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House District 28
Sand Island, Iwilei, Chinatown
Room: 425
Phone: 808-586-6180
Fax: 808-586-6189
[email protected]
Representative Daniel Holt is dedicated to making the community, where he was born and raised, as well as the entire State of Hawai'i, a better place to live for all its residents. He is privileged to represent House District 28, which encompasses Palama, Sand Island, Iwilei, and Chinatown and currently serves as the Chairman of the Committee on Economic Development.

Representative Holt is also a member of the House Committees on Judiciary & Hawaiian Affairs and the Committee on Tourism. Since Representative Holt’s first term as a legislator, he has taken a strong stance against crime and continues to advocate for increased funding for social services who assist our most vulnerable populations. Now in his fourth term as an elected official, he continues to be committed to fighting for safer communities for the people of Hawai'i and advocate for Native Hawaiians as Co-Chair of the Native Hawaiian Caucus.

Daniel is a graduate of the Kapālama Campus of Kamehameha Schools and later furthered his education at the University of the Pacific where he earned a Bachelor's of Science in Business Administration.

The Holt 'Ohana has been deeply rooted in the Kalihi-Palama community for three generations. His father is former Hawai'i State Legislator Milton Holt, who represented Kapālama, Kalihi, 'Alewa Heights, and Chinatown as both a Representative and Senator between 1978 to 1996. Representative Daniel Holt is a member of the Kalihi-Palama Hawaiian Civic Club and formerly served as the Chairman of the Kalihi - Palama Neighborhood Board.

After returning home from college, Daniel worked at Horizon Lines (now PASHA) for a couple of years before beginning his journey at the legislature. Representative Holt held many positions in the legislature including bills researcher for the Senate Ways and Means Committee, legislative aide to late Senator Gilbert Kahele, committee clerk the Senate Special Committee on Accountability, legislative director in the Senate President's office and in 2014, he was appointed by the Hawai'i State Senate to serve as the Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms. These prior experiences give Daniel a unique perspective on the legislative process which allows him to serve his constituents more effectively and efficiently.
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (Present/Prior):
• Palama Settlement – Outreach Coordinator
• Kalihi-Palama Neighborhood Board No. 15 - Chairman
• King Kamehameha Hawaiian Civic Club - Member/Board of Director
• Kalihi-Palama Hawaiian Civic Club - Member
• Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce - Member
• Pa'i Foundation - Volunteer
• I9 Youth Sports - Referee
• District # 29 Chair - Democratic Party of Hawai'i


January 26, 2023

Over $1 billion was appropriated for Native Hawaiians last year. Now it needs to be used. (2023)

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January 10, 2023

Pair of Hawaii lawmakers push for poker and sports betting. (2023)

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May 4, 2022

Native Hawaiian caucus celebrates funding successes, big legislative wins. (2022)

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January 28, 2022

Native Hawaiian Caucus' 2022 legislative package includes regenerative tourism. (2022)

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May 7, 2021

Legislature provides $78 million for Native Hawaiian Caucus Priorities. (2021)

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April 1, 2019

The Public Land Trust issue is simply a matter of justice. (2019)

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March 1, 2019

The Hawai‘i State Legislature’s Native Hawaiian Caucus Co-Chairs, Senator Jarrett Keohokalole and Representative Daniel Holt, along with 43 of their colleagues, sponsored Hawaiian Caucus Week February 4-8. (2019)

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February 1, 2019

Legislators Host Hawaiian Caucus Week at the State Capitol. (2019)

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January 30, 2019

HOUSE COMMITTEE APPROVES BILL TO INCREASE OHA FUNDING

The House Committee on Water, Land & Hawaiian Affairs today passed out HB 402 which establishes $35 million as the Office of Hawaiian Affairs' pro rata share of the public land trust and transfers a lump sum of $139 million to OHA for underpayment of the public land trust funds.
The bill also requires the Department of Land and Natural Resources to provide an annual accounting of receipts from lands described in section 5(f) of the Admissions Act and establishes a committee to recommend the annual amount of the income and proceeds from the public land trust that OHA will receive annually. Representative Daniel Holt (Kalihi, Pālama, Iwilei, Chinatown), co-chair of the Hawaiian Caucus, issued the following statement: “This is a matter of fairness and our ability as a governing body to 'auamo kuleana (the responsibility we carry on our shoulders), this measure brings equity to decades long discussions and debates,” said Rep. Holt. The bill now moves to the Finance Committee. View news release here

Jun 5, 2018

End of the Session Legislative Review

The 29th Legislature is done. We have had a very productive session, moving our community forward - - $570 million for affordable rentals, $30 million for Ohana Zones, UH promise program, law enforcement standards, and over $64.3 million for capital improvement projects for District 29 - - a body of work that I am proud to stand behind.

