28th Legislature, 2016
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House District 46
Hawaii State Capitol
Room 424
phone: 808-586-6700
fax: 808-586-6702
repmoshiro@Capitol.hawaii.gov
Member of the following committees:
46 - Wahiawa, Whitmore Village
Married to Lauzanne L.S. Fung Oshiro
EDUCATION
• Willamette University College of Law, JD 1988
• University of Hawaii at Manoa
• Leilehua High School, 1977
• Wahiawa Intermediate and Elementary School
PROFESSIONAL
• Marcus R. Oshiro, Attorney At Law
• Deputy prosecutor, Department of the Prosecuting Attorney
• Staff attorney, Legal Aid Society of Hawaii Consumer Unit
• Legislative aide
• Management analyst, City and County of Honolulu
LEGISLATIVE EXPERIENCE
• Vice Chair, Energy and Environmental Protection (1995, 1996)
• Assistant Majority Floor Leader (1995, 1996)
• Majority Floor Leader (1997, 1998)
• Vice Speaker (1999, 2000)
• Majority Leader (2001, 2002, 2005, 2006)
• Chair, Labor and Public Employment Committee (2003, 2004)
• Majority Whip (2003, 2004)
• Chair, Finance Committee (2007, present)
COUNCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENT (CSG)-WEST
• Chair (2011)
• Executive Committee (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010)
• Western Legislature Committee, Vice Chair (2005, 2006-chaired the forum in committee chair's absence)
• Western Legislature Committee, Chair (2007, 2008)
• Nominating Committee (2005, 2006, 2007)
• Attended CSG-WEST annual meetings (2003 in Honolulu, Hawaii; 2004 in Anchorage, Alaska; 2005 in Portland, Oregon; 2006 in Breckenridge, Colorado; 2007 in Jackson, Wyoming; 2008 in Anchorage, Alaska; and 2009 in Santa Fe, New Mexico)
CSG- WEST PROGRAMS/SERVICES
• Governing Board/Executive Committee (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)
• CSG Toll Fellow Class of 1998
BOARDS
• Hawaii Judicature Society (2010)
• Goodwill Industries of Hawaii, Inc. (2010)
COMMUNITY
• Hawaii State Bar Association
Gushikawa Shojin Kai
• Kumu Kahua Theater
• Protect Kahoolawe Ohana
• Wahiawa Lions Club
• Wahiawa Community and Business Association
• Whitmore Community Association
• Pig Hunters Association of Oahu
• Named Hawaii Business Magazine's one of "20 People to Watch Over the Next Two Decades"

Elected to the House: 1994 - Present
Member of the Democratic Party
Measures Introduced
 Title
HB275 RELATING TO CONDOMINIUMS.
HB276 RELATING TO COUNTY INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT.
HB278 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO THE DWELLING UNIT REVOLVING FUND.
HB280 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PUBLIC HOUSING AUTHORITY.
HB281 HD1 RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB293 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO LIQUOR LICENSES.
HB308 RELATING TO CHILD SAFETY.
HB323 HD1 RELATING TO THE STATE DISASTER REVOLVING LOAN FUND.
HB324 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES.
HB325 RELATING TO THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF HAWAII.
HB326 RELATING TO THE BANK OF THE STATE OF HAWAII.
HB327 HD1 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS.
HB328 RELATING TO THE LEGISLATIVE BROADCAST PROGRAM.
HB329 RELATING TO TAX CREDITS.
HB330 RELATING TO STATE FINANCES.
HB331 RELATING TO NICOTINE.
HB332 RELATING TO THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY.
HB333 RELATING TO THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY.
HB334 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FUNDS.
HB335 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII RELATING TO THE STATE EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT SPECIAL FUND.
HB336 RELATING TO THE STATE EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT SPECIAL FUND.
HB337 RELATING TO PUBLIC TRANSIT.
HB338 RELATING TO PRIMARY ELECTIONS.
HB339 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE II, SECTION 4, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO REPEAL THE PROHIBITION AGAINST REQUIRING A PERSON TO DECLARE A POLITICAL PARTY PREFERENCE OR NONPARTISANSHIP AS A CONDITION OF VOTING IN ANY PRIMARY OR SPECIAL PRIMARY ELECTION.
HB369 RELATING TO OPEN GOVERNMENT.
HB370 RELATING TO HAWAII PROPERTY INSURANCE ASSOCIATION.
HB371 RELATING TO FORECLOSURES.
HB375 HD1 RELATING TO PROPERTY.
HB380 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PROPERTY INSURANCE ASSOCIATION.
HB390 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS.
