Hawaii State Legislature
Measures by Introducer
Measures with McDermott as a Primary Introducer
   81 records returned.
Measure Text pdfMeasure StatusCurrent StatusIntroducer(s)Current ReferralCompanion
HB101
Harbor Berth Leases; Ala Wai Boat Harbor; Keehi Boat Harbor; BLNR
RELATING TO HARBORS.
Authorizes the Board of Land and Natural Resources to sell long-term leasehold interests for berths at the Keehi Boat Harbor and Ala Wai Boat Harbor.
(H) 1/22/2019- Referred to WLH, FIN, referral sheet 2 MCDERMOTT WLH, FIN  SB344
HB102
Legislative Term Limits; Constitutional Amendment (ConAm)
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 4, OF THE HAWAII STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH LEGISLATIVE TERM LIMITS.
Proposes a constitutional amendment to limit the terms of members of the legislature to a maximum of 6 consecutive full terms in the house of representatives or 3 consecutive full terms in the senate, for members elected in 2024 and thereafter.
(H) 1/22/2019- Referred to JUD, FIN, referral sheet 2 MCDERMOTT JUD, FIN
HB103
Charitable Organizations; Auctions; Raffles; AG
RELATING TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS.
Authorizes charitable organizations to conduct auctions and raffles subject to certain conditions. Requires advance notice to the Attorney General.
(H) 1/22/2019- Referred to JUD, FIN, referral sheet 2 MCDERMOTT JUD, FIN
HB104
Agricultural District; Golf Courses; Athletic Venues; Cultural Activities; Arts
RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL DISTRICTS.
Authorizes recreational athletic venues and cultural activities on existing golf courses within agricultural districts.
(H) 2/1/2019- The committee(s) on AGR recommend(s) that the measure be deferred. MCDERMOTT AGR, WLH, FIN
HB105
Minimum Wage; Minors
RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGE.
Increases the minimum wage to an unspecified amount. Authorizes employers to pay minors an amount not less than 85% of the minimum wage for the first 90 days of employment.
(H) 1/22/2019- Referred to LAB, FIN, referral sheet 2 MCDERMOTT LAB, FIN
HB106
Electroconvulsive Treatment; Prohibitions; Restrictions; Age
RELATING TO ELECTROCONVULSIVE TREATMENT.
Prohibits or restricts the use of electroconvulsive treatment on persons depending upon their age.
(H) 1/22/2019- Referred to HLT, CPC, referral sheet 2 MCDERMOTT HLT, CPC
HB107
Family Court; Child Custody; Parental Parity
RELATING TO CHILD CUSTODY.
Clarifies the factors under which the family court awards custody and visitation of a minor child to ensure parental parity.
(H) 1/22/2019- Referred to HSH, JUD, referral sheet 2 MCDERMOTT (Introduced by request of another party) HSH, JUD
HB132 HD2
Female Genital Mutilation; Penal Code
RELATING TO FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION.
Establishes the class B felony offense of prohibited acts related to female genital mutilation. Includes commission of prohibited acts related to female genital mutilation in the statutory definition of child abuse or neglect and as a prohibited act under the State's Child Protective Act. (HB132 HD2)
(S) 3/11/2019- The committee(s) on JDC deleted the measure from the public hearing scheduled on 03-12-19 9:00AM in conference room 016. CABANILLA ARAKAWA, HASHEM, MCDERMOTT, WARD CPH/JDC  SB1434
HB143 HD1
Coffee; Labeling; Ready-to-Drink Coffee Beverages
RELATING TO COFFEE LABELING.
Expands the coffee labeling requirements to include ready-to-drink coffee beverages. (HB143 HD1)
(H) 2/13/2019- Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on CPC with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Holt, McDermott, Mizuno, Nakamura, Ward excused (5). CREAGAN, HOLT, ICHIYAMA, LOWEN, MCDERMOTT, MIZUNO, NAKASHIMA, PERRUSO, TAKUMI, TARNAS, THIELEN, TODD, WARD, Belatti, DeCoite, Okimoto, San Buenaventura AGR, CPC  SB894
HB144 HD1 SD1
Coffee Labeling Economic Impact Study; Coffee Labeling Task Force; Appropriation ($)
RELATING TO COFFEE LABELING.
Directs and appropriates funds for UHERO to conduct an economic impact study regarding the impact of potential changes to coffee labeling laws on the local coffee industry. Establishes and appropriates funds for a coffee labeling task force. (SD1)
(S) 4/2/2019- The committee on WAM deferred the measure. CREAGAN, ICHIYAMA, LOWEN, MCDERMOTT, MIZUNO, NAKASHIMA, PERRUSO, SAN BUENAVENTURA, TAKUMI, TARNAS, THIELEN, TODD, WARD, Belatti, Okimoto AEN, CPH/WAM  SB888
HB145
Motor Vehicle Inspection; Safety Checks; Biennial Inspection
RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTIONS.
Requires a two-year motor vehicle inspection safety check for vehicles six years of age or newer. Doubles the inspection fee for the two-year motor vehicle inspection safety check.
(H) 1/22/2019- Referred to TRN, FIN, referral sheet 2 CREAGAN, BROWER, LOWEN, MATAYOSHI, MCDERMOTT, NAKASHIMA, SAN BUENAVENTURA, TARNAS, TODD TRN, FIN
HB146 HD1
Veterinary Medical Officer; Department of Health; Appropriations ($)
RELATING TO HEALTH.
