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House District 8
Hawi, Hala‘ula, Waimea, Makahalau, Waiki‘i, Waikoloa, Kawaihae, Mahukona
Room: 442
Phone: 808-586-8510
Fax: 808-586-8514
[email protected]
David Tarnas currently serves as the representative of House District 8, which includes all of North and South Kohala Districts and the communities of Niuli‘i, Hawi, Kapa‘au, Kawaihae, Waimea, Waiki‘i, and Waikoloa.

For the 2023 legislative session, Rep. Tarnas serves as the Chair of the Hawai'i State House Committee on Judiciary and Hawaiian Affairs. As Chair, Rep. Tarnas works to pass legislation that upholds the State's judicial standards and advances the status of the Native Hawaiian people and culture. He previously served as the Chair of the House Committee on Water and Land, where he passed legislation critical to the environmental sustainability of Hawai'i.

Returning to the State House after twenty years, Rep. Tarnas was elected in 2018 and now is in his third term as a returning State Representative, previously having served as the State Representative for Kohala and Kona from 1994-1998. He has lived in the district for over 36 years.

Rep. Tarnas and his wife, Carolyn Stewart, raised two children in Waimea, one of whom is currently a public health graduate student and the other is a planetary scientist working in the private space industry. Rep. Tarnas is a professional environmental planner with a local firm that he and his wife Carolyn formed to provide community planning, natural resource management, watershed management planning, impact analysis, permitting, compliance monitoring, reporting, government and community relations. For more than two decades, Rep. Tarnas has worked as a planning consultant and meeting facilitator on projects in Hawai'i to develop harbors, highways, farms, ranches, fishponds, and forest plantations, as well as scientific research facilities and renewable energy projects.

Rep. Tarnas is co-author of the Hawai'i Ocean Resources Management Plan (1990), co-founding board member of Malama Kai Foundation, former UH Sea Grant Extension Agent for West Hawai'i, and author of Act 306, the 1998 law which created the West Hawai'i Regional Fishery Management Area. Over his career, Rep. Tarnas has served in the past as a member of the Hawai'i County Agriculture Advisory Commission, member of the Community Advisory Group for the U.S. Army Garrison - Hawai'i Pōhakuloa Training Area, and as Hawai'i County Chairman of the Democratic Party of Hawai'i; and is currently a member of the Waikoloa Community Leadership Council and Waimea Community Association.


March 30, 2023

January 1, 2023 Brandy Nālani McDougall Selected New Hawaiʻi State Poet Laureate



Brandy Nālani McDougall has been selected as the next Hawaiʻi State Poet Laureate (HSPL) as part of the new collaborative initiative between Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities, State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, and the Hawaiʻi State Public Library System. She will be the second Hawaiʻi State Poet Laureate, succeeding Kealoha (2012-2022).

Click here for more.
May 26, 2022

New law supports traditional kalo cultivation



On Wednesday, May 25, Governor Ige signed House Bill 1768 into law. I introduced HB 1768 this year to address the legal hurdles faced by kalo farmers seeking to exercise traditional and customary cultivation practices. The bill passed with the committed advocacy of the kalo farming community on Kaua'i, support from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, and legal guidance from the University of Hawai'i Native Hawaiian Law Clinic and Ka Huli Au Center of Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law.

The new law exempts farmers practicing traditional kalo cultivation from State water leasing requirements. You can read more about this legislation and its impact, as reported in The Garden Island, by clicking HERE.
May 20, 2022

Community engagement process to guide plans for Pololu Valley Trailhead & Lookout



Courtesy: DLNR, 2021
With $500,000 of State Capital Improvement Project funds secured during the 2019 Legislative Session, the Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) will begin a community engagement process to inform planning for the future of the Pololu Valley Trailhead and Lookout. The planning and design for trail restoration, restrooms, and parking will determine potential solutions to address public health, safety, and environmental issues resulting from the area's overuse by visitors and lack of appropriate facilities. Please see the recent articles from KHON and Civil Beat for more details.
May 5, 2022

2022 Legislative Session a "Banner Year"


The 2022 Legislative Session has adjourned in what former Governor John Waihe'e called a "banner year, a billion-dollar year" for Native Hawaiians, and what advocates have recognized as a groundbreaking session for State investments in workers, families, natural resources, and fiscal security.

An article from Big Island Now reports the session's highlights along with perspectives from legislators, the Governor, and advocates.

For the full list of bills approved in the 2022 session, please click here.
April 27, 2022

$3.2M CIP funds released for Hapuna Beach Park improvements

On Monday, April 24, Governor David Ige announced the disbursement of $4.5 million in State Capital Improvement Project funds to finance improvements at Hawai'i's State Parks. Hāpuna Beach State Recreation Area received $3.2 million of the funds which will go a long way to repair and upgrade the potable and irrigation water system at the park. With these upgrades, par to plan, design, and construct the replacement of the park's potable and irrigation water infrastructure. Hāpuna is a treasure for our community, island, and State. Mahalo to the legislature, the Governor, and the Division of State Parks for supporting this project.