HB438 HD1 SD2 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE KAHO‘OLAWE ISLAND RESERVE COMMISSION.
HB442 RELATING TO FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT.
HB501 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB503 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO DROUGHT MITIGATION.
HB504 HD1 RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB505 HD1 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB506 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB588 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB640 RELATING TO FUEL TAX LAW.
HB645 RELATING TO THE MILITARY.
HB651 RELATING TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.
HB671 RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX COLLECTION DATE.
HB672 RELATING TO IN VITRO FERTILIZATION INSURANCE COVERAGE.
HB673 RELATING TO FERTILITY RIGHTS OF CANCER PATIENTS.
HB674 RELATING TO PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION INCENTIVES.
HB675 RELATING TO WATERSHED PROTECTION.
HB698 HD1 RELATING TO SCHOOL HEALTH.
HB703 RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB739 RELATING TO SERVICE BY PUBLICATION.
HB745 HD1 RELATING TO FIDUCIARY ACCESS TO DIGITAL ASSETS.
HB747 RELATING TO MARRIAGE.
HB748 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB787 RELATING TO MASSAGE.
HB788 RELATING TO MARIJUANA.
HB789 RELATING TO INCOME TAX CREDITS FOR VOTING IN ELECTIONS.
HB790 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.
HB791 RELATING TO THE RETIREMENT OF JUDGES.
HB792 HD2 RELATING TO EVIDENCE.
HB822 HD2 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE HAWAII ASSOCIATION OF CONSERVATION DISTRICTS.
HB823 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL THEFT.
HB824 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB849 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB870 HD1 RELATING TO FOOD.
HB871 HD1 SD2 RELATING TO BIOSECURITY.
HB877 HD1 RELATING TO VEHICULAR TAXES.
HB878 RELATING TO THE MILITARY.
HB879 RELATING TO VETERANS.
HB880 RELATING TO THE MILITIA.
HB881 HD1 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.
HB987 RELATING TO THE MILITARY.
HB1050 RELATING TO INTERISLAND MOVEMENT OF INVASIVE SPECIES.
HB1051 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB1052 RELATING TO THE HAWAII EMPLOYER-UNION HEALTH BENEFITS TRUST FUND.
HB1067 RELATING TO COMMUNITY MEETINGS.
HB1068 RELATING TO HIGH TECHNOLOGY.
HB1070 HD1 RELATING TO DEVELOPMENT.
HB1076 RELATING TO TUITION WAIVERS.
HB1077 RELATING TO TRUTH-IN-ADVERTISING.
HB1078 RELATING TO SOLID WASTE REDUCTION.
HB1080 RELATING TO URBAN WATER CONSERVATION.
HB1091 HD1 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1092 HD1 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1120 RELATING TO PROCUREMENT.
HB1121 RELATING TO TUITION INCENTIVES.
HB1135 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1137 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1156 HD1 RELATING TO MARINE NATIONAL MONUMENTS.
HB1157 RELATING TO COURTS.
HB1158 RELATING TO SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS CORPORATIONS.
HB1159 RELATING TO STANDARDIZED TESTING.
HB1160 RELATING TO RELIGIOUS RIGHTS.
HB1161 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
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.
HB1242 HD1 RELATING TO FIRE SPRINKLERS.
HB1244 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM.
HB1247 RELATING TO THE DEPOSIT BEVERAGE CONTAINER PROGRAM.
HB1248 RELATING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT.
HB1249 RELATING TO STUDENT SAFETY.
HB1253 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE.
HB1315 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1348 RELATING TO ALBIZIA TREES.
HB1413 RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION.
HB1415 RELATING TO SPECIAL MANAGEMENT AREAS.
HB1416 RELATING TO THE COUNTY SURCHARGE ON STATE TAX.
HB1430 RELATING TO MAKUA VALLEY.
HB1431 RELATING TO PUBLIC TRUST USES OF WATER.
HB1434 RELATING TO INCREASING THE AMOUNT OF INTERIM REVENUE TO BE TRANSFERRED TO THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS.
HB1452 HD1 RELATING TO ZONING.
HB1640 RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB1676 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.
HB1677 RELATING TO MARIJUANA.
HB1678 RELATING TO COUNTY FACILITIES.
HB1679 RELATING TO THE KARSTEN THOT BRIDGE.
HB1680 RELATING TO MARIJUANA.
HB1681 RELATING TO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS.
HB1682 RELATING TO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS.
HB1696 RELATING TO UNITED STATES SENATOR DANIEL K. INOUYE DAY.
HB1698 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1707 RELATING TO HEALTH INSURANCE.
