Hawaii State Legislature

2001 Legislative Session
All Measures Introduced
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MeasureMeasure TitleIntroducer(s)
HB1 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS TO PROVIDE FOR THE EXPENSES OF THE LEGISLATURE, THE LEGISLATIVE AUDITOR, THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU, AND THE OMBUDSMAN. TAKAMINE
HB2 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, MEYER, AHU ISA, MORITA, Schatz, Lee, Luke, Garcia, Abinsay, Hale, Leong, Davis, Chang
HB3 RELATING TO EDUCATION TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, LUKE, GARCIA, THIELEN, ABINSAY, B. OSHIRO, Schatz, Espero, Takumi, Lee, Yonamine, Say, Hale, Leong, Kahikina, Davis, Ahu Isa
HB4 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, LEE, LUKE, GARCIA, THIELEN, ABINSAY, KAHIKINA, AHU ISA, CHANG, Case, Say, B. Oshiro, Hale, Takumi
HB5 RELATING TO VOCATIONAL EDUCATION. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, GARCIA, THIELEN, ABINSAY, KAHIKINA, MORITA, Takumi, Lee, Yonamine, Luke, Say, M. Oshiro, B. Oshiro, Hale, Leong
HB6 RELATING TO CLASSROOM LEARNING MATERIALS. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, SCHATZ, LEE, LUKE, GARCIA, KAHIKINA, THIELEN, ABINSAY, AUWAE, MEYER, MORITA, AHU ISA, Takumi, Say, M. Oshiro, B. Oshiro, Hale, Leong, Chang
HB7 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE IMPROVEMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF STUDENT LAVATORIES IN ALL HAWAII PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, SCHATZ, LUKE, KAHIKINA, MOSES, GARCIA, THIELEN, ABINSAY, MORITA, Takumi, Lee, Say, B. Oshiro, Hale, Davis, Meyer, Espero, Chang, Leong
HB8 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO RAISE THE AVERAGE SALARY OF PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS IN HAWAII, ADJUSTED FOR COST OF LIVING, TO THE NATIONAL AVERAGE. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, SCHATZ, LEE, MEYER, LEONG, AHU ISA, THIELEN, ABINSAY, B. OSHIRO, Takumi, Luke, Garcia, Hale, Kahikina, Auwae, Morita, Chang
HB9 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, LUKE, GARCIA, THIELEN, ABINSAY, Takumi, Lee, Yonamine, Say, M. Oshiro, B. Oshiro, Hale, Kahikina, Morita, Chang
HB10 RELATING TO THE STUDENT CRIMESTROPPERS PROGRAM. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, SCHATZ, LEE, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, THIELEN, ABINSAY, B. OSHIRO, GARCIA, Takumi, Hale, Kahikina, Meyer, Leong, Ahu Isa, Chang, Say
HB11 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, SCHATZ, LEE, GARCIA, THIELEN, ABINSAY, LEONG, KAHIKINA, MORITA, Yonamine, Case, Luke, Hale, Chang
HB12 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, LUKE, THIELEN, MORITA, Schatz, Lee, Say, Garcia, Abinsay, Hale, Kahikina, Chang
HB13 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, THIELEN, LEONG, KAHIKINA, AHU ISA, MORITA, Luke
HB14 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR ADDITIONAL SCHOOL CLERICAL POSITIONS. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, AHU ISA, MORITA, CHANG
HB15 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, THIELEN, LEONG, KAHIKINA, MEYER, AHU ISA, MORITA, CHANG, Davis
HB16 RELATING TO REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND SALESPERSONS. HIRAKI, AHU ISA, TAKAI
HB17 RELATING TO TIME SHARE PROJECTS. HIRAKI, AHU ISA, TAKAI
HB18 RELATING TO TIME SHARING PLANS. HIRAKI, AHU ISA, TAKAI
HB19 RELATING TO TIME SHARING PLAN REGISTRATIONS. HIRAKI, AHU ISA, CHANG, TAKAI
HB20 RELATING TO SALES AGENTS OF TIME SHARE UNITS. HIRAKI, AHU ISA, TAKAI
HB21 RELATING TO TIME SHARING PLANS. HIRAKI, AHU ISA, CHANG, TAKAI
HB22 RELATING TO TIME SHARING PLANS. HIRAKI, AHU ISA, CHANG, TAKAI
HB23 RELATING TO DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICES FOR TIME SHARE PLANS. HIRAKI, AHU ISA, CHANG, TAKAI
HB24 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SALARY INCREASES FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. TAKUMI
HB25 RELATING TO DISASTER RELIEF. TAKUMI
HB26 RELATING TO MEDICAL FEE SCHEDULES TAKUMI
HB27 RELATING TO THE MINIMUM WAGE. TAKUMI
HB28 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY LAW. TAKUMI
HB29 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY. TAKUMI
HB30 RELATING TO FAMILY LEAVE. TAKUMI
HB31 RELATING TO FAMILY LEAVE INSURANCE. TAKUMI
HB32 RELATING TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC OVERSIGHT AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF PRIVATIZATION CONTRACTS. TAKUMI
HB33 RELATING TO LABOR DISPUTES. TAKUMI
HB34 RELATING TO THE HAWAII LIVING WAGE LAW. TAKUMI
HB35 RELATING TO MEAL BREAKS. TAKUMI
HB36 RELATING TO PUBLIC CONTRACTS. TAKUMI
HB37 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY. TAKUMI
HB38 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY LAW. TAKUMI
HB39 RELATING TO PUBLIC SERVICES. TAKUMI
HB40 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. TAKUMI
HB41 RELATING TO HANDGUNS. TAKUMI
HB42 RELATING TO DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID TESTING. TAKUMI
HB43 RELATING TO VOTER REGISTRATION. TAKUMI
HB44 RELATING TO COMMUNITY WATER FLUORIDATION. TAKUMI (BR)
HB45 RELATING TO THE QUEST MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. TAKUMI
HB46 RELATING TO EMERGENCY CARE FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVORS. TAKUMI
HB47 RELATING TO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS TAKUMI, HAMAKAWA, ARAKAKI, HIRAKI
HB48 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE PLANT AND NONDOMESTIC ANIMAL QUARANTINE PROGRAM. TAKUMI
