Year: 

5
Naalehu, Ocean View, Capt. Cook, Kealakekua, Kailua-Kona
Rep. Jeanne Kapela was born in Kona and raised on a small coffee farm in the nearby town of Captain Cook. She graduated from Konawaena High School in 2012 and currently serves as a member of the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival board of directors, Lions Club of Kona member, and communications chair for Konawaena High School's 100th Anniversary Committee.

Previously, Jeanne was a member of the Kona Coffee Farmers Association board of directors and Director of the Miss Kona Coffee Scholarship Competition. She founded Unite Hawai'i in 2015, an organization devoted to ending sexual exploitation through education.

Today, she serves as the prevention education coordinator for Imua Alliance, a nonprofit service provider for victims of sex trafficking. As a leader in Hawai'i's efforts to combat sexual slavery, she has facilitated anti-violence education programming to over 2,000 of Hawai'i's children and worked tirelessly to provide freedom and justice to women and children affected by sexual violence.

Jeanne grew up in poverty and is committed to uplifting working families like the one in which she was raised. She currently serves as Vice Chair of the House Education Committee, where she strives to deliver the schools our keiki deserve. Jeanne believes that economic and social justice are essential to our democracy. She is eager to craft a Green New Deal that protects people and our planet from the twin threats of economic inequality and climate change.

Jeanne is also a classically trained ballet dancer and has performed with some of the nation's most prestigious ballet companies, including Boston Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, and the American Ballet Academy. She served as Miss Hawai'i 2015 and won the title of Miss Congeniality at the Miss America competition.
• Prevention Education Coordinator, Imua Alliance (2019-present)
• Board of Directors, Kona Coffee Cultural Festival (2019-present)
• Communications Chair, Konawaena High School 100th Anniversary Committee (2019-present)
• Member, Lions Club of Kona (2019-present)
• Dance Instructor, Kona Dance and Performing Arts (2017-present)
• Committee Clerk, Rep. Amy Perruso (2019)
• Board of Directors, Kona Coffee Farmers Association (2019-2020)
• Executive Director, Miss Kona Coffee Scholarship Competition (2019-2020)
• Executive Director, Unite Hawai'i (2015-2019)
• Dance Instructor, American Renaissance Academy (2016-2017)

 Measures Introduced in 2022
Measure and Title
HB2
RELATING TO PAID SICK LEAVE.
HB3
RELATING TO REVENUE GENERATION.
HB4
RELATING TO THE MINIMUM WAGE.
HB5
RELATING TO FAMILY LEAVE.
HB6
RELATING TO GREEN FEES.
HB7
RELATING TO MARIJUANA.
HB8 HD1
RELATING TO FOOD SECURITY.
HB9
RELATING TO ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION.
HB10 HD1
RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
HB11 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB32 HD1
RELATING TO ANIMAL FUR PRODUCTS.
HB46 HD1
RELATING TO WILDLIFE.
HB75 HD1
RELATING TO GRANTS.
HB76
RELATING TO COUNTIES.
HB82
RELATING TO FAMILY COURT.
HB83
RELATING TO INTERNET SERVICES.
HB97
RELATING TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS.
HB98 HD2
RELATING TO AQUATIC RESOURCES.
HB99
RELATING TO THE CLEAN WATER ACT.
HB100 HD1
RELATING TO INSPECTION FEES.
HB102 HD1
RELATING TO SUNSCREENS.
HB112
RELATING TO WASTEWATER SYSTEMS.
HB114
RELATING TO CESSPOOL CONVERSION.
HB124 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB133 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO CAPITAL GAINS.
HB134
RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB225 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO BULLYING.
HB226
RELATING TO FAIR DIGITAL ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT REPAIR.
HB229 HD1
RELATING TO UNITED STATES SENATOR DANIEL K. AKAKA DAY.
HB235
RELATING TO SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM INCENTIVES.
HB236
RELATING TO COFFEE PEST CONTROL.
HB238
RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB239 HD1
RELATING TO CAMPAIGN ADVERTISEMENTS.
HB240 HD1
RELATING TO A BANK OF THE STATE OF HAWAII.
HB283
RELATING TO TAXATION OF REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS.
HB285 HD1
RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB290 HD2
RELATING TO VEHICLE WEIGHT TAXES.
HB291
RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB292
RELATING TO TAX AMNESTY.
HB293
RELATING TO POLLING PLACES.
HB295
RELATING TO IMPACT FEES.
HB297
RELATING TO LABOR.
HB304
RELATING TO DEFERRED DEPOSITS.
HB327 HD2
RELATING TO GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS.
HB328 HD2
RELATING TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
HB330
RELATING TO SUGAR-SWEETENED BEVERAGES.
HB331 HD1
RELATING TO THE STATE PLAN.
HB384
RELATING TO TELEHEALTH.
HB385
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
HB386
RELATING TO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES.
HB388
RELATING TO PLANNED COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS.
HB407
RELATING TO UNFUNDED LIABILITIES.
HB418
RELATING TO MINORS.
HB419
RELATING TO CHILDREN.
HB425 HD1
RELATING TO PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS.
HB427
RELATING TO RESTORATIVE JUSTICE.
HB428
RELATING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT REFORM.
HB432 HD1
RELATING TO THE EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT.
HB438 HD1
RELATING TO EXTERNAL CONTRACTS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
HB439
RELATING TO THE PROTECTION OF TENANTS.
HB440
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB441
RELATING TO TAX HAVEN ABUSE.
HB442
RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS.
HB443 HD1
RELATING TO SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAMS.
HB444
PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES VIII AND X OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO AUTHORIZE THE LEGISLATURE TO ESTABLISH A SURCHARGE TO INCREASE FUNDING FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION.
HB445 HD1
RELATING TO INCREASING THE ESTATE TAX.
HB449
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO AMEND THE QUALIFYING AGE OF VOTERS FOR ANY STATE OR LOCAL ELECTION.
HB450
RELATING TO CHILD WELFARE.
HB451
RELATING TO CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE.
HB452
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB453
RELATING TO CHILDREN.
HB460
RELATING TO A CARBON TAX.
HB461 HD1
RELATING TO COFFEE LABELING.
HB462
RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY.
HB463
RELATING TO CLIMATE CHANGE.
HB464
RELATING TO STREAM PROTECTION.
HB473 HD2
RELATING TO TELEHEALTH.
HB487
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB488
RELATING TO INSPECTIONS OF CARE FACILITIES.
HB489
RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE.
HB491
RELATING TO SERVICES FOR KUPUNA.
HB543
RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT.
HB544 HD1
MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT AT MAUNA KEA ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII.
HB545 HD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT.
HB550 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
HB551 HD1
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE I OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO GUARANTEE ALL INDIVIDUALS THE RIGHT TO HAVE A CLEAN AND HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT.
HB554 HD2
RELATING TO REAL PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS.
HB556 HD2
RELATING TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
HB557 HD1
RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.
HB559 HD1
RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION.
HB563
RELATING TO SEX OFFENDERS.
HB564
RELATING TO BREAST CANCER SCREENING.
HB565 HD1
RELATING TO DIVORCE.
HB567 HD1
RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT.
HB568
RELATING TO SEX TRAFFICKING.
HB569 HD2
RELATING TO VICTIM-COUNSELOR PRIVILEGE.
HB570 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO SEXUAL ABUSE OF MINORS.