Establishes and appropriates funds for one full-time equivalent (1.00 FTE) permanent veterinary medical officer position within the Department of Health. (HB146 HD1)
(S) 3/5/2019- Referred to CPH, WAM. CREAGAN, LOWEN, MCDERMOTT, MIZUNO, NAKASHIMA, OKIMOTO, ONISHI, PERRUSO, TARNAS, THIELEN, TODD, WARD, DeCoite, San Buenaventura CPH, WAM
HB324 HD1
Motor Vehicles; Certificates of Inspection; Registration; Licenses; Exemptions; Marine Terminal Equipment
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
Extends certain certificates of inspection, registration, and licensing exemptions to marine terminal equipment used near neighbor island harbors. (HB324 HD1)
(H) 2/13/2019- Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on CPC with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Holt, McDermott, Nakamura, Ward excused (4). AQUINO, BROWER, CULLEN, HASHEM, HASHIMOTO, MATAYOSHI, MCDERMOTT, WOODSON, YAMANE TRN, CPC
HB326 HD1
Commercial Driver's License; Knowledge Test; Waiver
RELATING TO COMMERCIAL DRIVER'S LICENSES.
Authorizes the Examiner of Drivers to waive the knowledge test for a commercial driver's license applicant who meets the requirements of title 49 Code of Federal Regulations section 383.77 or 383.123(b). (HB326 HD1)
(H) 2/13/2019- Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on CPC with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Holt, McDermott, Nakamura, Ward excused (4). AQUINO, BROWER, CULLEN, HASHEM, HASHIMOTO, MATAYOSHI, MCDERMOTT, WOODSON, YAMANE TRN, CPC
HB327 HD1 SD1
DOT; Zipper Lane; Contraflow; Access Fee
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
Directs the Department of Transportation to develop and implement a single occupant vehicle access fee to use a zipper lane. Requires that revenues generated from the single occupant vehicle access fee be deposited in the state highway fund. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD1)
(S) 3/21/2019- Report adopted; Passed Second Reading, as amended (SD 1) and referred to WAM. AQUINO, CABANILLA ARAKAWA, ELI, GATES, MCDERMOTT, YAMANE TRS, WAM
HB401 HD1 SD2 CD1
Vehicles; Energy Efficiency; Performance Contracts
RELATING TO CONTRACTING FOR PUBLIC FACILITIES.
Requires all public agencies to identify and evaluate vehicle fleet energy efficiency programs to be implemented using vehicle fleet performance contracts, whereby the agencies may contract for the provision of vehicles or associated capital investments in charging or fueling infrastructure and apply vehicle fleet operational and fuel cost savings toward the cost. Amends the definition of "energy performance contract" to include the provision of electric vehicle charging infrastructure for a portion of avoided vehicle maintenance or fuel costs pursuant to a vehicle fleet energy efficiency program. (HB401 CD1)
(S) 7/1/2019- Act 144, 06/26/2019 (Gov. Msg. No. 1246). HASHIMOTO, AQUINO, BROWER, ELI, GATES, HOLT, MATAYOSHI, MCDERMOTT, TARNAS, TODD EET/GVO, WAM  SB664
HB598
Penal Code; False Statements; County Inspector
RELATING TO OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.
Adds knowingly making a false statement to a county inspector a crime within the offense of unsworn falsification to authorities.
(H) 1/22/2019- Referred to JUD, FIN, referral sheet 4 HASHEM, BROWER, DECOITE, GATES, ICHIYAMA, LOWEN, MCDERMOTT, MORIKAWA, NAKASHIMA, OHNO, SAN BUENAVENTURA, TAKAYAMA, THIELEN, YAMASHITA, Matayoshi JUD, FIN  SB747
HB605
Qualified returning resident down payment program; real estate investment trusts; special fund ($)
RELATING TO DOWN PAYMENTS.
Establishes a qualified returning resident down payment program funded by revenues collected from real estate investment trusts.
(H) 1/24/2019- Referred to EDB, CPC, FIN, referral sheet 5 WARD, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, OKIMOTO, THIELEN EDB, CPC, FIN
HB606
Rent to Build Equity Requirement
RELATING TO RENT TO BUILD EQUITY.
Requires all housing projects that receive general excise tax exemptions or other State incentives pursuant to 201H HRS to share profits with rental tenants upon sale of the property.
(H) 1/24/2019- Referred to HSG, FIN, referral sheet 5 WARD, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, OKIMOTO HSG, FIN
HB607
Private Trade, Vocational, and Technical School Special Fund ($)
RELATING TO CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION.
Amends the Private Trade, Vocational, and Technical School Special Fund within the Department of Education to fund vocational, technical and career pathway classes for public school students and to cover student costs associated with career and technical education classes. Allows individuals to teach vocational, technical or career pathway classes without a bachelor's degree.
(H) 1/24/2019- Referred to LHE, LAB, FIN, referral sheet 5 WARD, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, OKIMOTO, THIELEN LHE, LAB, FIN
HB608
Works of Art Special Fund; Department of Education ($)
RELATING TO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FUNDING.
Dedicates one-half of one per cent of all state fund appropriations for capital improvements designated for the construction or renovation of state buildings to student art programs within the Department of Education.
(H) 1/24/2019- Referred to TIA, LHE, FIN, referral sheet 5 WARD, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, OKIMOTO, THIELEN TIA, LHE, FIN
HB609
John A. Burns School of Medicine; Physician Shortage; Residency; Appropriation; Matching Funds ($)
RELATING TO RESIDENCY PROGRAMS FOR HAWAII MEDICAL SCHOOL GRADUATES.
Appropriates moneys to the graduate medical education program for physician residency programs in Hawaii; provided that the funds are matched dollar-for-dollar by private sector medical hospitals and institutions.
(H) 1/24/2019- Referred to LHE, HLT, FIN, referral sheet 5 WARD, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, OKIMOTO, THIELEN LHE, HLT, FIN
HB610
General Excise Tax; Food, Medical Services, and Feminine Hygiene Products Tax Exemption
RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX EXEMPTIONS.
Exempts certain foods, medical services, and feminine hygiene products from the general excise tax.
(H) 1/24/2019- Referred to HSH/HLT, FIN, referral sheet 5 WARD, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, OKIMOTO, THIELEN HSH/HLT, FIN
HB634
Restorative Justice; Pilot Program; Judiciary; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Appropriation ($)
RELATING TO RESTORATIVE JUSTICE.
