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House District 46
Hawaii State Capitol
Room 303
phone: 808-586-6700
fax: 808-586-6702
repperruso@Capitol.hawaii.gov
Member of the following committees:
District Information
46 - Wahiawa, Whitmore Village, Launani Valley

Neighborhood Boards
Wahiawā, Whitmore Village No. 26
Mililani Mauka/Launani Valley No. 35
Education
• Ph.D. in Political Science, UH Manoa, awarded with distinction (2013)
• PBSCE-SS, University of Hawaii at Manoa (2000)
• Ph.D. program in Chinese History, University of California at Los Angeles (1992-1995)
• Fulbright Scholar, University of Helsinki, Finland (1990-1992)
• B.A. with Honors Political Science and East Asian Studies, (1986-1990)

Work Experience
• Secretary-Treasurer, Hawaii State Teachers Association (2015-2018)
• Social Studies Teacher, Mililani High School (2004-2016)
• Teacher, Kapolei Middle School, Kapolei (2002-2004)
• Teacher, Highlands Intermediate School, Pearl City (2001-2002)
• Service Industry Management (1998-2000)
• Teaching Assistant, University of California at Los Angeles (1994-1995)
• Visiting Lecturer, University of Helsinki, Finland (1991-1992)
• Co-founded Wahiawa Agricultural Association (2017)
• Founded Civic Educational Council (2016)
• Governor's ESSA Task Force-Sole Secondary Teacher (2016)
• James Madison Fellowship for American Constitutionalism (2015)
• Course Development Consultant for Hawaii DOE E-School (2014)
• Project Coordinator: Hawaii State High School Legislative Internship (2013-2014)
• College Board Reader: U.S. Government and Politics A.P Exam (2008-2017)
• State Social Studies Content Panel (2012-2017)
• National Gilder-Lehrman Outstanding History Teacher Award Finalist (2012)
• Daughters of American Revolution History Teacher of the Year Award Hawaii (2011)
• Kenneth Behring Outstanding History Day Teaching Award (2009)
• Hawaii History Day Teacher of the Year (2009)
• Walmart/PDK Hawaii Teacher of the Year (2007)
Measures Introduced
 Title
HB36 HD1 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES.
HB38 HD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB39 HD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB40 HD1 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES.
HB84 RELATING TO TRAFFIC INFRACTIONS.
HB96 HD1 RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGE.
HB131 HD2 RELATING TO HEMP.
HB143 HD1 RELATING TO COFFEE LABELING.
HB144 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO COFFEE LABELING.
HB146 HD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB155 RELATING TO AIR QUALITY.
HB231 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB232 HD1 RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGE.
HB233 RELATING TO PROSTITUTION.
HB234 RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB235 HD1 RELATING TO DRUG TREATMENT.
HB236 RELATING TO SIDEWALKS.
HB237 RELATING TO COMMUNITY FOOD FORESTS.
HB243 HD1 RELATING TO EDUCATION FUNDING.
HB245 HD1 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB246 HD2 RELATING TO CHARTER SCHOOLS.
HB247 HD1 RELATING TO SCHOOLS.
HB248 HD1 RELATING TO EARLY LEARNING.
HB261 HD1 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB262 HD1 RELATING TO SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM INCENTIVES.
HB265 HD1 RELATING TO INVASIVE SPECIES.
HB294 RELATING TO CRIME.
HB295 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO DOMESTIC ABUSE.
HB310 RELATING TO ON-SITE EARLY CHILDHOOD FACILITIES.
HB312 HD1 SD2 RELATING TO CREATIVE MEDIA.
HB315 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CHILD CARE SITE DIRECTOR POSITION.
HB317 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB318 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB332 HD1 RELATING TO CHECK CASHING.
HB334 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT ACCOUNTS.
HB335 RELATING TO ZONING.
HB341 RELATING TO SPECIES CONSERVATION.
HB344 RELATING TO PUBLIC ACCESS.
HB379 HD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB380 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB381 HD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB382 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
HB383 HD1 RELATING TO CHILD WELFARE SERVICES.
HB384 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB385 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB386 RELATING TO SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION EDUCATION.
HB387 HD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB388 HD1 RELATING TO THE HAWAII ZERO TO THREE COURT.
HB402 HD1 SD2 RELATING TO INCREASING THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS' PRO RATA SHARE OF PUBLIC LAND TRUST FUNDS.
HB406 HD2 RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
HB408 RELATING TO RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY.
HB409 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB410 RELATING TO RESTITUTION FOR VICTIMS OF CRIME.
HB411 HD2 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
HB412 HD1 RELATING TO THE SALARY OF THE STATE LIBRARIAN.
HB413 HD2 SD1 RELATING TO EDUCATION INNOVATION GRANTS.
HB414 HD1 RELATING TO PROCUREMENT FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB424 RELATING TO CORRECTIONS.
HB427 RELATING TO DAM AND RESERVOIR SAFETY.
