382-2 Proclamation of emergency; preparations for government operations. (a) Whenever the governor finds that the public health, safety, or welfare has been impaired or imperiled and a state emergency created as a result of the interruption in the furnishing of services by the stevedoring industry, whether the interruption has been caused by an industrial dispute or otherwise, the governor may issue a proclamation declaring the existence of the emergency and the governor's intention to exercise the governor's powers under section 382-3.

(b) Before or after the issuance of the proclamation the governor may make such preparations as the governor deems necessary or proper to carry out section 382-3. [L 1951, c 209, 3; RL 1955, 92-3; HRS 382-2; gen ch 1985]


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