Requires the Judiciary to establish a 5-year pilot program for restorative justice. Requires the judiciary to inform various criminal attorneys of the existence of the pilot program. Appropriates funds.
(H) 2/1/2019- The committee(s) on PVM recommend(s) that the measure be deferred. WILDBERGER, AQUINO, ELI, GATES, HASHEM, HASHIMOTO, HOLT, ICHIYAMA, JOHANSON, KITAGAWA, KONG, C. LEE, MCDERMOTT, MIZUNO, MORIKAWA, NAKASHIMA, OHNO, PERRUSO, SAY, TAKAYAMA, TAKUMI, TARNAS, THIELEN, TODD, Yamashita PVM, JUD, FIN  SB737
HB702 HD1 SD2
Satellite Navigation Technology; Unfair and Deceptive Practices; Location Data
RELATING TO SATELLITE NAVIGATION TECHNOLOGY.
Prohibits the sale or offering for sale of location data collected using satellite navigation technology without the explicit consent of the individual who is the primary user of the satellite navigation technology-equipped device. (SD2)
(S) 7/9/2019- Vetoed on 07-09-19 - Returned from the Governor without approval (Gov. Msg. No. 1376). C. LEE, GATES, KITAGAWA, KONG, MCDERMOTT, MIZUNO, WILDBERGER, YAMANE, YAMASHITA CPH, JDC
HB721 HD1
University of Hawaii; Office of Strategic Partnerships and Development; Appropriation ($)
RELATING TO UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII DEVELOPMENTS.
Allows the University of Hawaii to enter into public service ventures and establishes an Office of Strategic Partnerships and Development (OSPD) to specifically oversee and manage public service ventures to benefit the University of Hawaii. Appropriates funds for OSPD staff. (HB721 HD1)
(S) 3/5/2019- Referred to HRE, WAM. WOODSON, CACHOLA, GATES, HASHEM, MCDERMOTT, MCKELVEY, OHNO, WILDBERGER, YAMASHITA, D. Kobayashi HRE, WAM
HB722 HD1
Palliative Care; Culturally Competent Palliative Care Pilot Program; Department of Health; Appropriation ($)
RELATING TO PALLIATIVE CARE.
Establishes the culturally competent palliative care pilot program to promote palliative care, gather health care utilization data, and conduct bidding for at least two pilot programs for home or community based palliative care, one of which must be located in a county with less than two hundred thousand residents. Establishes an advisory group to oversee implementation of the pilot program. (HB722 HD1)
(H) 2/14/2019- Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on FIN with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Aquino, Nakamura excused (2). WOODSON, HASHEM, MCDERMOTT, WILDBERGER, YAMASHITA, McKelvey, San Buenaventura HLT, FIN  SB804
HB734
Opioid; Mail-Back Envelope; Drug Disposal
RELATING TO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES.
Requires a health care professional or pharmacist who dispenses any opioid drug to include with the drug instructions for disposing of any unused portion, along with a pre-addressed envelope or package that can be used to mail any unused portion to a medication disposal program in the State at no cost to the person to whom the drug was dispensed.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to HLT, CPC, referral sheet 6 MATSUMOTO, HASHEM, HASHIMOTO, ICHIYAMA, JOHANSON, KONG, C. LEE, MCDERMOTT, MIZUNO, OHNO, SAY, THIELEN, WARD, WOODSON, Belatti, Brower, Cabanilla Arakawa, Eli, D. Kobayashi, San Buenaventura, Tokioka, Yamashita HLT, CPC
HB737
Med-QUEST; Autism Waiver; Home and Community-Based Services
RELATING TO AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER.
Requires Med-QUEST to seek a state plan waiver to establish a home and community-based services program for individuals with an autism spectrum disorder.
(H) 2/1/2019- Re-referred to HSH/HLT, FIN, referral sheet 10 MATSUMOTO, BROWER, HASHEM, ICHIYAMA, KONG, MCDERMOTT, MIZUNO, NISHIMOTO, OHNO, ONISHI, PERRUSO, SAN BUENAVENTURA, SAY, THIELEN, WARD, WOODSON, YAMASHITA, Cabanilla Arakawa, Cachola, Eli, Hashimoto HSH/HLT, FIN
HB740
Real estate investment trusts
RELATING TO REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS.
Requires real estate investment trusts to submit returns based on dividends distributed based on income generated in Hawaii and repeals the dividend paid deduction for real estate investment trusts.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to EDB, JUD/CPC, FIN, referral sheet 6 MCDERMOTT EDB, JUD/CPC, FIN
HB741
Veterans; Disability; Driver's License; Identification Cards
RELATING TO VETERANS.
Establishes the designation of "one hundred per cent disabled veteran" on drivers' licenses, instruction permits, and civil identification cards.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to PVM/TRN, FIN, referral sheet 6 MCDERMOTT PVM/TRN, FIN
HB742
Repealing estate and transfer taxes
RELATING TO THE REPEAL OF ESTATE AND TRANSFER TAXES.
Repeals estate and transfer taxes that act as a form of double taxation on individual tax payers.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to FIN, referral sheet 6 MCDERMOTT FIN
HB743
Education; Public Schools; Controversial Issues
RELATING TO CONTROVERSIAL PUBLIC SCHOOL CURRICULUM.
Requires public schools to provide parents or legal guardians advance written notice of instruction, provision of materials, or activities that address controversial issues.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to LHE, JUD, referral sheet 6 MCDERMOTT LHE, JUD
HB744
CIP; 40th Representative District; GO Bonds; Appropriation ($)
RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FORTIETH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT.
