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House District 51
Hawaii State Capitol
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phone: 808-586-9450
fax: 808-586-9456
repclee@capitol.hawaii.gov
State Representative (2009-Present)
Measures Introduced
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HB2 RELATING TO ELECTRICITY GENERATION.
HB5 RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB264 HD2 SD1 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB265 HD1 RELATING TO ENERGY STORAGE.
HB293 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO LIQUOR LICENSES.
HB308 RELATING TO CHILD SAFETY.
HB321 HD1 SD2 CD1 RELATING TO MEDICAL MARIJUANA.
HB369 RELATING TO OPEN GOVERNMENT.
HB392 RELATING TO ELECTRIC VEHICLES.
HB393 HD2 SD2 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN FISHPONDS.
HB436 HD1 SD2 CD1 RELATING TO EMERGENCY VEHICLES.
HB437 HD1 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE NATURAL RESOURCE GOALS OF THE ALOHA+ CHALLENGE.
HB438 HD1 SD2 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE KAHO‘OLAWE ISLAND RESERVE COMMISSION.
HB440 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB444 HD3 SD2 CD1 RELATING TO BEACH PROTECTION.
HB481 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB482 HD2 SD1 CD1 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB483 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO OCEAN RESOURCES.
HB484 HD2 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB485 HD1 RELATING TO SMALL BOAT HARBORS.
HB486 RELATING TO SMALL BOAT HARBORS.
HB487 RELATING TO A STATE-FUNDED COLLEGE GRANT PROGRAM.
HB488 RELATING TO A LOAN FORGIVENESS PROGRAM.
HB489 RELATING TO VOTER REGISTRATION.
HB536 HD2 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS.
HB538 HD2 SD2 CD1 RELATING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.
HB558 RELATING TO OVERTIME.
HB560 RELATING TO UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD PRE-REGISTRATION FORMS.
HB566 RELATING TO THE CHIEF ELECTION OFFICER.
HB568 RELATING TO AERIAL ADVERTISING DEVICES.
HB573 SD1 CD1 RELATING TO HAWAII GOOD AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES.
HB579 RELATING TO DENTAL HEALTH.
HB580 HD2 RELATING TO THE LICENSURE OF DURABLE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT SUPPLIERS.
HB585 RELATING TO THE REGULATION OF ELECTRONIC SMOKING DEVICES.
HB588 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB592 RELATING TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.
HB593 RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS.
HB615 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENT.
HB616 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB617 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB618 HD1 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB619 HD3 RELATING TO THE MERGER, ACQUISITION, AND CONSOLIDATION OF ELECTRIC UTILITIES.
HB620 HD2 SD1 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB621 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB622 RELATING TO FUEL CELL ELECTRIC VEHICLES.
HB623 HD2 SD2 CD1 RELATING TO RENEWABLE STANDARDS.
HB625 RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB626 RELATING TO THE POSSESSION OF FIREARMS WHILE CONSUMING OR UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF AN INTOXICANT.
HB627 HD1 RELATING TO A FARM TO SCHOOL PROGRAM.
HB628 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FINANCE.
HB629 RELATING TO THE PAPAHANAUMOKUAKEA MARINE NATIONAL MONUMENT.
HB630 HD1 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FINANCE.
HB631 HD2 SD1 CD1 RELATING TO CERTIFICATES OF BIRTH.
HB661 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING.
HB681 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS.
HB687 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB689 RELATING TO ZERO-BASED BUDGETING.
HB690 RELATING TO STUDENT LOANS.
HB691 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB692 RELATING TO CROWDFUNDING.
HB693 RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB694 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION.
HB715 HD1 SD2 RELATING TO LOW-SPEED ELECTRIC BICYCLES.
HB722 HD2 RELATING TO LIPOA POINT.
HB729 RELATING TO THE COLORECTAL CANCER SCREENING AND AWARENESS PILOT PROGRAM.
HB739 RELATING TO SERVICE BY PUBLICATION.
HB740 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION.
HB749 RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB750 RELATING TO CONSERVATION AND RESOURCES.
HB754 RELATING TO DISPOSABLE FOOD CONTAINERS.
