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House District 46
Portion of Waipio Acres, Launani Valley, Wahiawa, Whitmore Village, Waialua, Mokuleia
Room: 444
Phone: 808-586-6700
Fax: 808-586-6702
[email protected]
Representative Amy Perruso is a longtime resident of District 46's beautiful Launani Valley and Wahiawā communities. A teacher at heart, her endeavor to educate our children has taken her around the world, from California to Shanghai to Finland and, finally, to the Hawai'i Department of Education, where she taught social studies for almost 20 years.

Representative Perruso previously served as Secretary-Treasurer of the Hawai'i State Teachers Association. She was also a member of Gov. David Ige's Every Student Succeeds Act Team, which crafted a blueprint for the future of Hawai'i's public schools.

Representative Perruso has been a Fulbright Scholar and finalist for the Gilder-Lehrman National History Teacher of the Year Award. When she's not working for her community, Representative Perruso enjoys preserving our 'āina, surfing, and spending time with her family.
Education
• Ph.D. in Political Science, UH Mānoa, awarded with distinction (2013)
• PBSCE-SS, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (2000)
• Ph.D. program in Chinese History, University of California at Los Angeles (1992-1995)
• Fulbright Scholar, University of Helsinki, Finland (1990-1992)
• B.A. with Honors Political Science and East Asian Studies, (1986-1990)


Work
• Secretary-Treasurer, Hawaiʻi State Teachers Association (2015-2018)
• Social Studies Teacher, Mililani High School (2004-2016)
• Teacher, Kapolei Middle School, Kapolei (2002-2004)
• Teacher, Highlands Intermediate School, Pearl City (2001-2002)
• Service Industry Management (1998-2000)
• Teaching Assistant, University of California at Los Angeles (1994-1995)
• Visiting Lecturer, University of Helsinki, Finland (1991-1992)

• Co-founded Wahiawā Agricultural Association (2017)
• Founded Civic Educational Council (2016)
• Governor's ESSA Task Force-Sole Secondary Teacher (2016)
• James Madison Fellowship for American Constitutionalism (2015)
• Course Development Consultant for Hawaii DOE E-School (2014)
• Project Coordinator: Hawaiʻi State High School Legislative Internship (2013-2014)
• College Board Reader: U.S. Government and Politics A.P Exam (2008-2017)
• State Social Studies Content Panel (2012-2017)
• National Gilder-Lehrman Outstanding History Teacher Award Finalist (2012)
• Daughters of American Revolution History Teacher of the Year Award Hawaiʻi (2011)
• Kenneth Behring Outstanding History Day Teaching Award (2009)
• Hawaiʻi History Day Teacher of the Year (2009)
• Walmart/PDK Hawaiʻi Teacher of the Year (2007)
January 25, 2023

Rep. Amy Perruso: Don't Underestimate How Important Reform Is To The Public

This lawmaker hopes citizens will seize the moment and testify in support of dozens of measures to make state government more transparent and accountable. Click here to view the full article.


February 19, 2021

Embattled Agribusiness Corporation has powerful friends



Perusso pointed out that the ADC is not merely an obscure entity attached to the Department of Agriculture. The corporation has the power to acquire and develop lands for agriculture, and to that end the Legislature in recent years has appropriated more than a quarter of a billion dollars to the ADC, including about $23.4 million for operations and $238 million for capital investments. Despite such large investments, it has been difficult for lawmakers and the public to see how the money has been spent and how well the corporation has been fulfilling its mission. Read more: Click here.


September 29, 2020

Ongoing Controversy About Reopening Schools



Much has fluctuated in the last six months. But as tensions flare over the best instructional model during a pandemic and scrutiny mounts over what some call“unclear, inconsistent" policies issued by state education leaders, the question remains: did the state Department of Education do all that it could to smartly plan for the transition from spring to fall? Included in the guidance is a chart indicating when it is safe to bring elementary or secondary students back to school based on the number of cases per 10,000 people over a 14-day period. Already, the metrics are drawing fierce pushback [citing article written by Rep. Perruso) from educators and union officials. For more: Click here.



September 7, 2020

New Agency Will Take Over Public School Construction in Hawaii



The bill passed with near unanimous support at the Legislature, with just one dissenting vote in the House, from Rep. Amy Perruso, (D, Wahiawa-Whitmore Village), a veteran public school teacher. "This is just one more effort to privatize the public sphere," Perruso said Wednesday. "I feel like we have gutted public agencies, defunded them since 2008 or even earlier, and then we're surprised when they can't do their jobs." For more: Click here.



September 7, 2020

Hawaii DOE's Distance Learning Tool 'Very, Very Questionable’



The comments are included in an internal DOE document entitled "HIDOE Online Content Review" that was shared in a Facebook post Sunday by state Rep. Amy Perruso, a longtime educator. "It seems to me, as someone who has participated in curriculum and standards review processes, that this is not a thorough vetting (the specialists only look at a few select lessons in specific elementary courses) AND that the feedback provided to the superintendent in no way recommended adoption," Perruso stated in the post. For more: Click here.



September 7, 2020

Lawmakers, Union Officials Are Pushing Back Against State Pay Cuts



Lawmakers who work on education issues are also concerned about cuts to teacher and staff pay. House Rep. Amy Perruso, a teacher at Mililani High who represents Wahiawa, said this move was " really premature" and reflected "unbelievably poor leadership." "It's just ridiculous, unless their intention is to actually gut state government," she said. "I don't think they really have a sense of what our financial situation will look like. We haven't seen all those monies flow into state coffers yet." For more: Click here.



September 6, 2020

Military Won't Say How Many Coronavirus Cases in Hawaii



On March 21, when U.S. Army Hawaii had four positive COVID-19 cases, the command emphasized during its nightly Facebook "town hall" update its intent to "continue to be as transparent as possible." There is a growing call for a return to greater transparency based on the need to address COVID-19 comprehensively. The Hawaii military numbers should be made public "because that's how we're quantifying what we're doing," said state Rep. Amy Perruso."That's how we're looking at the curve — and if their (military) curve is spiking, we need to know that. It's not fair to leave us in the dark about the impact" that the..



September 6, 2020

DOE Will Increase Meals To Meet High Demand



DOE officials acknowledge meal shortages at some sites. New sites will help alleviate that, they said.

The Hawaii Department of Education is adding three more school meal distribution sites to its regular rotation next week to meet rising demand during extended school closures due to coronavirus. Starting Monday, Ka'ala Elementary and Kipapa Elementary on Oahu and Lokelani Elementary on Maui will serve free breakfast and lunch to kids 18 and under, bringing the number of school sites serving free meals to kids to 41 from 38. For more: Click here.



September 7, 2020

Community Groups Offer Free Lunch To Kids



The grab-and-go meals at a handful of sites around Oahu are supplementing the DOE's own meal service which began this week while schools are closed. Several nonprofits and child advocacy organizations banded together to offer free lunches to kids 18 and under during this time of unplanned school closures because of the coronavirus outbreak.Some are worried the DOE-distributed free breakfasts and meals are not enough. On Tuesday morning, House Rep. Amy Perruso posted on her Facebook page that Leilehua High in Wahiawa "looked like it was going to run out of food for the second day in a row." "We know we have kids in Lakeview Circle and Whitmore who will not be able to walk in rain for school meal," she wrote."We need to figure out how to serve the most vulnerable."



September 5, 2020

State Faces More Challenges Clearing Mass Dumping Ground in Wahiawa



Ken Nakamoto "received reports that individuals are entering on foot through remote areas of the 230 acre parcel. They are mainly looking for anything of value that they can salvage." "It's also my understanding that people are continuing to try to go back onto the property to try to get back cars that may still be running," Perruso explained. Perruso said she's not surprised people keep going back. "I think it's understandable that for some period of time we're going to have some struggles around that. It's not a once and done situation." For more: Click here



September 5, 2020

Movement Aimed to Change Political Landscape to a Future Rooted in Aloha Aina



State Representative Amy Perruso says she is inspired by their message. She introduced legislation last session that would put a moratorium on development on Mauna Kea higher than 6,000 feet, which would also halt the Thirty Meter Telescope. "To stop and take stock of what we're doing and to really reconsider whether this is the wisest way we want to move forward with our very precious lands," Representative Amy Perruso said. The bill is still on the table this year, but it won't move forward unless it's scheduled for a hearing. That is why Perruso says it's important for people in the movement to keep up the pressure. For more: Click here


May 8, 2019

Wahiawa General Hospital to Launch ‘Stabilization Program’ for Mental Health



Wahiawa General Hospital is teaming up with the state to offer mental health servivces to high-needs patients, especially the close to 600 homeless people suffering from severe mental illness across the Hawai'i. Hundreds more are struggling with substance addiction.

The hospital is planning to repurpose unused space on its second floor for the program, creating around 40 beds for people in need of mental health and substance abuse treatment. Advocates hope the program will deliver the mental health and addicition services that houseless individuals and families need to obtain permanent shelter and financial security.