HB49 RELATING TO BUSINESS SUBSIDIES. TAKUMI
HB50 RELATING TO AN OCEAN FLOATING PLATFORM. TAKUMI
HB51 RELATING TO TAXATION. TAKUMI
HB52 RELATING TO PESTICIDES. TAKUMI
HB53 RELATING TO PRIVATE CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES. TAKUMI
HB54 RELATING TO THE FISCAL DISCLOSURE AND TAXPAYER PROTECTION ACT. TAKUMI
HB55 RELATING TO CONSUMER CREDIT REPORTING. TAKUMI, HIRAKI
HB56 RELATING TO CHECK CASHING. TAKUMI (BR)
HB57 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. CHANG, ABINSAY, YONAMINE, MEYER, GOMES, MORITA, TAKAI, SUZUKI, AHU ISA, JAFFE, LEONG, HALE, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, RATH, KANOHO, HAMAKAWA, FOX, SAY, SCHATZ, THIELEN, TAKUMI, M. OSHIRO, KAWAKAMI, LUKE, ESPERO, MCDERMOTT, CASE, HIRAKI, MARUMOTO, B. OSHIRO, PENDLETON, Garcia
HB58 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FORTY-NINTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. THIELEN
HB59 RELATING TO INSURANCE. THIELEN, MOSES, JAFFE, Hiraki, Takumi
HB60 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. THIELEN, MOSES, JAFFE, Hiraki, Takumi
HB61 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. THIELEN, MOSES, JAFFE, Hiraki, Takumi
HB62 RELATING TO TECHNOLOGY SERVICE AND TRAINING. THIELEN, Schatz, Ito, Chang, Morita, Hale, Lee
HB63 RELATING TO ENERGY CONSERVATION. THIELEN, B. OSHIRO, MORITA, JAFFE, HALE, Takumi, Schatz, Ito
HB64 RELATING TO ENERGY CONSERVATION. THIELEN, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Takumi, Schatz, Ito, Morita, Jaffe, Hale
HB65 RELATING TO FISHING. THIELEN, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Ito, Morita, Hale
HB66 RELATING TO BAIL. THIELEN, MORITA, JAFFE, AHU ISA, LEONG, DAVIS, MARUMOTO, YOSHINAGA, M. OSHIRO, MEYER, AUWAE, LUKE, HALE, ESPERO, TAKAI, CASE, FOX, ARAKAKI, SCHATZ, Djou, Saiki
HB67 RELATING TO THE COMPUTATION OF A BASIC NEEDS BUDGET. MORITA, AHU ISA, THIELEN, LEONG, JAFFE, DAVIS, HALE, TAKAI, SCHATZ, MEYER, AUWAE, LUKE, MARUMOTO, YOSHINAGA, FOX, ARAKAKI, M. OSHIRO
HB68 RELATING TO CANCER THIELEN, MORITA, JAFFE, LEE, LEONG, SCHATZ, KAWAKAMI, ARAKAKI, TAKAI, AHU ISA, MEYER, AUWAE, DAVIS, LUKE, HALE, MARUMOTO, YOSHINAGA, FOX, M. OSHIRO, DJOU, Saiki
HB69 RELATING TO BAIL. THIELEN, MORITA, JAFFE, LEONG, LEE, MEYER, AUWAE, HALE, KAWAKAMI, M. OSHIRO, LUKE, MARUMOTO, YOSHINAGA, FOX, ARAKAKI, TAKAI, CASE, ESPERO, SCHATZ, Djou
HB70 RELATING TO EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT. LEE, THIELEN, MORITA, LEONG, AUWAE, MOSES, ARAKAKI, TAKAI, AHU ISA, MEYER, ESPERO, JAFFE, DAVIS, LUKE, HALE, MARUMOTO, YOSHINAGA, SCHATZ, FOX, M. OSHIRO, Saiki
HB71 RELATING TO CORRECTIONS. LEE, THIELEN, MORITA, LEONG, JAFFE, AHU ISA, LUKE, SCHATZ, M. OSHIRO, MEYER, HALE, MARUMOTO, YOSHINAGA, GARCIA, FOX, ARAKAKI, TAKAI, Djou
HB72 RELATING TO FIREARMS. THIELEN, MORITA, JAFFE, LEE, AHU ISA, CASE, ESPERO, TAKAI, LUKE, HALE, YOSHINAGA, SCHATZ, ARAKAKI, Saiki
HB73 RELATING TO HOUSING. MORITA, THIELEN, JAFFE, LEONG, DAVIS, LUKE, ARAKAKI, TAKAI, MEYER, AUWAE, ESPERO, YOSHINAGA, HALE, MARUMOTO, FOX, M. OSHIRO, Saiki
HB74 RELATING TO CORRECTIONS. LEE, THIELEN, AHU ISA, JAFFE, LEONG, AUWAE, LUKE, TAKAI, CASE, SCHATZ, FOX, M. OSHIRO, MEYER, DAVIS, ESPERO, HALE, KAWAKAMI, GARCIA, ARAKAKI, MARUMOTO, YOSHINAGA, Saiki
HB75 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE STATE RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM. MORITA, THIELEN, JAFFE, LEE, LEONG, AHU ISA, DAVIS, MARUMOTO, YOSHINAGA, SCHATZ, MEYER, AUWAE, LUKE, ESPERO, HALE, KAWAKAMI, ARAKAKI, TAKAI, FOX, M. OSHIRO, Saiki
HB76 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR RESPITE CARE SERVICES FOR FAMILIES OF INDIVIDUALS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, THIELEN, LEONG, LEE, AHU ISA, MEYER, AUWAE, YOSHINAGA, SCHATZ, FOX, M. OSHIRO, LUKE, HALE, MARUMOTO
HB77 RELATING TO THE WOMEN IN MILITARY SERVICE FOR AMERICA MEMORIAL. LEE, MORITA, THIELEN, LEONG, JAFFE, AHU ISA, DAVIS, MARUMOTO, CASE, M. OSHIRO, MEYER, AUWAE, LUKE, ESPERO, HALE, TAKAI, ARAKAKI, YOSHINAGA
HB78 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 6, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO CHANGE THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE SENATE OR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. HIRAKI
HB79 RELATING TO REAL PROPERTY DISCLOSURES. HIRAKI, CHANG, SUZUKI, LEONG, AHU ISA, MARUMOTO
HB80 RELATING TO TOURISM. CHANG
HB81 RELATING TO TOURISM. CHANG
HB82 RELATING TO TOURISM. CHANG
HB83 RELATING TO TOURISM. CHANG
HB84 RELATING TO CULTURE AND THE ARTS. CHANG
HB85 RELATING TO CAREGIVERS. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, ITO, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, LEE, MEYER, AUWAE, LUKE, AHU ISA, CASE, MORITA, KAWAKAMI, M. OSHIRO, ABINSAY, B. OSHIRO, MAGAOAY, CABREROS, HAMAKAWA, Takamine
HB86 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE GOOD BEGINNINGS ALLIANCE. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, MEYER, ABINSAY, AHU ISA, CABREROS, Luke, Takamine
HB87 RELATING TO FAMILY SUPPORT CENTERS. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, M. OSHIRO, LUKE, THIELEN, MAGAOAY, KAHIKINA, ESPERO, KAWAKAMI, LEONG, ABINSAY, AHU ISA, CABREROS, TAKAMINE
HB88 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH THE REHABILITATION OF YOUTH GANG MEMBERS. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, THIELEN, LEONG, KAHIKINA, MOSES, LUKE, AHU ISA, ESPERO, M. OSHIRO
HB89 RELATING TO TAXATION. ARAKAKI, ITO, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, LUKE, AHU ISA, MORITA, M. OSHIRO