Authorizes issuance of general obligation bonds and appropriates funds for capital improvement projects for the benefit of the 40th Representative District.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to FIN, referral sheet 6 MCDERMOTT FIN
HB756 HD1 SD1 CD1
Department of Transportation; Statewide Traffic Code; Traffic Control Devices; Uniform Standards and Specifications; Speed Limits
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
Requires the DOT, after consultation with the counties, to adopt rules prescribing uniform standards and specifications for all official traffic control devices placed pursuant to the Statewide Traffic Code. Specifies the factors the DOT and the counties must take into account when setting maximum speed limits on a road. (HB756 CD1)
(S) 7/9/2019- Act 207, 07/02/2019 (Gov. Msg. No. 1309). AQUINO, BROWER, CULLEN, HASHEM, HASHIMOTO, MATAYOSHI, MCDERMOTT, WOODSON, YAMANE TRS, JDC
HB757 HD1 SD1 CD1
Vision Zero; Roads and Highways; Appropriation
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
Requires DOT and county transportation departments to adopt Vision Zero policies to prevent and eliminate traffic fatalities. Requires the State Highway Safety Council, in consultation with the counties, to review traffic policies and recommendations to prevent traffic fatalities, develop an action plan, and report to the Legislature. (HB757 CD1)
(S) 6/28/2019- Act 134, 06/25/2019 (Gov. Msg. No. 1236). AQUINO, BROWER, CULLEN, HASHEM, HASHIMOTO, MATAYOSHI, MCDERMOTT, WOODSON TRS/PSM, WAM  SB1390
HB834 HD1
Enforcement; Temporary Sheriff Patrol Program; Governor's Coordinator on Homelessness; Private Security ($)
RELATING TO PUBLIC REAL PROPERTY.
Requires the Department of Public Safety to establish a temporary sheriff patrol program and the Governor's Coordinator on Homelessness to establish a program contracting private security for the enforcement of laws and rules prohibiting trespassing, camping, or being present after closing hours on certain state real property. (HB834 HD1)
(H) 2/8/2019- Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on JUD with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Cabanilla Arakawa, Nakamura, Thielen excused (3). OHNO, BROWER, GATES, ICHIYAMA, MATAYOSHI, MCDERMOTT, NAKASHIMA, NISHIMOTO, TAKAYAMA, TODD, WARD PVM, JUD, FIN
HB840
DHS; Supplemental Nutrition and Assistance Program; Electronic Benefits Transfer Cards; Photo Identification Requirements
RELATING TO THE SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.
Requires the Department of Human Services to include the name of the beneficiary of supplemental nutrition and assistance program (SNAP) benefits on each electronic benefits transfer card. Requires a photo identification to be presented when an electronic benefits transfer card is used.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to HSH, CPC, FIN, referral sheet 6 WARD, BROWER, CACHOLA, ELI, HAR, HASHEM, HOLT, KITAGAWA, KONG, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, MIZUNO, NISHIMOTO, OHNO, OKIMOTO, ONISHI, QUINLAN, SAY, TARNAS, TOKIOKA, Ichiyama, B. Kobayashi, McKelvey, Morikawa, Nakashima, Yamashita HSH, CPC, FIN
HB890
DOT; Highways; Contraflow Lane; Afternoon Zipper Lane
RELATING TO THE PM ZIPPER LANE.
Requires the Department of Transportation to conduct a study that reevaluates the costs and feasibility of constructing a zipper lane along the H-1 freeway in the westbound direction for use during the afternoon hours.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to TRN, FIN, referral sheet 6 OKIMOTO, BROWER, ELI, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, Har, D. Kobayashi, Matayoshi, Woodson TRN, FIN
HB917 HD1
DOE; Property; Title; Transfer; Appropriation ($)
RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOL LANDS.
Requires the City and County of Honolulu to transfer to the Department of Education fee simple title to the property on which the Department's Student Transportation Service Office - Young Street is located. Appropriates funds. (HB917 HD1)
(S) 3/5/2019- Referred to PSM/EDU, WAM. WOODSON, BROWER, ELI, HASHEM, ICHIYAMA, JOHANSON, D. KOBAYASHI, MCDERMOTT, MCKELVEY, MIZUNO, MORIKAWA, NISHIMOTO, TARNAS, THIELEN, TODD, San Buenaventura PSM/EDU, WAM
HB918 HD1
Public School Lands; Ninety-nine-year Leases
RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOL LANDS.
Extends the lease term for public-school lands from 55 to 99 years. (HB918 HD1)
(H) 2/6/2019- Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on JUD with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Nakamura, Thielen excused (2). WOODSON, BROWER, ELI, HASHEM, ICHIYAMA, JOHANSON, D. KOBAYASHI, MCDERMOTT, MCKELVEY, MIZUNO, MORIKAWA, NISHIMOTO, TARNAS, THIELEN, TODD WLH/LHE, JUD, FIN
HB1109 HD1
Certified Public Accountants; State Board of Public Accountancy
RELATING TO PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY.
Establishes procedures and eligibility criteria for a privilege to practice public accountancy in this State for public accountants and certified public accountants licensed in another state with comparable education, examination, and experience requirements. Subjects all holders of a privilege to practice to the regulatory and enforcement jurisdiction of the Board of Accountancy. (HB1109 HD1)
(S) 3/7/2019- Re-Referred to CPH, WAM. D. KOBAYASHI, BELATTI, CABANILLA ARAKAWA, ELI, MATAYOSHI, MCDERMOTT, MORIKAWA, OKIMOTO, TARNAS, WARD, WILDBERGER CPH, WAM  SB208
HB1110
DLNR; Manoa Valley; Flood Mitigation; Task Force
RELATING TO FLOOD MITIGATION.