For more, see: STABILIZATION PROGRAM.


March 29, 2019

Whitmore Community Food Hub Complex Enviromental Assessment Is Open For Comment

A Draft Environmental Assessment (DEA) for the Whitmore Community Food Hub Complex has been prepared pursuant to the State of Hawai‘i EIS law (Hawai‘i Revised Statutes, Chapter 343) and the State of Hawai‘i EIS rules (Hawai‘i Administrative Rules, Title 11, Chapter 200).

To submit a comment regarding the Whitmore Community Food Hub Complex, please provide your contact information and enter comments at the link below. Contact information is necessary to ensure that you receive a response to your feedback. Comments are due by April 22, 2019.

Read the Whitmore Community Food Hub Complex DEA: CLICK LINK.
Comment on the DEA: CLICK LINK.


March 27, 2019

Rep. Amy Perruso Supports Hotel Workers Call for Respect From Management

DoubleTree by Hilton Alana Waikiki Beach hotel workers organized a public action in their hotel lobby in early March, demanding respect from management, safe workloads, and a fair process to decide whether to unionize.

Rep. Amy Perruso, a long labor leader, said, "I think all workers have the right to unionize and are better off if they’re unionized. It’s important to me that there be a fair process for these workers to decide whether to unionize, that there not be any retaliation against the workers. The community is committed to making sure that all workers are fairly supported,” said State Representative Amy Perruso."

See here for more: Hotel Workers.


November 27, 2018

Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Central O'ahu)

The Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency invite you to the Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Central O'ahu) on Wednesday, December 12, 7:00pm at the Mililani High School Cafeteria. For more information visit: https://bit.ly/2FGOw2n.

Hurricane Lane and Olivia show that climate change is already having profound impacts on O'ahu and we need to chart a new path.What is your vision for a resilient, fossil fuel free future for our island?

We invite you to learn about O'ahu's first climate action plan, engage in a "game" that helps kick-start a discussion about how best to cut our emissions, and chart the next steps for our island.