HB90 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, THIELEN, ITO, LUKE, LEONG, AHU ISA, KAHIKINA, MEYER, AUWAE, MORITA, ESPERO, M. OSHIRO
HB91 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR RESPITE CARE SERVICES. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, THIELEN, MEYER, LUKE, AHU ISA, MORITA, TAKAMINE, KAHIKINA, ESPERO, M. OSHIRO, HAMAKAWA, CABREROS
HB92 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF INTRAFAMILIAL CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, ITO, THIELEN, MEYER, ABINSAY, MAGAOAY, CABREROS, HAMAKAWA, LEONG, KAHIKINA, AUWAE, LUKE, AHU ISA, MORITA, KAWAKAMI, M. OSHIRO, B. OSHIRO, Takamine
HB93 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE PEER EDUCATION PROGRAM. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, ITO, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, MEYER, AUWAE, LUKE, LEONG, AHU ISA, MORITA, ESPERO, KAWAKAMI, M. OSHIRO
HB94 RELATING TO PARENT-COMMUNITY NETWORKING CENTER PROGRAMS. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, ITO, LEONG, MORITA, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, M. OSHIRO
HB95 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR BLUEPRINT FOR CHANGE. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, THIELEN, LEONG, ABINSAY, KAHIKINA, MEYER, MOSES, LUKE, AHU ISA, MORITA, ESPERO, M. OSHIRO, CABREROS, Takamine
HB96 RELATING TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION. ARAKAKI, ITO, ABINSAY, AHU ISA, KAWAKAMI, CABREROS, KAHIKINA, MORITA, TAKAMINE
HB97 RELATING TO EARLY CHILDHOOD. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, THIELEN, LUKE, MORITA, ITO, KAWAKAMI, KAHIKINA, AHU ISA, M. OSHIRO, ABINSAY, MAGAOAY, CABREROS, TAKAMINE
HB98 RELATING TO SCHOOL HEALTH. ARAKAKI, ITO, ABINSAY, CABREROS, MORITA, AHU ISA, KAWAKAMI, KAHIKINA, Takamine
HB99 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, MOSES, LUKE, AHU ISA, CASE, B. OSHIRO, MORITA, KAWAKAMI, M. OSHIRO, ABINSAY, TAKAMINE, MAGAOAY, CABREROS
HB100 RELATING TO AUTISM. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, DAVIS, MEYER, MORITA, ESPERO, ABINSAY, CABREROS, LUKE, AHU ISA, MAGAOAY, Takamine
HB101 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR BRIDGE TO HOPE PROGRAM. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, ITO, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, MEYER, AUWAE, LUKE, AHU ISA, MORITA, ESPERO, KAWAKAMI, ABINSAY, MAGAOAY, CABREROS, HAMAKAWA, Takamine
HB102 RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGE ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, DAVIS, KAWAKAMI, M. OSHIRO, MORITA
HB103 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, ITO, LEONG, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, DAVIS, MORITA, M. OSHIRO
HB104 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, ITO, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, MEYER, AHU ISA, MORITA, KAWAKAMI
HB105 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT SERVICES. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, ITO, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, MEYER, AUWAE, LUKE, LEONG, AHU ISA, MORITA, ESPERO, KAWAKAMI, M. OSHIRO, ABINSAY, MAGAOAY, CABREROS, HAMAKAWA, Takamine
HB106 RELATING TO YOUTH. THIELEN, TAKAI, B. OSHIRO, ARAKAKI, LEONG, ITO, KAHIKINA, MEYER, AUWAE, LUKE, AHU ISA, MORITA, M. OSHIRO
HB107 RELATING TO THE PROCUREMENT OF PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT AND SURFACING BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. THIELEN, TAKAI, B. OSHIRO, ARAKAKI, LEONG, ITO, KAHIKINA, MEYER, LUKE, AHU ISA, MORITA, M. OSHIRO
HB108 RELATING TO CHILD PROTECTION. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, KAHIKINA, MEYER, LEONG, AHU ISA, CASE, MORITA, THIELEN, M. OSHIRO
HB109 RELATING TO SEX OFFENDERS. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, ITO, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, DAVIS, MEYER, LUKE, LEONG, AHU ISA, CASE, MORITA, ESPERO, KAWAKAMI, M. OSHIRO
HB110 RELATING TO SCHOOL BUSES. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, ITO, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, LEONG, AHU ISA, MORITA, M. OSHIRO
HB111 RELATING TO BOATING SAFETY. ITO
HB112 RELATING TO BOATING SAFETY. ITO
HB113 RELATING TO CRIME. ITO, Djou
HB114 RELATING TO COMPREHENSIVE STATE TAX REFORM. YOSHINAGA
HB115 RELATING TO A COLLEGE SAVINGS PROGRAM TAX CREDIT. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, SCHATZ, TAKUMI, CHANG, GARCIA, THIELEN, ABINSAY, B. OSHIRO, KAHIKINA, ESPERO, ITO, Yonamine, Case, Leong, Luke, Meyer, Ahu Isa, Say, Hale, Lee
HB116 RELATING TO TAXATION. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, THIELEN, LEONG, MORITA, Luke, Chang
HB117 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, THIELEN, LEONG, MORITA, CHANG
HB118 RELATING TO FAMILY CHILD CARE. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, M. Oshiro, Meyer, Morita, Garcia, Thielen, Hale, Ahu Isa
HB119 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, LEONG, AHU ISA, MORITA
HB120 RELATING TO HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, ITO, KAHIKINA, AHU ISA, MORITA, Thielen
HB121 RELATING TO TOY VEHICLES. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, ITO, CASE, GARCIA, ABINSAY, KAHIKINA, THIELEN, Lee, Suzuki, Say, M. Oshiro, B. Oshiro, Hale, Takumi
HB122 RELATING TO STATEWIDE TRAFFIC CODE. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, B. OSHIRO, THIELEN, ITO, KAHIKINA, AHU ISA, LEE, MORITA, LEONG
HB123 RELATING TO SPEEDING. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, ITO, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, MEYER, LEONG, AHU ISA, ESPERO, MORITA