Establishes a task force within the Department of Land and Natural Resources to research and make recommendations on how to mitigate flooding in Manoa Valley. Requires a report to the Legislature and the Honolulu City Council.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to WLH, FIN, referral sheet 6 D. KOBAYASHI, ELI, HASHIMOTO, MCDERMOTT, MORIKAWA, OKIMOTO, TARNAS, WILDBERGER, Belatti, Cabanilla Arakawa, Matayoshi WLH, FIN
HB1112
UH; College of Engineering; Traffic Study; Dole Street; University Avenue; Appropriation ($)
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
Requires the College of Engineering of the University of Hawaii to conduct a traffic study to identify ways to alleviate traffic congestion at the intersection of University Avenue and Dole Street in Honolulu. Appropriates funds for the study.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to WLH/LHE, FIN, referral sheet 6 D. KOBAYASHI, ELI, HASHIMOTO, MCDERMOTT, MORIKAWA, WILDBERGER, Cabanilla Arakawa, Matayoshi WLH/LHE, FIN
HB1145
Grant in Aid; Department of Human Services; Department of Health
RELATING TO GRANT IN AID.
Requires the Department of Human Services and the Department of Health to disperse grant-in-aid funds to recipient organizations within ninety days of the effective date of the legislation awarding the grant. Allows the Department of Human Services and the Department of Health to disperse the total amount awarded to recipient organizations before contract execution.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to HSH/HLT, FIN, referral sheet 6 MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, QUINLAN, SAY, WILDBERGER, Brower, Eli, Kitagawa, McKelvey, Perruso, San Buenaventura, Tarnas, Thielen HSH/HLT, FIN
HB1146 HD1 SD1
Procurement; Past Performance; Appropriation; Working Group; Database ($)
RELATING TO PROCUREMENT.
Requires procurement officers to complete past performance evaluations of contractors. Requires past performance to be considered in all sole source procurement and any competitive contracts that exceeds the small purchase threshold. Establishes an initial procurement working group that will evaluate and make recommendations to the legislature about the effectiveness of existing procurement methods. Requires the development and implementation of a statewide past performance database. Appropriates funds. Effective 1/1/2050. (SD1)
(H) 4/25/2019- Conference Committee Meeting will reconvene on Friday 04-26-19 1:00PM in conference room 325. MATSUMOTO, BROWER, HASHEM, KITAGAWA, MCDERMOTT, MCKELVEY, PERRUSO, QUINLAN, SAY, TARNAS, THIELEN, WILDBERGER, Eli, San Buenaventura GVO, WAM
HB1147 HD1
Board of Barbering and Cosmetology; Intimate Partner Violence; Training; Licensing
RELATING TO INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE.
Requires barber, beauty operator, and instructor licensees under the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology to complete a one-time, one-hour training program on intimate partner violence awareness and education, which may be administered electronically. (HB1147 HD1)
(H) 2/8/2019- Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on CPC with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Cabanilla Arakawa, Nakamura, Thielen excused (3). MATSUMOTO, BROWER, HASHEM, MCDERMOTT, QUINLAN, SAN BUENAVENTURA, SAY, TARNAS, THIELEN, TODD, WILDBERGER, Cachola, Kitagawa, Matayoshi, McKelvey, Okimoto, Perruso IAC, CPC, JUD  SB1045
HB1148
Health Care Coverage; Contract Changes
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE COVERAGE.
Prohibits health insurers and like entities from making changes to policies or contracts prior to their renewal.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to CPC, FIN, referral sheet 6 MATSUMOTO, BROWER, CACHOLA, HASHEM, JOHANSON, MCDERMOTT, MCKELVEY, ONISHI, PERRUSO, QUINLAN, SAY, TARNAS, THIELEN, TODD, WILDBERGER, Eli CPC, FIN
HB1149
On-site Early Childhood Facilities; Income Tax Credit; Appropriation ($)
RELATING TO ON-SITE CHILDHOOD FACILITIES.
Establishes an income tax credit for employers who create on-site early childhood facilities. Establishes and appropriates funds for one on-site Early Childhood Facility Coordinator position.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to FIN, referral sheet 6 MATSUMOTO, BROWER, ELI, HASHEM, KITAGAWA, MCDERMOTT, MCKELVEY, PERRUSO, QUINLAN, SAY, THIELEN, WILDBERGER, San Buenaventura FIN
HB1156 HD1
Broadband Service Infrastructure Grant Program; Unserved and Underserved Areas; Appropriation ($)
RELATING TO BROADBAND SERVICE INFRASTRUCTURE.
Establishes the broadband service infrastructure grant program to award grants to applicants to extend deployment of facilities used to provide broadband service to unserved and underserved areas of the State. Makes an appropriation. (HB1156 HD1)
(H) 2/8/2019- Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on CPC with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Cabanilla Arakawa, Nakamura, Thielen excused (3). OHNO, BELATTI, BROWER, CACHOLA, CREAGAN, GATES, HASHIMOTO, ICHIYAMA, C. LEE, LOWEN, MATAYOSHI, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, MORIKAWA, NAKASHIMA, ONISHI, QUINLAN, SAN BUENAVENTURA, TAKAYAMA, TAKUMI, THIELEN, TODD, WOODSON, YAMASHITA, Okimoto EDB/IAC, CPC, FIN  SB553
HB1158
Sidewalks; Counties; Grants-in-aid; Appropriation
RELATING TO COUNTY SIDEWALKS.
Requires that any county-owned street along which are six or more homes include one or more sidewalks. Provides grants-in-aid to the counties for the purpose of building sidewalks along existing county-owned streets.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to TRN, FIN, referral sheet 6 OHNO, CACHOLA, CREAGAN, GATES, ICHIYAMA, C. LEE, MATAYOSHI, MCDERMOTT, MORIKAWA, QUINLAN, TAKAYAMA, TODD, WOODSON, Belatti, Brower, Lowen, Matsumoto, Nakashima, San Buenaventura TRN, FIN
HB1159
Retail Wheeling; Public Utilities
RELATING TO RETAIL WHEELING.
Requires the public utilities commission to establish policies and procedures related to retail wheeling to enable independent power producers to sell electricity directly to end users.
(H) 2/1/2019- Re-referred to EEP, CPC, FIN, referral sheet 10 MCDERMOTT EEP, CPC, FIN
HB1160
Shooting Ranges; Protections
RELATING TO SHOOTING RANGE PROTECTION.