HB757 RELATING TO ENERGY STORAGE.
HB777 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB778 RELATING TO THE REFUNDABLE FOOD/EXCISE TAX CREDIT.
HB779 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES.
HB780 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
HB793 RELATING TO ANIMAL CRUELTY.
HB810 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB812 RELATING TO LIGHTING.
HB819 HD2 SD2 RELATING TO BULLYING.
HB830 HD1 SD1 CD1 RELATING TO RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY.
HB837 HD2 RELATING TO THE CONSERVATION OF ANIMALS.
HB869 RELATING TO SPINNER DOLPHINS.
HB883 RELATING TO AQUARIUM FISH.
HB884 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FINANCE.
HB885 RELATING TO WILDLIFE.
HB886 HD1 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB887 HD1 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB996 RELATING TO GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES.
HB1029 RELATING TO THE ENDANGERED SPECIES RECOVERY COMMITTEE.
HB1054 HD1 RELATING TO VIDEOCONFERENCING.
HB1055 RELATED TO ELECTIONS.
HB1060 RELATING TO JURORS.
HB1061 RELATING TO THE INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLD RENTERS.
HB1086 SD1 RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB1087 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB1088 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB1089 HD2 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
HB1090 HD2 SD2 CD1 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS.
HB1101 RELATING TO INVASIVE SPECIES.
HB1103 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A MARINE REGULATION AND POLICY SPECIALIST.
HB1104 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB1107 HD1 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1108 HD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1109 HD1 RELATING TO A BEHAVIOR SUPPORT REVIEW COMMITTEE FOR PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL OR INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES.
HB1113 RELATING TO WILDLIFE EMERGENCY RESPONSE.
HB1119 RELATING TO FILIPINO VETERANS.
HB1129 RELATING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.
HB1131 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FINANCE.
HB1132 RELATING TO THE MINIMUM WAGE.
HB1138 RELATING TO ALBIZIA TREES.
HB1140 HD1 SD2 CD1 RELATING TO CESSPOOLS.
HB1141 HD2 SD1 RELATING TO CESSPOOLS.
HB1155 RELATING TO ALBIZIA TREES.
HB1156 HD1 RELATING TO MARINE NATIONAL MONUMENTS.
HB1184 RELATING TO CHAPTER 245, HAWAII REVISED STATUTES.
HB1194 HD1 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL COMMERCE.
HB1206 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB1228 RELATING TO TEACHER LEADERS.
HB1229 RELATING TO TEACHERS.
HB1230 HD1 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
HB1233 RELATING TO FOOD.
HB1234 RELATING TO OFFENSES AGAINST THE PERSON.
HB1235 RELATING TO THE KAHO‘OLAWE ISLAND RESERVE.
HB1236 HD1 SD2 RELATING TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES.
HB1237 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1238 HD1 RELATING TO LATEX.
HB1260 RELATING TO PUBLIC ACCESS.
HB1264 RELATING TO GREEN BUILDING CERTIFICATION.
HB1285 RELATING TO CRIMINAL FORFEITURE.
HB1286 HD2 SD2 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB1287 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION NETWORK COMPANIES.
HB1288 RELATING TO TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS.
HB1289 RELATING TO NON-FOSSIL FUELS.
HB1296 HD2 SD2 CD1 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB1298 RELATING TO DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB1304 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE HAWAII STATE CONSTITUTION TO AMEND THE QUALIFYING AGE OF VOTERS FOR ANY STATE OR LOCAL ELECTION.
HB1305 RELATING TO SOCIAL MEDIA.
HB1306 RELATING TO VOTING.
HB1307 RELATING TO FAIR TAXATION.
HB1308 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN SPENDING.
HB1339 HD1 RELATING TO SHARK AND MANTA RAY PROTECTION.
HB1340 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN SPENDING.
HB1368 SD1 RELATING TO THE KING KAMEHAMEHA CELEBRATION COMMISSION.
HB1375 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A WAR MEMORIAL.
HB1376 RELATING TO AERONAUTICS.
HB1382 RELATING TO FOSTER CARE.