 Measures Introduced in 2023
Measure and Title
HB45
RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION.
HB46
RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION.
HB47
RELATING TO TECHNOLOGY.
HB48
RELATING TO TECHNOLOGY.
HB49
RELATING TO TECHNOLOGY.
HB54 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB55 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB59
RELATING TO LIBRARIES AT PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
HB69 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS.
HB71 HD1
RELATED TO SUMMARY POSSESSION.
HB77 HD1
RELATING TO TEACHERS.
HB78 HD1
RELATING TO STRENGTHENING ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION.
HB79 HD1
RELATING TO MEDIA LITERACY.
HB80 HD2
RELATING TO AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENTS.
HB81
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB82 HD1
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE PRECEPTORS.
HB147
RELATING TO VEHICLE WEIGHT TAXES.
HB148
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB149
RELATING TO TAX HAVEN ABUSE.
HB150
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB151
RELATING TO THE ESTATE TAX.
HB179 HD1
RELATING TO DEPOSIT BEVERAGE CONTAINER MATERIALS.
HB181 HD1
RELATING TO CESSPOOLS.
HB183
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB186 HD1
RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB187 HD2
RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY.
HB188 HD1
RELATING TO CARBON SEQUESTRATION.
HB190
RELATING TO SCHOOL BUSES.
HB191 HD1
RELATING TO CLIMATE MITIGATION.
HB192 HD2
RELATING TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
HB193 HD1
RELATING TO ENERGY-EFFICIENCY PORTFOLIO STANDARDS.
HB197 HD1
RELATING TO CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION.
HB198 HD1
RELATING TO ELECTRIC VEHICLES.
HB199 HD1
RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB209 HD1
RELATING TO TOURISM.
HB210
RELATING TO MOLD.
HB215
RELATING TO ANIMAL FUR PRODUCTS.
HB216
RELATING TO FIREWORKS.
HB232
RELATING TO CAPITAL GAINS.
HB233 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO A CHILD TAX CREDIT.
HB234
RELATING TO TAXATION OF REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS.
HB235
RELATING TO PAID SICK LEAVE.
HB236
RELATING TO FAMILY LEAVE.
HB237
RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB238
RELATING TO MEDICAL CANNABIS.
HB239 HD1
RELATING TO CLEAN ENERGY.
HB240
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE SERVICES.
HB241
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB243 HD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB244 HD2
RELATING TO CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION.
HB245 HD1
RELATING TO VESSELS.
HB246
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB247 HD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB248 HD2
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB249 HD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAM.
HB250 HD1
RELATING TO FARM TO SCHOOL PROCUREMENT.
HB251
RELATING TO NEONICOTINOIDS.
HB252
RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB253
RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB254
RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB255
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB256
RELATING TO ORGANIC WASTE.
HB260 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB261 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES.
HB266
RELATING TO THE LABELING OF PRODUCTS.
HB267
RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY'S ‘OLELO HAWAI‘I INITIATIVES.
HB268 HD1
RELATING TO DISPOSABLE WIPES.
HB269 HD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII THEATRE CENTER.
HB274 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB275 HD1
RELATING TO TARO.
HB276 HD1
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB282
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB284 HD2
RELATING TO TARO.
HB285 HD1
RELATING TO FIRE PREVENTION.
HB301
RELATING TO EXPUNGEMENT.
HB302 HD1
RELATING TO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT.
HB303
RELATING TO BEACHES.
HB305 HD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB308 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS.
HB309 HD1
RELATING TO IRRIGATION.
HB310 HD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE EDUCATION.
HB311 HD1
RELATING TO KALO FARMING.
HB312 HD1
RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB313 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB314 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO FOOD BANKS.
HB315 HD1
RELATING TO FLOODING.
HB316
RELATING TO SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL.
HB318
RELATING TO COMPENSATION.
HB319
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB320
RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS, SURVEYORS AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS.
HB322
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB323
RELATING TO NOISE.
HB326
RELATING TO PLASTIC STRAWS.
HB327 HD1
RELATING TO ROOFTOP SOLAR INSTALLATION.
HB328 HD1
RELATING TO CONSERVATION MITIGATION BANKS.
HB329 HD2
RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB331
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB332 HD1
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
HB335 HD2
RELATING TO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PROCUREMENT.
HB337 HD1
RELATING TO CAPITAL GAINS.
HB338
RELATING TO SPECIAL NUMBER PLATES.
HB388 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB389 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB390 HD1
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PROMISE PROGRAM.
HB391 HD1
RELATING TO CHILD CARE.
HB392
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB393
RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY.
HB394
RELATING TO THE FESTIVAL OF PACIFIC ARTS.
HB400 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB425
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB426 HD1
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB428
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB429
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB430
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB431
RELATING TO DRUG PARAPHERNALIA.
HB432
RELATING TO APPEALS.
HB440 HD1
RELATING TO CESSPOOLS.
HB441 HD1
RELATING TO CLIMATE EQUITY.
HB442
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB443 HD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB444 HD1
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE I OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO RECOGNIZE AND PROTECT THE INHERENT AND INALIENABLE RIGHT OF ALL PEOPLE TO CLEAN WATER AND AIR, A HEALTHFUL ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE, HEALTHY NATIVE ECOSYSTEMS, AND BEACHES.
HB467 HD2
RELATING TO SOCIAL WORK.
HB468
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
HB469
RELATING TO A PERMANENT HAWAII STATE DIVIDEND.
HB470 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO MINORS.
HB471 HD1
RELATING TO EXCESSIVE NOISE.
HB474 HD1
RELATING TO THE STATE OF HAWAII MUSEUM OF NATURAL AND CULTURAL HISTORY.
HB475 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO THE STATE FOUNDATION ON CULTURE AND THE ARTS.
HB478 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO THE STATE FOUNDATION ON CULTURE AND THE ARTS.
HB481 HD1
RELATING TO MENSTRUAL EQUITY.
HB482
RELATING TO MEDICAL CARE FOR MINORS.
HB483
RELATING TO CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE.
HB484
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH LICENSING.
HB485 HD3 SD1
RELATING TO MARRIAGE.
HB491 HD2
RELATING TO A LEAVE GRANT PROGRAM.
HB494 HD1
RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES.
HB497 HD1
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB499 HD1
RELATING TO SPECIAL NUMBER PLATES.
HB500 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB501
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
HB502 HD1
RELATING TO CHILD CARE.
HB522 HD1
RELATING TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.
HB537 HD2
RELATING TO ELECTRONIC SMOKING DEVICES.
HB539
RELATING TO MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT INSURANCE.
HB540 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB547 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO EARLY CHILD CARE.
HB548
RELATING TO SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION EDUCATION.
HB549
RELATING TO PRESCHOOL.
HB550
RELATING TO SEX TRAFFICKING.
HB551 HD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB552 HD1
RELATING TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING.
HB553
RELATING TO REPRODUCTIVE CARE.
HB554 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO CAMPUS SAFETY.
HB555
RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FINANCE.
HB556 HD2
RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
HB557
RELATING TO GASOLINE PRICE GOUGING.
HB558
RELATING TO CONTRACTORS.
HB559
RELATING TO COFFEE LABELING.
HB568
RELATING TO INTERIM ADMINISTRATIVE RULES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS.
HB569
RELATING TO HISTORIC PRESERVATION REVIEWS.
HB570
RELATING TO NATIVE HAWAIIAN HEALTH.
HB571 HD1
RELATING TO THE KAHO‘OLAWE ISLAND RESERVE COMMISSION.
HB579 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING.
HB580 HD1
RELATING TO VICTIM-COUNSELOR PRIVILEGE.
HB581 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO CHILD CUSTODY.
HB582 HD1
RELATING TO SEXUAL ABUSE OF MINORS.
HB583
RELATING TO EARLY LEARNING ACCREDITATION.
HB585
RELATING TO RESTORATIVE JUSTICE.
HB587 HD1
RELATING TO WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT.
HB592 HD1
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL AND AGRICULTURAL PROTECTION.
HB594 HD1
RELATING TO LEAF BLOWERS.
HB597
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB600 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL.
HB605 HD1
RELATING TO INFRASTRUCTURE.
HB606 HD1
RELATING TO MEAT PROCESSING.
HB607 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB608 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB609 HD2
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB610 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB611 HD2
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB612 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB615 HD1
RELATING TO RESTRICTIONS ON AGRICULTURAL USES AND ACTIVITIES.
HB616
RELATING TO THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING REVOLVING FUND.
HB617 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO ORAL HEALTH.