Provides protections to shooting range operators and individuals engaged in target shooting from burdensome regulations related to noise pollution and similar noise control ordinances.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to WLH, JUD, referral sheet 6 MCDERMOTT WLH, JUD
HB1161
Child Pornography; Online Safety; Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force; Attorney General; Appropriation ($)
RELATING TO INTERNET CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN.
Appropriates funds for the establishment of four full-time equivalent (4.0 FTE) permanent level 5 investigators and three full-time equivalent (3.0 FTE) permanent investigative analyst positions within the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force in the Department of the Attorney General.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to JUD, FIN, referral sheet 6 MCDERMOTT JUD, FIN
HB1181
Department of Land and Natural Resources; Maunalua Bay Resource Management Study ($)
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
Requires the Department of Land and Natural Resources to conduct a ten-year study of Maunalua Bay.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to WLH, FIN, referral sheet 6 WARD, CABANILLA ARAKAWA, CREAGAN, KONG, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, QUINLAN, Kitagawa, Matayoshi, Perruso WLH, FIN
HB1182
Vaccinations; Immunization; Exemptions; Licensed Naturopathic Physicians
RELATING TO VACCINATIONS AND CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS.
Authorizes conscientious beliefs as a basis for exemption from vaccination and immunization requirements. Authorizes licensed naturopathic physicians to certify exemption from immunization requirements. Requires that the first option for quarantine of an individual be quarantined inside that individual's residence.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to HLT, JUD, referral sheet 6 WARD, CABANILLA ARAKAWA, CREAGAN, KONG, MCDERMOTT HLT, JUD
HB1184
Born Alive Infant; Abortion; Penalties.
RELATING TO BORN ALIVE INFANTS.
Ensures the protection and promotion of the health and well being of all infants born alive the State. Mandates medically appropriate and reasonable life-saving and life-sustaining medical care and treatment to all born alive infants. Provides civil and criminal penalties.
(H) 2/7/2019- The committees on HLT recommend that the measure be HELD. The votes were as follows: 6 Ayes: Representative(s) Mizuno, B. Kobayashi, Belatti, San Buenaventura, Say, Tokioka; Ayes with reservations: none; 1 Noes: Representative(s) Ward; and 1 Excused: Representative(s) Nakamura. WARD, CABANILLA ARAKAWA, KONG, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT HLT, JUD, FIN
HB1185
Artificial Intelligence Task Force
RELATING TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TASK FORCE.
Creates a legislative task force to investigate the application and the accompanying advantages and disadvantages of applying artificial intelligence to Hawaii's economy and government operations.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to EDB/LAB, FIN, referral sheet 6 WARD, CABANILLA ARAKAWA, CREAGAN, KONG, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, PERRUSO, QUINLAN, Kitagawa EDB/LAB, FIN
HB1274 HD1 SD1
Collective Bargaining; Graduate Student Assistants; UH ($)
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
Establishes a collective bargaining unit for graduate student assistants employed by the University of Hawaii. Effective 1/1/2051. (SD1)
(H) 4/22/2019- Received notice of Senate conferees (Sen. Com. No. 948). WOODSON, BROWER, ELI, HASHEM, ICHIYAMA, JOHANSON, D. KOBAYASHI, LOWEN, MCDERMOTT, MCKELVEY, MIZUNO, MORIKAWA, NISHIMOTO, TARNAS, THIELEN, TODD, San Buenaventura EDU, WAM
HB1277 HD1
University of Hawaii Promise Program; Scholarships; Appropriation; Four-year University of Hawaii Campus ($)
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PROMISE PROGRAM.
Provides scholarships for the unmet direct cost needs of qualified students at any four-year University of Hawaii campus who meet certain eligibility criteria. Makes an appropriation for the Hawaii Promise Program. (HB1277 HD1)
(S) 3/21/2019- Report adopted; Passed Second Reading and referred to WAM. WOODSON, AQUINO, BELATTI, BROWER, CACHOLA, CREAGAN, ELI, GATES, HAR, HASHEM, HASHIMOTO, HOLT, ICHIYAMA, JOHANSON, KITAGAWA, B. KOBAYASHI, D. KOBAYASHI, KONG, C. LEE, LOWEN, MATAYOSHI, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, MCKELVEY, MIZUNO, MORIKAWA, NISHIMOTO, OHNO, ONISHI, PERRUSO, QUINLAN, SAIKI, SAN BUENAVENTURA, SAY, TAKAYAMA, TAKUMI, TARNAS, THIELEN, TODD, TOKIOKA, WARD, WILDBERGER, YAMANE, YAMASHITA, Cabanilla Arakawa, DeCoite, Nakashima, Okimoto HRE, WAM
HB1340
Deaf and Blind Task Force; Motion Picture Theaters; Accommodations; Open Movie Captioning
RELATING TO MOVIE THEATERS.
Makes permanent the requirement for certain motion picture theater owners and operators to provide open movie captioning for at least two showings per week, one of which occurs on a Saturday or Sunday. Repeals the requirement to provide an option of personal closed captioning screenings by means of lightweight eyewear.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to LAB, JUD, FIN, referral sheet 6 SAY, HASHIMOTO, KONG, MCDERMOTT, TODD, Eli LAB, JUD, FIN  SB331
HB1371
University of Hawaii; University Promise Program; Scholarships; Appropriations ($)
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII UNIVERSITY PROMISE PROGRAM.
Establishes the University of Hawaii University Promise Program to provide scholarships for the unmet direct cost needs of qualified students enrolled at any 4-year degree campus of the University of Hawaii system. Appropriates funds to establish and implement the program.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to LHE, FIN, referral sheet 6 HOLT, GATES, HASHIMOTO, MCDERMOTT, TODD LHE, FIN
HB1389
Hawaiian Homes Commission Act; Leases; modernization
RELATING TO LEASES.