HB430 RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION.
HB434 RELATING TO MARIJUANA.
HB435 RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB459 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO PROVIDE FOR REFERENDUM.
HB462 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO THE LANDLORD TENANT CODE.
HB466 HD1 SD1 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE AGING AND DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER.
HB467 HD1 SD2 RELATING TO THE KUPUNA CAREGIVERS PROGRAM.
HB469 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO HEARING AIDS.
HB470 RELATING TO RETIREMENT SAVINGS.
HB472 RELATING TO ACTIVE AGING.
HB473 RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB474 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB481 HD2 SD1 RELATING TO INSURANCE.
HB482 RELATING TO SEXUAL VIOLENCE.
HB484 HD2 RELATING TO CLINICAL VICTIM SUPPORT SERVICES.
HB486 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO PROSTITUTION.
HB488 HD2 SD1 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES.
HB489 RELATING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.
HB490 HD1 RELATING TO THE LICENSURE OF MIDWIVES.
HB547 HD1 RELATING TO FARMS.
HB567 RELATING TO DIGITAL CONTENT BLOCKERS.
HB569 RELATING TO LITTERING.
HB571 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB572 RELATING TO LICENSE PLATES.
HB615 HD3 SD2 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
HB633 RELATING TO ANIMAL CRUELTY.
HB634 RELATING TO RESTORATIVE JUSTICE.
HB635 RELATING TO LEGISLATIVE ACCESS THROUGH REMOTE TESTIMONY.
HB636 RELATING TO RENTALS OF MOPEDS AND MOTOR SCOOTERS.
HB646 RELATING TO LIVE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT.
HB647 RELATING TO DIGITAL CONTENT BLOCKING CAPABILITIES.
HB649 HD1 RELATING TO TEACHER HOUSING SUBSIDIES.
HB651 RELATING TO THE HAWAII EDUCATOR LOAN PROGRAM.
HB656 RELATING TO CHILD CARE FACILITIES.
HB657 RELATING TO BULLYING.
HB660 HD1 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES.
HB661 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB662 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB670 HD1 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY.
HB708 RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB709 HD1 SD1 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE II OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII.
HB712 HD1 RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB713 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB723 HD1 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB724 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB725 HD1 RELATING TO STANDARDIZED TESTING.
HB726 HD1 RELATING TO A TEACHER TAX CREDIT.
HB727 RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGE.
HB732 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB733 RELATING TO THE CHIEF DATA OFFICER.
HB735 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB736 RELATING TO ADULT CARE HOMES.
HB737 RELATING TO AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER.
HB769 HD1 RELATING TO IRRIGATION.
HB798 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB811 HD2 RELATING TO CONDOMINIUMS.
HB813 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PROMISE PROGRAM PLUS.
HB833 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB847 HD1 RELATING TO THE STATE CAPITOL.
HB850 HD1 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB869 HD1 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB871 RELATING TO THE AGRIBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.
HB872 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB915 RELATING TO OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES.
HB1063 RELATING TO CIVIC EDUCATION.
HB1064 RELATING TO REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUST FUNDS.
HB1065 RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB1066 RELATING TO THE AGRIBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.
HB1067 RELATING TO MAUNA KEA.
HB1082 RELATING TO TRAILS.
HB1083 RELATING TO RAPID OHIA DEATH DISEASE.
HB1087 RELATING TO HEALTH CARE.
HB1101 HD1 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB1102 HD2 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE EDUCATION.
HB1108 RELATING TO TOURISM.
HB1117 HD2 RELATING TO STATE LANDS.
HB1118 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY.
HB1143 HD2 RELATING TO TEACHER SALARIES.
HB1144 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1146 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO PROCUREMENT.
HB1148 RELATING TO HEALTH CARE COVERAGE.
HB1149 RELATING TO ON-SITE CHILDHOOD FACILITIES.
HB1151 HD1 RELATING TO COMMERCIAL OCEAN RECREATION.
HB1152 RELATING TO MARINE RESOURCES.
HB1164 HD1 RELATING TO DEFERRED MAINTENANCE.
HB1166 HD1 RELATING TO CONSUMER PROTECTION.
HB1177 HD1 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY.
HB1183 RELATING TO AUTONOMOUS MOTOR VEHICLES.
HB1185 RELATING TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TASK FORCE.
HB1190 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1192 HD2 SD2 RELATING TO EQUAL PAY.
HB1193 SD1 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1213 RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB1214 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1217 HD1 RELATING TO VOTER REGISTRATION.
HB1223 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1224 RELATING TO CONDOMINIUMS.
HB1275 HD1 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1277 HD1 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PROMISE PROGRAM.
HB1283 RELATING TO FINANCIAL SECURITY.
HB1285 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1286 RELATING TO HEALTHCARE.
HB1287 RELATING TO A CARBON TAX.
HB1343 HD1 SD2 RELATING TO FAMILY LEAVE.