HB618
RELATING TO FAMILY.
HB619 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB620
RELATING TO SCHOOL MEALS.
HB621
RELATING TO THE DISPOSITION OF WATER RIGHTS.
HB638 HD1
RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB648 HD1
RELATING TO KUPUNA HOUSING.
HB649
RELATING TO THE HAWAII STATE HEALTH INSURANCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.
HB650 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB651
RELATING TO CARE FACILITY INSPECTIONS.
HB652 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO CAREGIVERS.
HB653 HD1
RELATING TO HIGHWAYS.
HB654 HD2
RELATING TO BUILDINGS.
HB655
RELATING TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING.
HB656
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB657 HD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB690 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB692 HD1
RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB693
RELATING TO TELEHEALTH.
HB694 HD1
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB696
RELATING TO MEDICAL CANNABIS DISPENSARIES.
HB697
RELATING TO FEDERAL LANDS.
HB734
RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB735
RELATING TO AN INTERSTATE COMPACT TO PHASE OUT CORPORATE WELFARE.
HB736
RELATING TO GENDER EQUITY.
HB737
RELATING TO RECIDIVISM REDUCTION.
HB738
RELATING TO REEF PROTECTION.
HB739 HD2
RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY INSPECTIONS.
HB740 HD1
RELATING TO THE SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.
HB741 HD1
RELATING TO CIVIC EDUCATION.
HB742
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO AMEND THE QUALIFYING AGE OF VOTERS FOR ANY STATE OR LOCAL ELECTION.
HB743 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB744 HD1
RELATING TO BOOSTER CLUBS.
HB745
RELATING TO EQUAL PAY.
HB746
RELATING TO AQUACULTURE.
HB747
RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FORTY-SIXTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT.
HB748 HD2
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB753 HD1
RELATING TO AN INCOME TAX CREDIT.
HB779
RELATING TO COURT-APPOINTED ATTORNEYS.
HB780
RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES.
HB782 HD1
RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES.
HB783
RELATING TO FIREWORKS.
HB784
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB791
RELATING TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS.
HB793
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB794 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO DISABILITY AWARENESS.
HB812 HD1
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB818
RELATING TO HEARING AIDS.
HB819 HD2
RELATING TO LIMU KALA.
HB826
RELATING TO THE STATE TRAFFIC CODE.
HB827
RELATING TO EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS.
HB828 HD1
RELATING TO STUDENT TRANSPORTATION.
HB831
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 4, OF THE HAWAII STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH LEGISLATIVE TERM LIMITS.
HB832
RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB834 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE.
HB835
RELATING TO GAS APPLIANCES.
HB837 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO THE STATE PLAN.
HB838 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE.
HB842
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB843 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB844 HD1
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB845
RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
HB848 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII INSTITUTE FOR MARINE BIOLOGY.
HB849
RELATING TO ANIMALS.
HB850 HD2
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB855 HD1
RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX EXEMPTIONS.
HB861
RELATING TO CORRECTIONS.
HB862 HD1
RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY.
HB863
RELATING TO INITIATION OF PROSECUTION.
HB870 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO THE NEIGHBOR ISLANDS BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED SERVICE PILOT PROGRAM.
HB871 HD1
RELATING TO SERVICE ANIMALS.
HB872 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII HEALTHY AGING PARTNERSHIP.
HB873
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PROMISE PROGRAM.
HB874 HD2
RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING.
HB875 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB876 HD2
RELATING TO NATIVE POLLINATORS.
HB877 HD1
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB880 HD1
RELATING TO POLICING.
HB881
RELATING TO COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES ON BEACHES.
HB885 HD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB886 HD1
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB892 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO SMALL BOAT HARBORS.
HB893
RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES.
HB894
RELATING TO WHALES.
HB895 HD1
RELATING TO ORGANIC WASTE DIVERSION.
HB896 HD1
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
HB901
RELATING TO THE PROTECTION OF AQUATIC MAMMALS.
HB905 HD1
RELATING TO SUSTAINABLE GROUNDWATER YIELDS.
HB906
RELATING TO THE COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT.
HB907 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO TELEHEALTH.
HB908 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO THE LAND CONSERVATION FUND.
HB909 HD1
RELATING TO WATER CONSERVATION.
HB910
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB914 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB916 HD1
RELATING TO SOCIAL SERVICES.
HB919 HD1
RELATING TO RESIDENCE FOR TUITION PURPOSES.
HB931
RELATING TO MENSTRUAL PRODUCTS.
HB932 HD1
RELATING TO THE MOTION PICTURE, DIGITAL MEDIA, AND FILM PRODUCTION INCOME TAX CREDIT.
HB934
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB935
RELATING TO HEARING AIDS.
HB945
RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX.
HB946 HD1
RELATING TO THE FOOD SUPPLY.
HB947 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB948 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH.
HB949 HD2
RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY.
HB950 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO ASSISTED COMMUNITY TREATMENT ORDERS.
HB951 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB952 HD1
RELATING TO NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB953 HD1
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB954 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB955 HD2
RELATING TO CHAPTER 457J, HAWAII REVISED STATUTES.
HB957
RELATING TO MEDICAL CANNABIS.
HB958
RELATING TO CONSTRUCTION WASTE.
HB959
RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF AIR TRAVEL.
HB965
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB966
RELATING TO ACCESS TO TREATMENT FOR TERMINALLY ILL PATIENTS.
HB967
RELATING TO PUBLIC FINANCING FOR CANDIDATES TO ELECTED OFFICE.
HB968 HD1
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB969
RELATING TO EMERGENCY POWERS.
HB1116 HD1
RELATING TO SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY.
HB1124
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB1128 HD2
RELATING TO SUPPORT FOR TRADITIONAL NATIVE SPEAKERS OF HAWAIIAN.
HB1146 HD1
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1147
RELATING TO AIR POLLUTION.
HB1148 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB1149 HD2
RELATING TO THE COCONUT RHINOCEROS BEETLE PROGRAM.
HB1150 HD2
RELATING TO INVASIVE SPECIES.
HB1175
RELATING TO INCREASED INTERAGENCY COORDINATION AND COLLABORATION BETWEEN COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES AND SOCIAL SERVICE PROVIDERS.
HB1176
RELATING TO INCARCERATION.
HB1177
RELATING TO PUBLIC LAND DISPOSITIONS.
HB1180
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE.
HB1188 HD1
RELATING TO THE SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.
HB1189
RELATING TO PUBLIC PARKING AT ALA WAI BOAT HARBOR.
HB1190
RELATING TO A WEALTH ASSET TAX.
HB1191
RELATING TO EQUITABLE GENDER REPRESENTATION ON CORPORATE BOARDS.
HB1192 HD1
RELATING TO ADVANCING CIVIC ENGAGEMENT.
HB1196
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB1197
RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES.
HB1198
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB1199
RELATING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.
HB1203 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1204 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO PUBLIC EDUCATION.
HB1205 HD1
RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING.
HB1211 HD1
RELATING TO CONVEYANCE TAX.
HB1212 HD1
RELATING TO WATER NEUTRALITY.
HB1213
RELATING TO RENTAL MOTOR VEHICLES.
HB1216
RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB1218
RELATING TO MEDICAL CANNABIS.
HB1219 HD1
RELATING TO CANNABIS FOR MEDICAL USE.
HB1222
RELATING TO LEGISLATIVE ACCESS THROUGH REMOTE TESTIMONY.
HB1232
RELATING TO CORRECTIONS.
HB1233 HD2
RELATING TO TOURISM.
HB1234
RELATING TO DATA ABOUT SNORKELS AND MASKS.
HB1235 HD2
RELATING TO CORRECTIONS.
HB1248 HD1
RELATING TO SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM INCENTIVES.
HB1249
RELATING TO DIAMOND HEAD.
HB1250 HD1
RELATING TO MĀMAKI TEA.
HB1251
RELATING TO THE SEEKING OF ASSISTANCE.
HB1252 HD2
RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB1263 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII ABLE SAVINGS PROGRAM.
HB1264
RELATING TO NURSES.
HB1266 HD2
RELATING TO FOOD DONATIONS.
HB1267 HD1
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB1268 HD1
RELATING TO AQUACULTURE.
HB1270 HD1
RELATING TO HEMP.
HB1276 HD1
RELATING TO TRAFFIC CONTROL.
HB1277
RELATING TO CONSUMER PROTECTION.
HB1278 HD1
RELATING TO GREEN TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE.
HB1288
RELATING TO TIPPED EMPLOYEES.
HB1293
RELATING TO FARM ANIMALS.
HB1294 HD1
RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB1303 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO WATER CONSERVATION.
HB1316
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB1317
RELATING TO THE HAWAII ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY.
HB1318
RELATING TO GOVERNMENT PROPERTY.
HB1319 HD2
RELATING TO THE TRAFFIC CODE.
HB1327 HD2
RELATING TO TAX CREDITS.
HB1328 HD1
RELATING TO CHARTER SCHOOLS.
HB1331 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1336 HD2
RELATING TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM.
HB1337
RELATING TO PSILOCYBIN.
HB1338
RELATING TO THE RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD-TENANT CODE.