HB571 HD2
RELATING TO CHILDLIKE SEX DOLLS.
HB600
RELATING TO THE MINIMUM WAGE.
HB603
RELATING TO THE MINIMUM WAGE.
HB604
RELATING TO VISION ZERO.
HB606 HD1 SD2
AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING.
HB608 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
HB609 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB610
RELATING TO GARDENS.
HB611 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION FUNDING.
HB615
RELATING TO INTERNET ACCESS.
HB616
RELATING TO BROADBAND ACCESS.
HB617
RELATING TO HOTELS.
HB618
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB619 HD1
RELATING TO ETHNIC STUDIES.
HB620
RELATING TO LEGAL PERSONHOOD STATUS.
HB621 HD1
RELATING TO THE OAHU COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER SITE.
HB668
RELATING TO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES.
HB678 HD1
RELATING TO STATE HOLIDAYS.
HB679
RELATING TO NATIVE HAWAIIAN BENEFICIARIES.
HB681 HD2
RELATING TO MANAGEMENT OF STATE FUNDS.
HB684 HD1
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB690 HD1
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE X, SECTION 1, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO REQUIRE THAT THE STATEWIDE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM BE THOROUGH AND EFFICIENT.
HB691
RELATING TO CAMPUS SAFETY.
HB692
RELATING TO SEX TRAFFICKING PREVENTION.
HB693
RELATING TO MAUNA KEA.
HB702 HD2
RELATING TO FARM TO SCHOOL PROCUREMENT.
HB703
RELATING TO MAUNA KEA.
HB704
RELATING TO PROCUREMENT.
HB722 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING.
HB733
RELATING TO MINORS.
HB734
RELATING TO CHILD SUPPORT.
HB738
RELATING TO ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION OF BALLOTS.
HB745
RELATING TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING.
HB769
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB770 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB771 HD1
RELATING TO LIQUOR.
HB781
RELATING TO STUDENT JOURNALISM.
HB783
RELATING TO THE UNIFORM PROBATE CODE.
HB785
RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB794
RELATING TO ONLINE ACCOUNT PRIVACY.
HB795
RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY.
HB796 HD2
RELATING TO CORRECTIONAL FACILITY AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER DEATHS.
HB797
RELATING TO PUBLIC RECORDS.
HB798
RELATING TO GRANTS.
HB801 HD1
RELATING TO MOPEDS.
HB804
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB805
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB812 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO TRAUMA-INFORMED EDUCATION.
HB815
RELATING TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.
HB823 HD1
RELATING TO PUBLIC LAND LIABILITY.
HB827
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB829
RELATING TO A FOOD HUB PILOT PROGRAM.
HB830
RELATING TO THE IMPORTANT AGRICULTURAL LAND QUALIFIED AGRICULTURAL COST TAX CREDIT.
HB831
RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB837
RELATING TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACCESS FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH PRINT DISABILITIES.
HB838 HD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION.
HB839
RELATING TO HEARING AIDS.
HB840 HD1
RELATING TO AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE.
HB842 HD1
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS.
HB859
RELATING TO GOVERNMENT DATA MODERNIZATION.
HB860 HD1
RELATING TO ROOFTOP SOLAR INSTALLATION.
HB861
RELATING TO COMPOSTING.
HB866
RELATING TO MEDICAID BENEFITS.
HB867
RELATING TO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES.
HB1078 HD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAII SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND BLIND.
HB1079
RELATING TO THE MODERNIZATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE.
HB1080 HD1
RELATING TO THE PHASEOUT OF PRIVATE CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES.
HB1082 HD1
RELATING TO CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES.
HB1083
RELATING TO THE LAW OF THE SPLINTERED PADDLE.
HB1084
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB1087
RELATING TO ANIMAL CRUELTY.
HB1088 HD3 SD2
RELATING TO COSMETICS.
HB1103
RELATING TO PUBLIC BANKING.
HB1104
RELATING TO GAMBLING.
HB1105 HD1
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII BOARD OF REGENTS CANDIDATE ADVISORY COUNCIL.
HB1112
RELATING TO THE VENDING FACILITIES PROGRAM.
HB1123
RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT.
HB1124 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT.
HB1130 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT.
HB1172
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM.
HB1177
RELATING TO TAX CREDITS.
HB1178
RELATING TO TAX CREDITS.
HB1179 HD1 SD1 CD1
RELATING TO INVASIVE SPECIES.
HB1202
RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB1205
RELATING TO SUSTAINABLE INVESTING.
HB1206
RELATING TO FOOD SECURITY.
HB1215
RELATING TO FEES FOR BIRTH CERTIFICATES.
HB1216
RELATING TO PLANNED COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS.
HB1217
RELATING TO PLANNED COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS.
HB1221 HD1
RELATING TO CHARTER SCHOOLS.
HB1222 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1223 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1226
RELATING TO VIOLATION OF PRIVACY.
HB1227
RELATING TO NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB1230
RELATING TO HAWAIIAN AS AN OFFICIAL LANGUAGE OF THE STATE OF HAWAI‘I.
HB1231
RELATING TO VITAL STATISTICS.
HB1234
RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB1239 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.
HB1240
RELATING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.
HB1268
RELATING TO INCOME TAX.
HB1270
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1271
RELATING TO THE AGRIBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.
HB1286 HD2
RELATING TO TRAVEL.
HB1293
RELATING TO REMOTE WORK.
HB1308 HD1
RELATING TO JUNETEENTH DAY.
HB1309
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1319 HD1
RELATING TO CARBON PRICING.
HB1326 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.
HB1327
RELATING TO THE YOUTH VAPING EPIDEMIC.
HB1328
RELATING TO ELECTRONIC SMOKING DEVICES.
HB1329
RELATING TO ELECTRONIC SMOKING PRODUCTS.
HB1360 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO EARLY LEARNING.
HB1364
RELATING TO HEMP.
HB1387
RELATING TO PUBLIC HOUSING.
HB1388 HD1
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1389
RELATING TO THE HAWAII CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM OVERSIGHT COMMISSION.
HB1390
RELATING TO RENTAL DISCRIMINATION.
HB1418
RELATING TO BROADBAND SERVICE INFRASTRUCTURE.
HB1419 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO ELECTRONIC INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACCESSIBILITY.
HB1485
RELATING TO LITTER CONTROL.
HB1487
RELATING TO THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY.
HB1503
RELATING TO THE MINIMUM WAGE.
HB1504
RELATING TO PAID SICK LEAVE.
HB1505
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1506
RELATING TO FAMILY LEAVE.
HB1507 HD1
RELATING TO TAX FAIRNESS.
HB1508
RELATING TO REGENERATIVE TOURISM.
HB1509
RELATING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.
HB1510
RELATING TO TEACHERS.
HB1511
RELATING TO TEACHER COMPENSATION.
HB1512
RELATING TO GREEN FEES.
HB1513 HD1
RELATING TO THE LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLD RENTERS TAX CREDIT.
HB1517 HD2 SD2 CD1
RELATING TO COFFEE.
HB1518 HD1
RELATING TO ANTS.
HB1519 HD1
RELATING TO SUNSCREEN.
HB1520
RELATING TO MOPEDS.
HB1521
RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB1522 HD1
RELATING TO CLIMATE MITIGATION.
HB1523 HD1
RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY.
HB1525 HD1
RELATING TO PROCUREMENT.