HB1379 RELATING TO VOTER REGISTRATION.
HB1380 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FINANCE.
HB1381 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO LOBBYISTS.
HB1415 HD1 RELATING TO HEALTH INSURANCE.
HB1416 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1419 RELATING TO UNITED STATES SENATOR DANIEL K. AKAKA DAY.
HB1420 HD2 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY OPERATING BUDGET.
HB1422 HD2 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.
HB1435 HD2 RELATING TO GENDER EQUITY.
HB1447 HD1 RELATING TO PALLIATIVE CARE.
HB1448 HD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1451 HD3 RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB1452 HD1 RELATING TO CIVIL LEGAL SERVICES.
HB1465 HD2 RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
HB1470 RELATING TO ACTIONS FOR QUIET TITLE.
HB1502 RELATING TO MEDICAL CANNABIS.
HB1503 HD2 SD1 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB1551 HD1 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY.
HB1576 RELATING TO SOLID WASTE.
HB1578 RELATING TO SEA LEVEL RISE.
HB1579 RELATING TO STATEWIDE SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES.
HB1581 RELATING TO CANNABIS.
HB1611 RELATING TO SHORELINES.
HB1843 HD1 RELATING TO MEDICAL CANNABIS PRODUCTS.
HB1844 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO CLEAN ENERGY FINANCING.
HB1845 HD1 RELATING TO THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATION REBATE PROGRAM.
HB1846 HD2 SD2 RELATING TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY.
HB1847 HD1 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB1848 HD1 RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB1849 HD1 RELATING TO INVASIVE SPECIES.
HB1851 HD2 RELATING TO GRID-INTERACTIVE WATER HEATER SYSTEMS.
HB1852 RELATING TO ENERGY FINANCING FOR STATE AGENCIES.
HB1853 RELATING TO INDIVIDUAL WASTEWATER SYSTEMS.
HB1858 RELATING TO CESSPOOLS.
HB1859 HD1 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB1860 HD2 RELATING TO WATER POLLUTION.
HB1861 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO COFFEE BERRY BORER.
HB1862 HD1 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB1863 HD1 RELATING TO GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS REDUCTION.
HB1864 HD2 RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY.
HB1865 HD1 RELATING TO ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AND RELATED DEMENTIA.
HB1866 HD1 RELATING TO THE HEALTHY AGING PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM.
HB1867 HD1 RELATING TO THE KUPUNA CAREGIVERS PROGRAM.
HB1868 HD1 RELATING TO JURY DUTY.
HB1869 RELATING TO PARKING FOR DISABLED PERSONS.
HB1870 HD1 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE.
HB1871 HD1 RELATING TO LONG TERM CARE.
HB1873 RELATING TO ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE.
HB1874 HD1 RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES AGAINST SENIORS.
HB1886 HD2 RELATING TO COFFEE LABELING.
HB1887 RELATING TO IMPORTATION OF UNROASTED COFFEE INTO HAWAII.
HB1888 RELATING TO THE PESTICIDE SUBSIDY PROGRAM.
HB1891 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1892 HD1 RELATING TO A FOOD HUB PILOT PROGRAM.
HB1893 RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB1894 HD1 RELATING TO BEGINNING FARMER TRAINING.
HB1895 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB1900 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY.
HB1901 SD1 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY.
HB1902 HD2 SD2 RELATING TO FIREARMS.
HB1903 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY.
HB1904 HD2 RELATING TO THE UNIFORM EMPLOYEE AND STUDENT ONLINE PRIVACY PROTECTION ACT.
HB1911 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1927 RELATING TO EMOLUMENTS.
HB1934 HD1 RELATING TO CLEAN AND RENEWABLE ENERGY JOBS.
HB1935 RELATING TO THE MILITARY.
HB1936 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE EDUCATION.
HB1937 RELATING TO ETHICS.
HB1938 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING.
HB1940 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO SERVICE ANIMALS.
HB1944 HD1 RELATING TO THE TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX.
HB1945 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO THE TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX.
HB1946 HD1 RELATING TO THE TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX.
HB1957 HD2 RELATING TO TAX CREDITS.
HB1975 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES.
HB1979 RELATING TO PROTECTIVE ORDERS.
HB1997 RELATING TO HOLIDAYS.
HB1998 HD1 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.
HB2004 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO CHILD PASSENGER RESTRAINTS.
HB2010 HD1 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB2011 RELATING TO THE GOVERNOR'S COORDINATOR ON NATIVE HAWAIIAN ADVANCEMENT.
HB2012 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB2013 RELATING TO NATIVE HAWAIIAN ART.
HB2014 RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB2015 HD1 RELATING TO INVASIVE SPECIES.
HB2016 RELATING TO PROCUREMENT.
HB2017 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION.
HB2018 RELATING TO TRAINING.
HB2021 RELATING TO TEACHER HOUSING.
HB2043 HD2 SD2 RELATING TO ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH CARE.