HB1339
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB1341 HD1
RELATING TO MEDICAID.
HB1343 HD1
RELATING TO REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE ACCESS.
HB1351
RELATING TO THE CONVEYANCE TAX.
HB1359 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO HEMP.
HB1365 HD1
RELATING TO CHILD WELFARE SERVICES.
HB1367 HD1
RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL MEDICAID SERVICES.
HB1368 HD1
RELATING TO THE HOSPITAL SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM.
HB1369 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO NURSING FACILITIES.
HB1371 HD1
RELATING TO THE SAND ISLAND STATE RECREATION AREA.
HB1375 HD3 SD1
RELATING TO TOURISM.
HB1383 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB1384 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO MANUFACTURING.
HB1394 HD1
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB1396 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO CESSPOOLS.
HB1397 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO SUPPORTIVE HOUSING.
HB1398 HD1
RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING.
HB1404 HD1
RELATING TO THE COMMUNITY COURT OUTREACH PROJECT.
HB1406 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB1407 HD1
RELATING TO WATER TESTING.
HB1410 HD1
RELATING TO DEPOSIT BEVERAGE CONTAINERS.
HB1411
RELATING TO PUBLIC NOTICES.
HB1413
RELATING TO ACCESSIBILITY.
HB1414
RELATING TO RECREATIONAL FACILITIES.
HB1419
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
HB1421
RELATING TO HEMP.
HB1423
RELATING TO ELECTRONIC SMOKING DEVICES.
HB1424 HD1
RELATING TO HEMP.
HB1425
RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB1427
RELATING TO REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE.
HB1428
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE.
HB1430 HD1
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO.
HB1441
RELATING TO REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE.
HB1442 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO REHABILITATION.
HB1443
RELATING TO THE RED HILL FUEL TANKS.
HB1444
RELATING TO RANKED-CHOICE VOTING.
HB1445
RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY.
HB1446
RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB1447 HD1
RELATING TO NATIVE PLANT SPECIES.
HB1448 HD2
RELATING TO ASTHMA.
HB1449 HD1
RELATING TO LUNG CANCER.
HB1451 HD1
RELATING TO ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSES.
HB1452
RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB1453
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS.
HB1454
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1505 HD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII EMPLOYER-UNION HEALTH BENEFITS TRUST FUND.
HB1506 HD1
RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF THE STATE OF HAWAII.
HCR7 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES MED-QUEST DIVISION, IN COLLABORATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS, TO EXPAND THE TYPES OF QUALIFIED PROVIDERS ALLOWED TO PROVIDE LACTATION CONSULTANT SERVICES FOR THE MEDICAID POPULATION IN THE STATE.
HCR11
URGING THE COUNTIES TO DEVOTE SUFFICIENT FUNDING TO THEIR RESPECTIVE COUNTY ETHICS BOARDS OR COMMISSIONS.
HCR24
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO PROTECT HAWAII'S WATERS AND RESOURCES BY PROHIBITING SEABED MINING.
HCR28
DESIGNATING THE MONTH OF MARCH AS HAWAII KIDNEY AWARENESS MONTH.
HCR30
REQUESTING THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION CREATE A SIMPLIFIED N-11 FORM FOR USE BY INDIVIDUALS WITHOUT TAXABLE INCOME THAT IS SUBJECT TO STATE INCOME TAX.
HCR32 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO CONVENE AN ORAL HEALTH TASK FORCE TO REVIEW INFORMATION ON THE STATUS OF ORAL HEALTH IN THE STATE AND MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS TO IMPROVE ORAL HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE IN HAWAII.
HCR33
DESIGNATING NOVEMBER 22, 2023, AS "KIMCHI DAY" IN THE STATE OF HAWAII.
HCR34 HD1
REQUESTING THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF AGING TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE ADEQUACY OF ELDER CARE ON MOLOKAI AND LANAI, AND IN EAST MAUI.
HCR38
URGING THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE OF THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO ISSUE ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR THE GUS SCHUMACHER NUTRITION INCENTIVE PROGRAM TO PROVIDE MATCHING FUNDS FOR THE EXPANSION OF THE STATE DOUBLE UP FOOD BUCKS PROGRAM TO ALL APPROVED SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM RETAIL OUTLETS THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
HCR41
URGING THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION TO REEVALUATE AND ADOPT ADMINISTRATIVE RULES RELATING TO THE REMOVAL OF ABANDONED OR DOUBLE UTILITY POLES, LINES, AND EQUIPMENT.
HCR43
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE HAWAII INVASIVE SPECIES COUNCIL, TO DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY FOR MANAGING THE ROSE-RINGED PARAKEET POPULATION.
HCR44
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO DESIGN A SOCIAL INSURANCE FAMILY LEAVE PROGRAM FOR THE STATE.
HCR45
REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR'S COORDINATOR ON HOMELESSNESS TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE COST OF PROGRAMS AND SERVICES NECESSARY TO END CHRONIC HOMELESSNESS BY 2030.
HCR46
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS TO CONDUCT A STUDY OF THE EXEMPTIONS TO HAWAII'S MINIMUM WAGE LAW.
HCR47
REQUESTING THE HAWAII HOUSING FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TO PROVIDE A REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ABOUT BARRIERS TO CREATING TRULY AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN HAWAII.
HCR48
REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON STRENGTHENING LABOR PROTECTIONS FOR GIG WORKERS IN THE STATE.
HCR51
URGING THE GOVERNOR TO INITIATE A CLEMENCY PROGRAM FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE BEEN PROSECUTED FOR CANNABIS-RELATED OFFENSES.
HCR52
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND THE CONTRACTORS LICENSE BOARD TO ENSURE THAT THE CONTRACTORS LICENSE BOARD INCLUDES AT LEAST TWO MEMBERS WITH EXPERTISE IN SPECIALTY STRUCTURAL CONTRACTING.
HCR53
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CREATE A PRIORITY LIST FOR REPAIRING PUBLIC SCHOOL FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS.
HCR54
REQUESTING THE HAWAI‘I COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF WATER SUPPLY TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO EXAMINE OPPORTUNITIES FOR INCREASING WATER ACCESS AND STRENGTHENING WATER INFRASTRUCTURE FOR UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES ON HAWAI‘I ISLAND.
HCR55
URGING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA JOHN A. BURNS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE TO PRIORITIZE EFFORTS TO STRENGTHEN HAWAII'S REPRODUCTIVE CARE WORKFORCE, PARTICULARLY FOR RURAL AND REMOTE AREAS OF THE STATE.
HCR56 HD1
REQUESTING THE HAWAII BROADBAND AND DIGITAL EQUITY OFFICE TO INCREASE ACCESS TO WI-FI IN PUBLIC PARKS THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
HCR57
URGING THE UNITED STATES INDO-PACIFIC COMMAND TO MORE PROACTIVELY COMBAT VIOLENCE AGAINST CIVILIAN WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN HAWAI‘I BY MAKING A ZERO-TOLERANCE COMMITMENT, SHARING GENDERBASED VIOLENCE PREVALENCE DATA WITH THE STATE GOVERNMENT, AND LAUNCHING AN ANTI-COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION PROGRAM ACROSS ALL HAWAI‘I MILITARY INSTALLATIONS.
HCR69
REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF EACH COUNTY TO COLLECT CERTAIN SOCIOECONOMIC DATA FOR EACH CASE PROSECUTED BY THE OFFICE.
HCR72 HD1
URGING THE OFFICE OF YOUTH SERVICES AND FAMILY COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TO COLLABORATE IN IDENTIFYING PROCESSES, PROCEDURES, AND STRATEGIES FOR PARTNERING WITH COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS TO MAXIMIZE REHABILITATION AND MINIMIZE RECIDIVISM FOR JUVENILE OFFENDERS.
HCR73 HD1
REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A WORKING GROUP TO CREATE A PLAN REGARDING THE RETURN OF CULTURAL ARTIFACTS.
HCR74
ENCOURAGING THE FACILITATION OF A PATH TO CITIZENSHIP FOR IMMIGRANTS FROM PARTIES TO THE COMPACTS OF FREE ASSOCIATION.
HCR75 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CONTRACT WITH A QUALIFIED NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION TO ESTABLISH AQUATIC SAFETY EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN CERTAIN DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SCHOOLS.
HCR77
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM TO ESTABLISH A PROGRAM TO PROVIDE GRANTS FOR HOTEL EMPLOYEES, OR ENTITIES ENTIRELY OWNED BY HOTEL EMPLOYEES, TO PURCHASE HOTELS AND CONVERT THEM INTO EMPLOYEE-OWNED COOPERATIVES.
HCR80
DESIGNATING HAWAII'S CORAL REEFS AS CRITICAL NATURAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND STRONGLY SUPPORTING NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS SUCH AS CORAL REEF RESTORATION FOR RISK REDUCTION.
HCR81
RECOGNIZING AUGUST 8, 2023, AS HAWAIIAN HONEYCREEPERS CELEBRATION DAY.
HCR86
REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON SYSTEMS OF FIREARMS INSURANCE AND OTHER FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS PERTAINING TO FIREARMS.
HCR87
REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF ELECTIONS TO PREPARE AND SUBMIT A PROPOSAL TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE COST AND PERSONNEL REQUIRED TO PREPARE AND DISTRIBUTE A VOTER INFORMATION GUIDE.
HCR88
REQUESTING THE JUDICIARY TO PREPARE A MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN, INCLUDING A CAPITOL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT REQUEST, TO UPGRADE THE SOUTH KOHALA DISTRICT COURT.
HCR91
URGING THE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ADMINISTRATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO CONDUCT A FEASIBILITY STUDY ON IMPLEMENTATION OF A CIGARETTE LITTER PREVENTION PROGRAM IN HAWAII.
HCR93
URGING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO ADOPT RULES TO PROHIBIT THE POSSESSION, USE, SALE, OR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRONIC SMOKING DEVICES THAT DO NOT CONTAIN TOBACCO BUT DO CONTAIN NICOTINE.
HCR94
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO PRIORITIZE TESTING AND RESEARCH OF BEACH SAND CONTAMINATION LEVELS AT POKAI BAY AND REQUESTING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION TO PRIORITIZE RENOVATIONS OF THE RESTROOM FACILITIES AT POKAI BAY.