HB124 RELATING TO TATTOOS. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, LEONG, MEYER, AHU ISA, MORITA
HB125 RELATING TO BODY PIERCING. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, ITO, MEYER, AHU ISA, MORITA, Takumi, Thielen, Hale
HB126 RELATING TO COMPUTER ACCESS BY MINORS. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, AUWAE, MEYER, LEONG, AHU ISA
HB127 RELATING TO IDENTIFICATION. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, ITO, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, AUWAE, MEYER, LEONG, AHU ISA, MORITA, Luke
HB128 RELATING TO STORAGE OF FIREARMS. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, CASE, THIELEN, MORITA, Schatz, Takumi, Garcia, Abinsay, Hale, Kahikina, Leong, Ahu Isa
HB129 RELATING TO AMMUNITION. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, SCHATZ, CASE, THIELEN, AHU ISA, Takumi, Yonamine, Garcia, Abinsay, Hale, Morita
HB130 RELATING TO TOBACCO PRODUCTS. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, THIELEN, CASE, Ito, Kahikina
HB131 RELATING TO MINORS. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, THIELEN, CASE, Leong
HB132 RELATING TO SMOKING IN THE WORKPLACE. TAKAI, AHU ISA, YOSHINAGA, CASE, Arakaki, Kahikina
HB133 RELATING TO DRIVER'S LICENSE. SOUKI
HB134 RELATING TO VEHICLE TAXES. SOUKI
HB135 RELATING TO CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY. SOUKI
HB136 RELATING TO PERIODIC MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION. SOUKI
HB137 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PORT AUTHORITY. SOUKI (BR)
HB138 RELATING TO OCEAN RECREATIONAL BOATING AND COASTAL ACTIVITIES. SOUKI
HB139 RELATING TO LEGISLATIVE ALLOWANCE. SOUKI
HB140 RELATING TO TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX. SOUKI
HB141 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. SOUKI
HB142 RELATING TO FAIR PRICING FOR PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. SOUKI
HB143 RELATING TO THE LEGISLATURE. SOUKI
HB144 RELATING TO KAHO`OLAWE ISLAND RESERVE. SOUKI
HB145 RELATING TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. SAIKI
HB146 RELATING TO WATER. KANOHO
HB147 RELATING TO WATER. KANOHO
HB148 RELATING TO LAND USE. KANOHO
HB149 RELATING TO LAND USE. KANOHO
HB150 RELATING TO CIVIL JUSTICE REFORM. KANOHO, SUZUKI, Hamakawa, M. Oshiro, Garcia, Souki
HB151 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE I, SECTION 7, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION TO MAKE HAWAII'S SEARCH AND SEIZURE PROVISION CONFORM TO THE FOURTH AMENDMENT OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION. KANOHO, SUZUKI, Ahu Isa, Hamakawa, Garcia, Souki, Arakaki, Kahikina
HB152 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY. HAMAKAWA
HB153 RELATING TO CRIMINAL ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS. HAMAKAWA
HB154 RELATING TO ELECTRONIC COMMERCE SECURITY. HAMAKAWA
HB155 RELATING TO UNSOLICITED ADVERTISING. HAMAKAWA
HB156 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. HAMAKAWA
HB157 RELATING TO DNA. HAMAKAWA
HB158 RELATING TO PATIENT FREEDOM OF INFORMATION. HAMAKAWA
HB159 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. HAMAKAWA
HB160 RELATING TO FRAUDULENT CLAIMS. SAIKI
HB161 RELATING TO CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD CHECKS. SAIKI
HB162 RELATING TO THE INCREASE OF THE AGE OF CONSENT FROM FOURTEEN TO EIGHTEEN. ONTAI
HB163 RELATING TO FOOD TAX CREDIT. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, LEE, AHU ISA, ESPERO, B. OSHIRO, ITO, ABINSAY, HAMAKAWA, KAHIKINA, CABREROS, MORITA, SCHATZ, MAGAOAY, SAIKI, ARAKAKI, KANOHO, CHANG, YONAMINE, TAKUMI, SUZUKI, GARCIA, HIRAKI, HALE, TAKAI, YOSHINAGA, Souki, Takamine, Nakasone
HB164 RELATING TO MEDICAL SERVICES TAX CREDIT. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, AHU ISA, KAWAKAMI, ITO, LEE, KAHIKINA, ESPERO, B. OSHIRO, MORITA, SCHATZ, MAGAOAY, TAKAMINE, ABINSAY, SAIKI, ARAKAKI, HAMAKAWA, CABREROS, KANOHO, CHANG, YONAMINE, TAKUMI, SUZUKI, GARCIA, HIRAKI, HALE, NAKASONE, TAKAI, YOSHINAGA, Souki
HB165 RELATING TO INCOME TAX CREDITS. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, AHU ISA, LEE, B. OSHIRO, ITO, ESPERO, KAHIKINA, CABREROS, MORITA, ABINSAY, YOSHINAGA, MAGAOAY, ARAKAKI, HAMAKAWA, HALE, NAKASONE, SCHATZ, SAIKI, KANOHO, CHANG, YONAMINE, TAKUMI, SUZUKI, GARCIA, HIRAKI, TAKAI, Kawakami, Souki, Takamine
HB166 RELATING TO THE MINIMUM WAGE. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, KAWAKAMI, ABINSAY, ESPERO, LEE, B. OSHIRO, SCHATZ, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, CABREROS, MORITA, MAGAOAY, HAMAKAWA, YONAMINE, TAKUMI, GARCIA, HIRAKI, ITO, SAIKI, SUZUKI, HALE, TAKAI, YOSHINAGA, Nakasone, Souki, Kanoho, Chang, Takamine
HB167 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, LEE, ABINSAY, YONAMINE, B. OSHIRO, ESPERO, HAMAKAWA, CHANG, SUZUKI, NAKASONE, CASE, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, CABREROS, MORITA, SCHATZ, ITO, MAGAOAY, HALE, GARCIA, HIRAKI, TAKAI, YOSHINAGA, Ahu Isa, Kawakami, Kanoho, Souki, Takamine, Saiki, Takumi
HB168 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, SCHATZ, MAGAOAY, ARAKAKI, CABREROS, ITO, ESPERO, CASE, AHU ISA, LEE, KAWAKAMI, B. OSHIRO, SAIKI, ABINSAY, MORITA, HAMAKAWA, KANOHO, CHANG, YONAMINE, TAKUMI, SUZUKI, GARCIA, HIRAKI, HALE, NAKASONE, TAKAI, YOSHINAGA, Souki, Kahikina, Takamine
HB169 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, SCHATZ, MAGAOAY, ARAKAKI, CABREROS, ITO, ESPERO, CASE, AHU ISA, LEE, KAWAKAMI, B. OSHIRO, SAIKI, KAHIKINA, MORITA, ABINSAY, HAMAKAWA, KANOHO, CHANG, SUZUKI, GARCIA, HIRAKI, HALE, TAKAI, YOSHINAGA, Takamine, Yonamine, Takumi