HB2044 RELATING TO SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION EDUCATION.
HB2045 HD1 RELATING TO HEALTH CARE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT.
HB2046 HD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB2047 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB2049 HD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB2051 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB2053 RELATING TO CIVIL RIGHTS.
HB2054 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES.
HB2055 RELATING TO STATE PROCUREMENT OF WIFI AND INTERNET SERVICES.
HB2057 HD2 RELATING TO PROOF OF DOMESTIC OR SEXUAL VIOLENCE VICTIM STATUS.
HB2058 HD1 RELATING TO DOMESTIC ABUSE.
HB2059 RELATING TO CAMPUS SAFETY.
HB2061 HD1 SD2 RELATING TO CHILD SUPPORT.
HB2062 HD2 RELATING TO THE SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN.
HB2063 RELATING TO SEXUAL HARASSMENT.
HB2068 HD2 RELATING TO THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.
HB2069 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO PROPERTY FORFEITURE.
HB2088 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB2089 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB2091 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD CHECKS.
HB2092 HD1 RELATING TO SCHOOLS.
HB2093 HD1 RELATING TO EDUCATION DATA.
HB2094 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO EARLY LEARNING.
HB2099 HD1 RELATING TO THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE ON AGING.
HB2106 HD1 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB2107 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE EMERGENCY AND BUDGET RESERVE FUND.
HB2113 RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB2114 RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB2115 HD1 RELATING TO RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY.
HB2116 RELATING TO THE LANDLORD-TENANT CODE.
HB2117 HD1 RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS.
HB2118 RELATING TO ANTITRUST.
HB2119 HD2 RELATING TO VOTING.
HB2120 HD2 RELATING TO THE STATE ETHICS CODE.
HB2123 HD1 RELATING TO SEXUAL HARASSMENT.
HB2124 HD1 SD2 RELATING TO THE CODE OF ETHICS.
HB2125 HD2 SD1 RELATING TO THE STATE ETHICS CODE.
HB2126 RELATING TO VOTER REGISTRATION.
HB2127 HD1 RELATING TO LICENSING.
HB2128 HD2 RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB2129 RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB2130 RELATING TO VETERINARIANS.
HB2131 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL LANDS.
HB2144 RELATING TO EDUCATION FUNDING.
HB2145 RELATING TO SPECIAL EDUCATION.
HB2146 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB2147 RELATING TO STANDARDIZED TESTING.
HB2153 RELATING TO PHASING OUT FOSSIL FUELS.
HB2154 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.
HB2156 RELATING TO TAXATION OF LOCALLY PRODUCED, ORGANIC FOOD.
HB2157 RELATING TO PENAL LIABILITY FOR BUSINESS ENTITIES.
HB2158 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB2159 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB2160 HD1 RELATING TO FORESTRY.
HB2166 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY LABORATORY SCHOOL.
HB2169 HD1 RELATING TO THE REGENTS CANDIDATE ADVISORY COUNCIL.
HB2170 HD1 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII BOARD OF REGENTS.
HB2177 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE.
HB2192 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS.
HB2197 HD1 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.
HB2234 HD1 RELATING TO FOOD DONATION.
HB2235 HD1 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB2236 HD2 SD1 RELATING TO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES.
HB2243 HD1 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB2244 RELATING TO INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT ACCOUNTS.
HB2245 RELATING TO PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS.
HB2246 HD1 RELATING TO TAX RETURN PREPARERS.
HB2248 HD1 RELATING TO PRODUCTS CONTAINING SUN PROTECTION FACTOR INGREDIENTS.
HB2259 RELATING TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING.
HB2266 RELATING TO SEA LEVEL RISE.
HB2404 HD2 RELATING TO GRANTS FOR LOCAL RECYCLING FACILITIES.
HB2405 RELATING TO SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING.
HB2406 RELATING TO ENERGY PROJECTS NEAR RESIDENTIAL AREAS.
HB2407 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO STATEWIDE COMPOSTING.
HB2408 RELATING TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.
HB2425 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO DOMESTIC ABUSE.
HB2430 HD2 RELATING TO FEMININE HYGIENE PRODUCTS.
HB2433 RELATING TO EVIDENCE.
HB2445 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB2492 HD2 RELATING TO HYDROFLUOROCARBONS.
HB2493 RELATING TO CARBON EMISSIONS REDUCTION.
HB2541 HD1 RELATING TO HELPING WORKING FAMILIES.
HB2565 HD2 SD2 RELATING TO PESTICIDES.
HB2566 HD1 RELATING TO TRAFFIC SAFETY.
HB2581 RELATING TO CRIME.
HB2582 RELATING TO TEMPORARY STAFF OF THE LEGISLATURE.
HB2583 RELATING TO VEHICLES.
HB2619 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL VILLAGES.
HB2622 RELATING TO VISITOR INFORMATION.