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March 8, 2018

Representative Holt's Tax Bill Moves to Senate

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March 2, 2018

10th Annual 'Art at the Capitol' Event Set for April 6

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March 1, 2018

Representative Holt Seeks Increased Police Presence in Chinatown

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February 8, 2018

Kalihi Lawmaker Introduces Bills on Voter Registration, Rental Tax Credits, and Resolution on Police Presence in Chinatown.

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January 26, 2017

News Release - For immediate release : Honolulu, Hawaii - State Representative Daniel Holt (Kalihi, Palama, Iwilei, Chinatown) has introduced eleven bills for the 2017 Legislative Session, including measures on community-based policing and payday lending.

HAWAII HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
News Release - For immediate release
January 26, 2017


Contact: Daniel Holt 808-586-6180
[email protected]
Media Contact: Carolyn Tanaka 808-586-6133, 808-381-7752
[email protected]

FRESHMAN KALIHI LAWMAKER SEEKS EXPANDED COMMUNITY-BASED POLICING, FAIRER PAYDAY LOAN RATES,
Rep. Holt introduces his eleven bills for the 2017 Legislative Session

Honolulu, Hawaii - State Representative Daniel Holt (Kalihi, Palama, Iwilei, Chinatown) has introduced eleven bills for the 2017 Legislative Session, including measures on community-based policing and payday lending.
HB 653 which appropriates funds to maintain and expand the Weed and Seed program, a U.S. Department of Justice initiative that involves city, state and federal law enforcement agencies, social service agencies, businesses, nonprofit organizations, and residents to reclaim, restore, and rebuild communities by "weeding" out the criminal element, then "seeding" the community with the appropriate services.
"The Weed and Seed strategy first started in the Kalihi-Palama/Chinatown area in the early 90's and has proven to be very successful in the community," said Holt. "Throughout the years, it expanded to Wahiawa, Waipahu, 'Ewa Beach, and Wai'anae. Crime rates, drug abuse, and gang activity has gone down tremendously since then and I want to make sure that this program continues to get funding so we can continue to keep our communities safe and expand it to other areas that need it as well," Holt said.
Rep. Holt also introduced HB 380 reduces the maximum fee a check casher or payday lender may charge for deferring the deposit of a check from 15 percent to 7 percent of the face value of the check.
"Payday lending provides short-term, unsecured loans to the most vulnerable populations of our community and while it may seem to ease a hardship for the short-term, taking on these loans will create a further hardship on their financial situation. There is a disproportionate number of payday lending locations in my district and I am looking to protect our constituents from these excessively high fees," said Holt.
Holt also introduced bills regarding contractor licensing, workers' compensation, and government accountability. To see the complete list of Representative Holt's bills, go to https://goo.gl/vhxL8s.