HB170 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. SAY, M. OSHIRO, CHANG, KANOHO, LEE, KAWAKAMI, YONAMINE, HALE, CABREROS, SUZUKI, GARCIA, ITO, KAHIKINA, MAGAOAY, B. OSHIRO, ESPERO, SCHATZ, AHU ISA, YOSHINAGA, ABINSAY, ARAKAKI, TAKAI, LUKE, MORITA, Takumi, Hamakawa, Takamine, Case
HB171 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, SUZUKI, CABREROS, MORITA, SCHATZ, MAGAOAY, LEE, CASE, HAMAKAWA, B. OSHIRO, NAKASONE, GARCIA, HALE, YOSHINAGA, Souki, Ito, Abinsay, Kahikina, Takamine, Arakaki, Saiki, Kanoho, Chang
HB172 RELATING TO THE PROCESS FOR MANAGED COMPETITION SPECIFIED IN ACT 230, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1998. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, CHANG, ESPERO, B. Oshiro, Kawakami, Ahu Isa, Souki, Magaoay, Lee, KAHIKINA, CABREROS, ITO, MORITA, SCHATZ, SAIKI, HALE, YOSHINAGA, HAMAKAWA, ABINSAY, KANOHO, YONAMINE, SUZUKI, GARCIA, Takamine, Arakaki, Takumi
HB173 RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, ARAKAKI, MAGAOAY, HAMAKAWA, CASE, KAWAKAMI, LEE, B. OSHIRO, ESPERO, KAHIKINA, CABREROS, MORITA, SCHATZ, YOSHINAGA, ABINSAY, CHANG, SUZUKI, GARCIA, HALE, TAKAI, Ahu Isa, Ito, Saiki, Takamine, Yonamine, Takumi, Nakasone
HB174 RELATING TO ENERGY. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, ARAKAKI, MAGAOAY, HAMAKAWA, TAKUMI, SUZUKI, CASE, ESPERO, LEE, B. OSHIRO, HALE, GARCIA, KAHIKINA, MORITA, SCHATZ, TAKAI, YOSHINAGA, ABINSAY, Ahu Isa, Kanoho, Chang, Kawakami, Ito, Cabreros, Souki, Takamine, Saiki, Yonamine
HB175 RELATING TO TAXATION. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, ARAKAKI, MAGAOAY, SCHATZ, CABREROS, HAMAKAWA, CASE, YOSHINAGA, AHU ISA, KAWAKAMI, ITO, LEE, ESPERO, B. OSHIRO, SAIKI, KAHIKINA, MORITA, CHANG, YONAMINE, SUZUKI, GARCIA, HIRAKI, TAKAI, ABINSAY, KANOHO, HALE, Takamine, Takumi, Souki
HB176 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, SCHATZ, MAGAOAY, CABREROS, ARAKAKI, ITO, ESPERO, AHU ISA, LEE, KAWAKAMI, B. OSHIRO, YOSHINAGA, SAIKI, KAHIKINA, MORITA, ABINSAY, HAMAKAWA, KANOHO, CHANG, YONAMINE, TAKUMI, SUZUKI, GARCIA, HIRAKI, HALE, TAKAI, Souki, Nakasone, Takamine
HB177 RELATING TO PRIVATELY-OPERATED CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, ESPERO, KAHIKINA, CASE, MAGAOAY, AHU ISA, CABREROS, SCHATZ, HAMAKAWA, KANOHO, CHANG, YONAMINE, GARCIA, HIRAKI, YOSHINAGA, SUZUKI, Lee, B. Oshiro, Abinsay, Morita, Takamine, Saiki, Nakasone
HB178 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI
HB179 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI
HB180 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI
HB181 RELATING TO JURORS. ITO, TAKAI
HB182 RELATING TO TRAFFIC PROBLEMS. YOSHINAGA, SAIKI
HB183 RELATING TO MEDICAL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS IN THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. YOSHINAGA, Saiki, Nakasone, Garcia, Souki, Espero
HB184 RELATING TO THE OCEAN KANOHO
HB185 RELATING TO ENTERPRISE ZONES. KANOHO, AHU ISA
HB186 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC LAND TRUST. KANOHO
HB187 RELATING TO RECONSTRUCTED VEHICLES. HAMAKAWA
HB188 RELATING TO ATTORNEYS' FEES. HAMAKAWA
HB189 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 6, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO CHANGE THE ELIGIBILITY TO SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE SENATE OR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. HAMAKAWA
HB190 RELATING TO REAPPORTIONMENT. HAMAKAWA
HB191 RELATING TO KINSHIP CARE. THIELEN, TAKAI, MCDERMOTT, AUWAE, Kahikina, Luke, Lee
HB192 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN SPENDING. SAIKI
HB193 RELATING TO DRUG TREATMENT. MCDERMOTT
HB194 RELATING TO THE EXCLUSION OF FOOD, RESIDENTIAL RENT, AND HEALTH CARE SERVICES FROM THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. MCDERMOTT
HB195 RELATING TO ALTERNATE TEACHER CERTIFICATION. MCDERMOTT
HB196 RELATING TO DISASTER RELIEF. MCDERMOTT
HB197 RELATING TO PUBLIC MEETING NOTICES. MCDERMOTT
HB198 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATIONS BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR CAPITOL IMPROVEMENTS PROJECTS IN THE 32ND REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT MCDERMOTT
HB199 RELATING TO THE LONG-TERM CARE TRUST FUND. MCDERMOTT
HB200 RELATING TO THE STATE BUDGET SAY (BR)
HB201 RELATING TO THE PRIVACY OF HEALTH CARE INFORMATION ACT. HIRAKI
HB202 RELATING TO HEALTH INSURANCE. HIRAKI (BR)
HB203 RELATING TO TRAVEL AGENTS. HIRAKI
HB204 RELATING TO PLANNED COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS. HIRAKI
HB205 RELATING TO FIREARMS. ARAKAKI, THIELEN, ABINSAY, TAKUMI, TAKAI, KAHIKINA, LEE, Garcia, Saiki, M. Oshiro
HB206 RELATING TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, KAHIKINA, M. OSHIRO, Takumi, Lee, Garcia, Saiki
HB207 RELATING TO FIREARMS. ARAKAKI, THIELEN, ABINSAY, TAKUMI, TAKAI, KAHIKINA, M. OSHIRO, Garcia, Saiki
HB208 RELATING TO REIMBURSEMENT FOR MEDICAID COVERED DENTAL SERVICES. ARAKAKI, THIELEN, ABINSAY, HALFORD, LEE, KAHIKINA, M. OSHIRO, HIRAKI, GOMES, TAKUMI, TAKAI, Saiki, Garcia
HB209 RELATING TO DENTISTRY. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, KAHIKINA, Thielen, Abinsay, Garcia, Saiki, M. Oshiro
HB210 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. ABINSAY, MAGAOAY, AHU ISA, CABREROS, TAKUMI, SUZUKI, HALFORD, GOMES, CHANG, DAVIS, Whalen
HB211 RELATING TO FIREWEED. ABINSAY, MAGAOAY, AHU ISA, CABREROS, TAKUMI, SUZUKI, HALFORD, GOMES, CHANG, WHALEN, DAVIS