HCR95
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO CONDUCT A STUDY EVALUATING THE FEASIBILITY OF CREATING A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE REGISTRY THAT WOULD BE USED SIMILARLY TO THE SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY.
HCR103 HD1
URGING ALL BRANCHES OF THE UNITED STATES MILITARY OPERATING IN HAWAII TO IMPLEMENT CHANGES IN THEIR POLICIES TO REDUCE, TO THE EXTENT POSSIBLE, THE USE OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING PERFLUOROALKYL AND POLYFLUOROALKYL SUBSTANCES.
HCR104 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES AND CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO INDEPENDENTLY IDENTIFY THE ROADS, MONUMENTS, LANDMARKS, AND PUBLIC PARKS WITHIN THEIR RESPECTIVE JURISDICTIONS THAT USE THE NAME "DIAMOND HEAD" AND IDENTIFY THE PROCESS FOR RENAMING THESE ROADS, MONUMENTS, LANDMARKS, AND PUBLIC PARKS FROM "DIAMOND HEAD" TO "LĒ‘AHI".
HCR105
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO DEVELOP A STRATEGIC PLAN TO MEET THE LOCALLY SOURCED FOOD GOALS ESTABLISHED IN ACTS 175 AND 176, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 2021.
HCR112
REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT A SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL ASSESSMENT OF PROPOSED MANDATORY HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR VARIOUS SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE SERVICES.
HCR116
URGING THE COMMITTEE ON WEIGHTS TO RECOMMEND, AND THE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO ADOPT, A WEIGHTED STUDENT FORMULA THAT GIVES GREATER CONSIDERATION TO SMALL AND REMOTE SCHOOLS.
HCR117
URGING THE COUNTIES TO INCLUDE TOWNHOMES IN THE RESIDENTIAL PERMITTING PROCESS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF SOLAR PANELS.
HCR124
URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO ADOPT NATIONAL CARBON FEE AND DIVIDEND LEGISLATION.
HCR125
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS TO IDENTIFY RESOURCES NEEDED TO EXECUTE A PLAN TO REPAIR HOMES FOR SAFE HABITATION.
HCR127
REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES TO PROVIDE MILITARY OVERSIGHT OF ALL CONTRACTORS AND CIVILIAN WORKERS AT UNITED STATES MILITARY FACILITIES IN THE STATE.
HCR128
REQUESTING INCREASED INTERAGENCY COORDINATION AND COLLABORATION BETWEEN COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES, SOCIAL SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS TO ASSIST AND DIVERT MORE INDIVIDUALS FROM THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM.
HCR129
REQUESTING THE HAWAII CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION AND EXECUTIVE OFFICE ON AGING TO STUDY THE PREVALENCE OF AGE DISCRIMINATION IN HIRING APPLICANTS OVER THE AGE OF SIXTY.
HCR130
REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF WELLNESS AND RESILIENCE ESTABLISH THE MALAMA OHANA WORKING GROUP TO IDENTIFY, DESIGN, AND RECOMMEND TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGES TO THE STATE'S CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM.
HCR132
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES TO PROVIDE MENSTRUAL PRODUCTS AT NO COST IN STATE BUILDINGS UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES THAT ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND CONTAIN PUBLIC RESTROOMS.
HCR136 HD1
RECOGNIZING OCTOBER 2 THROUGH OCTOBER 6, 2023, AS DIGITAL INCLUSION WEEK IN THE STATE OF HAWAII.
HCR138 HD1
URGING THE HAWAII HOUSING FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TO PROMOTE SUPPORTIVE HOUSING IN THE STATE'S LOW-INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDIT PROGRAM.
HCR140
URGING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII TO STRENGTHEN THE CENTER FOR LABOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII WEST OAHU BY ESTABLISHING A WORKING GROUP TO DEVELOP A COMMUNITY-DRIVEN VISION FOR THE CENTERS PROGRAMS.
HCR141
URGING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO CREATE A PLAN FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MARITIME COLLEGE AND TO ESTABLISH A MARITIME COLLEGE.
HCR142
REQUESTING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA COLLEGE OF TROPICAL AGRICULTURE AND HUMAN RESOURCES TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO EVALUATE UPDATING ITS EXTENSION SITES.
HCR143
E HOOKIKINA AKU ANA I KA OIHANA HOONAAUAO I KA APONO ANA I KOMIKE E HOOPUKA ANA I KA HOOLALA E HIKI AI KE KA ANA IA MA KA HOOULU ANA I KE AO OLELO HAWAII I NA HAUMANA A PAU LOA.
HCR144
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT TO ESTABLISH A WORKING GROUP TO EXAMINE ISSUES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVEMENT IN RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES.
HCR145
URGING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO DEVELOP AND ENFORCE NON-SEX SEGREGATED DRESS CODES FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL FORMAL EVENTS.
HCR146
REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT A COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT AUDIT OF THE DIVISION OF BOATING AND OCEAN RECREATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
HCR147
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE NUMBER OF PUBLIC SCHOOL PLAYGROUNDS THAT INCLUDE PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT ACCESSIBLE TO STUDENTS WITH PHYSICAL, INTELLECTUAL, OR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES.
HCR151
URGING THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION AND HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO TAKE ANY ACTIONS NECESSARY TO ESTABLISH AN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER AT LANAI AIRPORT.
HCR152
URGING THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES TO PERMANENTLY CANCEL RIMPAC EXERCISES IN HAWAII.
HCR153 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS TO CONDUCT A STUDY THAT EVALUATES POSSIBLE METHODS OF FLOOD REMEDIATION AND FLOOD AVERSION FOR CERTAIN AREAS OF THE ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
HCR154
STRONGLY URGING THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES TO ADOPT A FORMAL ETHICS CODE FOR THE JUSTICES.
HCR155
REQUESTING THE HAWAI‘I TOBACCO QUITLINE TO MAKE PERMANENTLY VISIBLE ON EACH PAGE OF ITS WEBSITE INFORMATION PERTAINING TO THE AVAILABILITY OF TRANSLATION SERVICES UPON REQUEST.
HCR156
REQUESTING THE VARIOUS STATE DEPARTMENTS TO REEXAMINE THEIR WORK FROM HOME POLICIES TO ALLOW GREATER FLEXIBILITY TO WORK FROM HOME.
HCR158
REQUESTING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, TO PRODUCE A REPORT ON INCREASING ACCESS TO TUTORING SERVICES WITHIN AND OUTSIDE OF HAWAII'S K-12 PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
HCR159
URGING RETAIL STORES AND PHARMACIES DOING BUSINESS IN THE STATE TO ADOPT A POLICY ON A NATIONAL AND LOCAL LEVEL GUARANTEEING AN INDIVIDUAL'S UNHINDERED ACCESS TO ALL UNITED STATES FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION-APPROVED CONTRACEPTIVES.
HCR162
URGING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU'S CRISIS OUTREACH RESPONSE AND ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM TO PROVIDE REGULAR CARE AND SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS IN THE CENTRAL OAHU, NORTH SHORE, LEEWARD, AND WINDWARD REGIONS OF OAHU ON A REGULAR ROTATING SCHEDULE.
HCR163
URGING THE MAYOR OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, HONOLULU CITY COUNCIL, AND HONOLULU AUTHORITY FOR RAPID TRANSPORTATION TO FIND A MEANS TO FUND THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE PARK-AND-RIDE GARAGE AT WAIAWA STATION AND URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SERVICES OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO ESTABLISH ADDITIONAL TRANSIT SERVICES BETWEEN CENTRAL OAHU AND WAIAWA STATION.
HCR168 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO PERFORM A STUDY TO DETERMINE IF THE GOVERNMENT AS A WHOLE IS ADEQUATELY ALLOCATING FUNDING FOR EACH REGION OF OAHU FOR HOMELESS SERVICES.
HCR170 HD1
URGING THE BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO ESTABLISH A TASK FORCE TO PREPARE A FEASIBILITY PLAN FOR THE TRANSITION OF THE MANAGEMENT OF THE MAKUA MILITARY RESERVATION TO THE STATE FROM THE UNITED STATES ARMY UPON THE EXPIRATION OF GENERAL LEASE NUMBER S-3848.
HCR171
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION, TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF PERMITTING THE SALE OF AERIAL FIREWORKS AND IMPOSING A TAX ON THE SALE OF AERIAL FIREWORKS.
HCR172
URGING THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE OFFICE OF ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE SOCIAL AND SAFETY IMPACTS OF GEOTAGGING.
HCR173
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS, TO CONDUCT A FEASIBILITY STUDY ON PROVIDING TAX BREAKS TO INDIVIDUALS WHO SELL PROPERTY TO NATIVE HAWAIIANS ON THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS WAITLIST.
HCR174
URGING THE STATE OF HAWAII, CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, FEDERAL ENTITIES, AND PRIVATE LAND OWNERS TO WORK TOGETHER TO IMMEDIATELY OPEN THE SECTION OF THE WAIANAE COAST EMERGENCY ACCESS ROAD EXTENDING PAAKEA ROAD OUT TO LUALUALEI NAVAL ROAD FOR PUBLIC USE ON A PERMANENT BASIS.
HCR176
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO DESIGNATE KUNIA, LEILEHUA PLATEAU, AND POAMOHO AS THE CENTRAL OAHU AGRICULTURAL CORRIDOR AND TO ESTABLISH A LIST PRIORITIZING POTENTIAL AGRICULTURAL INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS THAT WOULD PROVIDE THE MOST VALUE TO THE STATE.
HCR192
URGING THE HAWAI‘I CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION COMMISSION TO DEVELOP A PROACTIVE AND COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNICATION STRATEGY TO EDUCATE HAWAII'S RESIDENTS ABOUT THE HEALTH IMPACTS OF THE CLIMATE CRISIS.
HCR193
URGING THE GOVERNOR AND STATE DEPARTMENTS TO INVESTIGATE OPPORTUNITIES PROVIDED BY THE DIRECT PAY PROVISION IN THE INFLATION REDUCTION ACT THAT ALLOWS FOR DIRECT PAYMENT OF CLEAN ENERGY INCENTIVES TO STATE GOVERNMENT ENTITIES FOR THE COST OF INSTALLING SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS IN STATE FACILITIES.
HCR195
REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR OF THE COURTS OF THE HAWAII STATE JUDICIARY TO COLLECT, COMPILE, AND SHARE DATA ON THE ASSESSMENT OF FEES, COURT COSTS, FINES, AND RESTITUTION IN CASES AGAINST MINORS.
HCR196 HD1