HB1526 HD1
RELATING TO ORGANIC WASTE.
HB1527
RELATING TO SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE.
HB1528 HD1
RELATING TO COMPOSTING.
HB1529
RELATING TO FARMER EQUITY.
HB1530
RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB1531
RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING.
HB1534
RELATING TO COFFEE LEAF RUST.
HB1535
RELATING TO COFFEE LABELING.
HB1542
RELATING TO LEGISLATIVE ACCESS THROUGH REMOTE TESTIMONY.
HB1543
RELATING TO SOCIAL WORK.
HB1545 HD1
RELATING TO NOISE POLLUTION.
HB1546
RELATING TO AIR POLLUTION.
HB1547 HD1
RELATING TO GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION.
HB1548 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION.
HB1549 HD1
RELATING TO LOAN REPAYMENT FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS.
HB1550 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO THE HAWAII MEDICAL EDUCATION SPECIAL FUND.
HB1559 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1561 HD1 SD2 CD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1562 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO THE EARLY LEARNING BOARD.
HB1565 HD1
RELATING TO CHARTER SCHOOLS.
HB1580 HD1
RELATING TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE.
HB1581 HD1
RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB1590
RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX EXEMPTIONS.
HB1591
RELATING TO RECORDING LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES.
HB1592
RELATING TO AN INTERSTATE COMPACT TO PHASE OUT CORPORATE WELFARE.
HB1601
RELATING TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS.
HB1604
RELATING TO FIREWORKS.
HB1622
RELATING TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES.
HB1631 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO WATER CONSERVATION.
HB1633
RELATING TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING.
HB1634
RELATING TO TELEHEALTH.
HB1635 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO HEALTH CARE.
HB1636
RELATING TO FEMININE HYGIENE PRODUCTS.
HB1639
RELATING TO A CARBON TAX ON AVIATION FUEL.
HB1640 HD2 SD1 CD1
RELATING TO RECYCLING.
HB1642 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO POSTCONSUMER RECYCLED CONTENT.
HB1645 HD2
RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB1646
RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB1656 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO TRAILS.
HB1665 HD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1666 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB1668 HD1
RELATING TO SOIL CLASSIFICATIONS.
HB1669 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO SEA LEVEL RISE ADAPTATION.
HB1672 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS.
HB1674
RELATING TO IN VITRO FERTILIZATION INSURANCE COVERAGE.
HB1675 HD1
RELATING TO MEDICAL CARE FOR MINORS.
HB1676 HD1
RELATING TO DATA COLLECTION.
HB1677
RELATING TO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY.
HB1678
RELATING TO THE HAWAII STATE LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER, QUEER, PLUS COMMISSION.
HB1683
RELATING TO CIVIC EDUCATION.
HB1684
RELATING TO RECYCLING.
HB1690 HD2
RELATING TO CHILD PASSENGER RESTRAINT SYSTEMS.
HB1693
RELATING TO DRIVER'S LICENSES.
HB1697 HD1
RELATING TO SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION.
HB1698
RELATING TO TOBACCO PRODUCTS.
HB1699 HD1
RELATING TO AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS.
HB1700 HD1
RELATING TO A SEX TRAFFICKING EMERGENCY SHELTER.
HB1701
RELATING TO SEX TRAFFICKING PREVENTION.
HB1706
RELATING TO SINGLE-USE PLASTICS.
HB1735
RELATING TO EXPUNGEMENT.
HB1736 HD2
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1742 HD1
RELATING TO THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.
HB1745 HD1 SD1
APPROPRIATING FUNDS TO SUPPORT HAWAII'S FOOD BANKS.
HB1748 HD1 SD1
AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING.
HB1749 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB1752 HD3 SD1 CD1
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB1754 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO ADULT DENTAL MEDICAID BENEFITS.
HB1766 HD1
RELATING TO STATE PARKS.
HB1767
RELATING TO REGENERATIVE TOURISM.
HB1768 HD2 SD2 CD1
RELATING TO THE DISPOSITION OF WATER RIGHTS.
HB1769 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO RAPID OHIA DEATH.
HB1771
RELATING TO THE MINIMUM WAGE.
HB1772
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1773
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1774 HD2
RELATING TO COVERAGE FOR MAMMOGRAPHY.
HB1775 HD2 SD3 CD1
RELATING TO CIVIL RIGHTS.
HB1776 HD2
RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY.
HB1777 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO THE COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN.
HB1778 HD1
RELATING TO THE COMPREHENSIVE OFFENDER REENTRY SYSTEM.
HB1779 HD1
RELATING TO INCARCERATED WOMEN.
HB1780 HD1
RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY.
HB1782 HD1
RELATING TO BROADBAND SERVICE INFRASTRUCTURE.
HB1795 HD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1796
RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB1800 HD2 SD2 CD2
RELATING TO CLIMATE MITIGATION.
HB1801 HD1 SD1 CD1
RELATING TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
HB1802
RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB1803 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 AND HEALTHY ECOSYSTEMS, INCLUDING CLIMATE, AND TO THE PRESERVATION OF THE NATURAL, CULTURAL, SCENIC, AND HEALTHFUL QUALITIES OF THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB1804
RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB1805 HD1
RELATING TO CESSPOOLS.
HB1807 HD1
RELATING TO ENERGY INTERCONNECTION.
HB1814
RELATING TO FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDERS.
HB1822 HD1
RELATING TO DRIVER'S LICENSES.
HB1823 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1824 HD1 SD1
MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE OFFICE OF THE LONG-TERM CARE OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM.
HB1825
RELATING TO THE HAWAII STATE HEALTH INSURANCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.
HB1826 HD1
RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB1837 HD1 SD2 CD1
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB1844 HD2
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB1861
RELATING TO THE RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD-TENANT CODE.
HB1862
RELATING TO EVICTION RECORDS.
HB1863 HD1
RELATING TO LANDLORD-TENANT DISPUTES.
HB1864 HD2
RELATING TO SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAMS.
HB1869
RELATING TO VIOLATION OF PRIVACY.
HB1870 HD2 SD1
RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY'S ‘OLELO HAWAI‘I INITIATIVES.
HB1873
RELATING TO HEMP.
HB1887
RELATING TO JUDICIAL OVERSIGHT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES OF INCARCERATED INDIVIDUALS.
HB1895
RELATING TO TENANT RIGHTS.
HB1897 HD1
RELATING TO THE SUNSHINE LAW.
HB1898
RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE VALUATION.
HB1899
RELATING TO TOURISM MANAGEMENT.
HB1901
RELATING TO TWO-STROKE ENGINES.
HB1902
RELATING TO WETLAND PRESERVATION.
HB1904
RELATING TO THE TAXATION OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
HB1905
RELATING TO THE CLEAN AIR BILL OF RIGHTS.
HB1907
RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB1913
RELATING TO CHILD VISITATION.
HB1914
RELATING TO SENSORY ROOMS.
HB1939 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO EARLY LEARNING.
HB1940 HD1
RELATING TO EARLY EDUCATION.
HB1941 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1942 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO STUDENT TRANSPORTATION.
HB1945 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO THE NEIGHBOR ISLANDS BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED SERVICE PILOT PROGRAM.
HB1953 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO CONCESSIONS.
HB1955
RELATING TO DISCRIMINATION.
HB1970
RELATING TO WELLNESS.