 2024 Allowance Report
 Measures Introduced in 2024
Measure and Title
HB84 HD1
RELATING TO COUNTIES.
HB85 HD1
RELATING TO SINGLE-USE PLASTICS.
HB86
RELATING TO SAFETY AT HOME.
HB87 HD1
RELATING TO PLASTIC BOTTLES.
HB211 HD1
RELATING TO TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS.
HB212
RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
HB213
RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
HB214
RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
HB259 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO CONSUMER PROTECTION.
HB265
RELATING TO CRIMES.
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.
HB270
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB275 HD1
RELATING TO TARO.
HB284 HD2
RELATING TO TARO.
HB286
RELATING TO THE CONVEYANCE TAX.
HB302 HD1
RELATING TO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT.
HB303
RELATING TO BEACHES.
HB305 HD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB308 HD1 SD2
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.
HB314 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO FOOD BANKS.
HB332 HD1
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
HB337 HD1
RELATING TO CAPITAL GAINS.
HB387
RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.
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.
HB396 HD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.
HB397 HD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.
HB398 HD1
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB399
RELATING TO TAX CREDITS.
HB400 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB430
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB438 HD1
RELATING TO YOUTH PROGRAMS.
HB439 HD1
RELATING TO IMMIGRANT SERVICES.
HB492
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB493 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB497 HD1
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB501
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
HB504 HD1
RELATING TO CHILD CARE.
HB538 HD1
RELATING TO RESIDENTIAL REAL PROPERTY.
HB540 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB542 HD2
RELATING TO PROCUREMENT.
HB567 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS.
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.
HB573 SD1
RELATING TO FENTANYL TEST STRIPS.
HB574
RELATING TO MOPEDS.
HB587 HD1
RELATING TO WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT.
HB592 HD1
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL AND AGRICULTURAL PROTECTION.
HB593 HD1
RELATING TO POLICE REPORTS.
HB594 HD1
RELATING TO LEAF BLOWERS.
HB595 HD1
RELATED TO RECYCLING.
HB596
RELATING TO INTOXICATING LIQUOR.
HB597
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB605 HD1
RELATING TO INFRASTRUCTURE.
HB606 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO MEAT PROCESSING.
HB609 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB610 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB611 HD2
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB612 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB614
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB616
RELATING TO THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING REVOLVING FUND.
HB617 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO ORAL HEALTH.
HB619 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB620
RELATING TO SCHOOL MEALS.
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.
HB690 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB696
RELATING TO MEDICAL CANNABIS DISPENSARIES.
HB697
RELATING TO FEDERAL LANDS.
HB698
RELATING TO THE TRANSFER OF NON-AGRICULTURAL PARK LANDS.
HB753 HD1
RELATING TO AN INCOME TAX CREDIT.
HB782 HD1
RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES.
HB820 HD1
RELATING TO THE TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX.
HB821
RELATING TO THE SALE OF ANIMALS.
HB847 HD1
RELATING TO SEARCH AND RESCUE.
HB849
RELATING TO ANIMALS.
HB851
RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY INSPECTIONS.
HB852 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO STATE ENTERPRISE ZONES.
HB853
RELATING TO BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS.
HB871 HD1
RELATING TO SERVICE ANIMALS.
HB872 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII HEALTHY AGING PARTNERSHIP.
HB881
RELATING TO COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES ON BEACHES.
HB885 HD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB905 HD1
RELATING TO SUSTAINABLE GROUNDWATER YIELDS.
HB913 HD2
RELATING TO THE NATURAL ENERGY LABORATORY OF HAWAII AUTHORITY.
HB914 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB918
RELATING TO GAMING.
HB932 HD1
RELATING TO THE MOTION PICTURE, DIGITAL MEDIA, AND FILM PRODUCTION INCOME TAX CREDIT.
HB935
RELATING TO HEARING AIDS.
HB936 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB949 HD2
RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY.