The full press release can be found here.
April 14, 2022

CIP funds released for Puakō sewer system

Today Governor David Ige announced the release of $1.5 million in State Capital Improvement Project (CIP) funds to support the planning and design of a sewer system in Puakō, Hawaii. This project has been a top priority of mine for more than 25 years, dating back to my first term as a State Representative in 1994-1998. My goal in securing these public funds is to protect the Puakō nearshore area's water quality and coral reefs, both of which are extremely valuable to our community.

The full press release can be found here.
March 11, 2022

10-million-gallon water reservoir pump storage in Lālāmilo receives CIP funding

Governor David Ige announced the release of $8.75 million in state Capital Improvement Project (CIP) funds on March 10 to help fund the construction of a 10-million-gallon water reservoir for the Lālāmilo water system. This project will assist the Department of Water Supply, the County of Hawai'i, and the State of Hawai'i in achieving their shared goal of a more sustainable and resilient future, thanks to this significant investment of CIP funds.  

The full press release can be found here.
March 11, 2022

Congratulations to Judge Darien W.L. Ching Nagata



I would like to congratulate Judge Darien W.L. Ching Nagata of the Third Circuit District Family Court for winning the Hawaii Women L awyers' Outstanding Judicial Achievement Award for 2021. I was grateful for the opportunity to join other legislators and the Hawaii Women Lawyers for the award ceremony on International Women's Day, March 8.

Click here to see the Hawaii Women Lawyers 2020/2021 Awards recipients.
February 28, 2022

February 2022 Legislative Update



In this newsletter, I discuss priority bills that I have introduced and co-sponsored this session that are being reviewed by the Legislature. I also highlight priority bills that were approved by the Water and Land Committee.

Please click here to view the newsletter.
January 27, 2022

State CIP Funds Released for Kanu O Ka 'Āina New Century Public Charter School

On Monday, January 24, Governor David Ige released $1.8 million in State Capital Improvement Project funds to finish a multifunctional building at Kanu o Ka 'Āina New Century Public Charter School. The 2021 Legislature appropriated these funds to cover design, construction, and equipment for the facility. The school kitchen will increase the Waimea community’s resilience by enhancing capacity to provide fresh and nutritious food to students who need it the most. To read more about this project, please click here.
January 20, 2022

State investment in firefighting a top priority in 2022 Legislative Session


Courtesy: DLNR, 2021

In recent decades, wildland fires in Hawaii have increased fourfold, posing a major challenge for fire prevention, suppression, and postfire restoration. This legislative session, the Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Forestry and Wildlife is requesting $1.1 million in State funds to support its wildfire program, including hiring 19 additional firefighters, contracting with helicopter operations, and investing in vital equipment upgrades. Rep. Tarnas discusses this top funding priority in a Civil Beat article here.
July 2021

Legislature makes significant progress to protect natural and cultural resources

A total of 239 bills passed by the 2021 Legislature have now become law, with the Department of Land and Natural Resources calling 2021 a "banner year" for new legislation to promote natural and cultural resource protection. Governor Ige held signing ceremonies to celebrate the enactment of 9 bills as part of a package focused on marine resource protection (watch) and seven bills as part of a package to support the State's sustainability (watch). Significant measures included new steps to allow adaptive management of public trust resources; develop funding sources to enhance resource enforcement and conservation programs; promote sustainable fisheries; support reforestation and green jobs; and more. DLNR's press statement and an accompanying video interview with Chair Tarnas provide more details about how this new legislation will support the State's natural and cultural resource management goals.


May 4, 2021

Live at the Legislature features Water and Land Committee highlights



I joined 'Olelo Community Media and Representative Bob McDermott for a recap of the 2021 Legislative Session for the House Committee on Water and Land. Please view the briefing here.
April 30, 2021

2021 Legislative Session Adjourns Sine Die



The State Legislature has concluded the 2021 session with the successful passage of over 200 measures addressing public health, environmental protection, and a sustainable reopening of the economy. Please read my update and summary of highlights of the 2021 legislative session here.
April 12, 2021

HB243 addresses sea level rise

A Honolulu Star Advertiser article examines HB243, a measure that I introduced this session that addresses the impact of sea level rise on public infrastructure and requires the Office of Planning to identify facilities vulnerable to sea level rise, flooding impacts and natural hazards, assess options to mitigate impacts to these facilities, and submit annual reports to the Governor, Legislature and the Hawaii Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Commission.

Legislation addressing this issue is especially timely due to the $2 trillion infrastructure plan recently introduced by President Biden which could help Hawaii with its coastal infrastructure problems. Having a State plan that specifically addresses these infrastructure issues is an important step towards securing federal funding for these areas of concern. To read the full article and to learn more about this issue, please click here.

Having passed out of both the House and Senate with amendments, HB243 now goes to Conference Committee, where legislators from both chambers will need to come to an agreement on a final version for the bill to become law. To learn more about the bill, check the status of this measure, and read previously submitted testimony, please visit the bill status page here.
March 22, 2021

Talk Story with House Majority



Last week, I joined House Majority Leader Della Au Belatti, and DLNR Chair Suzanne D. Case for Talk Story with House Majority, an 'Ōlelo Community Media live broadcast. I shared information about the House Water and Land Committee's work this legislative session, and we discussed other important issues related to Hawai'i's natural resources. To watch the full video, please click here.
March 15, 2021

HB247 addresses agricultural land challenges



A Civil Beat article examines the impact of "fake farms" on Hawaii's agricultural industry and cites HB247, a measure that I introduced this session, as one initiative addressing the challenges Hawaii's farmers face. To read the full article and learn more about this issue, please click here.