HB1974 HD1 SD2 CD1
RELATING TO PROCUREMENT.
HB1979 HD2
RELATING TO HABITAT CONSERVATION PLANS.
HB1980 HD2 SD2 CD1
RELATING TO TELEPHONIC SERVICES.
HB1983 HD1 SD2 CD1
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM.
HB1990
RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB1992 HD3 SD1 CD1
RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB1994 HD2
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
HB1995
RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS.
HB2009
RELATING TO FORECLOSING ON MORTGAGED PROPERTY.
HB2014
RELATING TO SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL.
HB2015 HD2
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB2016 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO THE SAND ISLAND STATE RECREATION AREA.
HB2017
RELATING TO PRETRIAL RELEASE.
HB2018
RELATING TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING AT ALOHA STADIUM.
HB2020 HD1 SD2 CD1
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB2021
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB2030
RELATING TO THE RED HILL STORAGE TANKS.
HB2031
RELATING TO UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS.
HB2050
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE STATE CONSTITUTION ESTABLISHING THE RIGHT TO OWN ONE'S OWN DATA.
HB2192
RELATING TO COERCIVE CONTROL.
HB2198
RELATING TO COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES ON BEACHES.
HB2199 HD1
RELATING TO FISHPONDS.
HB2200 HD1
RELATING TO BIOSECURITY.
HB2202 HD1
RELATING TO STATE SYMBOLS.
HB2207
RELATING TO FERAL PIGS.
HB2208 HD1
RELATING TO SEXUAL ABUSE OF MINORS.
HB2209
RELATING TO DOMESTIC ABUSE.
HB2210
RELATING TO ABORTION CARE.
HB2211
RELATING TO FAMILY.
HB2219
RELATING TO A BANK OF THE STATE OF HAWAII.
HB2220 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO NURSING.
HB2221
RELATING TO THE NURSING WORKFORCE.
HB2233 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES.
HB2248 HD1 SD2
RELATING TO SCHOOLS.
HB2249 HD1
RELATING TO MENSTRUAL EQUALITY.
HB2250 HD1
RELATING TO GARDENS.
HB2252 HD1
RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
HB2257 HD1
RELATING TO REENTRY PLANNING CIRCLES.
HB2258 HD1
RELATING TO CORRECTIONS.
HB2259
RELATING TO ASSISTANCE FOR PERSONS COMPLETING A TERM OF IMPRISONMENT.
HB2265
RELATING TO SEX TRAFFICKING.
HB2266
RELATING TO STATE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.
HB2267 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB2268
RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB2277 HD1
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB2278 HD1
RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB2285
RELATING TO HEMP.
HB2286
RELATING TO MARRIAGE OF MINORS.
HB2289
RELATING TO DISABILITY AWARENESS.
HB2293 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB2304 HD1
RELATING TO THE FARM TO SCHOOL PROGRAM.
HB2309 HD2 SD2 CD1
RELATING TO INCARCERATION.
HB2310 HD1
RELATING TO RECIDIVISM PREVENTION.
HB2311 HD1
RELATING TO NATIVE HAWAIIAN REHABILITATION PROGRAMS.
HB2312 HD1 SD1 CD1
RELATING TO PRISON REFORM.
HB2313 HD1
RELATING TO RISK AND NEEDS ASSESSMENT FOR FEMALE OFFENDERS.
HB2315
RELATING TO YOUTH.
HB2316
RELATING TO THE RED HILL BULK FUEL STORAGE FACILITY DEFUELING COMMISSION.
HB2317
RELATING TO THE LEASING OF PUBLIC LANDS BY THE MILITARY.
HB2318 HD1
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH LICENSING.
HB2319 HD1
RELATING TO SERVICE ANIMALS.
HB2320
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS.
HB2331
RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS.
HB2349
RELATING TO THE HAWAII PUBLIC PROCUREMENT CODE.
HB2353
RELATING TO CHILD SUPPORT.
HB2388 HD1
RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS.
HB2394 HD1
RELATING TO MEDICAID PATIENT CARE.
HB2399 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO WASTE MANAGEMENT.
HB2401
RELATING TO QUALITY SCHOOLS.
HB2403
RELATING TO CONTRACTORS.
HB2404 HD1
RELATING TO COMPACTS OF FREE ASSOCIATION.
HB2405 HD2 SD2 CD1
RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB2406
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB2414 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX EXEMPTIONS.
HB2416 HD2 SD1 CD1
RELATING TO CAMPAIGN SPENDING.
HB2421 HD1 SD2 CD1
RELATING TO WOMEN'S COURT.
HB2422 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO SENTENCING.
HB2423 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION.
HB2424 HD1 SD2 CD2
RELATING TO CHILD WELFARE SERVICES.
HB2426
RELATING TO OCCUPATIONAL LICENSURE.
HB2434 HD1
RELATING TO WATER CARRIERS.
HB2435 HD1
RELATING TO SEARCHES OF FEMALE INMATES.
HB2463
RELATING TO THE RIGHT TO EXIT THE SEX TRADE.
HB2466 HD2 SD1 CD1
RELATING TO TARO.
HB2467
RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT.
HB2482 HD2
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB2484
RELATING TO BROADBAND.
HB2486
RELATING TO THE LAW OF THE SPLINTERED PADDLE.
HB2493 HD2
RELATING TO CARBON SEQUESTRATION INCENTIVES.
HB2494 HD1
RELATING TO CIVIC EDUCATION.
HB2495 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES.
HB2501 HD1
RELATING TO PANDEMIC LEAVE.
HB2511 HD2 SD2 CD1
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS.
HB2512 HD2 SD2 CD2
RELATING TO OHANA ZONES.
HB2513 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO THE RENTAL HOUSING REVOLVING FUND.
HB2514 HD1 SD1
RELATING TO UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS.
HB2515 HD2 SD2
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.
HCR6 HD1
REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TO PREPARE A PLAN TO DECOMMISSION THE RED HILL BULK FUEL STORAGE FACILITY, STORE ITS FUEL AWAY FROM THE SOUTHERN OAHU BASAL AQUIFER IN A MANNER COMPLIANT WITH FEDERAL AND STATE LAW, PREPARE A PLAN TO ESTABLISH A NEW WATER TREATMENT FACILITY, PAY FOR ALL COSTS TO THE STATE, AND COMPLY WITH ALL FUTURE REMEDIATION EFFORTS.
HCR7 HD1
URGING THE HILO HIGH SCHOOL SCHOOL COMMUNITY COUNCIL TO RECOMMEND THAT THE HILO HIGH SCHOOL GYM BE NAMED AFTER ALBERT AND LAWRENCE MANLIGUIS.
HCR13 HD1
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PROGRAM TO RECRUIT AND EMPLOY QUALIFIED BLIND PROFESSIONALS TO SERVE AS ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY INSTRUCTORS AND IN OTHER POSITIONS AS TEACHERS OF VISUALLY IMPAIRED STUDENTS.
HCR18
URGING THE UNTIED STATES CONGRESS AND HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO SUPPORT LEGISLATION ESTABLISHING MEDICARE FOR ALL.
HCR19 HD1
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE REGARDING THE AMOUNT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL SPACE AVAILABLE TO BE USED FOR PRESCHOOL CLASSROOMS AND THE NUMBER OF PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS CERTIFIED TO TEACH EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION.
