating the legal expense fund on the elected officer's behalf,
shall certify as true and correct to the best of their knowledge the organizational
report and appointment of the treasurer. A certification under this Article shall be treated as under oath, and any individual
making a certification under this Article knowing the information to be untrue is
guilty of a Class I felony.
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