HB212 RELATING TO THE STATE WATER CODE. ABINSAY, MAGAOAY, MORITA, AHU ISA, CABREROS, TAKUMI, SUZUKI, HALFORD, GOMES, KANOHO, KAWAKAMI, CHANG, WHALEN, DAVIS
HB213 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. ABINSAY, MAGAOAY, MORITA, AHU ISA, CABREROS, TAKUMI, CASE, SUZUKI, HALFORD, GOMES, KANOHO, KAWAKAMI, CHANG, WHALEN, DAVIS
HB214 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. ABINSAY, MAGAOAY, MORITA, AHU ISA, CABREROS, TAKUMI, SUZUKI, HALFORD, KANOHO, KAWAKAMI, WHALEN, GOMES, CHANG, DAVIS
HB215 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR PINEAPPLE RESEARCH. ABINSAY, MAGAOAY, AHU ISA, CABREROS, TAKUMI, SUZUKI, HALFORD, GOMES, CHANG, WHALEN, DAVIS
HB216 RELATING TO HARBORS. KANOHO
HB217 RELATING TO INCOME TAX CREDITS FOR ELDERLY AT-HOME CARE. MEYER, RATH, AUWAE, MOSES, FOX, MCDERMOTT, JAFFE, ONTAI, Halford
HB218 RELATING TO JUDICIAL ELECTIONS. MEYER, RATH, FOX, ONTAI, Djou
HB219 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE VI, SECTION 3, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, RELATING TO JUDICIAL REAPPOINTMENT. MEYER, FOX, AUWAE, DJOU, ONTAI
HB220 RELATING TO THE MANUAL AUDIT OF CLOSE ELECTIONS. MEYER, RATH, FOX, DJOU, ONTAI, Halford
HB221 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. MEYER, RATH, FOX, JAFFE, DJOU, MOSES, ONTAI, Halford
HB222 RELATING TO A VOLUNTARY SUBSTANCE ABUSE REHABILITATION SCHOOL. MEYER, RATH, FOX, AUWAE, DJOU, Halford
HB223 RELATING TO OPTOMETRY. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, SUZUKI, LEE, ESPERO, ITO, TAKUMI, KAWAKAMI, GARCIA, M. OSHIRO, B. OSHIRO, SAY, LUKE, LEONG, HAMAKAWA, CHANG, CABREROS, Yonamine, Hale, Ahu Isa, Souki, Fox, Kahikina
HB224 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, AHU ISA, KANOHO, MORITA, HIRAKI, SCHATZ, CABREROS, Souki, Fox
HB225 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. TAKAI, ITO, LEONG, MORITA, CASE, LUKE, SCHATZ, SUZUKI, CABREROS, Takumi, Arakaki, Souki, Kanoho, B. Oshiro, Yonamine, Hiraki
HB226 RELATING TO THE LEGISLATURE. TAKAI, CASE, SUZUKI, M. OSHIRO, B. OSHIRO, LUKE, GARCIA, ITO, CABREROS, MEYER, Say, Thielen, Leong, Arakaki, Ahu Isa, Abinsay, Hale, Kahikina, Chang, Takumi, Souki, Auwae, Yonamine, Morita, Hiraki, Hamakawa, Fox
HB227 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PENAL CODE. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, LUKE, ITO, AHU ISA, CABREROS, Takumi, Lee, Yonamine, Say, Garcia, Thielen, Abinsay, Hale, Chang, Souki, Kanoho, Leong, Morita, Hiraki, Takamine, Suzuki
HB228 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. TAKAI, MEYER, LEONG, LUKE, YONAMINE, MORITA, CASE, SUZUKI, CABREROS, Chang, Ito, Souki, Kanoho, Auwae, Hiraki, Hamakawa, Fox
HB229 RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH BENEFITS COVERAGE FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY DISORDER. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, MORITA
HB230 RELATING TO ARTIFICIAL TURF. TAKAI, Takumi, Ito
HB231 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. TAKAI, ARAKAKI
HB232 RELATING TO FIREWORKS. TAKAI, ARAKAKI
HB233 RELATING TO THE HAWAII WHISTLEBLOWERS' PROTECTION ACT. LEE, MORITA, Takumi, Espero
HB234 RELATING TO PROHIBITION OF DISCRIMINATION BY PUBLIC ENTITIES TOWARDS INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES. LEE, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, Garcia, Arakaki
HB235 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE CONTINUED SERVICES OF THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CLEARINGHOUSE AND LEGAL HOTLINE. LEE, TAKAI, KAHIKINA, MORITA, B. OSHIRO, ESPERO, HALE
HB236 RELATING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT. LEE, B. OSHIRO, MORITA, M. OSHIRO, Luke, Schatz
HB237 RELATING TO MANDATED HEALTH COVERAGE REVIEW LEE, M. Oshiro, Espero, Kahikina, Arakaki
HB238 RELATING TO NURSES. LEE, ESPERO, MORITA, KAHIKINA, Arakaki
HB239 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE X, SECTION 2 OF THE STATE CONSTITUTION RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. LEE (BR)
HB240 RELATING TO CHECK CASHING. LEE, TAKAI, MORITA, M. OSHIRO, GARCIA
HB241 RELATING TO CHECK CASHING. LEE, TAKAI, SCHATZ, MORITA, B. OSHIRO
HB242 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES. LEE, SCHATZ, MORITA, Takumi, Hale
HB243 RELATING TO INDEMNITY. LEE, Garcia, Kahikina, Arakaki
HB244 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES. LEE, MORITA
HB245 RELATING TO FIREARMS. TAKUMI, ARAKAKI, ESPERO
HB246 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE STATE RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM. ARAKAKI, MCDERMOTT, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, Lee, Ito
HB247 RELATING TO THE STATE RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM. ARAKAKI, MCDERMOTT, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, THIELEN, Lee, Ito
HB248 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR FAMILIES FOR R.E.A.L. (RESOURCES FOR EARLY ACCESS TO LEARNING). ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, THIELEN, LEE, ITO
HB249 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. ARAKAKI, MCDERMOTT, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, LEE, Thielen, Ito
HB250 RELATING TO CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD CHECKS. ARAKAKI, MCDERMOTT, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, THIELEN, LEE, ITO
HB251 RELATING TO ACUPUNCTURE PRACTITIONERS. ARAKAKI, MCDERMOTT, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, Ito
HB252 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR BASIC DENTAL SERVICES FOR ADULTS. ARAKAKI, MCDERMOTT, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, LEE, ITO