HB247 adopts the recommendations of the State Office of Planning to address the construction of housing developments on lands zoned for agriculture. To learn more about the bill, check the status of this measure, and read testimony, please visit the bill status page here.
February 23, 2021

The Legislature Passes First Lateral Deadline

February 19, 2021 was the State House's First Lateral deadline. By this date, House Bills need to have received a hearing and been passed by the second-to-last subject matter committee to which they were referred.

As Chair of the House Committee on Water and Land, I am responsible for considering legislation on  a range of issues related to Hawai'i's land, water, fisheries, and marine resources. My legislative priorities for the Water and Land Committee this session include integrating sustainability into State land use decision making, adapting to climate change, managing sustainable fisheries, and combatting invasive species. 

A total of 160 House bills were referred to the Water and Land Committee this session. We held hearings for 79 House Bills and passed 64 bills before the First Lateral deadline. Those bills are now being considered by their final subject matter committee. Bills which are approved by their final committee and pass Third Reading in the House before March 11 will then cross over for consideration in the Senate. The House Water and Land Committee will also consider legislation that has been passed by the Senate and sent to the House.

To view a full list of bills have been passed by the Water and Land Committee this session, click here. To learn more about the legislative process and upcoming deadlines, please visit the Public Access Room website here.

I encourage you to subscribe to my e-newsletter for up-to-date information regarding the session as well as key community events and resources. Please also feel free to reach out to my office with your questions and input.


January 19, 2021

2021 Legislative Session Begins

On January 20, 2021, the Hawai'i State Legislature will convene for the 31st legislative session. This legislative session, we face new challenges as we address the devastating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic  and consider legislation to best serve Hawaiʻi. As a State Representative and as Chair of the House Committee on Water and Land, I look forward to working on important issues that affect our state.

Due to COVID-19, the Capitol remains closed to the public. As a result, the Legislature has developed  an improved system to allow testifiers to provide live video testimony remotely, in addition to written testimony. This change provides more opportunities for you to get involved in the legislative process  without having to travel to the Capitol. For detailed instructions on how to testify remotely, please click here.

I encourage you to engage in the legislative process this session. For more information on how to create a personal account, track legislation, access committee hearings online, and more, please visit the Public Access Room website here , email [email protected], or call (808) 587-0478

As the House District 7 representative, I'm always grateful to hear from district residents and members of the community. Please feel free to contact my office with any questions or input that you may have.


April 21, 2020

Legislative Office Remains Operational During COVID-19 Crisis

During the legislature's suspension to curb the spread of COVID-19, Rep. Tarnas and his staff continue to work remotely to serve House District 7 and our community. The best way to reach us during this time is via email. We are also regularly checking messages left on the office phone and will return your call.

Please find the latest updates, resources, and information regarding COVID-19 response efforts, legislative matters, and House District 7 in Rep. Tarnas' regular email newsletter. You can sign up to receive these updates here. Mahalo!




March 17, 2020

COVID-19 Update: Legislative Session Suspended Until Further Notice

Beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020, the Legislative Session is suspended until further notice to protect public health and prevent the spread of COVID-19, in light of recommendations of the Centers on Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Hawaii Department of Health (DOH).  The Legislature plans to take up all currently pending legislation upon resuming at a later date.

Rep. Tarnas' office remains open, and he and his team continue to provide updates and respond to constituent concerns.

The public is urged to take action to protect yourself and our community from COVID-19. For the latest official guidance, sign up for daily COVID-19 updates from the Department of Health  here. Accurate, detailed information can also be found online from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention here.

Mahalo!




February 26, 2020

Rep. Tarnas Shares Legislative Updates at Community Meetings

During the Legislature's mid-session recess, Rep. Tarnas shared legislative updates at community meetings in Waimea (Feb. 20), North Kohala (Feb. 24), and Waikoloa (Feb. 25). The handout distributed at the community meetings, available to download here, highlights a selection of bills moving through the Legislature (as of February 19, 2020) on which Rep. Tarnas was the first primary sponsor or a co-sponsor. For more information, please see the February 2020 Legislative Updates.




February 26, 2020

Greenhouse Construction Bill Passes Third Reading in House

HB 2192 HD1, introduced by Representative David Tarnas (North Kona, South Kohala, North Kohala), proposes to increase the maximum area, from 20,000 to 60,000 square feet, for each agricultural shade cloth structure, cold frame or greenhouse that is qualified for an exemption from building permit and building code requirements. View full article from Big Island Now




February 26, 2020

Funds Released for Kohala Hospital Upgrade

State Capital Improvement Project (CIP) funds totaling $175,000 were released to design a centralized administrative and business office, and private employee dining area at Kohala Hospital. View full article from Big Island Now




February 10, 2020

Representative Tarnas' Remarks in HCR37 Hearing


Rep. Tarnas acknowledged testifiers' frustrations and emphasized the importance of appropriate processes that are generated from within the Native Hawaiian community.




February 10, 2020

Rep. Tarnas' Decision-making Statement on HCR37


Rep. Tarnas acknowledged diverse views within the Native Hawaiian community and emphasized the State's responsibility to work with Native Hawaiians to develop a path forward.