URGING THE GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN TO HALT ITS PLANS TO DUMP WASTEWATER FROM THE FUKUSHIMA-DAIICHI NUCLEAR POWER PLANT INTO THE PACIFIC OCEAN.
HCR198
SUPPORTING THE ADMISSION OF WASHINGTON, D.C., INTO THE UNION AS A STATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
HCR200
URGING THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES TO PUBLISH THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT AS THE TWENTY-EIGHTH AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
HCR201
REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT A SUNRISE ANALYSIS ON MANDATING PARITY IN VITRO FERTILIZATION HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE.
HCR203
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES' MED-QUEST DIVISION TO TAKE STEPS NECESSARY TO ENSURE THAT ADEQUATE PROVIDER RATES ARE ESTABLISHED FOR APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS SERVICES.
HCR204
REQUESTING THE HAWAII STATE CENTER FOR NURSING TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO STUDY THE POTENTIAL IMPACTS TO THE STATE OF JOINING THE MULTI-STATE NURSE LICENSURE COMPACT.
HR6 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES MED-QUEST DIVISION, IN COLLABORATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS, TO EXPAND THE TYPES OF QUALIFIED PROVIDERS ALLOWED TO PROVIDE LACTATION CONSULTANT SERVICES FOR THE MEDICAID POPULATION IN THE STATE.
HR8
URGING THE COUNTIES TO DEVOTE SUFFICIENT FUNDING TO THEIR RESPECTIVE COUNTY ETHICS BOARDS OR COMMISSIONS.
HR9
ESTABLISHING THE HOUSE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON RED HILL TO ADDRESS ISSUES RELATED TO THE RED HILL BULK FUEL STORAGE FACILITY, WATER CONTAMINATION AND REMEDIATION, AND ALL RELATED IMPACTS.
HR10
ESTABLISHING A LEGISLATIVE WORKING GROUP TO OVERSEE THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS' EXECUTION OF FUNDS APPROPRIATED PURSUANT TO ACT 279, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 2022, TO ADDRESS THE BENEFICIARY WAITING LIST.
HR26
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO PROTECT HAWAII'S WATERS AND RESOURCES BY PROHIBITING SEABED MINING.
HR33 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO CONVENE AN ORAL HEALTH TASK FORCE TO REVIEW INFORMATION ON THE STATUS OF ORAL HEALTH IN THE STATE AND MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS TO IMPROVE ORAL HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE IN HAWAII.
HR34
DESIGNATING NOVEMBER 22, 2023, AS "KIMCHI DAY" IN THE STATE OF HAWAII.
HR35 HD1
REQUESTING THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF AGING TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE ADEQUACY OF ELDER CARE ON MOLOKAI AND LANAI, AND IN EAST MAUI.
HR42
URGING THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE OF THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO ISSUE ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR THE GUS SCHUMACHER NUTRITION INCENTIVE PROGRAM TO PROVIDE MATCHING FUNDS FOR THE EXPANSION OF THE STATE DOUBLE UP FOOD BUCKS PROGRAM TO ALL APPROVED SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM RETAIL OUTLETS THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
HR45
URGING THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION TO REEVALUATE AND ADOPT ADMINISTRATIVE RULES RELATING TO THE REMOVAL OF ABANDONED OR DOUBLE UTILITY POLES, LINES, AND EQUIPMENT.
HR47
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE HAWAII INVASIVE SPECIES COUNCIL, TO DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY FOR MANAGING THE ROSE-RINGED PARAKEET POPULATION.
HR48
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO DESIGN A SOCIAL INSURANCE FAMILY LEAVE PROGRAM FOR THE STATE.
HR49
REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR'S COORDINATOR ON HOMELESSNESS TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE COST OF PROGRAMS AND SERVICES NECESSARY TO END CHRONIC HOMELESSNESS BY 2030.
HR50
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS TO CONDUCT A STUDY OF THE EXEMPTIONS TO HAWAII'S MINIMUM WAGE LAW.
HR51
REQUESTING THE HAWAII HOUSING FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TO PROVIDE A REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ABOUT BARRIERS TO CREATING TRULY AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN HAWAII.
HR52
REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON STRENGTHENING LABOR PROTECTIONS FOR GIG WORKERS IN THE STATE.
HR53
URGING THE GOVERNOR TO INITIATE A CLEMENCY PROGRAM FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE BEEN PROSECUTED FOR CANNABIS-RELATED OFFENSES.
HR54
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND THE CONTRACTORS LICENSE BOARD TO ENSURE THAT THE CONTRACTORS LICENSE BOARD INCLUDES AT LEAST TWO MEMBERS WITH EXPERTISE IN SPECIALTY STRUCTURAL CONTRACTING.
HR55
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CREATE A PRIORITY LIST FOR REPAIRING PUBLIC SCHOOL FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS.
HR56
REQUESTING THE HAWAI‘I COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF WATER SUPPLY TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO EXAMINE OPPORTUNITIES FOR INCREASING WATER ACCESS AND STRENGTHENING WATER INFRASTRUCTURE FOR UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES ON HAWAI‘I ISLAND.
HR57
URGING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA JOHN A. BURNS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE TO PRIORITIZE EFFORTS TO STRENGTHEN HAWAII'S REPRODUCTIVE CARE WORKFORCE, PARTICULARLY FOR RURAL AND REMOTE AREAS OF THE STATE.
HR58 HD1
REQUESTING THE HAWAII BROADBAND AND DIGITAL EQUITY OFFICE TO INCREASE ACCESS TO WI-FI IN PUBLIC PARKS THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
HR59
URGING THE UNITED STATES INDO-PACIFIC COMMAND TO MORE PROACTIVELY COMBAT VIOLENCE AGAINST CIVILIAN WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN HAWAI‘I BY MAKING A ZERO-TOLERANCE COMMITMENT, SHARING GENDERBASED VIOLENCE PREVALENCE DATA WITH THE STATE GOVERNMENT, AND LAUNCHING AN ANTI-COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION PROGRAM ACROSS ALL HAWAI‘I MILITARY INSTALLATIONS.
HR70
REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF EACH COUNTY TO COLLECT CERTAIN SOCIOECONOMIC DATA FOR EACH CASE PROSECUTED BY THE OFFICE.
HR73 HD1
URGING THE OFFICE OF YOUTH SERVICES AND FAMILY COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TO COLLABORATE IN IDENTIFYING PROCESSES, PROCEDURES, AND STRATEGIES FOR PARTNERING WITH COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS TO MAXIMIZE REHABILITATION AND MINIMIZE RECIDIVISM FOR JUVENILE OFFENDERS.
HR74 HD1
REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A WORKING GROUP TO CREATE A PLAN REGARDING THE RETURN OF CULTURAL ARTIFACTS.
HR75
ENCOURAGING THE FACILITATION OF A PATH TO CITIZENSHIP FOR IMMIGRANTS FROM PARTIES TO THE COMPACTS OF FREE ASSOCIATION.
HR76 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CONTRACT WITH A QUALIFIED NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION TO ESTABLISH AQUATIC SAFETY EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN CERTAIN DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SCHOOLS.
HR78
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM TO ESTABLISH A PROGRAM TO PROVIDE GRANTS FOR HOTEL EMPLOYEES, OR ENTITIES ENTIRELY OWNED BY HOTEL EMPLOYEES, TO PURCHASE HOTELS AND CONVERT THEM INTO EMPLOYEE-OWNED COOPERATIVES.
HR85
DESIGNATING HAWAII'S CORAL REEFS AS CRITICAL NATURAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND STRONGLY SUPPORTING NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS SUCH AS CORAL REEF RESTORATION FOR RISK REDUCTION.
HR86
RECOGNIZING AUGUST 8, 2023, AS HAWAIIAN HONEYCREEPERS CELEBRATION DAY.
HR91
HONORING KUMU FRANCIS PALANI SINENCI FOR HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE REVITALIZATION AND PERPETUATION OF NATIVE HAWAIIAN HALE-BUILDING KNOWLEDGE.
HR93
REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON SYSTEMS OF FIREARMS INSURANCE AND OTHER FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS PERTAINING TO FIREARMS.
HR94
REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF ELECTIONS TO PREPARE AND SUBMIT A PROPOSAL TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE COST AND PERSONNEL REQUIRED TO PREPARE AND DISTRIBUTE A VOTER INFORMATION GUIDE.
HR95
REQUESTING THE JUDICIARY TO PREPARE A MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN, INCLUDING A CAPITOL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT REQUEST, TO UPGRADE THE SOUTH KOHALA DISTRICT COURT.
HR98
URGING THE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ADMINISTRATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO CONDUCT A FEASIBILITY STUDY ON IMPLEMENTATION OF A CIGARETTE LITTER PREVENTION PROGRAM IN HAWAII.
HR99
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO PERFORM A FEASIBILITY STUDY OF THE BENEFITS OF AUTHORIZING REIMBURSEMENT FOR SERVICES PROVIDED THROUGH TELEHEALTH BY WAY OF AUDIO-ONLY TELEPHONIC COMMUNICATION.
HR100
URGING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO ADOPT RULES TO PROHIBIT THE POSSESSION, USE, SALE, OR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRONIC SMOKING DEVICES THAT DO NOT CONTAIN TOBACCO BUT DO CONTAIN NICOTINE.
HR101
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO PRIORITIZE TESTING AND RESEARCH OF BEACH SAND CONTAMINATION LEVELS AT POKAI BAY AND REQUESTING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION TO PRIORITIZE RENOVATIONS OF THE RESTROOM FACILITIES AT POKAI BAY.
HR102
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO CONDUCT A STUDY EVALUATING THE FEASIBILITY OF CREATING A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE REGISTRY THAT WOULD BE USED SIMILARLY TO THE SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY.
HR104
REQUESTING THE RELOCATION OF ALL LIVE FIRE TRAINING AND AVIATION ACTIVITIES AWAY FROM THE PU‘ULOA RANGE TRAINING FACILITY.
HR109 HD1
URGING ALL BRANCHES OF THE UNITED STATES MILITARY OPERATING IN HAWAII TO IMPLEMENT CHANGES IN THEIR POLICIES TO REDUCE, TO THE EXTENT POSSIBLE, THE USE OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING PERFLUOROALKYL AND POLYFLUOROALKYL SUBSTANCES.
HR110 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES AND CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO INDEPENDENTLY IDENTIFY THE ROADS, MONUMENTS, LANDMARKS, AND PUBLIC PARKS WITHIN THEIR RESPECTIVE JURISDICTIONS THAT USE THE NAME "DIAMOND HEAD" AND IDENTIFY THE PROCESS FOR RENAMING THESE ROADS, MONUMENTS, LANDMARKS, AND PUBLIC PARKS FROM "DIAMOND HEAD" TO "LĒ‘AHI".
