This actually doesn't go far enough, IMO. It operates with the assumption that they'd release these forms mostly out of the goodness of their heart. Do you think Trump- or any corrupt politician- cares about a $50,000 fine, against the backdrop of the millions they stand to make by hiding conflicts of interest? It's a drop in the bucket here. It seems like it would be more effective to require that- no more than 90 days ahead of the primary- all presidential candidates must release their own copy OR sign a "release of information" form with the IRS that allows them to release it on the candidate's behalf should he or she win/ be listed on the final ballot. Anyone who does not comply is automatically disqualified. That way, the American people can be relatively sure that we are going into the voting booth armed with everything we need to know. Of course, this is only truly effective if HR-1 or similar legislation is also passed.