HCR20
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM TO SUBMIT A REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE BARRIERS TO CREATING AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN THE STATE.
HCR21
URGING HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO STRONGLY SUPPORT PASSAGE OF THE WOMEN'S HEALTH PROTECTION ACT OF 2021 TO PROTECT THE RIGHT TO ACCESS AND PROVIDE ABORTION SERVICES.
HCR22
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO ADDRESS THE STATE'S SCHOOL BUS DRIVER SHORTAGE.
HCR24
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO SUBMIT A REPORT ON PESTICIDE INSPECTIONS CONDUCTED WITHIN THE PAST FIVE YEARS AND STRENGTHEN STATEWIDE ENFORCEMENT OF RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDE VIOLATIONS.
HCR25 HD1
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION'S SCHOOL FOOD SERVICES BRANCH TO ADOPT AN ADDENDUM TO ITS AGREEMENTS FOR ‘ĀINA PONO SUPPORTING THE PROCUREMENT OF GOODS, SERVICES, OR BOTH FROM FOOD HUBS.
HCR26
URGING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION AND DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CHANGE THE NAME OF PRESIDENT WILLIAM MCKINLEY HIGH SCHOOL BACK TO HONOLULU HIGH SCHOOL AND REMOVE THE STATUE OF PRESIDENT MCKINLEY FROM THE SCHOOL PREMISES.
HCR27 HD1
REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES CENSUS BUREAU TO RE-DESIGNATE THE CENSUS-DESIGNATED PLACE KNOWN AS CAPTAIN COOK ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII AS KA‘AWALOA AND REQUESTING HAWAII COUNTY TO REMOVE ALL REFERENCES TO CAPTAIN COOK AS A PLACE NAME ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII.
HCR29
ENCOURAGING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK WITH STAKEHOLDERS TO DEVELOP A HOLISTIC MANAGEMENT PLAN THAT WILL ENSURE HANA HIGHWAY IS PROPERLY MAINTAINED AND IS SAFE FOR RESIDENTS AND VISITORS.
HCR30
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO FOLLOW WORKFORCE HOUSING MODELS, SUCH AS KOA‘E MAKANA AND THE HOKUAO 201H HOUSING PROJECT, FOR ALL TEACHERS SEEKING AFFORDABLE UNITS IN THE STATE.
HCR32 SD1
CONDEMNING RUSSIA'S ATTACK ON UKRAINE AND SUPPORTING SWIFT AND SEVERE ECONOMIC SANCTIONS IMPOSED ON RUSSIA.
HCR35
REQUESTING THE HAWAII EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY TO DEVELOP A PRELIMINARY DRAFT EVACUATION PLAN FOR THE AREAS WITHIN LAVA ZONES 1, 2, 3, 4, AND 6.
HCR43
REQUESTING HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY TO CONDUCT A STUDY TO IDENTIFY AND REMOVE ANY REDUNDANT UTILITY POLES ON OAHU.
HCR44
REQUESTING THE HAWAII HOUSING FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TO CONDUCT AN ANALYSIS ON THE FEASIBILITY OF FACTORY-BUILT HOUSING AS A COST-EFFECTIVE AND PRACTICAL ANSWER TO ADDRESS THE STATE'S HOUSING SHORTAGE.
HCR48 HD1
REQUESTING THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION TO CONSIDER EFFORTS TO MITIGATE HIGH ENERGY BURDENS FOR LOW- AND MODERATE-INCOME CUSTOMERS AND INPUT BY THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE AND INVESTIGATE HOW TO INTEGRATE CONSIDERATIONS OF ENERGY EQUITY AND JUSTICE ACROSS ITS WORK.
HCR50 HD1
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO REMEDY STATEWIDE SCHOOL BUS TRANSPORTATION INEQUITIES FOR SCHOOLCHILDREN FROM LOW- TO MODERATE-INCOME FAMILIES.
HCR52
REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO ENDORSE THE NEW PLASTICS ECONOMY GLOBAL COMMITMENT AND THE OFFICE OF PLANNING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TO SET TARGETS TO FULFILL THE NEW PLASTICS ECONOMY GLOBAL COMMITMENT.
HCR53
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO ESTABLISH PROGRAMS AND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES TO INCREASE MEDIA LITERACY AND PROMOTE DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP.
HCR58 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES AND LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING A PROGRAM TO PROVIDE A BASIC INCOME TO QUALIFIED ADULTS WHO ARE VERIFIED VICTIMS OF SEX TRAFFICKING OR WHO ARE FEMALE OR SEXUAL AND GENDER MINORITY INDIVIDUALS SEEKING TO EXIT THE SEX TRADE.
HCR59
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO ISSUE CERTIFICATES OF STILLBIRTH.
HCR62
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS TO NOTIFY BENEFICIARIES THROUGH BENEFICIARY CONSULTATION PRIOR TO DISPOSING OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS AND TO EXERCISE OTHER PROTECTIONS OF BENEFICIARY INTERESTS.
HCR68
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCLUDE THE TEACHING OF FINANCIAL LITERACY IN THE EXISTING PERSONAL TRANSITION PLAN COURSE REQUIREMENT FOR EACH STUDENT.
HCR69
DESIGNATING THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER 2022 AS CHILD CARE PROVIDER APPRECIATION MONTH.
HCR90
REQUESTING THE DIRECTOR OF 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.
HCR91
DECLARING OVERMILITARIZATION TO BE A THREAT TO THE SECURITY OF HAWAII AND THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY AND URGING PRIORITIZATION OF HUMANITARIAN AID IN THE UNITED STATES' RESPONSE TO THE UKRAINIAN CONFLICT AND INCREASED EFFORTS TO STRENGTHEN INTERNATIONAL NUCLEAR NONPROLIFERATION.
HCR92
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO ASSIST COFFEE FARMERS IN PURCHASING ORGANIC FERTILIZER TO PREVENT COFFEE LEAF RUST.
HCR94 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO EXAMINE ISSUES AND BARRIERS TO ENFORCEMENT TO REDUCE NOISE FROM TWO-STROKE ENGINES, MOPEDS, AND SMALL OFF-ROAD ENGINES.
HCR105
URGING THE COUNTIES TO RECOGNIZE 911 EMERGENCY SERVICES DISPATCHERS AS FIRST RESPONDERS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE JURISDICTIONS.
HCR106 HD1
URGING HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO INTRODUCE AND SUPPORT LEGISLATION THAT WOULD REPEAL THE $10,000 LIMITATION ON THE DEDUCTION FOR STATE AND LOCAL TAXES ENACTED BY THE FEDERAL TAX CUTS AND JOBS ACT OF 2017.
HCR107
RECOGNIZING APRIL 17 THROUGH APRIL 23, 2022, AS VOLUNTEER WEEK IN THE STATE OF HAWAII.
HCR108
URGING THE HAWAII HOUSING FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TO COMBAT HOSTILE AND HARMFUL ACTIONS BY PROFIT-DRIVEN INVESTORS AND AGGREGATORS PARTICIPATING IN THE STATE'S LOW-INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDIT PROGRAM.
HCR117 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO IMMEDIATELY CEASE INTERCEPTING SOCIAL SECURITY PAYMENTS FOR CHILDREN IN FOSTER CARE.
HCR119
REQUESTING THE STATE FOUNDATION ON CULTURE AND THE ARTS TO REPORT INFORMATION RELATING TO EXPENDITURES FROM THE WORKS OF ART SPECIAL FUND FOR THE CURATION AND PRESERVATION OF NATIVE HAWAIIAN ART.