January 21, 2020

Supporting ranchers to fight invasive two-lined spittlebug

In a Jan. 14 briefing at the Capitol, Rep. Tarnas listened to legislative priorities from the Hawaii Cattlemen's Council, including funding and research to address the devastating effects of the two-lined spittlebug on Hawaii's beef and milk industry. The two-lined spittlebug saps nutrients from pasture grasses, causing cattle forage to be replaced with other invasive plants. Between 2016 and 2020, the pest has spread to an estimated 150,000 acres of pasture in West Hawaii. View full article from Hawaii News Now




December 2, 2019

Action for coral reefs and climate

Coral bleaching continues across the Hawaiian Islands this fall. Here are some steps we are taking to combat coral reef loss and climate change, and what you can do to help.
View full article online or click here for PDF




April 26, 2019

Legislature approves funding for lifeguards at Kua Bay

Mahalo nui to Rep. Nicole Lowen and others who have supported this bill to increase public safety at Kua Bay.
View full article




February 6, 2019

HB297, Relating to Mosquito Vector Control, passes the Legislature

Rep. Tarnas' bill directs the Department of Agriculture to review using Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes with Wolbachia bacteria for landscape-scale mosquito control.
View full article




June 26, 2019

West Hawaii Regional Fishery Management Area: Two decades of community-based fishery management