HB2630 HD2 SD1 RELATING TO THE TRANSITION OF THE OAHU REGIONAL HEALTH CARE SYSTEM FROM THE HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION INTO THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.
HB2631 RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB2632 HD1 RELATING TO FOOD SECURITY.
HB2706 HD1 RELATING TO THE DONATION OF FOOD.
HB2718 HD1 SD1 RELATING TO CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION.
HB2719 RELATING TO GREEN FEES.
HB2720 HD1 RELATING TO GENDER EQUITY.
HCR7 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, IN COLLABORATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO ESTABLISH SAFE AND EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE FOR ALL CHILDREN IN HAWAII.
HCR8 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO EXPAND AND IMPROVE HAWAII'S HOME VISITING PROGRAM.
HCR9 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO BROADEN THE CONTENT OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCE CURRICULUM TO INCLUDE VARIOUS PRINCIPLES OF DIVERSITY.
HCR10 URGING THE STATE TO BAN SINGLE-USE PLASTIC GOODS AND PLASTIC BAGS AND TO SET A SUSTAINABILITY EXAMPLE BY ELIMINATING THE USE OF SINGLE-USE PLASTIC TABLEWARE AT STATE DEPARTMENT MEETINGS AND FUNCTIONS.
HCR11 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO IMPLEMENT BROWN-BAG LUNCH SESSIONS AT MIDDLE SCHOOLS AND HIGH SCHOOLS.
HCR12 REQUESTING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A TASK FORCE TO ASSESS THE OUTSTANDING CLAIMS RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT.
HCR13 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO SUBMIT A REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AMENDED CHAPTERS 19 AND 89 OF TITLE 8, HAWAII ADMINISTRATIVE RULES.
HCR14 REQUESTING VARIOUS APPOINTING AUTHORITIES TO DEDICATE THEMSELVES TO ACHIEVE GENDER PARITY ON STATE BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS AND CIRCUIT COURT.
HCR15 CONVENING A TASK FORCE TO ADDRESS IMPLEMENTATION OF HAWAII'S STATE LAW COROLLARY TO TITLE IX IN LIGHT OF ANTICIPATED CHANGES TO FEDERAL TITLE IX REGULATIONS.
HCR16 REQUESTING THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES PROVIDE AN ESTIMATE OF THE BUDGET APPROPRIATION AND LEGISLATIVE ACTION NECESSARY TO FUND AN EXPANSION OF MED-QUEST COVERAGE TO ALL POST-PARTUM WOMEN FOR A PERIOD OF TWELVE MONTHS FOLLOWING CHILDBIRTH.
HCR17 REQUESTING THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO CONSOLIDATE DATA AND INFORMATION REGARDING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN INTO A COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL REPORT TO STRENGTHEN THE STATE'S OVERALL RESPONSE TO VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN.
HCR34 REQUESTING THAT THE WALL STREET JOURNAL INCLUDE HAWAIIAN AIRLINES IN THE NEWSPAPER'S FUTURE RANKINGS OF THE BEST AND WORST AIRLINES IN THE UNITED STATES.
HCR50 REQUESTING DISCLOSURE OF POTENTIAL LACK OF TITLE INSURANCE TO PURCHASERS OF CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY AND CREATION OF A TASK FORCE ON TITLE INSURANCE.
HCR56 URGING EACH COUNTY TO EXAMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF USING DOWNDRAFT GASIFICATION TO CONVERT WASTE INTO FUEL AND BIOCHAR.
HCR57 DECLARING A CLIMATE EMERGENCY AND REQUESTING STATEWIDE COLLABORATION TOWARD AN IMMEDIATE JUST TRANSITION AND EMERGENCY MOBILIZATION EFFORT TO RESTORE A SAFE CLIMATE.
HCR58 SUPPORTING SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS CORPORATIONS, CELEBRATING AND COMMENDING THE PRACTICE OF BUSINESS AS A FORCE FOR GOOD, AND SEEKING TO INCREASE THE PERCENTAGE OF SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS CORPORATIONS IN THE STATE.
HCR59 ENCOURAGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, COMPLEX AREAS, AND CHARTER SCHOOLS TO IMPLEMENT SCHOOL-WIDE RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PRACTICES IN THE STATE'S PUBLIC AND CHARTER SCHOOLS.
HCR63 SUPPORTING A FEASIBILITY ASSESSMENT FOR REEF INSURANCE AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS TO PROTECT HAWAII’S COASTLINES AND COASTAL INFRASTRUCTURE FROM NATURAL DISASTERS.
HCR68 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF THE MILITARY ON HAWAII'S ECONOMY.
HCR69 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCREASE ACCESS TO TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO EXPERIENCE SEXUAL VIOLENCE.
HCR72 URGING THE TAX REVIEW COMMISSION AND THE OFFICE OF PLANNING TO CONDUCT FEASIBILITY STUDIES TO DETERMINE WHETHER AND HOW GREEN FEES CAN SUPPORT OR ACCELERATE PROGRESS TOWARD HAWAII'S CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION BENCHMARKS AND MANDATES.