HR111
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO DEVELOP A STRATEGIC PLAN TO MEET THE LOCALLY SOURCED FOOD GOALS ESTABLISHED IN ACTS 175 AND 176, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 2021.
HR118
REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT A SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL ASSESSMENT OF PROPOSED MANDATORY HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR VARIOUS SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE SERVICES.
HR121
URGING THE COMMITTEE ON WEIGHTS TO RECOMMEND, AND THE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO ADOPT, A WEIGHTED STUDENT FORMULA THAT GIVES GREATER CONSIDERATION TO SMALL AND REMOTE SCHOOLS.
HR122
URGING THE COUNTIES TO INCLUDE TOWNHOMES IN THE RESIDENTIAL PERMITTING PROCESS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF SOLAR PANELS.
HR125
URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO ADOPT NATIONAL CARBON FEE AND DIVIDEND LEGISLATION.
HR126
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS TO IDENTIFY RESOURCES NEEDED TO EXECUTE A PLAN TO REPAIR HOMES FOR SAFE HABITATION.
HR128
REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES TO PROVIDE MILITARY OVERSIGHT OF ALL CONTRACTORS AND CIVILIAN WORKERS AT UNITED STATES MILITARY FACILITIES IN THE STATE.
HR129
REQUESTING INCREASED INTERAGENCY COORDINATION AND COLLABORATION BETWEEN COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES, SOCIAL SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS TO ASSIST AND DIVERT MORE INDIVIDUALS FROM THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM.
HR130
REQUESTING THE HAWAII CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION AND EXECUTIVE OFFICE ON AGING TO STUDY THE PREVALENCE OF AGE DISCRIMINATION IN HIRING APPLICANTS OVER THE AGE OF SIXTY.
HR131
REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF WELLNESS AND RESILIENCE ESTABLISH THE MALAMA OHANA WORKING GROUP TO IDENTIFY, DESIGN, AND RECOMMEND TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGES TO THE STATE'S CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM.
HR133
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES TO PROVIDE MENSTRUAL PRODUCTS AT NO COST IN STATE BUILDINGS UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES THAT ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND CONTAIN PUBLIC RESTROOMS.
HR137 HD1
RECOGNIZING OCTOBER 2 THROUGH OCTOBER 6, 2023, AS DIGITAL INCLUSION WEEK IN THE STATE OF HAWAII.
HR140 HD1
URGING THE HAWAII HOUSING FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TO PROMOTE SUPPORTIVE HOUSING IN THE STATE'S LOW-INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDIT PROGRAM.
HR142
URGING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII TO STRENGTHEN THE CENTER FOR LABOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII WEST OAHU BY ESTABLISHING A WORKING GROUP TO DEVELOP A COMMUNITY-DRIVEN VISION FOR THE CENTERS PROGRAMS.
HR143
URGING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO CREATE A PLAN FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MARITIME COLLEGE AND TO ESTABLISH A MARITIME COLLEGE.
HR144
REQUESTING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA COLLEGE OF TROPICAL AGRICULTURE AND HUMAN RESOURCES TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO EVALUATE UPDATING ITS EXTENSION SITES.
HR145
E HOOKIKINA AKU ANA I KA OIHANA HOONAAUAO I KA APONO ANA I KOMIKE E HOOPUKA ANA I KA HOOLALA E HIKI AI KE KA ANA IA MA KA HOOULU ANA I KE AO OLELO HAWAII I NA HAUMANA A PAU LOA.
HR146
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT TO ESTABLISH A WORKING GROUP TO EXAMINE ISSUES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVEMENT IN RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES.
HR147
URGING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO DEVELOP AND ENFORCE NON-SEX SEGREGATED DRESS CODES FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL FORMAL EVENTS.
HR148
REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT A COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT AUDIT OF THE DIVISION OF BOATING AND OCEAN RECREATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
HR149
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE NUMBER OF PUBLIC SCHOOL PLAYGROUNDS THAT INCLUDE PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT ACCESSIBLE TO STUDENTS WITH PHYSICAL, INTELLECTUAL, OR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES.
HR152
URGING THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION AND HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO TAKE ANY ACTIONS NECESSARY TO ESTABLISH AN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER AT LANAI AIRPORT.
HR153
URGING THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES TO PERMANENTLY CANCEL RIMPAC EXERCISES IN HAWAII.
HR154 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS TO CONDUCT A STUDY THAT EVALUATES POSSIBLE METHODS OF FLOOD REMEDIATION AND FLOOD AVERSION FOR CERTAIN AREAS OF THE ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
HR155
STRONGLY URGING THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES TO ADOPT A FORMAL ETHICS CODE FOR THE JUSTICES.
HR156
REQUESTING THE HAWAI‘I TOBACCO QUITLINE TO MAKE PERMANENTLY VISIBLE ON EACH PAGE OF ITS WEBSITE INFORMATION PERTAINING TO THE AVAILABILITY OF TRANSLATION SERVICES UPON REQUEST.
HR157
REQUESTING THE VARIOUS STATE DEPARTMENTS TO REEXAMINE THEIR WORK FROM HOME POLICIES TO ALLOW GREATER FLEXIBILITY TO WORK FROM HOME.
HR159
REQUESTING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, TO PRODUCE A REPORT ON INCREASING ACCESS TO TUTORING SERVICES WITHIN AND OUTSIDE OF HAWAII'S K-12 PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
HR160
URGING RETAIL STORES AND PHARMACIES DOING BUSINESS IN THE STATE TO ADOPT A POLICY ON A NATIONAL AND LOCAL LEVEL GUARANTEEING AN INDIVIDUAL'S UNHINDERED ACCESS TO ALL UNITED STATES FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION-APPROVED CONTRACEPTIVES.
HR163
URGING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU'S CRISIS OUTREACH RESPONSE AND ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM TO PROVIDE REGULAR CARE AND SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS IN THE CENTRAL OAHU, NORTH SHORE, LEEWARD, AND WINDWARD REGIONS OF OAHU ON A REGULAR ROTATING SCHEDULE.
HR164
URGING THE MAYOR OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, HONOLULU CITY COUNCIL, AND HONOLULU AUTHORITY FOR RAPID TRANSPORTATION TO FIND A MEANS TO FUND THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE PARK-AND-RIDE GARAGE AT WAIAWA STATION AND URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SERVICES OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO ESTABLISH ADDITIONAL TRANSIT SERVICES BETWEEN CENTRAL OAHU AND WAIAWA STATION.
HR173 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO PERFORM A STUDY TO DETERMINE IF THE GOVERNMENT AS A WHOLE IS ADEQUATELY ALLOCATING FUNDING FOR EACH REGION OF OAHU FOR HOMELESS SERVICES.
HR175 HD1
URGING THE BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO ESTABLISH A TASK FORCE TO PREPARE A FEASIBILITY PLAN FOR THE TRANSITION OF THE MANAGEMENT OF THE MAKUA MILITARY RESERVATION TO THE STATE FROM THE UNITED STATES ARMY UPON THE EXPIRATION OF GENERAL LEASE NUMBER S-3848.
HR176
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION, TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF PERMITTING THE SALE OF AERIAL FIREWORKS AND IMPOSING A TAX ON THE SALE OF AERIAL FIREWORKS.
HR177
URGING THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE OFFICE OF ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE SOCIAL AND SAFETY IMPACTS OF GEOTAGGING.
HR178
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS, TO CONDUCT A FEASIBILITY STUDY ON PROVIDING TAX BREAKS TO INDIVIDUALS WHO SELL PROPERTY TO NATIVE HAWAIIANS ON THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS WAITLIST.
HR179
URGING THE STATE OF HAWAII, CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, FEDERAL ENTITIES, AND PRIVATE LAND OWNERS TO WORK TOGETHER TO IMMEDIATELY OPEN THE SECTION OF THE WAIANAE COAST EMERGENCY ACCESS ROAD EXTENDING PAAKEA ROAD OUT TO LUALUALEI NAVAL ROAD FOR PUBLIC USE ON A PERMANENT BASIS.
HR181
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO DESIGNATE KUNIA, LEILEHUA PLATEAU, AND POAMOHO AS THE CENTRAL OAHU AGRICULTURAL CORRIDOR AND TO ESTABLISH A LIST PRIORITIZING POTENTIAL AGRICULTURAL INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS THAT WOULD PROVIDE THE MOST VALUE TO THE STATE.
HR197
URGING THE HAWAI‘I CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION COMMISSION TO DEVELOP A PROACTIVE AND COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNICATION STRATEGY TO EDUCATE HAWAII'S RESIDENTS ABOUT THE HEALTH IMPACTS OF THE CLIMATE CRISIS.
HR198
URGING THE GOVERNOR AND STATE DEPARTMENTS TO INVESTIGATE OPPORTUNITIES PROVIDED BY THE DIRECT PAY PROVISION IN THE INFLATION REDUCTION ACT THAT ALLOWS FOR DIRECT PAYMENT OF CLEAN ENERGY INCENTIVES TO STATE GOVERNMENT ENTITIES FOR THE COST OF INSTALLING SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS IN STATE FACILITIES.
HR200
REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR OF THE COURTS OF THE HAWAII STATE JUDICIARY TO COLLECT, COMPILE, AND SHARE DATA ON THE ASSESSMENT OF FEES, COURT COSTS, FINES, AND RESTITUTION IN CASES AGAINST MINORS.
HR201 HD1
URGING THE GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN TO HALT ITS PLANS TO DUMP WASTEWATER FROM THE FUKUSHIMA-DAIICHI NUCLEAR POWER PLANT INTO THE PACIFIC OCEAN.
HR204
URGING THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES TO PUBLISH THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT AS THE TWENTY-EIGHTH AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
HR205
REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT A SUNRISE ANALYSIS ON MANDATING PARITY IN VITRO FERTILIZATION HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE.
HR207
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES' MED-QUEST DIVISION TO TAKE STEPS NECESSARY TO ENSURE THAT ADEQUATE PROVIDER RATES ARE ESTABLISHED FOR APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS SERVICES.
HR208
REQUESTING THE HAWAII STATE CENTER FOR NURSING TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO STUDY THE POTENTIAL IMPACTS TO THE STATE OF JOINING THE MULTI-STATE NURSE LICENSURE COMPACT.