In 1998, Rep. Tarnas authored Act 306, which established the West Hawai'i Regional Fishery Management Area for the purpose of effectively managing fishery activities to ensure sustainability, enhance nearshore resources, and minimize conflicts of use. This report provides insights into the status of West Hawaii's marine ecosystems, two decades after this legislation was enacted.
View full article
2024 Committee Member of
 2024 Allowance Report
 Measures Introduced in 2024
Measure and Title
HB14
RELATING TO LAND.
HB15 HD2
RELATING TO REAL PROPERTY LIENS.
HB54 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB55 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB56
RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL PARK LEASES.
HB57 HD1
RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION.
HB58
RELATING TO COMPENSATION BENEFITS.
HB69 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS.
HB77 HD1
RELATING TO TEACHERS.
HB79 HD1
RELATING TO MEDIA LITERACY.
HB80 HD2
RELATING TO AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENTS.
HB169
RELATING TO BEACH PARK RESTORATION.
HB190
RELATING TO SCHOOL BUSES.
HB191 HD1
RELATING TO CLIMATE MITIGATION.
HB193 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO ENERGY-EFFICIENCY PORTFOLIO STANDARDS.
HB195 HD1
RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY.
HB197 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION.
HB203 HD1
RELATING TO CIVIL SERVICE.
HB204
RELATING TO MEASUREMENT STANDARDS.
HB205
RELATING TO MINORS.
HB206
RELATING TO MARRIAGE OF MINORS.
HB215
RELATING TO ANIMAL FUR PRODUCTS.
HB216
RELATING TO FIREWORKS.
HB233 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO A CHILD TAX CREDIT.
HB237
RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB238
RELATING TO MEDICAL CANNABIS.
HB240
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE SERVICES.
HB241
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB243 HD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB244 HD2
RELATING TO CAREER AND TECHNICAL 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.
HB255
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB256
RELATING TO ORGANIC WASTE.
HB260 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB261 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES.
HB262 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB266
RELATING TO THE LABELING OF PRODUCTS.
HB267
RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY'S ‘OLELO HAWAI‘I INITIATIVES.
HB285 HD1
RELATING TO FIRE PREVENTION.
HB303
RELATING TO BEACHES.
HB305 HD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB308 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS.
HB310 HD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE EDUCATION.
HB312 HD1
RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB313 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB314 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO FOOD BANKS.
HB317 HD2
RELATING TO YOUTH FEES AND FINES.
HB325
RELATING TO FIREWORKS.
HB328 HD1
RELATING TO CONSERVATION MITIGATION BANKS.
HB390 HD1
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PROMISE PROGRAM.
HB391 HD1
RELATING TO CHILD CARE.
HB393
RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY.
HB394
RELATING TO THE FESTIVAL OF PACIFIC ARTS.
HB395 HD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.
HB397 HD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.
HB400 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB424
RELATING TO AN OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS.
HB425
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB427
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB428
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB429
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB430
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB431
RELATING TO DRUG PARAPHERNALIA.
HB432
RELATING TO APPEALS.
HB433
RELATING TO HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS.
HB434
RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY.
HB435
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL.
HB436
RELATING TO STATE LAW.
HB437
RELATING TO PENAL CODE.
HB438 HD1
RELATING TO YOUTH PROGRAMS.
HB440 HD1
RELATING TO CESSPOOLS.
HB441 HD1
RELATING TO CLIMATE EQUITY.
HB442
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB467 HD2
RELATING TO SOCIAL WORK.
HB470 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO MINORS.
HB474 HD1
RELATING TO THE STATE OF HAWAII MUSEUM OF NATURAL AND CULTURAL HISTORY.
HB492
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB493 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
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.
HB504 HD1
RELATING TO CHILD CARE.
HB520 HD1
RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
HB522 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.
HB536
RELATING TO PROCUREMENT.
HB537 HD2
RELATING TO ELECTRONIC SMOKING DEVICES.
HB538 HD1
RELATING TO RESIDENTIAL REAL PROPERTY.
HB539
RELATING TO MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT INSURANCE.
HB540 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB542 HD2
RELATING TO PROCUREMENT.
HB544 HD1
RELATING TO REGULATION OF IMPORTATION.
HB547 HD1 SD2
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.
HB559
RELATING TO COFFEE LABELING.
HB567 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS.
HB568
RELATING TO INTERIM ADMINISTRATIVE RULES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS.
HB570
RELATING TO NATIVE HAWAIIAN HEALTH.
HB571 HD1
RELATING TO THE KAHO‘OLAWE ISLAND RESERVE COMMISSION.
HB573 SD1
RELATING TO FENTANYL TEST STRIPS.
HB586 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY.
HB587 HD1
RELATING TO WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT.
HB593 HD1
RELATING TO POLICE REPORTS.
HB599
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB603 HD1
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB605 HD1
RELATING TO INFRASTRUCTURE.
HB607 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB609 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB610 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB612 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB616
RELATING TO THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING REVOLVING FUND.
HB617 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO ORAL HEALTH.
HB618
RELATING TO FAMILY.
HB620
RELATING TO SCHOOL MEALS.
HB621
RELATING TO THE DISPOSITION OF WATER RIGHTS.
HB638 HD1
RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB639 HD1
RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB640 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB641