HCR75 REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF EACH COUNTY TO DESIGNATE AND ESTABLISH ADDITIONAL VOTER SERVICE CENTERS AT APPROPRIATE LOCATIONS FOR THE 2020 ELECTIONS.
HCR78 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO ADDRESS MICROPLASTICS BY DESIGNATING PERSONNEL, IMPLEMENTING TECHNOLOGY, AND ESTABLISHING A PILOT PROJECT AT KAILUA BEACH PARK TO DEPLOY AND TEST NEW SAND-CLEANING TECHNOLOGIES FOR STATEWIDE USE.
HCR80 REQUESTING A STUDY OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH EFFECTS OF FIFTH-GENERATION TECHNOLOGY.
HCR81 URGING ALL COMMERCIAL AIRLINES OPERATING IN HAWAII TO THOROUGHLY CLEAN AND DISINFECT THEIR AIRCRAFT BETWEEN FLIGHTS TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF ILLNESSES AND DISEASES, INCLUDING COVID-19.
HCR90 REQUESTING THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC INTEREST WHEN REVIEWING THE POTENTIAL ACQUISITION OF HAWAII GAS BY AN EXTERNAL ENTITY.
HCR94 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO REVIEW THE STATE'S FOOD SECURITY AND FOOD SAFETY PRACTICES.
HCR100 REQUESTING THE HAWAII EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY TO CONDUCT DISASTER PREPAREDNESS OUTREACH AND EDUCATION THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
HCR101 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCREASE FAMILY ENGAGEMENT IN MICRONESIAN COMMUNITIES.
HCR102 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO EXPAND ACCESS TO THE WE THE PEOPLE PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS AND REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE C3 FRAMEWORK FOR SOCIAL STUDIES IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
HCR104 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND THE COMMISSIONER OF SECURITIES TO BE NOTIFIED OF AND AUTHORIZED TO ATTEND ANY MEETING AT WHICH PUBLIC EMPLOYEES ARE SUBJECT TO A BROKER-DEALER OFFERING BROKERAGE SERVICES TO THOSE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES.
HCR105 URGING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO INCREASE PUBLIC OUTREACH AND ENCOURAGE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ON THE POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF A STORM WATER UTILITY.
HCR127 URGING THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, UNITED STATES CONGRESS, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, AND UNITED STATES CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION TO FULLY SUPPORT HAWAII IN THE SCREENING, PREVENTION, AND CONTAINMENT OF COVID-19.
HCR135 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO AMEND ITS ADMINISTRATIVE RULES TO ALLOW FOR COMMERCIAL SALE OF RABBIT MEAT FOR CONSUMPTION.
HCR139 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE FACTORS ATTRIBUTABLE TO LOW VOTER TURNOUT IN ELECTIONS IN THE STATE.
HCR140 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY TO DETERMINE THE NEED FOR A STATE DEMOGRAPHER.
HCR144 REQUESTING THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY TO CONDUCT A STUDY TO IDENTIFY AND ADDRESS THE IMPACTS OF TOURISM ON COMMUNITIES THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
HCR145 REQUESTING THE COLLECTION OF SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER IDENTITY INFORMATION BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH VIA THE BEHAVIORAL RISK FACTOR SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM, AND BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION VIA THE YOUTH RISK BEHAVIOR SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM.
HCR150 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM TO CONVENE A WORKING GROUP TO EXPLORE AND PROPOSE METHODS TO INCENTIVIZE WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN HAWAII.
HCR151 URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS, THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, AND THE HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO TAKE EVERY ACTION NECESSARY TO ADDRESS RAPIDLY INCREASING SAFETY RISKS AND COMMUNITY DISRUPTION RESULTING FROM INSUFFICIENT REGULATION OF RAPIDLY INCREASING OPERATIONS OF TOUR HELICOPTERS AND SMALL AIRCRAFT THROUGHOUT HAWAII SKIES.
HCR157 REQUESTING THE HAWAII STATE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON MISSING AND MURDERED NATIVE HAWAIIAN WOMEN AND GIRLS AND TO SUBMIT A REPORT ON THE STUDY TO THE LEGISLATURE.
HCR160 APOLOGIZING FOR THE INTERNMENT OF PREDOMINATELY JAPANESE AMERICANS AT THE HONOULIULI INTERNMENT CAMP DURING WORLD WAR II.
HCR168 URGING THE UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE TO RAISE THE DEPENDENT CARE FLEXIBLE SAVINGS ACCOUNT LIMITS TO REFLECT THE AVERAGE COST OF CHILD CARE IN EACH STATE.
HCR169 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCREASE ACCESS AND EQUITY TO DUAL CREDIT PROGRAMS.