HB253 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR TEXTBOOKS. MCDERMOTT, MEYER, AUWAE, MOSES, RATH, THIELEN, GOMES, LEONG, STONEBRAKER, WHALEN, ONTAI, HALFORD, FOX, JAFFE, DJOU
HB254 RELATING TO PRINCIPALS OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM FOX, RATH, WHALEN, GOMES, MEYER, MCDERMOTT, AUWAE, DJOU, STONEBRAKER, ONTAI, MOSES, JAFFE
HB255 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE X, SECTIONS 2 AND 3 OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUION RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATON. FOX, RATH, DJOU, MEYER, GOMES, DAVIS, LEONG, AUWAE, WHALEN, THIELEN, STONEBRAKER, HALFORD, MCDERMOTT, MOSES, JAFFE, ONTAI
HB256 RELATING TO BOARD OF EDUCATION. FOX, MOSES, DAVIS, RATH, ONTAI, MEYER, THIELEN, LEONG, AUWAE, WHALEN, GOMES, STONEBRAKER, MCDERMOTT, JAFFE, HALFORD, DJOU
HB257 RELATING TO THE EXCLUSION OF PROCEEDS FROM THE MANUFACTURE, PACKAGING, AND SALE OF FOOD FROM GENERAL EXCISE TAX LIABILITY. FOX, RATH, DJOU, MEYER, GOMES, HALFORD, DAVIS, MOSES, AUWAE, WHALEN, THIELEN, STONEBRAKER, ONTAI, LEONG, MCDERMOTT, JAFFE
HB258 RELATING TO THE EXCLUSION OF PROCEEDS FROM THE PROVISION OF MEDICAL SERVICES AND MEDICAL PRODUCTS FROM THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. FOX, DJOU, GOMES, MEYER, THIELEN, ONTAI, AUWAE, MCDERMOTT, MOSES, JAFFE, WHALEN, HALFORD, RATH, DAVIS, LEONG, STONEBRAKER
HB259 RELATING TO THE EXCLUSION OF RESIDENTIAL RENT FROM GENERAL EXCISE TAX LIABILITY. FOX, WHALEN, DJOU, THIELEN, HALFORD, LEONG, MOSES, MEYER, STONEBRAKER, GOMES, RATH, DAVIS, MCDERMOTT, ONTAI, AUWAE, JAFFE
HB260 RELATING TO CIVIL SERVICE REFORM. FOX, RATH, DAVIS, GOMES, STONEBRAKER, MCDERMOTT, LEONG, MEYER, DJOU, WHALEN, MOSES, JAFFE, AUWAE, ONTAI
HB261 RELATING TO DRUG PREVENTION AND TREATMENT. FOX, DJOU, MEYER, GOMES, HALFORD, MOSES, JAFFE, WHALEN, THIELEN, RATH, DAVIS, LEONG, MCDERMOTT, AUWAE, ONTAI
HB262 RELATING TO CORRECTIONAL TREATMENT FACILITIES. FOX, MOSES, MEYER, LEONG, GOMES, AUWAE, MCDERMOTT, ONTAI, RATH, DJOU, THIELEN, WHALEN, STONEBRAKER, DAVIS, JAFFE
HB263 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. FOX, RATH, AUWAE, MCDERMOTT, MEYER, GOMES, WHALEN, DJOU, DAVIS, ONTAI, MOSES, JAFFE, LEONG, STONEBRAKER, THIELEN
HB264 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. FOX, MOSES, DJOU, GOMES, RATH, AUWAE, MCDERMOTT, ONTAI, WHALEN, MEYER, THIELEN, STONEBRAKER, HALFORD, DAVIS, LEONG, JAFFE
HB265 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. FOX, MCDERMOTT, ONTAI, AUWAE, THIELEN, LEONG, MOSES, GOMES, MEYER, HALFORD, WHALEN, DJOU, RATH, JAFFE
HB266 RELATING TO GREENWAYS. FOX, THIELEN, STONEBRAKER, DJOU, GOMES, MEYER, WHALEN, HALFORD, RATH, DAVIS, LEONG, MCDERMOTT, AUWAE, ONTAI, JAFFE
HB267 RELATING TO WATER POLLUTION. FOX, WHALEN, MEYER, THIELEN, STONEBRAKER, DJOU, GOMES, HALFORD, MCDERMOTT, RATH, DAVIS, LEONG, MOSES, ONTAI, AUWAE, JAFFE
HB268 RELATING TO GRADUATION FROM HIGH SCHOOL. CHANG, Ito, Abinsay, Ahu Isa, Arakaki, Hale, Garcia, Hiraki, Kanoho, Kahikina, Hamakawa, Souki, Halford
HB269 RELATING TO TOURISM. CHANG, HIRAKI, KANOHO, KAHIKINA, Hamakawa, B. Oshiro, Abinsay, Takumi, Ahu Isa, Arakaki, Ito, Garcia, Souki, Halford
HB270 RELATING TO FIREWORKS. CHANG, MEYER, AHU ISA, KANOHO, KAHIKINA, HALFORD, Hale, Rath, Fox, Abinsay, Takumi, Arakaki, Ito, Garcia, Souki
HB271 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE RENTAL INDUSTRY. HIRAKI
HB272 RELATING TO PSYCHOLOGISTS. HIRAKI (BR)
HB273 RELATING TO TELEMARKETING FRAUD. HIRAKI
HB274 RELATING TO INSURANCE. HIRAKI
HB275 RELATING TO CONSUMER PROTECTION. HIRAKI
HB276 RELATING TO UTILITIES. HIRAKI
HB277 RELATING TO PRIVACY. HIRAKI
HB278 RELATING TO COMMERCE. HIRAKI
HB279 RELATING TO STATE AND COUNTY IMMUNITY FROM LIABILITY. KANOHO, MORITA, KAWAKAMI
HB280 RELATING TO STATE AND COUNTY TORT LIABILITY. KANOHO, MORITA, KAWAKAMI
HB281 RELATING TO NEUROTRAUMA. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, MOSES, Takumi, Abinsay, Saiki
HB282 RELATING TO THE STATE COUNCIL ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, Takumi, Abinsay, Saiki
HB283 RELATING TO TAXATION. ARAKAKI
HB284 RELATING TO HEALTH. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, MOSES, Takumi, Abinsay, Saiki
HB285 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE FINANCING. ARAKAKI
HB286 RELATING TO MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPISTS. ARAKAKI, TAKAI
HB287 RELATING TO YOUTH SERVICES. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, LEE, MORITA, THIELEN, ESPERO, LEONG
HB288 RELATING TO EARLY CHILDHOOD ASSESSMENTS. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, LEE, MORITA, ESPERO, LEONG, Meyer
HB289 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR RESOURCES FOR EARLY ACCESS TO LEARNING. ARAKAKI, LEE, MORITA, THIELEN, ESPERO, LEONG
HB290 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR DENTAL SERVICES. KAHIKINA, AUWAE, ARAKAKI, Souki, Kawakami
HB291 RELATING TO QUEST MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. KAHIKINA, KAWAKAMI, ARAKAKI, Souki
HB292 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. KAHIKINA, AUWAE, KAWAKAMI, ARAKAKI, Souki
HB293 RELATING TO HEALTH CARE. KAHIKINA, KAWAKAMI, ARAKAKI, SOUKI
HB294 RELATING TO DENTAL LICENSING. KAHIKINA, KAWAKAMI, ARAKAKI, Souki
HB295 RELATING TO THE DISABILITY AND COMMUNICATION ACCESS BOARD. KAHIKINA, AUWAE, KAWAKAMI, ARAKAKI, Souki
HB296 RELATING TO MEDICAID. KAHIKINA, ARAKAKI, KAWAKAMI, Souki
HB297 RELATING TO TELEMARKETING. LUKE, TAKAI, ESPERO, KANOHO, M. OSHIRO, MORITA, B. OSHIRO, HAMAKAWA, MAGAOAY, Souki, Yonamine, Chang, Hiraki, Takumi, Ahu Isa, Kahikina, Ontai, Case, Hale, Abinsay, Kawakami