RELATING TO ACUPUNCTURE.
HB642 HD2
RELATING TO CONSUMER PROTECTION.
HB643 HD1
RELATING TO DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICES.
HB644 HD1
RELATING TO THE RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD-TENANT CODE.
HB645
RELATING TO THE MODEL STATE RIGHT-TO-REPAIR LAW.
HB648 HD1
RELATING TO KUPUNA HOUSING.
HB649
RELATING TO THE HAWAII STATE HEALTH INSURANCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.
HB651
RELATING TO CARE FACILITY INSPECTIONS.
HB652 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO CAREGIVERS.
HB653 HD1
RELATING TO HIGHWAYS.
HB655
RELATING TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING.
HB659 HD2
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB662 HD1
RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX.
HB663 HD1
RELATING TO BREAST CANCER SCREENING.
HB664 HD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB666 HD1
RELATING TO THE INTERSTATE MEDICAL LICENSURE COMPACT.
HB667
RELATING TO THE NURSE LICENSURE COMPACT.
HB690 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB691 HD1
RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS TO ASSIST KOHALA MOUNTAIN FISH COMPANY, LLC.
HB693
RELATING TO TELEHEALTH.
HB741 HD1
RELATING TO CIVIC EDUCATION.
HB748 HD2
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB751
RELATING TO JURORS.
HB753 HD1
RELATING TO AN INCOME TAX CREDIT.
HB758 HD1
RELATING TO NATIVE HAWAIIAN TRADITIONAL AND CUSTOMARY FISHING PRACTICES.
HB759
RELATING TO COMMERCIAL FISHING.
HB760 HD1
RELATING TO AQUATIC RESOURCES.
HB783
RELATING TO FIREWORKS.
HB818
RELATING TO HEARING AIDS.
HB824 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO MEDICAL RELEASE.
HB828 HD1
RELATING TO STUDENT TRANSPORTATION.
HB829
RELATING TO COURT-APPOINTED ATTORNEYS.
HB832
RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB833
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB836
RELATING TO THE FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY OF THE HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION.
HB840
RELATING TO REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
HB842
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB843 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB844 HD1
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB846 HD2
RELATING TO TEACHERS.
HB849
RELATING TO ANIMALS.
HB855 HD1
RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX EXEMPTIONS.
HB861
RELATING TO CORRECTIONS.
HB862 HD1
RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY.
HB863
RELATING TO INITIATION OF PROSECUTION.
HB864 HD1
RELATING TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE.
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.
HB880 HD1
RELATING TO POLICING.
HB881
RELATING TO COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES ON BEACHES.
HB882
RELATING TO ADDICTION RECOVERY CARE.
HB885 HD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB886 HD1
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB909 HD1
RELATING TO WATER CONSERVATION.
HB931
RELATING TO MENSTRUAL PRODUCTS.
HB935
RELATING TO HEARING AIDS.
HB936 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB945
RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX.
HB949 HD2
RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY.
HB951 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB952 HD1
RELATING TO NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB962
RELATING TO HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE PROGRAMS.
HB966 HD1
RELATING TO ACCESS TO TREATMENT FOR TERMINALLY ILL PATIENTS.
HB969
RELATING TO EMERGENCY POWERS.
HB1116 HD1
RELATING TO SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY.
HB1117 HD2
RELATING TO TEACHER RENTAL HOUSING.
HB1128 HD2
RELATING TO SUPPORT FOR TRADITIONAL NATIVE SPEAKERS OF HAWAIIAN.
HB1135
RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX.
HB1146 HD1
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1148 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB1149 HD2 SD1
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.
HB1179
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE.
HB1180
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE.
HB1192 HD1
RELATING TO ADVANCING CIVIC ENGAGEMENT.
HB1201 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO NOISE POLLUTION.
HB1202 HD1
RELATING TO PAID SICK LEAVE.
HB1203 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1204 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO PUBLIC EDUCATION.
HB1216
RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB1217 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO MEDICAL CANNABIS.
HB1218
RELATING TO MEDICAL CANNABIS.
HB1219 HD1
RELATING TO CANNABIS FOR MEDICAL USE.
HB1242
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB1248 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM INCENTIVES.
HB1260 HD1
RELATING TO ADDRESS CONFIDENTIALITY.
HB1261 HD2
RELATING TO SPECIAL PURPOSE DIGITAL CURRENCY LICENSURE.
HB1264
RELATING TO NURSES.
HB1268 HD1
RELATING TO AQUACULTURE.
HB1279
RELATING TO BAIL.
HB1303 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO WATER CONSERVATION.
HB1327 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO TAX CREDITS.
HB1328 HD1
RELATING TO CHARTER SCHOOLS.
HB1330 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO SCHOOL BUS SERVICES.
HB1331 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1335
RELATING TO ARRESTS.
HB1336 HD2
RELATING TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM.
HB1337
RELATING TO PSILOCYBIN.
HB1341 HD1
RELATING TO MEDICAID.
HB1343 HD1
RELATING TO REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE ACCESS.
HB1345 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1346
RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE EIGHTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT.
HB1348 HD2
RELATING TO LABELING OF MACADAMIA NUTS.
HB1370 HD1
RELATING TO THE STATE ARCHIVES.
HB1374 HD1
RELATING TO THE COUNTIES.
HB1377
RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB1383 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB1385 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS.
HB1388
RELATING TO THE TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX.
HB1398 HD1
RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING.
HB1404 HD1
RELATING TO THE COMMUNITY COURT OUTREACH PROJECT.
HB1406 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB1408 HD3 SD1
RELATING TO DIGITAL EQUITY.
HB1409 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO EMPLOYEE BENEFITS.
HB1410 HD1
RELATING TO DEPOSIT BEVERAGE CONTAINERS.
HB1420
RELATING TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT IMPROVEMENTS IN THE COUNTY OF HAWAII.