HB1392 RELATING TO KALO PRODUCTION.
HB1394 HD2 SD2 CD1 RELATING TO WATER RECLAMATION.
HB1399 RELATING TO HONOLULU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
HB1407 RELATING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.
HB1437 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1438 RELATING TO BEVERAGES.
HB1457 RELATING TO NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB1468 HD2 RELATING TO THE INTERISLAND HIGH-VOLTAGE ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION CABLE SYSTEM.
HB1478 HD1 SD2 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS HUMPBACK WHALE NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY.
HB1481 RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB1501 HD1 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES.
HB1502 RELATING TO CLIMATE CHANGE.
HB1503 RELATING TO THE COMMUTER BENEFITS PROGRAM.
HB1504 HD2 SD1 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB1505 HD2 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB1506 RELATING TO FARMS.
HB1507 HD1 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB1508 RELATING TO ENERGY RESOURCES.
HB1509 HD3 SD2 CD1 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB1510 RELATING TO TRAFFIC SAFETY.
HB1511 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.
HB1512 HD2 RELATING TO PERFORMANCE-BASED REGULATION.
HB1513 HD1 SD2 CD1 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB1514 HD1 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB1515 HD1 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS TO ASSIST PELATRON Q, LLC.
HCR3 STRONGLY OPPOSING THE UNITED STATES ARMY'S PROPOSED FORCE REDUCTION OF SCHOFIELD BARRACKS AND FORT SHAFTER BASES.
HCR9 REQUESTING THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION TO CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE APPROVAL OF THE SALE OF HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES, INC.
HCR15 REQUESTING A FEASIBILITY OF IMPLEMENTING A WILDLIFE COMPACT.
HCR31 REQUESTING HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO PROPOSE AMENDMENTS TO THE AIRLINE DEREGULATION ACT TO EXEMPT HAWAII FROM THE UNITED STATES' PREEMPTION OF STATE ECONOMIC REGULATION OF INTERSTATE AIR TRANSPORTATION.
HCR34 HD1 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF A TERM, NON-EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT COVERING A PORTION OF STATE SUBMERGED LANDS AT WAIMANALO, KOOLAUPOKO, OAHU, FOR THE USE, MAINTENANCE, AND REPAIR OF THE EXISTING SEAWALL AND STEPS.
HCR41 URGING APPROPRIATE STATE AND COUNTY AGENCIES TO COLLABORATE TO ISSUE MULTI-DESIGNATION SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES TO PERSONS WHO QUALIFY FOR MORE THAN ONE SPECIAL LICENSE PLATE.
HCR53 HD1 REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO CONVENE A CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION TO PROPOSE A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO OVERTURN THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT'S DECISION IN CITIZENS UNITED V. FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION.
HCR71 URGING CONGRESS AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES TO SUPPORT THE PASSAGE OF LEGISLATION TO EXPEDITE FAMILY REUNIFICATION FOR CERTAIN FILIPINO VETERANS OF WORLD WAR II.
HCR74 HD1 REQUESTING THE AHA MOKU ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO ENGAGE STAKEHOLDERS IN ORDER TO DEVELOP AND ADOPT RULES FOR ITS OPERATION AND ADMINISTRATION.
HCR80 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO PROPOSE AND ADOPT RULES REQUIRING COMPREHENSIVE MARINE DEALER REPORTS TO ALLOW FOR TRACKING, COMPARISON, AND VERIFICATION OF MONTHLY CATCH REPORT DATA TO DETERMINE OVERALL REPORTING ACCURACY AND EFFECTIVE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OF THE AQUARIUM FISH INDUSTRY.
HCR90 HD1 URGING THE GOVERNOR, BOARD OF EDUCATION, THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, AND THE HAWAII STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION TO ESTABLISH A MINIMUM MEDIAN SALARY, ADJUSTED FOR THE COST OF LIVING, THAT IS NOT THE LOWEST IN THE NATION AMONG METROPOLITAN AREAS, IN THE NEXT COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT.
HCR91 URGING THE HAWAII STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION AND THE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO IMPLEMENT COMPENSATION FOR ANCILLARY ACTIVITIES FOR TEACHERS IN THE NEXT COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT.