Requires leases used in the conveyance of available lands as defined by section 203 of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, as amended, to conform to the requirements for securitization by federally insured lending programs.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to WLH, JUD, FIN, referral sheet 6 WARD, CABANILLA ARAKAWA, KONG, MCDERMOTT, SAIKI, SAY, Tokioka WLH, JUD, FIN
HB1391
Department of Hawaiian homelands; task force ($)
RELATING TO DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOMELANDS.
Establishes a task force to examine the current operation and practices of the Department of Hawaiian Homelands, particularly as it relates to use and distribution of its land assets, and to further provide suggestions and innovative solutions to end the waitlist issue and assist with initiatives designed to increase self-funding through better leveraging of assets.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to WLH/HSG, FIN, referral sheet 6 WARD, CABANILLA ARAKAWA, KONG, MCDERMOTT, ONISHI, SAIKI, SAY, DeCoite, Tokioka WLH/HSG, FIN
HB1399
Education; Career and Technology Center Program
RELATING TO VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION.
Requires the DOE to establish a career and technology center program, to include career and technology centers for high school students on Oahu, Hawaii, Maui, and Kauai, and auxiliary centers on Lanai and Molokai. Requires the DOE to report to the 2019 legislature on the development and implementation of the program.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to LHE, LAB, FIN, referral sheet 6 MCDERMOTT LHE, LAB, FIN
HB1400
DOE; Auditor; Audit
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
Requires the Auditor to conduct a management, financial, and program audit of the Department of Education.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to LHE, FIN, referral sheet 6 MCDERMOTT LHE, FIN
HB1529
Hawaii Student Free Expression Act; Student Journalists; DOE
RELATING TO STUDENT JOURNALISTS.
Allows student journalists at public schools to exercise freedom of speech and freedom of the press in school-sponsored media.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to LHE, JUD, FIN, referral sheet 6 OHNO, BELATTI, BROWER, CACHOLA, CREAGAN, DECOITE, GATES, HASHEM, HASHIMOTO, ICHIYAMA, C. LEE, LOWEN, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, MIZUNO, MORIKAWA, NAKASHIMA, OKIMOTO, QUINLAN, TAKAYAMA, THIELEN, TODD, WARD, WILDBERGER, WOODSON, YAMASHITA, San Buenaventura LHE, JUD, FIN
HB1551 HD1
Minimum-Security Housing Program; Short-Term Adult Offenders; Appropriation ($)
RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY.
Establishes a minimum-security housing program in a county with a population of more than 750,000 for short-term adult offenders. Provides capacity for a furlough program. Appropriates funds. (HB1551 HD1)
(S) 3/12/2019- The committee on PSM deferred the measure. TAKAYAMA, BELATTI, CREAGAN, DECOITE, ELI, GATES, HASHEM, HASHIMOTO, ICHIYAMA, KITAGAWA, D. KOBAYASHI, KONG, C. LEE, LOWEN, MATAYOSHI, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, MIZUNO, MORIKAWA, NISHIMOTO, OHNO, PERRUSO, QUINLAN, SAN BUENAVENTURA, SAY, TAKUMI, TARNAS, TODD, WILDBERGER, YAMANE PSM, WAM  SB1541
HB1552 HD2 SD2 CD1
Hawaii Correctional System Oversight Commission; Oversight Coordinator; Reentry Commission; Corrections Population Management Commission; Criminal Pretrial Reform; Criminal Pretrial Practices and Procedures; Criminal Pretrial Task Force ($)
RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY.
Part I: Establishes the Hawaii Correctional System Oversight Commission. Creates a position for an Oversight Coordinator for the Commission. Extends the sunset date of the Reentry Commission to 1/1/2020. Repeals the Reentry Commission and Corrections Population Management Commission on 1/1/2020 and transfers all rights, powers, functions, and duties of those commissions to the Hawaii Correctional System Oversight Commission. Parts II through IX: Implements certain recommendations of the Criminal Pretrial Task Force convened pursuant to House Concurrent Resolution No. 134, House Draft 1, Regular Session of 2017. (HB1552 CD1)
(S) 7/5/2019- Act 179, 07/02/2019 (Gov. Msg. No. 1281). TAKAYAMA, BELATTI, CREAGAN, DECOITE, ELI, GATES, HASHEM, HASHIMOTO, ICHIYAMA, KITAGAWA, D. KOBAYASHI, KONG, C. LEE, LOWEN, MATAYOSHI, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, MIZUNO, MORIKAWA, NISHIMOTO, OHNO, PERRUSO, QUINLAN, SAN BUENAVENTURA, SAY, TAKUMI, TARNAS, TODD, WILDBERGER, YAMANE PSM/GVO, WAM  SB1424
HB1592
General Excise Tax; Food, Medical Services, and Feminine Hygiene Product Tax Exemption
RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX EXEMPTIONS.
Exempts certain foods, medical services, and feminine hygiene products from the general excise tax.
(H) 1/28/2019- Referred to FIN, referral sheet 6 MATSUMOTO, CREAGAN, DECOITE, HASHEM, KITAGAWA, C. LEE, MCDERMOTT, MCKELVEY, MIZUNO, OHNO, QUINLAN, SAY, THIELEN, TOKIOKA, WILDBERGER, YAMANE, D. Kobayashi, San Buenaventura FIN
HB1593 HD1 SD1
Information Technology; State Agencies; Financial Database; Development; Appropriation ($)
RELATING TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.
Requires the department of education, in consultation with the office of enterprise technology services, to develop and procure a uniform financial database, with parameters, benefits, and features that are compatible to the software system being implemented by the office of enterprise technology services for use by all state agencies. Appropriates moneys. Takes effect on 7/1/2112. (SD1)
(H) 4/18/2019- Received notice of Senate conferees (Sen. Com. No. 919). MATSUMOTO, CREAGAN, DECOITE, HASHEM, KITAGAWA, KONG, C. LEE, MCDERMOTT, MCKELVEY, MIZUNO, OHNO, QUINLAN, SAY, THIELEN, WILDBERGER, YAMANE, San Buenaventura, Yamashita TEC/GVO, WAM
HCR13
Outsourcing; Hawaiian Airlines
URGING HAWAIIAN AIRLINES TO CEASE OUTSOURCING CALL CENTER OPERATIONS TO THE PHILIPPINES AND TO RETURN THESE OPERATIONS TO HAWAII.