HB1423
RELATING TO ELECTRONIC SMOKING DEVICES.
HB1425
RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB1427
RELATING TO REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE.
HB1428
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE.
HB1430 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO.
HB1441
RELATING TO REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE.
HB1442 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO REHABILITATION.
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.
HB1529 HD2
RELATING TO BURIAL COUNCILS.
HB1534 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1537 HD2
PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES VIII AND X OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO AUTHORIZE THE LEGISLATURE TO ESTABLISH A SURCHARGE ON RESIDENTIAL INVESTMENT PROPERTY TO INCREASE FUNDING FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION.
HB1538
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
HB1539 HD1
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
HB1540
RELATING TO SCHOOL MEALS.
HB1541
RELATING TO SUICIDE PREVENTION AND AWARENESS MONTH.
HB1563
RELATING TO TOBACCO PRODUCTS.
HB1564
RELATING TO STATEWIDE FIRE HELICOPTERS.
HB1565 HD1
RELATING TO CONDOMINIUMS.
HB1566 HD1
RELATING TO CONSUMER HEALTH DATA.
HB1593 HD1
RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB1594 HD1
RELATING TO INTOXICATING LIQUOR.
HB1595 HD1
RELATING TO EXPUNGEMENT.
HB1596 HD1
RELATING TO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES.
HB1597 HD1
RELATING TO OPEN MEETINGS.
HB1598 HD1
RELATING TO THE SUNSHINE LAW.
HB1599 HD1
RELATING TO THE SUNSHINE LAW.
HB1600 HD1
RELATING TO OPEN MEETINGS.
HB1601
RELATING TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM.
HB1602 HD1
RELATING TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM.
HB1603
RELATING TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM.
HB1604 HD1
RELATING TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM.
HB1605
RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB1606
RELATING TO ARRANGEMENT OF CANDIDATE NAMES ON BALLOTS.
HB1607
RELATING TO ALGORITHMIC DISCRIMINATION.
HB1608 HD2
RELATING TO THE OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC DEFENDER.
HB1609 HD1
RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB1610
RELATING TO PUBLIC RECORDS.
HB1611 HD2
RELATING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.
HB1614 HD1
RELATING TO TEACHERS.
HB1615 HD1
RELATING TO CAMPUS SAFETY.
HB1616 HD1
RELATING TO FIRE ALARMS.
HB1626
RELATING TO A PROBATION COMPLIANCE CREDITS PROGRAM.
HB1629 HD1
RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY.
HB1630 HD1
RELATING TO URBAN DEVELOPMENT.
HB1648 HD1
RELATING TO SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY.
HB1649 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1651 HD2
RELATING TO THE SAFETY OF EDUCATIONAL WORKERS.
HB1652 HD1
RELATING TO TAX CREDITS.
HB1653 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1654 HD2
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1655 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1656 HD1
RELATING TO SCHOOL BUS SERVICES.
HB1657 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1658
RELATING TO FAMILY LEAVE.
HB1659
RELATING TO PAID SICK LEAVE.
HB1662 HD1
RELATING TO A CHILD TAX CREDIT.
HB1663
RELATING TO EXPUNGEMENT OF CRIMINAL RECORDS.
HB1664 HD1
RELATING TO PUBLIC CORRUPTION.
HB1674 HD1
RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FINANCE.
HB1675 HD1
RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX.
HB1688 HD2
RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB1767 HD1
RELATING TO SCHOOL BUS SERVICES.
HB1773 HD1
RELATING TO DEMENTIA.
HB1774 HD2
RELATING TO MISSING PERSONS.
HB1776 HD2
RELATING TO THE HOUSEHOLD AND DEPENDENT CARE SERVICES TAX CREDIT.
HB1777 HD1
RELATING TO DENTAL HYGIENISTS.
HB1778 HD2
RELATING TO TOBACCO PRODUCTS.
HB1779 HD2
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB1795 HD1
RELATING TO COMMUNITY COLLEGE.
HB1797
RELATING TO STUDENT TRANSPORTATION.
HB1826 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS.
HB1827 HD2
RELATING TO HEALTHCARE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT.
HB1828 HD1
RELATING TO ENERGY-EFFICIENCY PORTFOLIO STANDARDS.
HB1829 HD1
RELATING TO ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE.
HB1830 HD2
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB1831 HD1
RELATING TO CRISIS INTERVENTION.
HB1832 HD1
RELATING TO HIRING.
HB1833 HD1
RELATING TO THE RENTAL HOUSING REVOLVING FUND.
HB1834 HD1
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES.
HB1835 HD1
RELATING TO DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT.
HB1836 HD2
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1837 HD1
RELATING TO SCHOOL SAFETY.
HB1838 HD2
RELATING TO ZONING.
HB1839 HD2
RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB1840 HD2
RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB1841 HD2
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB1842 HD1
RELATING TO FIRE PREVENTION.
HB1843 HD2
RELATING TO FIRE PROTECTION.
HB1844 HD1
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB1892 HD2
RELATING TO CESSPOOLS.
HB1893
RELATING TO CESSPOOL CONVERSIONS.
HB1894
RELATING TO CESSPOOLS.
HB1900 HD1
RELATING TO HYDROLOGIC DATA COLLECTION.
HB1902 HD1
RELATING TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.
HB1903 HD1
RELATING TO EARLY LEARNING.
HB1905
RELATING TO PUBLIC HOUSING.
HB1921 HD1
RELATING TO MOBILE VACCINATIONS.
HB1931
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB1933 HD1
RELATING TO SOBRIETY CHECKS.
HB1944 HD2
RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION.
HB1945 HD1
RELATING TO A LEAVE CASH-OUT PROGRAM.
HB1947 HD1
RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.
HB1950
RELATING TO KIMCHI DAY.
HB1951
RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE EIGHTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT.
HB1952 HD1
RELATING TO MEDICAL CANNABIS.
HB1953 HD1
RELATING TO THE PENAL CODE.
HB1954 HD1
RELATING TO THE COMMUNITY OUTREACH COURT.
HB1955 HD1
RELATING TO THE SPECIAL LAND AND DEVELOPMENT FUND.
HB1956 HD1
RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
HB1964 HD2
RELATING TO EARLY CHILD CARE.
HB1965
RELATING TO ABUSIVE LITIGATION.
HB1966
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE.
HB1967 HD1
RELATING TO THE HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIM SERVICES FUND.
HB1968 HD2
RELATING TO SEXUAL ABUSE OF MINORS.
HB1971
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB1972 HD1
RELATING TO ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERIES.