HCR92 HD1 URGING THE GOVERNOR, THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, THE HAWAII STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION AND THE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO IMPLEMENT COMPENSATION FOR ANCILLARY ACTIVITIES AND OVERTIME FOR TEACHERS IN THE NEXT COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT.
HCR93 URGING THE STATE AND COUNTY TO REQUIRE THAT THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS, FACILITIES, AND SITES MEET OR EXCEED THE LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN SILVER OR TWO GREEN GLOBES RATING SYSTEM.
HCR94 URGING ALL STATE AGENCIES TO RETROFIT STREET LIGHTS AND OTHER OUTDOOR LAMP LIGHTING FIXTURES WITH ENERGY EFFICIENT LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE BULBS, WHERE APPROPRIATE.
HCR97 HD1 REQUESTING THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ASSURE THAT ANY SUBSTANTIAL LAND DISCHARGE OF WASTEWATER, OCCURRING BY INJECTION WELL OR OTHER MEANS, IS IN ALL CASES, ADEQUATELY REVIEWED AND PERMITTED.
HCR104 HD2 SD1 REQUESTING AN AUDIT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES.
HCR105 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY GENERAL TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO INVESTIGATE AND COORDINATE THE PROVISION OF MEDICAL, EDUCATIONAL, HOUSING, AND SOCIAL SERVICES TO MIGRANTS FROM FREELY ASSOCIATED STATES.
HCR107 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO CONSIDER AN ALTERNATE METHODOLOGY FOR ESTABLISHING THE BASIC PROSPECTIVE PAYMENT SYSTEM RATES FOR INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES, TO REBASE THE RATES AT LEAST EVERY TWO FISCAL YEARS, AND TO INCREASE BED RESERVATION DAYS TO TWENTY-FOUR DAYS PER CALENDAR YEAR FOR HOSPITALIZATION AND OTHER ABSENCES OF RESIDENTS FROM INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES.
HCR108 SD1 REQUESTING THE CONVENING OF A CLIMATE CHANGE AND HEALTH WORKING GROUP TO ASSESS THE SCOPE AND RISKS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE HEALTH OF HAWAII'S RESIDENTS AND TO DEVELOP A STRATEGIC PLAN TO ADDRESS CLIMATE CHANGE RISKS TO HEALTH STATEWIDE.
HCR109 ENCOURAGING FOOD SERVICE FACILITIES IN THE STATE THAT OFFER A CHILDREN'S MENU OF MEAL OPTIONS, OR A MEAL THAT IS REPRESENTED AS A CHILDREN'S MEAL, TO SERVE CHILDREN'S MEALS WITH HIGHER NUTRITIONAL QUALITY AND INCLUDE ONLY BOTTLED WATER OR LOW-FAT MILK AS THE DEFAULT BEVERAGE IN THE MEAL OR MENU OPTION.
HCR111 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO EXAMINE THE NECESSITY FOR CHINESE TRANSLATIONS ON SIGNAGE AT THE HONOLULU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
HCR112 ENCOURAGING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO EXPAND THE NUMBER OF REFUSE CONVENIENCE CENTERS AND TRANSFER STATIONS ACCEPTING BULKY ITEMS.
HCR114 ENCOURAGING THE STATE'S ELECTRIC UTILITIES TO IMPLEMENT A PROGRAM FOR DONATIONS OF EXCESS ENERGY FROM PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS.
HCR118 REQUESTING THE HAWAII SISTER-STATE COMMITTEE TO EVALUATE AND DEVELOP RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE INITIATION OF A SISTER-STATE RELATIONSHIP WITH THE STATE OF GOA IN THE COUNTRY OF INDIA AND FORWARD ITS RECOMMENDATION TO THE LEGISLATURE, PURSUANT TO SECTION 229-3, HAWAII REVISED STATUTES, FOR FURTHER ACTION.
HCR119 SD1 REQUESTING A REPORT OF RECOMMENDATIONS TO STOP THE DECLINE AND REPLENISH THE SUPPLY OF LIMU AND REEF FISH IN CERTAIN AREAS OF THE EWA COAST OF OAHU.