HCR120
REQUESTING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII TO INVESTIGATE AND ADDRESS THE FEASIBILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY OF A NURSING PROGRAM AT HONOLULU COMMUNITY COLLEGE.
HCR130
APOLOGIZING TO THE NATIVE HAWAIIAN PEOPLE FOR THE EFFECTIVE PROHIBITION IN HAWAII SCHOOLS OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL USE OF THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE FROM 1896 TO 1986.
HCR132
URGING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO DEVELOP A NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY STRATEGY.
HCR133
REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF THE MANAGED CARE ORGANIZATIONS THAT ADMINISTER THE EMPLOYER-UNION HEALTH BENEFITS TRUST FUND BY AUDITING THE AMOUNTS PAID FOR HEALTH CARE AND AMOUNTS PAID FOR ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES.
HCR134 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO ENSURE THAT CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION STANDARDS FOCUS ON PLACE-BASED RESPONSIVENESS TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND PREPARING STUDENTS TO ENGAGE IN A GROWING GREEN ECONOMY.
HCR135
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO DEVELOP AND ADD FARM TO SCHOOL IMPLEMENTATION STANDARDS TO THE ANNUAL SCHOOL PRINCIPAL EVALUATIONS.
HCR136
REQUESTING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO LEAD COMMUNITY EDUCATION WORKSHOPS REGARDING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE NORTH SHORE COASTAL RESILIENCE WORKING GROUP AND SEEK PUBLIC INPUT FROM INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPREHENSIVE AND COMMUNITY-DRIVEN COASTAL RESILIENCE PLAN FOR THE NORTH SHORE OF OAHU.
HCR137 HD1 SD1
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO ESTABLISH OR CONTRACT WITH A VICTIM SERVICE PROVIDER TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN AN EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR CHILDREN WHO ARE SURVIVORS OF SEX TRAFFICKING.
HCR138
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CREATE A STUDENT-LED WORKING GROUP TO ADDRESS THE NEED FOR ACTIVE INCLUSION OF DIVERSE IDENTITIES WITHIN AND BEYOND SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION, TO TEACH CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE IDEAS AROUND MUTUAL RESPECT IN RELATIONSHIPS, AND TO FIND SITES OF POTENTIAL ACTIVE INCLUSION OF THESE IDENTITIES IN SEXUAL HEALTH CURRICULA, ALL WITHIN THE FRAMING PRINCIPLES OF ALOHA KEKAHI I KEKAHI.
HCR141
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO NAME THE MOKULELE BIKE PATH AFTER FORMER STATE REPRESENTATIVE JOSEPH "JOEY" W. BERTRAM III IN RECOGNITION AND CELEBRATION OF HIS LIFE AND ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MAUI VETERANS HIGHWAY BIKE ROUTE.
HCR142
REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT A FINANCIAL AND PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF THE MANAGED-CARE ORGANIZATIONS THAT ADMINISTER THE STATE'S MEDICAID PROGRAM.
HCR143
URGING THE JUDICIARY TO PARTNER WITH SUPPORTING AGENCIES AND REQUEST GRANT FUNDS UNDER THE VICTIMS OF CRIME ACT TO ESTABLISH AND SUPPORT A RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PROGRAM IN EACH COUNTY TO ALLOW VICTIMS AND OFFENDERS AN OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN RESTORATIVE JUSTICE.
HCR144
URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO SCHEDULE A CONGRESSIONAL OVERSIGHT HEARING TO INVESTIGATE THE STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION DIVISION AND AMEND THE NATIVE AMERICAN GRAVES PROTECTION REPATRIATION ACT TO REQUIRE FREE, PRIOR AND INFORMED CONSENT OF NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES, ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGES, AND NATIVE HAWAIIAN ORGANIZATIONS BEFORE APPROVING DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS.
HCR145
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS TO ESTABLISH A WORKING GROUP TO RETURN CROWN LANDS TO NATIVE HAWAIIANS.
HCR147
REQUESTING THAT THE DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION ASSIST THE HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH WITH OBTAINING A FEDERAL EXEMPTION FOR THE STATE AUTHORIZED USE OF CANNABIS IN HAWAII.
HCR164
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCREASE ACCESS TO ARTS AND CULTURAL EDUCATION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO ADDRESS LEARNING LOSS CAUSED BY THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
HCR167
URGING MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO ENACT FEDERAL LEGISLATION GRANTING STATEHOOD TO THE PEOPLE OF WASHINGTON, D.C.
HCR169
REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO CERTIFY GOOD STANDING FOR ALL LESSEES OF STATE PUBLIC LANDS AND PROHIBIT THE STATE FROM LEASING OR RENEWING THE LEASE OF ANY PUBLIC LANDS TO ANY INDIVIDUAL, CORPORATION, OR PUBLIC AGENCY THAT HAS NOT MET ALL FINANCIAL, CONTRACTUAL, AND LEGAL OBLIGATIONS.
HCR170
URGING THE COUNTIES TO UTILIZE AN EMPTY HOMES TAX AS A MEANS OF ADDRESSING AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN THE STATE.
HCR171 HD1
COMMITTING TO PROVIDE GREATER PUBLIC ACCESS TO THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS BY ADOPTING RULES TO ALLOW FOR VIRTUAL TESTIMONY, RECORDED HEARINGS, AND INTERNET BROADCASTS OF HEARINGS BEYOND PERIODS OF CATASTROPHIC EVENTS.
HCR174
URGING THE JUDICIARY TO CONSIDER GRANDPARENT VISITATION RIGHTS WHEN AWARDING VISITATION DURING CUSTODY DISPUTES.
HCR181
REQUESTING THE JUDICIARY TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO REEVALUATE THE CURRENT FAMILY COURT JUVENILE JUSTICE MODEL AND CONSIDER OTHER MODELS THAT PROVIDE MORE ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION, MORE EFFECTIVELY REHABILITATE JUVENILE OFFENDERS, AND REDUCE RECIDIVISM.
HCR182
REQUESTING THAT THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO DEVELOP RECOMMENDATIONS TO IMPROVE SIDEWALK MAINTENANCE.
HR2 HD1
REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TO PREPARE A PLAN TO DECOMMISSION THE RED HILL BULK FUEL STORAGE FACILITY, STORE ITS FUEL AWAY FROM THE SOUTHERN OAHU BASAL AQUIFER IN A MANNER COMPLIANT WITH FEDERAL AND STATE LAW, PREPARE A PLAN TO ESTABLISH A NEW WATER TREATMENT FACILITY, PAY FOR ALL COSTS TO THE STATE, AND COMPLY WITH ALL FUTURE REMEDIATION EFFORTS.
HR3 HD1
URGING THE HILO HIGH SCHOOL SCHOOL COMMUNITY COUNCIL TO RECOMMEND THAT THE HILO HIGH SCHOOL GYM BE NAMED AFTER ALBERT AND LAWRENCE MANLIGUIS.
HR4
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.
HR9
ESTABLISHING A COMMISSION TO IMPROVE STANDARDS OF CONDUCT.
HR11 HD1
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PROGRAM TO RECRUIT AND EMPLOY QUALIFIED BLIND PROFESSIONALS TO SERVE AS ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY INSTRUCTORS AND IN OTHER POSITIONS AS TEACHERS OF VISUALLY IMPAIRED STUDENTS.