HB1974 HD1
RELATING TO SOCIAL SERVICES.
HB1980 HD1
RELATING TO ANIMAL CRUELTY.
HB2001 HD1
RELATING TO RESTORATIVE AQUACULTURE.
HB2003 HD1
RELATING TO MENSTRUAL PRODUCTS.
HB2004
RELATING TO A LEAVE GRANT PROGRAM.
HB2014
RELATING TO HARASSMENT.
HB2029 HD2
RELATING TO HISTORIC PRESERVATION REVIEWS.
HB2030
RELATING TO SCHOOL IMPACT FEES.
HB2031
RELATING TO GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES.
HB2042 HD1
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB2044
RELATING TO THE HAWAII BROADBAND AND DIGITAL EQUITY OFFICE.
HB2058 HD1
RELATING TO DANGEROUS DOGS.
HB2074 HD2
RELATING TO KAIAPUNI EDUCATION.
HB2076
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS.
HB2080
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 1, SECTION 23, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION RELATING TO MARRIAGE.
HB2090 HD1
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB2102
RELATING TO ELECTRIC UTILITIES.
HB2103 HD2
RELATING TO LONG DURATION CLEAN ENERGY STORAGE.
HB2104 HD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII INVASIVE SPECIES COUNCIL.
HB2105 HD1
RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY.
HB2113 HD1
RELATING TO PHARMACY.
HB2127 HD1
RELATING TO MEAT PROCESSING.
HB2129
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB2130 HD1
RELATING TO SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS.
HB2131 HD2
RELATING TO THE TWO-LINED SPITTLEBUG.
HB2133 HD1
RELATING TO INVASIVE SPECIES.
HB2134 HD2
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB2138 HD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION.
HB2140 HD2
RELATING TO ORNAMENTAL GINGER.
HB2143 HD1
RELATING TO BEACH PARK RESTORATION.
HB2158
RELATING TO THE NURSE LICENSURE COMPACT.
HB2160
RELATING TO DISABILITY HEALTH DISPARITY.
HB2174 HD2
RELATING TO SEARCH AND RESCUE.
HB2178
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB2181 HD1
RELATING TO THE SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.
HB2186 HD1
RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB2191 HD1
RELATING TO FERAL ANIMALS.
HB2192 HD1
RELATING TO CEMETERIES.
HB2193 HD1
RELATING TO FIREWORKS.
HB2194
RELATING TO HEALTH INSURANCE.
HB2215 HD1
RELATING TO MEDICAID.
HB2216 HD2
RELATING TO CARE HOMES.
HB2217 HD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB2218 HD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT.
HB2230 HD1
RELATING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.
HB2233
RELATING TO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT.
HB2234 HD1
RELATING TO CIVIL LEGAL SERVICES.
HB2240 HD1
RELATING TO HAWAII EDUCATOR LOANS.
HB2254 HD1
RELATING TO EMPLOYEES.
HB2256
RELATING TO SCHOOL MEALS.
HB2257
RELATING TO PUBLIC EDUCATION.
HB2261 HD2
RELATING TO HISTORIC PRESERVATION.
HB2278 HD2
RELATING TO LABELING OF MACADAMIA NUTS.
HB2284
RELATING TO THE HAWAII ABLE SAVINGS PROGRAM.
HB2287
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB2297 HD1
RELATING TO GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS.
HB2298 HD1
RELATING TO CONSUMER PROTECTION.
HB2514 HD1
RELATING TO TEACHER HOUSING.
HB2531
RELATING TO WORKPLACE SAFETY.
HB2539 HD1
RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES.
HB2548 HD3
RELATING TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS.
HB2549 HD1
RELATING TO MAUI'S PERMANENT HOUSING RECOVERY.
HB2552 HD1
RELATING TO EMPLOYEE BENEFITS.
HB2553 HD2
RELATING TO PHARMACISTS.
HB2560
RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB2563 HD2
RELATING TO THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY.
HB2572 HD1
RELATING TO TEACHER LOANS.
HB2575
RELATING TO CONSTRUCTION WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT.
HB2590 HD1
RELATING TO FOOD SECURITY.
HB2599
RELATING TO FISHERIES.
HB2600
RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB2605
RELATING TO TEACHER LOANS.
HB2617 HD1
RELATING TO AQUACULTURE.
HB2618 HD1
RELATING TO AQUACULTURE.
HB2619 HD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL BIOSECURITY.
HB2622 HD1
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB2623
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB2625
RELATING TO CONTESTED CASES.
HB2626 HD1
RELATING TO FISHPONDS.
HB2628
RELATING TO REHABILITATION.
HB2630 HD2
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT.
HB2631
RELATING TO AQUACULTURE.
HB2642 HD2
RELATING TO EVICTION MEDIATION.
HB2650 HD2
RELATING TO INVASIVE SPECIES.
HB2661 HD1
RELATING TO TEACHERS.
HB2666
RELATING TO CIVIL RIGHTS.
HB2667
RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB2668
RELATING TO INCARCERATION ALTERNATIVES.
HB2669
RELATING TO CONSTITUTIONAL MATTERS.
HB2672 HD1
RELATING TO LITTLE FIRE ANTS.
HB2676
RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
HB2682
RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE COLLEGE REVOLVING FUND AND THE HAWAIIAN EARLY LEARNING TRUST FUND.
HB2683 HD1
RELATING TO ACCESS TO LEARNING.
HB2684 HD2
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO.
HB2690 HD2
RELATING TO WATER.
HB2691
RELATING TO THE RED HILL REMEDIATION AUTHORITY.
HB2692 HD1
RELATING TO THE MAUNA KEA STEWARDSHIP AND OVERSIGHT AUTHORITY.
HB2704
RELATING TO ETHICS.
HB2711
RELATING TO CONSERVATION MITIGATION BANKS.
HB2712 HD1
RELATING TO AUTISM.
HB2720 HD3
RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING.
HB2739 HD1
RELATING TO ENERGY ASSISTANCE.
HB2740
RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB2742 HD1
RELATING TO THE LANDLORD-TENANT CODE.
HB2743 HD2
RELATING TO WASTEWATER.
HB2748 HD2
RELATING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.
HB2754 HD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB2757 HD1
RELATING TO PAID FAMILY LEAVE.
HB2758 HD2
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB2759 HD2
RELATING TO SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH SERVICES.
HB2771 HD1
RELATING TO FOOD SECURITY.
HB2805 HD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB2806 HD2
RELATING TO OPIOID LITIGATION PROCEEDS.
HB2807
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES.
HCR3
URGING EACH COUNTY TO ESTABLISH AN EMERGENCY ZONING CODE FOR POST-DISASTER USE.
HCR4
REQUESTING HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO AMEND THE WILDLAND FIRE PROTECTION AGREEMENT TO ALLOW HAWAII TO JOIN AS A MEMBER.
HCR5
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.
HCR6
URGING THE MEMBERS OF HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO MONITOR THE ALLIANCE FOR HIPPOCRATIC MEDICINE V. U.S. FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION AND TAKE ACTION TO LIMIT THE CASE FROM FURTHER RESTRICTING ACCESS TO SAFE ABORTION OPTIONS.
HR1
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.