HB1710 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1766 RELATING TO LIVESTOCK.
HB1773 RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB1776 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY.
HB1777 RELATING TO EVIDENCE.
HB1876 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1877 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES.
HB1878 RELATING TO AGING.
HB1879 RELATING TO CAREGIVING.
HB1881 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE SERVICES.
HB1882 RELATING TO COLLEGE SAVINGS PROGRAM TAX DEDUCTION.
HB1883 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII CENTER ON AGING.
HB1884 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE OFFICE OF THE LONG-TERM CARE OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM.
HB1885 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE.
HB1886 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEES.
HB1887 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE XIII, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO ESTABLISH A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FUND FOR THE REPRESENTATION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES IN COLLECTIVE BARGAINING NEGOTIATIONS.
HB1888 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL FUNDING.
HB1889 RELATING TO STATE ENTERPRISE ZONES.
HB1890 RELATING TO WAIPIO VALLEY.
HB1891 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1932 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS.
HB1955 RELATING TO VETERINARY TECHNICIANS.
HB1958 RELATING TO A GENERAL EXCISE TAX EXEMPTION FOR LOW INCOME RENTAL SUBSIDIES.
HB1962 HD1 RELATING TO THE DISPOSITION OF THE CONVEYANCE TAX COLLECTIONS TO THE RENTAL HOUSING REVOLVING FUND.
HB1994 RELATING TO THE MACADAMIA FELTED COCCID.
HB1995 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES.
HB2029 RELATING TO WATER INFRASTRUCTURE LOANS.
HB2031 RELATING TO WATER.
HB2044 RELATING TO THE LAND USE COMMISSION.
HB2045 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL LANDS.
HB2046 RELATING TO MILITARY LAND.
HB2048 HD1 RELATING TO THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY.
HB2162 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT ISSUED IDENTIFICATION.
HB2182 RELATING TO HELMETS.
HB2183 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FINANCE.
HB2184 RELATING TO FOOD SECURITY.
HB2187 RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB2189 RELATING TO LASER DEVICES.
HB2192 RELATING TO FRANCHISES.
HB2211 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB2222 RELATING TO MEDICAL MARIJUANA.
HB2233 RELATING TO HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS.
HB2244 HD1 RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB2266 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EARLY LEARNING.
HB2267 RELATING TO TECHNOLOGY IN SCHOOLS.
HB2269 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB2419 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS.
HB2429 RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB2449 PROPOSING A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT RELATING TO THE CONSERVATION, CONTROL AND DEVELOPMENT OF RESOURCES.
HB2450 RELATING TO HUNTING.
HB2455 RELATING TO MARIJUANA.
HB2479 RELATING TO THE HAWAII HEALTH CONNECTOR.
HB2486 RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
HB2505 RELATING TO CHILD ABUSE.
HB2506 RELATING TO LIQUOR LICENSES.
HB2512 RELATING TO CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATIONS.
HB2519 RELATING TO COLLEGE SAVINGS PROGRAM TAX DEDUCTION.
HB2543 RELATING TO BROADBAND.
HB2544 HD1 RELATING TO CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS.
HB2569 HD1 RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB2577 RELATING TO TELEHEALTH.
HB2580 RELATING TO SEPSIS.
HB2587 RELATING TO TUITION WAIVERS.
HB2724 RELATING TO PLANNED COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS.
HCR10 URGING VARIOUS GOVERNMENT ENTITIES WHO MANAGE AND OWN LAND AROUND EACH OF THE PLANNED RAIL TRANSIT STATIONS TO CONSIDER AND INCLUDE IN DEVELOPMENT DISCUSSIONS, TO THE GREATEST EXTENT POSSIBLE, AFFORDABLE HOUSING, CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES, ELDERLY SERVICES, AND OTHER BENEFICIAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE PEOPLE OF HAWAII.
HCR22 SUPPORTING GAME MAMMAL, GAME BIRD, AND FISHING RESOURCES IN ORDER TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABILITY AND FOOD SECURITY AND TO PRESERVE LONG STANDING LOCAL AND CULTURAL PRACTICES.
HCR29 URGING HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO PROPOSE AND PASS A PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION CLARIFYING THAT CORPORATIONS ARE NOT PEOPLE WITH CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, AND THAT UNLIMITED CAMPAIGN SPENDING IS NOT FREE SPEECH.
HR4 SUPPORTING GAME MAMMAL, GAME BIRD, AND FISHING RESOURCES IN ORDER TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABILITY AND FOOD SECURITY AND TO PRESERVE LONG STANDING LOCAL AND CULTURAL PRACTICES.