(H) 3/25/2019- Report adopted; referred to the committee(s) on FIN with Representative(s) Cachola voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Cabanilla Arakawa, Creagan, Eli, Holt, Nakamura, Quinlan excused (6). MCDERMOTT LAB, FIN  HR11
HCR14
North Road management; Task force.
REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A TASK FORCE ON NORTH ROAD MANAGEMENT.
(H) 2/11/2019- Referred to TRN, FIN, referral sheet 20 MCDERMOTT TRN, FIN
HCR174
Application for Convention of the States under Article V of the Constitution of the United States
URGING THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES TO CALL A CONVENTION FOR PROPOSING AMENDMENTS PURSUANT TO ARTICLE V OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION LIMITED TO PROPOSING AMENDMENTS THAT IMPOSE FISCAL RESTRAINTS ON THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, LIMIT THE POWER AND JURISDICTION OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, AND LIMIT THE TERMS OF OFFICE FOR ITS OFFICIALS AND FOR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS.
(H) 3/14/2019- Referred to LMG, JUD, FIN, referral sheet 33 KONG, CACHOLA, MATSUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, MIZUNO, SAY, TOKIOKA, WARD, YAMANE, Cabanilla Arakawa, Okimoto LMG, JUD, FIN
HCR211
Post-Traumatic Stress; Resolution; Awareness; Designated Day
DECLARING JUNE 27 OF EACH YEAR AS POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS INJURY AWARENESS DAY AND DESIGNATING THE MONTH OF JUNE OF EACH YEAR AS POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS INJURY AWARENESS MONTH IN HAWAII.
(H) 3/27/2019- Report adopted; referred to the committee(s) on FIN with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Creagan, DeCoite, Holt, McKelvey excused (4). MIZUNO, BROWER, DECOITE, GATES, B. KOBAYASHI, D. KOBAYASHI, KONG, MCDERMOTT, MCKELVEY, NAKAMURA, NISHIMOTO, OHNO, SAN BUENAVENTURA, SAY, TAKAYAMA, TAKUMI, WARD, Cachola, Creagan, Nakashima HLT, FIN  HR190
HR11
Outsourcing; Hawaiian Airlines
URGING HAWAIIAN AIRLINES TO CEASE OUTSOURCING CALL CENTER OPERATIONS TO THE PHILIPPINES AND TO RETURN THESE OPERATIONS TO HAWAII.
(H) 3/25/2019- Report adopted; referred to the committee(s) on FIN with Representative(s) Cachola voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Cabanilla Arakawa, Creagan, Eli, Holt, Nakamura, Quinlan excused (6). MCDERMOTT LAB, FIN  HCR13
HR12
Urging strong support of service improvements to TheBus and authorization of an exterior fixed-route bus advertising plan.
URGING STRONG SUPPORT OF SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS TO THEBUS AND THE AUTHORIZATION OF AN EXTERIOR FIXED-ROUTE BUS ADVERTISING PLAN.
(H) 3/7/2019- Referred to TRN, FIN, referral sheet 27 MCDERMOTT TRN, FIN
HR13
Requesting the Department of Transportation to consider implementing a northbound contraflow lane on Fort Weaver Road during weekday morning rush hours
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO CONSIDER IMPLEMENTING A NORTHBOUND CONTRAFLOW LANE ON FORT WEAVER ROAD DURING EACH WEEKDAY MORNING RUSH HOUR.
(H) 3/7/2019- Referred to TRN, FIN, referral sheet 27 MCDERMOTT TRN, FIN
HR22
Iroquois Point Ferry Task Force; City and County of Honolulu; Boat; Kapilina Marina; Aloha Tower Marketplace; Department of Transportation, Harbors Division
REQUESTING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO ESTABLISH AN IROQUOIS POINT FERRY TASK FORCE TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING A REGULAR FERRY SERVICE BETWEEN KAPILINA MARINA AND ALOHA TOWER.
(H) 3/7/2019- Referred to TRN, FIN, referral sheet 27 MCDERMOTT TRN, FIN
HR80
Recognition; Celebrate; Vietnam; War; Conflict; Veterans
RECOGNIZING AND CELEBRATING VIETNAM ERA PATRIOTS STAFF SERGEANT LEONARD "LENNY" HO; LIEUTENANT COLONEL DANIEL L. O'LEARY III; LIEUTENANT COLONEL JOHNIE E. WEBB, JR.; LIEUTENANT COLONEL VINCENT VERNAY; ADMIRAL RICHARD MACKE; AND GENERAL DAVID BRAMLETT FOR THEIR EXTRAORDINARY SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY AND CONTINUING SERVICE TO OUR STATE.
(H) 3/8/2019- Resolution adopted in final form. MCDERMOTT
HR190
Post-Traumatic Stress; Resolution; Awareness; Designated Day
DECLARING JUNE 27 OF EACH YEAR AS POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS INJURY AWARENESS DAY AND DESIGNATING THE MONTH OF JUNE OF EACH YEAR AS POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS INJURY AWARENESS MONTH IN HAWAII.
(H) 3/27/2019- Report adopted; referred to the committee(s) on FIN with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Creagan, DeCoite, Holt, McKelvey excused (4). MIZUNO, BROWER, CACHOLA, CREAGAN, DECOITE, GATES, B. KOBAYASHI, D. KOBAYASHI, MCDERMOTT, NAKAMURA, NISHIMOTO, OHNO, SAN BUENAVENTURA, SAY, TAKAYAMA, TAKUMI, WARD HLT, FIN  HCR211