HCR125 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO CONDUCT A STUDY REGARDING THE FEASIBILITY AND COST OF CONSTRUCTING A SMALL COMMERCIAL BOAT HARBOR AND SMALL COMMERCIAL AIRPORT IN SOUTH PUNA.
HCR126 REQUESTING THE DIRECTOR OF HEALTH TO EXTEND THE TASK FORCE STUDYING THE EFFECTS OF THE JANUARY 2014 FUEL TANK LEAK AT THE RED HILL UNDERGROUND FUEL STORAGE FACILITY.
HCR140 REQUESTING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A LONG-TERM, RISK-BASED STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION PLAN TO MITIGATE THE POTENTIAL HARM FROM COASTAL HAZARDS IN URBAN HONOLULU.
HCR143 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO PROMPTLY EXAMINE ALL ALLEGED VIOLATIONS IN THE SOLID WASTE RECYCLING INDUSTRY AND TO EQUITABLY ENFORCE PERTINENT LAWS AND RULES.
HCR170 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO EXAMINE THE STATUS AND PROGRESS OF THE HONOLULU RAIL TRANSIT PROJECT.
HCR171 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO PERFORM AN AUDIT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION'S EFFORTS AND EFFICIENCY IN SUPPORTING STUDENTS WITH DYSLEXIA.
HCR179 URGING CONGRESS TO COVER THE COSTS OF TRANSPORTING THE REMAINS OF FILIPINO-AMERICAN VETERANS OF WORLD WAR II TO THE PHILIPPINES AND FOR FUNERAL AND BURIAL SERVICES IN THE PHILIPPINES.
HCR180 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO ESTABLISH AN UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD AWARENESS CAMPAIGN.
HCR191 COMMENDING THE JAPANESE WOMEN'S SOCIETY FOUNDATION FOR CREATING THE "ADOPT-A-MOM" PROGRAM AND ENCOURAGING ALL FAMILIES AND AGENCIES WORKING WITH THE ELDERLY OF HAWAII TO PLACE "ADOPT-A-MOM" DAY ON THEIR CALENDARS, AS THE THIRD SUNDAY OF MAY, IN OBSERVANCE OF THE ELDERLY WOMEN OF HAWAII WHO DESERVE TO BE CHERISHED AND APPRECIATED FOR THE INVALUABLE ROLE THEY PLAY AS THE MOTHERS OF OUR KEIKI O KA AINA.
HCR192 REQUESTING THE CREATION OF A TASK FORCE TO ADDRESS THE PHYSICIAN SHORTAGE IN HAWAII.
HCR215 REQUESTING THE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT TO EQUALIZE TRANSIT BENEFITS AND SUBSIDIES FOR ALL STATE EMPLOYEES REGARDLESS OF MODE OF TRANSPORTATION.
HCR219 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO ESTABLISH PESTICIDE BUFFER ZONES AROUND SENSITIVE AREAS AND TO ESTABLISH DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTITIES THAT USE LARGE QUANTITIES OF RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDES.
HCR220 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO DEVELOP RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TRANSITIONING TO SUSTAINABLE FOOD SERVICE PRODUCTS AND EXPAND COMPOSTING PROGRAMS AT APPROPRIATE SCHOOLS.
HCR221 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO EXPLORE RISK TRANSFER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE EVENT OF A SEVERE DISASTER.
HCR222 HD1 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO CONSIDER THE FEASIBILITY OF DIVESTING PUBLIC INVESTMENTS FROM FOSSIL FUELS.
HCR223 REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF ELECTIONS TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO CONSIDER THE FEASIBILITY OF LOWERING THE VOTING AGE TO SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE AND TO DEVELOP A PILOT PROGRAM.
HCR224 SD1 NAMING THE NEW WAIMANALO ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL BUILDING IN HONOR OF AL LEWIS.
HCR225 RECOGNIZING AND REAFFIRMING SUPPORT OF THE NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS MARINE REFUGE.