HCR170 URGING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO OFFER A FIFTY-YEAR LEASE TO THE HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR THE CONTINUATION OF GENERAL AVIATION ACTIVITIES AT DILLINGHAM AIRFIELD.
HCR171 URGING THE LEGISLATURE TO CREATE A WORKING GROUP TO DETERMINE HOW TO EXPAND DUAL CREDIT ACCESS.
HCR172 DESIGNATING THE FIRST WEEK OF MAY AS TARDIVE DYSKINESIA AWARENESS WEEK.
HR5 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, IN COLLABORATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO ESTABLISH SAFE AND EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE FOR ALL CHILDREN IN HAWAII.
HR6 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO EXPAND AND IMPROVE HAWAII'S HOME VISITING PROGRAM.
HR7 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO BROADEN THE CONTENT OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCE CURRICULUM TO INCLUDE VARIOUS PRINCIPLES OF DIVERSITY.
HR8 URGING THE STATE TO BAN SINGLE-USE PLASTIC GOODS AND PLASTIC BAGS AND TO SET A SUSTAINABILITY EXAMPLE BY ELIMINATING THE USE OF SINGLE-USE PLASTIC TABLEWARE AT STATE DEPARTMENT MEETINGS AND FUNCTIONS.
HR9 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO IMPLEMENT BROWN-BAG LUNCH SESSIONS AT MIDDLE SCHOOLS AND HIGH SCHOOLS.
HR11 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO SUBMIT A REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AMENDED CHAPTERS 19 AND 89 OF TITLE 8, HAWAII ADMINISTRATIVE RULES.
HR12 REQUESTING VARIOUS APPOINTING AUTHORITIES TO DEDICATE THEMSELVES TO ACHIEVE GENDER PARITY ON STATE BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS AND CIRCUIT COURT.
HR13 CONVENING A TASK FORCE TO ADDRESS IMPLEMENTATION OF HAWAII'S STATE LAW COROLLARY TO TITLE IX IN LIGHT OF ANTICIPATED CHANGES TO FEDERAL TITLE IX REGULATIONS.
HR14 REQUESTING THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES PROVIDE AN ESTIMATE OF THE BUDGET APPROPRIATION AND LEGISLATIVE ACTION NECESSARY TO FUND AN EXPANSION OF MED-QUEST COVERAGE TO ALL POST-PARTUM WOMEN FOR A PERIOD OF TWELVE MONTHS FOLLOWING CHILDBIRTH.
HR15 REQUESTING THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO CONSOLIDATE DATA AND INFORMATION REGARDING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN INTO A COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL REPORT TO STRENGTHEN THE STATE'S OVERALL RESPONSE TO VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN.
HR17 RECOGNIZING JAMES T. FUNAKI, ESQ. FOR HIS EXEMPLARY CAREER AND EXTRAORDINARY CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND THE STATE OF HAWAII.
HR18 REQUESTING THAT THE WALL STREET JOURNAL INCLUDE HAWAIIAN AIRLINES IN THE NEWSPAPER'S FUTURE RANKINGS OF THE BEST AND WORST AIRLINES IN THE UNITED STATES.
HR35 REQUESTING DISCLOSURE OF POTENTIAL LACK OF TITLE INSURANCE TO PURCHASERS OF CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY AND CREATION OF A TASK FORCE ON TITLE INSURANCE.
HR41 URGING EACH COUNTY TO EXAMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF USING DOWNDRAFT GASIFICATION TO CONVERT WASTE INTO FUEL AND BIOCHAR.
HR42 DECLARING A CLIMATE EMERGENCY AND REQUESTING STATEWIDE COLLABORATION TOWARD AN IMMEDIATE JUST TRANSITION AND EMERGENCY MOBILIZATION EFFORT TO RESTORE A SAFE CLIMATE.
HR43 SUPPORTING SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS CORPORATIONS, CELEBRATING AND COMMENDING THE PRACTICE OF BUSINESS AS A FORCE FOR GOOD, AND SEEKING TO INCREASE THE PERCENTAGE OF SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS CORPORATIONS IN THE STATE.
HR44 ENCOURAGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, COMPLEX AREAS, AND CHARTER SCHOOLS TO IMPLEMENT SCHOOL-WIDE RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PRACTICES IN THE STATE'S PUBLIC AND CHARTER SCHOOLS.
HR47 SUPPORTING A FEASIBILITY ASSESSMENT FOR REEF INSURANCE AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS TO PROTECT HAWAII’S COASTLINES AND COASTAL INFRASTRUCTURE FROM NATURAL DISASTERS.
HR51 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF THE MILITARY ON HAWAII'S ECONOMY.
HR52 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCREASE ACCESS TO TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO EXPERIENCE SEXUAL VIOLENCE.
HR55 URGING THE TAX REVIEW COMMISSION AND THE OFFICE OF PLANNING TO CONDUCT FEASIBILITY STUDIES TO DETERMINE WHETHER AND HOW GREEN FEES CAN SUPPORT OR ACCELERATE PROGRESS TOWARD HAWAII'S CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION BENCHMARKS AND MANDATES.