HR16
URGING THE UNTIED STATES CONGRESS AND HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO SUPPORT LEGISLATION ESTABLISHING MEDICARE FOR ALL.
HR17 HD1
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE REGARDING THE AMOUNT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL SPACE AVAILABLE TO BE USED FOR PRESCHOOL CLASSROOMS AND THE NUMBER OF PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS CERTIFIED TO TEACH EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION.
HR18
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM TO SUBMIT A REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE BARRIERS TO CREATING AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN THE STATE.
HR19
URGING HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO STRONGLY SUPPORT PASSAGE OF THE WOMEN'S HEALTH PROTECTION ACT OF 2021 TO PROTECT THE RIGHT TO ACCESS AND PROVIDE ABORTION SERVICES.
HR20
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO ADDRESS THE STATE'S SCHOOL BUS DRIVER SHORTAGE.
HR22
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO SUBMIT A REPORT ON PESTICIDE INSPECTIONS CONDUCTED WITHIN THE PAST FIVE YEARS AND STRENGTHEN STATEWIDE ENFORCEMENT OF RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDE VIOLATIONS.
HR23 HD1
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION'S SCHOOL FOOD SERVICES BRANCH TO ADOPT AN ADDENDUM TO ITS AGREEMENTS FOR ‘ĀINA PONO SUPPORTING THE PROCUREMENT OF GOODS, SERVICES, OR BOTH FROM FOOD HUBS.
HR24
URGING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION AND DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CHANGE THE NAME OF PRESIDENT WILLIAM MCKINLEY HIGH SCHOOL BACK TO HONOLULU HIGH SCHOOL AND REMOVE THE STATUE OF PRESIDENT MCKINLEY FROM THE SCHOOL PREMISES.
HR25
ENCOURAGING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK WITH STAKEHOLDERS TO DEVELOP A HOLISTIC MANAGEMENT PLAN THAT WILL ENSURE HANA HIGHWAY IS PROPERLY MAINTAINED AND IS SAFE FOR RESIDENTS AND VISITORS.
HR26
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO FOLLOW WORKFORCE HOUSING MODELS, SUCH AS KOA‘E MAKANA AND THE HOKUAO 201H HOUSING PROJECT, FOR ALL TEACHERS SEEKING AFFORDABLE UNITS IN THE STATE.
HR28
CONDEMNING RUSSIA'S ATTACK ON UKRAINE AND SUPPORTING SWIFT AND SEVERE ECONOMIC SANCTIONS IMPOSED ON RUSSIA.
HR30
REQUESTING THE HAWAII EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY TO DEVELOP A PRELIMINARY DRAFT EVACUATION PLAN FOR THE AREAS WITHIN LAVA ZONES 1, 2, 3, 4, AND 6.
HR38
REQUESTING HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY TO CONDUCT A STUDY TO IDENTIFY AND REMOVE ANY REDUNDANT UTILITY POLES ON OAHU.
HR39
REQUESTING THE HAWAII HOUSING FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TO CONDUCT AN ANALYSIS ON THE FEASIBILITY OF FACTORY-BUILT HOUSING AS A COST-EFFECTIVE AND PRACTICAL ANSWER TO ADDRESS THE STATE'S HOUSING SHORTAGE.
HR43 HD1
REQUESTING THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION TO CONSIDER EFFORTS TO MITIGATE HIGH ENERGY BURDENS FOR LOW- AND MODERATE-INCOME CUSTOMERS AND INPUT BY THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE AND INVESTIGATE HOW TO INTEGRATE CONSIDERATIONS OF ENERGY EQUITY AND JUSTICE ACROSS ITS WORK.
HR45 HD1
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO REMEDY STATEWIDE SCHOOL BUS TRANSPORTATION INEQUITIES FOR SCHOOLCHILDREN FROM LOW- TO MODERATE-INCOME FAMILIES.
HR47
REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO ENDORSE THE NEW PLASTICS ECONOMY GLOBAL COMMITMENT AND THE OFFICE OF PLANNING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TO SET TARGETS TO FULFILL THE NEW PLASTICS ECONOMY GLOBAL COMMITMENT.
HR48
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO ESTABLISH PROGRAMS AND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES TO INCREASE MEDIA LITERACY AND PROMOTE DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP.
HR52 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES AND LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING A PROGRAM TO PROVIDE A BASIC INCOME TO QUALIFIED ADULTS WHO ARE VERIFIED VICTIMS OF SEX TRAFFICKING OR WHO ARE FEMALE OR SEXUAL AND GENDER MINORITY INDIVIDUALS SEEKING TO EXIT THE SEX TRADE.
HR53
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO ISSUE CERTIFICATES OF STILLBIRTH.
HR56
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS TO NOTIFY BENEFICIARIES THROUGH BENEFICIARY CONSULTATION PRIOR TO DISPOSING OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS AND TO EXERCISE OTHER PROTECTIONS OF BENEFICIARY INTERESTS.
HR57
REQUESTING THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS IMPLEMENT PROGRAMS TO SUPPORT VERY LOW INCOME NATIVE HAWAIIAN BENEFICIARIES.
HR61
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCLUDE THE TEACHING OF FINANCIAL LITERACY IN THE EXISTING PERSONAL TRANSITION PLAN COURSE REQUIREMENT FOR EACH STUDENT.
HR62
DESIGNATING THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER 2022 AS CHILD CARE PROVIDER APPRECIATION MONTH.
HR84
REQUESTING THE DIRECTOR OF 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.
HR85
DECLARING OVERMILITARIZATION TO BE A THREAT TO THE SECURITY OF HAWAII AND THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY AND URGING PRIORITIZATION OF HUMANITARIAN AID IN THE UNITED STATES' RESPONSE TO THE UKRAINIAN CONFLICT AND INCREASED EFFORTS TO STRENGTHEN INTERNATIONAL NUCLEAR NONPROLIFERATION.
HR86
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO ASSIST COFFEE FARMERS IN PURCHASING ORGANIC FERTILIZER TO PREVENT COFFEE LEAF RUST.
HR88 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO EXAMINE ISSUES AND BARRIERS TO ENFORCEMENT TO REDUCE NOISE FROM TWO-STROKE ENGINES, MOPEDS, AND SMALL OFF-ROAD ENGINES.
HR93 HD1
REQUESTING THE EARLY LEARNING BOARD TO PREPARE A REPORT CONTAINING A ROAD MAP, INCLUDING PROPOSED LEGISLATION, FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ACT 46, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 2020.
HR101
URGING THE COUNTIES TO RECOGNIZE 911 EMERGENCY SERVICES DISPATCHERS AS FIRST RESPONDERS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE JURISDICTIONS.
HR102 HD1
URGING HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO INTRODUCE AND SUPPORT LEGISLATION THAT WOULD REPEAL THE $10,000 LIMITATION ON THE DEDUCTION FOR STATE AND LOCAL TAXES ENACTED BY THE FEDERAL TAX CUTS AND JOBS ACT OF 2017.
HR103
RECOGNIZING APRIL 17 THROUGH APRIL 23, 2022, AS VOLUNTEER WEEK IN THE STATE OF HAWAII.