HCR226 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO EVALUATE THE IMPACTS THAT THE NEXTERA ENERGY MERGER MAY HAVE ON HAWAII WORKERS IN THE ENERGY INDUSTRIES.
HCR227 HD2 REQUESTING THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC INTEREST IN REVIEWING THE PROPOSED ACQUISITION OF HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES BY NEXTERA ENERGY, INC.
HR13 REQUESTING HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO PROPOSE AMENDMENTS TO THE AIRLINE DEREGULATION ACT TO EXEMPT HAWAII FROM THE UNITED STATES' PREEMPTION OF STATE ECONOMIC REGULATION OF INTERSTATE AIR TRANSPORTATION.
HR37 URGING CONGRESS AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES TO SUPPORT THE PASSAGE OF LEGISLATION TO EXPEDITE FAMILY REUNIFICATION FOR CERTAIN FILIPINO VETERANS OF WORLD WAR II.
HR39 HD1 REQUESTING THE AHA MOKU ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO ENGAGE STAKEHOLDERS IN ORDER TO DEVELOP AND ADOPT RULES FOR ITS OPERATION AND ADMINISTRATION.
HR49 HD1 URGING THE GOVERNOR, BOARD OF EDUCATION, THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, AND THE HAWAII STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION TO ESTABLISH A MINIMUM MEDIAN SALARY, ADJUSTED FOR THE COST OF LIVING, THAT IS NOT THE LOWEST IN THE NATION AMONG METROPOLITAN AREAS, IN THE NEXT COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT.
HR50 URGING ALL STATE AGENCIES TO RETROFIT STREET LIGHTS AND OTHER OUTDOOR LAMP LIGHTING FIXTURES WITH ENERGY EFFICIENT LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE BULBS, WHERE APPROPRIATE.
HR58 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY GENERAL TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO INVESTIGATE AND COORDINATE THE PROVISION OF MEDICAL, EDUCATIONAL, HOUSING, AND SOCIAL SERVICES TO MIGRANTS FROM FREELY ASSOCIATED STATES.
HR60 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO CONSIDER AN ALTERNATE METHODOLOGY FOR ESTABLISHING THE BASIC PROSPECTIVE PAYMENT SYSTEM RATES FOR INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES, TO REBASE THE RATES AT LEAST EVERY TWO FISCAL YEARS, AND TO INCREASE BED RESERVATION DAYS TO TWENTY-FOUR DAYS PER CALENDAR YEAR FOR HOSPITALIZATION AND OTHER ABSENCES OF RESIDENTS FROM INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES.
HR61 REQUESTING THE CONVENING OF A CLIMATE CHANGE AND HEALTH WORKING GROUP TO ASSESS THE SCOPE AND RISKS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE HEALTH OF HAWAII'S RESIDENTS AND TO DEVELOP A STRATEGIC PLAN TO ADDRESS CLIMATE CHANGE RISKS TO HEALTH STATEWIDE.
HR62 ENCOURAGING FOOD SERVICE FACILITIES IN THE STATE THAT OFFER A CHILDREN'S MENU OF MEAL OPTIONS, OR A MEAL THAT IS REPRESENTED AS A CHILDREN'S MEAL, TO SERVE CHILDREN'S MEALS WITH HIGHER NUTRITIONAL QUALITY AND INCLUDE ONLY BOTTLED WATER OR LOW-FAT MILK AS THE DEFAULT BEVERAGE IN THE MEAL OR MENU OPTION.
HR64 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO EXAMINE THE NECESSITY FOR CHINESE TRANSLATIONS ON SIGNAGE AT THE HONOLULU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
HR65 ENCOURAGING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO EXPAND THE NUMBER OF REFUSE CONVENIENCE CENTERS AND TRANSFER STATIONS ACCEPTING BULKY ITEMS.
HR67 ENCOURAGING THE STATE'S ELECTRIC UTILITIES TO IMPLEMENT A PROGRAM FOR DONATIONS OF EXCESS ENERGY FROM PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS.
HR71 REQUESTING A STUDY OF LIMU AND REEF FISH DECLINE IN CERTAIN AREAS OF THE EWA COAST OF OAHU.
