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Masons Update Ethics Forms

By Susan Britt
Alabama Political Reporter

MONTGOMERY—Jon and Rebekah Caldwell Mason have updated their Ethics filings to, what appears to be, a more accurate view of their household income, and their involvement in the business world.

Statements of Economic Interest (SEI) are filed by State employees annually, and made public. These ethics forms are designed to show all financial interests that any State employee, or spouse might have.

Jon Mason had updated his forms earlier this month, but failed to fully report all income received by he and his wife, Rebekah Caldwell Mason.

Rebekah Caldwell Mason updated her ethics forms for the first time since they were originally filed. However, the amended filings were registered under the name “Rebekah Ann Mason.”

Rebekah Caldwell Mason originally filed reports for 2012, and 2013, but recently updated her forms to include filings for 2011. She also updated her previous filings to include more information than originally revealed. Initially, her reports did not include JRM, or its clients as additional household income. Her 2014 filing has not yet been filed.

Jon Mason’s 2014 report has been updated to include his company, JRM.

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Sources say that Jon Mason may have issues with the Ethics Commission about accepting monies from the University of Alabama, while being employed by the State, should a complaint be filed.


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