HR104
URGING THE HAWAII HOUSING FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TO COMBAT HOSTILE AND HARMFUL ACTIONS BY PROFIT-DRIVEN INVESTORS AND AGGREGATORS PARTICIPATING IN THE STATE'S LOW-INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDIT PROGRAM.
HR117 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO IMMEDIATELY CEASE INTERCEPTING SOCIAL SECURITY PAYMENTS FOR CHILDREN IN FOSTER CARE.
HR119
REQUESTING THE STATE FOUNDATION ON CULTURE AND THE ARTS TO REPORT INFORMATION RELATING TO EXPENDITURES FROM THE WORKS OF ART SPECIAL FUND FOR THE CURATION AND PRESERVATION OF NATIVE HAWAIIAN ART.
HR120
REQUESTING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII TO INVESTIGATE AND ADDRESS THE FEASIBILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY OF A NURSING PROGRAM AT HONOLULU COMMUNITY COLLEGE.
HR130
APOLOGIZING TO THE NATIVE HAWAIIAN PEOPLE FOR THE EFFECTIVE PROHIBITION IN HAWAII SCHOOLS OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL USE OF THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE FROM 1896 TO 1986.
HR132
URGING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO DEVELOP A NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY STRATEGY.
HR133
REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF THE MANAGED CARE ORGANIZATIONS THAT ADMINISTER THE EMPLOYER-UNION HEALTH BENEFITS TRUST FUND BY AUDITING THE AMOUNTS PAID FOR HEALTH CARE AND AMOUNTS PAID FOR ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES.
HR134 HD1
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO ENSURE THAT CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION STANDARDS FOCUS ON PLACE-BASED RESPONSIVENESS TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND PREPARING STUDENTS TO ENGAGE IN A GROWING GREEN ECONOMY.
HR135
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO DEVELOP AND ADD FARM TO SCHOOL IMPLEMENTATION STANDARDS TO THE ANNUAL SCHOOL PRINCIPAL EVALUATIONS.
HR136
REQUESTING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO LEAD COMMUNITY EDUCATION WORKSHOPS REGARDING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE NORTH SHORE COASTAL RESILIENCE WORKING GROUP AND SEEK PUBLIC INPUT FROM INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPREHENSIVE AND COMMUNITY-DRIVEN COASTAL RESILIENCE PLAN FOR THE NORTH SHORE OF OAHU.
HR137 HD1
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO ESTABLISH OR CONTRACT WITH A VICTIM SERVICE PROVIDER TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN AN EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR CHILDREN WHO ARE SURVIVORS OF SEX TRAFFICKING.
HR138
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CREATE A STUDENT-LED WORKING GROUP TO ADDRESS THE NEED FOR ACTIVE INCLUSION OF DIVERSE IDENTITIES WITHIN AND BEYOND SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION, TO TEACH CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE IDEAS AROUND MUTUAL RESPECT IN RELATIONSHIPS, AND TO FIND SITES OF POTENTIAL ACTIVE INCLUSION OF THESE IDENTITIES IN SEXUAL HEALTH CURRICULA, ALL WITHIN THE FRAMING PRINCIPLES OF ALOHA KEKAHI I KEKAHI.
HR140
RECOGNIZING ERNEST "ERNIE" LAU AND HIS ROLE IN PROTECTING HAWAII'S WATER SUPPLY AND ESTABLISHING THE "ERNIE LAU WATER PROTECTOR POSTER CONTEST".
HR141
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO NAME THE MOKULELE BIKE PATH AFTER FORMER STATE REPRESENTATIVE JOSEPH "JOEY" W. BERTRAM III IN RECOGNITION AND CELEBRATION OF HIS LIFE AND ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MAUI VETERANS HIGHWAY BIKE ROUTE.
HR142
REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT A FINANCIAL AND PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF THE MANAGED-CARE ORGANIZATIONS THAT ADMINISTER THE STATE'S MEDICAID PROGRAM.
HR143
URGING THE JUDICIARY TO PARTNER WITH SUPPORTING AGENCIES AND REQUEST GRANT FUNDS UNDER THE VICTIMS OF CRIME ACT TO ESTABLISH AND SUPPORT A RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PROGRAM IN EACH COUNTY TO ALLOW VICTIMS AND OFFENDERS AN OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN RESTORATIVE JUSTICE.
HR144
URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO SCHEDULE A CONGRESSIONAL OVERSIGHT HEARING TO INVESTIGATE THE STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION DIVISION AND AMEND THE NATIVE AMERICAN GRAVES PROTECTION REPATRIATION ACT TO REQUIRE FREE, PRIOR AND INFORMED CONSENT OF NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES, ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGES, AND NATIVE HAWAIIAN ORGANIZATIONS BEFORE APPROVING DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS.
HR145
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS TO ESTABLISH A WORKING GROUP TO RETURN CROWN LANDS TO NATIVE HAWAIIANS.
HR147
REQUESTING THAT THE DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION ASSIST THE HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH WITH OBTAINING A FEDERAL EXEMPTION FOR THE STATE AUTHORIZED USE OF CANNABIS IN HAWAII.
HR164
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCREASE ACCESS TO ARTS AND CULTURAL EDUCATION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO ADDRESS LEARNING LOSS CAUSED BY THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
HR167
URGING MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO ENACT FEDERAL LEGISLATION GRANTING STATEHOOD TO THE PEOPLE OF WASHINGTON, D.C.
HR168
URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO DEVELOP PROGRAMS TO RECAPTURE, RETAIN, AND SHARE THE CULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL KNOWLEDGE OF LIMU KALA.
HR169
REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO CERTIFY GOOD STANDING FOR ALL LESSEES OF STATE PUBLIC LANDS AND PROHIBIT THE STATE FROM LEASING OR RENEWING THE LEASE OF ANY PUBLIC LANDS TO ANY INDIVIDUAL, CORPORATION, OR PUBLIC AGENCY THAT HAS NOT MET ALL FINANCIAL, CONTRACTUAL, AND LEGAL OBLIGATIONS.
HR170
URGING THE COUNTIES TO UTILIZE AN EMPTY HOMES TAX AS A MEANS OF ADDRESSING AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN THE STATE.
HR171 HD1
COMMITTING TO PROVIDE GREATER PUBLIC ACCESS TO THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS BY ADOPTING RULES TO ALLOW FOR VIRTUAL TESTIMONY, RECORDED HEARINGS, AND INTERNET BROADCASTS OF HEARINGS BEYOND PERIODS OF CATASTROPHIC EVENTS.
HR174
URGING THE JUDICIARY TO CONSIDER GRANDPARENT VISITATION RIGHTS WHEN AWARDING VISITATION DURING CUSTODY DISPUTES.
HR182
REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO CONDUCT PUBLIC FORUMS TO SOLICIT INPUT FROM THE COMMUNITY REGARDING THE LEASE OF STATE LANDS TO THE MILITARY.
HR183
REQUESTING HOTELS AND RESORTS IN THE STATE TO IMMEDIATELY REHIRE OR RECALL EMPLOYEES WHO WERE LAID OFF OR PLACED ON LEAVE AS A CONSEQUENCE OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
HR184
URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE FUNDING FOR IMMIGRATION SERVICES AND REQUESTING DATA ON THE EFFECT OF CASE BACKLOGS AND THE LACK OF FREE OR LOW-COST LEGAL REPRESENTATION ON IMMIGRATION CASES FILED IN HAWAII.