HR77 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO CONDUCT A STUDY REGARDING THE FEASIBILITY AND COST OF CONSTRUCTING A SMALL COMMERCIAL BOAT HARBOR AND SMALL COMMERCIAL AIRPORT IN SOUTH PUNA.
HR78 REQUESTING THE DIRECTOR OF HEALTH TO EXTEND THE TASK FORCE STUDYING THE EFFECTS OF THE JANUARY 2014 FUEL TANK LEAK AT THE RED HILL UNDERGROUND FUEL STORAGE FACILITY.
HR86 REQUESTING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SEA GRANT COLLEGE PROGRAM TO CREATE A NORTH SHORE BEACH MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR THE AREA OF THE NORTH SHORE OF OAHU THAT STRETCHES FROM THE KAWAILOA TO WAIALEE AHUPUAA.
HR106 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO EXAMINE THE STATUS AND PROGRESS OF THE HONOLULU RAIL TRANSIT PROJECT.
HR107 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO PERFORM AN AUDIT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION'S EFFORTS AND EFFICIENCY IN SUPPORTING STUDENTS WITH DYSLEXIA.
HR113 URGING THE GOVERNOR TO REESTABLISH AN INTRA-ISLAND FERRY TO REDUCE TRAFFIC GRIDLOCK BETWEEN THE EWA REGION ALONG THE LEEWARD COAST OF OAHU AND DOWNTOWN HONOLULU BY 2016.
HR115 URGING CONGRESS TO COVER THE COSTS OF TRANSPORTING THE REMAINS OF FILIPINO-AMERICAN VETERANS OF WORLD WAR II TO THE PHILIPPINES AND FOR FUNERAL AND BURIAL SERVICES IN THE PHILIPPINES.
HR116 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO ESTABLISH AN UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD AWARENESS CAMPAIGN.
HR126 COMMENDING THE JAPANESE WOMEN'S SOCIETY FOUNDATION FOR CREATING THE "ADOPT-A-MOM" PROGRAM AND ENCOURAGING ALL FAMILIES AND AGENCIES WORKING WITH THE ELDERLY OF HAWAII TO PLACE "ADOPT-A-MOM" DAY ON THEIR CALENDARS, AS THE THIRD SUNDAY OF MAY, IN OBSERVANCE OF THE ELDERLY WOMEN OF HAWAII WHO DESERVE TO BE CHERISHED AND APPRECIATED FOR THE INVALUABLE ROLE THEY PLAY AS THE MOTHERS OF OUR KEIKI O KA AINA.
HR127 REQUESTING THE CREATION OF A TASK FORCE TO ADDRESS THE PHYSICIAN SHORTAGE IN HAWAII.
HR150 REQUESTING THE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT TO EQUALIZE TRANSIT BENEFITS AND SUBSIDIES FOR ALL STATE EMPLOYEES REGARDLESS OF MODE OF TRANSPORTATION.
HR154 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO EXPLORE RISK TRANSFER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE EVENT OF A SEVERE DISASTER.
HR155 HD1 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO CONSIDER THE FEASIBILITY OF DIVESTING PUBLIC INVESTMENTS FROM FOSSIL FUELS.
HR156 REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF ELECTIONS TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO CONSIDER THE FEASIBILITY OF LOWERING THE VOTING AGE TO SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE AND TO DEVELOP A PILOT PROGRAM.
HR157 NAMING THE NEW WAIMANALO ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL BUILDING IN HONOR OF AL LEWIS.
HR158 HD2 REQUESTING THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC INTEREST IN REVIEWING THE PROPOSED ACQUISITION OF HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES BY NEXTERA ENERGY, INC.
HR169 RECOGNIZING THE HAWAII ROTARY DISTRICT 5000 ON THE OCCASION OF THEIR 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF SERVICE TO THE STATE OF HAWAII.
HR176 CONGRATULATING KAHUKU HIGH SCHOOL WE THE PEOPLE: THE CITIZEN AND THE CONSTITUTION TEAM FOR THEIR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AND ACHIEVEMENT IN WINNING THE 2015 STATE COMPETITION.