HR58 REQUESTING THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF EACH COUNTY TO DESIGNATE AND ESTABLISH ADDITIONAL VOTER SERVICE CENTERS AT APPROPRIATE LOCATIONS FOR THE 2020 ELECTIONS.
HR61 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO ADDRESS MICROPLASTICS BY DESIGNATING PERSONNEL, IMPLEMENTING TECHNOLOGY, AND ESTABLISHING A PILOT PROJECT AT KAILUA BEACH PARK TO DEPLOY AND TEST NEW SAND-CLEANING TECHNOLOGIES FOR STATEWIDE USE.
HR63 REQUESTING A STUDY OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH EFFECTS OF FIFTH-GENERATION TECHNOLOGY.
HR64 URGING ALL COMMERCIAL AIRLINES OPERATING IN HAWAII TO THOROUGHLY CLEAN AND DISINFECT THEIR AIRCRAFT BETWEEN FLIGHTS TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF ILLNESSES AND DISEASES, INCLUDING COVID-19.
HR71 REQUESTING THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC INTEREST WHEN REVIEWING THE POTENTIAL ACQUISITION OF HAWAII GAS BY AN EXTERNAL ENTITY.
HR81 REQUESTING THE HAWAII EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY TO CONDUCT DISASTER PREPAREDNESS OUTREACH AND EDUCATION THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
HR82 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCREASE FAMILY ENGAGEMENT IN MICRONESIAN COMMUNITIES.
HR83 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO EXPAND ACCESS TO THE WE THE PEOPLE PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS AND REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE C3 FRAMEWORK FOR SOCIAL STUDIES IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
HR85 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND THE COMMISSIONER OF SECURITIES TO BE NOTIFIED OF AND AUTHORIZED TO ATTEND ANY MEETING AT WHICH PUBLIC EMPLOYEES ARE SUBJECT TO A BROKER-DEALER OFFERING BROKERAGE SERVICES TO THOSE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES.
HR86 URGING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO INCREASE PUBLIC OUTREACH AND ENCOURAGE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ON THE POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF A STORM WATER UTILITY.
HR106 URGING THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, UNITED STATES CONGRESS, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, AND UNITED STATES CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION TO FULLY SUPPORT HAWAII IN THE SCREENING, PREVENTION, AND CONTAINMENT OF COVID-19.
HR118 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO AMEND ITS ADMINISTRATIVE RULES TO ALLOW FOR COMMERCIAL SALE OF RABBIT MEAT FOR CONSUMPTION.
HR122 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE FACTORS ATTRIBUTABLE TO LOW VOTER TURNOUT IN ELECTIONS IN THE STATE.
HR123 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY TO DETERMINE THE NEED FOR A STATE DEMOGRAPHER.
HR125 REQUESTING THE COLLECTION OF SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER IDENTITY INFORMATION BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH VIA THE BEHAVIORAL RISK FACTOR SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM, AND BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION VIA THE YOUTH RISK BEHAVIOR SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM.
HR130 URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS, THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, AND THE HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO TAKE EVERY ACTION NECESSARY TO ADDRESS RAPIDLY INCREASING SAFETY RISKS AND COMMUNITY DISRUPTION RESULTING FROM INSUFFICIENT REGULATION OF RAPIDLY INCREASING OPERATIONS OF TOUR HELICOPTERS AND SMALL AIRCRAFT THROUGHOUT HAWAII SKIES.
HR136 REQUESTING THE HAWAII STATE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON MISSING AND MURDERED NATIVE HAWAIIAN WOMEN AND GIRLS AND TO SUBMIT A REPORT ON THE STUDY TO THE LEGISLATURE.
HR139 APOLOGIZING FOR THE INTERNMENT OF PREDOMINATELY JAPANESE AMERICANS AT THE HONOULIULI INTERNMENT CAMP DURING WORLD WAR II.
HR147 URGING THE UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE TO RAISE THE DEPENDENT CARE FLEXIBLE SAVINGS ACCOUNT LIMITS TO REFLECT THE AVERAGE COST OF CHILD CARE IN EACH STATE.
HR148 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCREASE ACCESS AND EQUITY TO DUAL CREDIT PROGRAMS.
HR149 URGING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO OFFER A FIFTY-YEAR LEASE TO THE HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR THE CONTINUATION OF GENERAL AVIATION ACTIVITIES AT DILLINGHAM AIRFIELD.
HR150 URGING THE LEGISLATURE TO CREATE A WORKING GROUP TO DETERMINE HOW TO EXPAND DUAL CREDIT ACCESS.
HR151 DESIGNATING THE FIRST WEEK OF MAY AS TARDIVE DYSKINESIA AWARENESS WEEK.
HR171 STRONGLY URGING THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO TAKE ADDITIONAL PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT A CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK IN HAWAII.