HB951 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB952 HD1
RELATING TO NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB962
RELATING TO HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE PROGRAMS.
HB1128 HD2
RELATING TO SUPPORT FOR TRADITIONAL NATIVE SPEAKERS OF HAWAIIAN.
HB1185 HD1
RELATING TO TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT.
HB1186 HD1
RELATING TO LIABILITY.
HB1187 HD1
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
HB1193 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO THE TAX CREDIT FOR RESEARCH ACTIVITIES.
HB1194 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT PLANNING ORGANIZATION.
HB1201 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO NOISE POLLUTION.
HB1203 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1204 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO PUBLIC EDUCATION.
HB1236 HD2
RELATING TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING.
HB1238 HD1
RELATING TO TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS HOSTING PLATFORMS.
HB1239 HD1
RELATING TO TOURISM.
HB1248 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM INCENTIVES.
HB1251
RELATING TO THE SEEKING OF ASSISTANCE.
HB1259 HD1
RELATING TO DIRECT SHIPPING OF LIQUOR.
HB1261 HD2
RELATING TO SPECIAL PURPOSE DIGITAL CURRENCY LICENSURE.
HB1263 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO THE HAWAII ABLE SAVINGS PROGRAM.
HB1265
RELATING TO PSYCHOLOGY.
HB1266 HD2
RELATING TO FOOD DONATIONS.
HB1267 HD1
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB1268 HD1
RELATING TO AQUACULTURE.
HB1269
RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL DISTRICTS.
HB1300 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB1301 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO CANCER.
HB1328 HD1
RELATING TO CHARTER SCHOOLS.
HB1330 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO SCHOOL BUS SERVICES.
HB1351
RELATING TO THE CONVEYANCE TAX.
HB1354
RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT EARNINGS.
HB1370 HD1
RELATING TO THE STATE ARCHIVES.
HB1371 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO THE SAND ISLAND STATE RECREATION AREA.
HB1372
RELATING TO THE TIP CREDIT.
HB1373 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT.
HB1374 HD1
RELATING TO THE COUNTIES.
HB1384 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO MANUFACTURING.
HB1385 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS.
HB1388
RELATING TO THE TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX.
HB1394 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB1395 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB1396 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO CESSPOOLS.
HB1405 HD1
RELATING TO NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB1408 HD3 SD1
RELATING TO DIGITAL EQUITY.
HB1409 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO EMPLOYEE BENEFITS.
HB1410 HD1
RELATING TO DEPOSIT BEVERAGE CONTAINERS.
HB1411
RELATING TO PUBLIC NOTICES.
HB1424 HD1
RELATING TO HEMP.
HB1425
RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB1427
RELATING TO REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE.
HB1592 HD1
RELATING TO THE LAND CONSERVATION FUND.
HB1606
RELATING TO ARRANGEMENT OF CANDIDATE NAMES ON BALLOTS.
HB1622
RELATING TO FLOODING.
HB1624 HD1
RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB1629 HD1
RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY.
HB1636 HD1
RELATING TO CONDOMINIUMS.
HB1648 HD1
RELATING TO SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY.
HB1650 HD1
RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
HB1654 HD2
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1655 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1656 HD1
RELATING TO SCHOOL BUS SERVICES.
HB1674 HD1
RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FINANCE.
HB1766 HD1
RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB1769 HD2
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1772 HD1
RELATING TO FALL PREVENTION.
HB1773 HD1
RELATING TO DEMENTIA.
HB1794
RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE.
HB1813
RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL LANDS.
HB1816
RELATING TO TOUR GUIDES.
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.
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.
HB1896 HD2
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB1897 HD2
RELATING TO SINGLE-USE PLASTICS.
HB1902 HD1
RELATING TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.
HB1903 HD1
RELATING TO EARLY LEARNING.
HB1904 HD2
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1908 HD1
RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION.
HB1931
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB1946 HD2
RELATING TO PROCESS IMPROVEMENT.
HB1956 HD1
RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
HB1957 HD2
RELATING TO RESEARCH ACTIVITIES.
HB1958
RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
HB1959 HD1
RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
HB1960 HD2
RELATING TO AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT PLANNING ORGANIZATION.
HB1964 HD2
RELATING TO EARLY CHILD CARE.
HB1972 HD1
RELATING TO ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERIES.
HB1974 HD1
RELATING TO SOCIAL SERVICES.
HB1981 HD1
RELATING TO TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS.
HB1982
RELATING TO ALCOHOL.
HB1999
RELATING TO BLUE CARBON ECOSYSTEM PROJECTS.
HB2001 HD1
RELATING TO RESTORATIVE AQUACULTURE.
HB2003 HD1
RELATING TO MENSTRUAL PRODUCTS.
HB2005 HD2
RELATING TO TAXES.
HB2014
RELATING TO HARASSMENT.
HB2028 HD2
RELATING TO THE LABELING OF PRODUCTS.
HB2029 HD2
RELATING TO HISTORIC PRESERVATION REVIEWS.
HB2030
RELATING TO SCHOOL IMPACT FEES.
HB2031
RELATING TO GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES.
HB2032
RELATING TO SHOPPING CARTS.
HB2033
RELATING TO PROCUREMENT PREFERENCES AND RECIPROCITY.
HB2034
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB2035
RELATING TO CHILD CARE.
HB2042 HD1
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB2043 HD3
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB2044
RELATING TO THE HAWAII BROADBAND AND DIGITAL EQUITY OFFICE.
HB2074 HD2
RELATING TO KAIAPUNI EDUCATION.
HB2075
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS.
HB2076
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS.
HB2077
RELATING TO WATERSHEDS.
HB2084 HD1
RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB2085
RELATING TO THE RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD-TENANT CODE.
HB2102
RELATING TO ELECTRIC UTILITIES.
HB2103 HD2
RELATING TO LONG DURATION CLEAN ENERGY STORAGE.
HB2104 HD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII INVASIVE SPECIES COUNCIL.
HB2113 HD1
RELATING TO PHARMACY.
HB2114
RELATING TO SPORTS BETTING.
HB2117
RELATING TO FEDERAL LANDS.
HB2118
RELATING TO CONSTRUCTION.
HB2119
RELATING TO CRIMINAL LITTERING.
HB2122
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
HB2125
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB2128
RELATING TO IMU INFRASTRUCTURE.
HB2130 HD1
RELATING TO SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS.
HB2132 HD1
RELATING TO INVASIVE SPECIES.
HB2133 HD1
RELATING TO INVASIVE SPECIES.
HB2134 HD2
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB2145
RELATING TO THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.
HB2146 HD2
RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL TOURISM.
HB2174 HD2
RELATING TO SEARCH AND RESCUE.
HB2191 HD1
RELATING TO FERAL ANIMALS.
HB2192 HD1
RELATING TO CEMETERIES.
HB2193 HD1
RELATING TO FIREWORKS.
HB2194
RELATING TO HEALTH INSURANCE.
HB2196 HD1
RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT.
HB2197 HD1
RELATING TO HAWAII RETIREMENT SAVINGS ACT.
HB2198
RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT.
HB2199 HD2
RELATING TO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT.
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.
HB2219
RELATING TO THE COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT.
HB2224 HD2
RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE.
HB2240 HD1
RELATING TO HAWAII EDUCATOR LOANS.
HB2244
RELATING TO TRESPASSING.
HB2256
RELATING TO SCHOOL MEALS.
HB2257
RELATING TO PUBLIC EDUCATION.
HB2261 HD2
RELATING TO HISTORIC PRESERVATION.
HB2329 HD1
RELATING TO ROSE-RINGED PARAKEETS.
HB2330 HD1
RELATING TO AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATORS.
HB2507
RELATING TO REMOTE WORK.
HB2509 HD1
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE VI, SECTION 3 OF THE HAWAII STATE CONSTITUTION TO INCREASE THE MANDATORY RETIREMENT AGE FOR STATE JUSTICES AND JUDGES.
HB2511
RELATING TO CANCER.
HB2548 HD3
RELATING TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS.
HB2553 HD2
RELATING TO PHARMACISTS.
HB2561
RELATING TO SELF-DEFENSE.
HB2562
RELATING TO PLASTIC BOTTLES.
HB2563 HD2
RELATING TO THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY.
HB2564
RELATING TO THE LAND TRUST ACT.
HB2565
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM.
HB2572 HD1
RELATING TO TEACHER LOANS.
HB2600
RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB2611 HD2
RELATING TO ADMINISTRATIVE FEES.
HB2626 HD1
RELATING TO FISHPONDS.
HB2739 HD1
RELATING TO ENERGY ASSISTANCE.
HB2743 HD2
RELATING TO WASTEWATER.
HB2744 HD2
RELATING TO ORAL HEALTH.
HB2750 HD1
RELATING TO CLEAN AND SOBER HOMES.
HB2757 HD1
RELATING TO PAID FAMILY LEAVE.
HB2759 HD2
RELATING TO SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH SERVICES.
HB2762 HD1
RELATING TO GAMING.
HB2763
RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION.
HB2764
RELATING TO COMPLIANCE ON HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS.
HB2765 HD1
RELATING TO SPORTS WAGERING.
HB2771 HD1
RELATING TO FOOD SECURITY.
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.