HB298 RELATING TO PROCUREMENT. MAGAOAY, LUKE, HALE, TAKAI, KANOHO, Hamakawa, Garcia, Ito, Saiki, Kawakami, Schatz, Souki, Espero, Yonamine, Hiraki, M. Oshiro, Kahikina, Abinsay, Morita, Ontai, Ahu Isa, Case, B. Oshiro
HB299 RELATING TO THE CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. LUKE, M. OSHIRO, MORITA, MAGAOAY, Garcia, Ito, Saiki, Schatz, Souki, Espero, Yonamine, Chang, Hiraki, Kanoho, Takumi, Kahikina, Ahu Isa, Case, Hale, B. Oshiro, Hamakawa, Abinsay, Kawakami
HB300 RELATING TO MEDICAL ASSISTANCE FRAUD. HAMAKAWA
HB301 RELATING TO PUBLIC DISPLAY. HAMAKAWA
HB302 RELATING TO CHILD ABUSE. HAMAKAWA
HB303 RELATING TO SECONDHAND DEALERS. HAMAKAWA
HB304 RELATING TO CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD CHECKS. HAMAKAWA
HB305 RELATING TO THE HAWAII RULES OF EVIDENCE. YOSHINAGA, Abinsay
HB306 RELATING TO PRIVATIZATION. YOSHINAGA, Saiki, Nakasone, Souki, Espero, Garcia
HB307 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. YOSHINAGA, ESPERO, Garcia, Saiki, Souki
HB308 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION MEDICAL FEES. YOSHINAGA, Saiki, Nakasone, Souki, Espero, Garcia
HB309 RELATING TO AN ANNUAL GENERAL EXCISE TAX HOLIDAY. YOSHINAGA
HB310 RELATING TO THE EXCLUSION OF FOOD, RESIDENTIAL RENT, AND HEALTH CARE SERVICES FROM THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. YOSHINAGA
HB311 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CAPITAL GAINS TAX. YOSHINAGA
HB312 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING FUND. MEYER, FOX, RATH, DJOU, AUWAE, ONTAI, Davis
HB313 RELATING TO THE PROTECTION AGAINST INTERRUPTION OF COMMERCE. MEYER, RATH, ONTAI, DJOU, AUWAE, Fox, Davis, Kahikina, Leong
HB314 RELATING TO TAX CREDITS FOR BUSINESSES OFFERING DRUG TREATMENT TO EMPLOYEES. MEYER, RATH, ONTAI, Halford, Fox, Davis, Leong, Kahikina
HB315 RELATING TO ZERO-BASED BUDGETING FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION. MEYER, RATH, ONTAI, Halford, Fox, Djou, Davis
HB316 RELATING TO EXEMPTIONS FROM THE CAPITAL GAINS TAX. MEYER, RATH, FOX, DJOU, AUWAE, ONTAI, Halford, Davis, Leong
HB317 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE VIII, SECTION 3, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION TO REQUIRE THE APPROVAL OF TWO-THIRDS OF THE LEGISLATURE TO LEVY OR INCREASE TAXES OR TO REPEAL A TAX EXEMPTION OR CREDIT. MEYER, RATH, ONTAI, DJOU, AUWAE, JAFFE, Halford, Leong, Davis
HB318 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES II, III, AND XVII OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO PROVIDE FOR INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM, AND RECALL. MEYER, RATH, FOX, JAFFE, DJOU, MOSES, ONTAI, KAHIKINA, Davis, Leong
HB319 RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGES. MEYER, RATH, FOX, AUWAE, DJOU, ONTAI, Davis, Case, Leong
HB320 RELATING TO THE INCREASE OF THE AGE OF CONSENT FROM FOURTEEN TO SIXTEEN. MEYER, DJOU, FOX, AUWAE, JAFFE, ONTAI, DAVIS, KAHIKINA, LEONG, Gomes
HB321 RELATING TO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES. HAMAKAWA
HB322 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES. HAMAKAWA
HB323 RELATING TO PENAL RESPONSIBILTY. HAMAKAWA
HB324 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE I OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO ADD A SECTION ON CRIME VICTIMS' RIGHTS. HAMAKAWA
HB325 RELATING TO THE PENAL CODE. HAMAKAWA
HB326 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY. HAMAKAWA
HB327 RELATING TO DISPOSITION OF CONVICTED DEFENDANTS. HAMAKAWA
HB328 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. HAMAKAWA
HB329 RELATING TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. HAMAKAWA
HB330 RELATING TO CHILDREN. HAMAKAWA
HB331 RELATING TO NONIMMIGRANT STUDENTS YONAMINE
HB332 RELATING TO RETIREMENT BENEFITS. YONAMINE
HB333 RELATING TO A CONSTITUTION REVISION COMMISSION. YONAMINE
HB334 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A COMMISSION ON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND EFFICIENCY. YONAMINE
HB335 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 10, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO PROHIBIT EXTENSIONS OF REGULAR SESSIONS OF THE LEGISLATURE. YONAMINE
HB336 RELATING TO INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT ACCOUNT CONTRIBUTION TAX CREDIT. KAHIKINA, LEE, ARAKAKI, Auwae
HB337 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE CONTINUUM OF CARE PLAN. KAHIKINA, ARAKAKI, TAKAI, THIELEN, LEE, CHANG, AUWAE, STONEBRAKER, SOUKI, ABINSAY, GOMES, HIRAKI, SUZUKI, CABREROS, MCDERMOTT, B. OSHIRO, FOX, MOSES
HB338 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR FUNDING A SECOND AMBULANCE TO SERVICE THE WAIANAE COAST. KAHIKINA, AUWAE, MCDERMOTT, ARAKAKI, SUZUKI, GOMES, STONEBRAKER, MOSES, Kawakami, Souki, Abinsay, Thielen, Chang, Djou, B. Oshiro, Hiraki, Cabreros
HB339 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE WAIANAE COAST COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CENTER. KAHIKINA, SOUKI, AUWAE, ABINSAY, MCDERMOTT, THIELEN, CABREROS, ARAKAKI, GOMES, STONEBRAKER, MOSES, Chang, B. Oshiro, Hiraki, Suzuki
HB340 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. KAHIKINA, ARAKAKI, KAWAKAMI, AUWAE, ABINSAY, CABREROS, MOSES, TAKAI, Souki, Chang, McDermott, Thielen, Gomes, B. Oshiro, Stonebraker, Hiraki, Fox, Suzuki, Djou, Yonamine
HB341 RELATING TO MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETIES. SAIKI
HB342 RELATING TO SCHOOLS. SCHATZ, B. OSHIRO, Ito, Espero, Abinsay, Cabreros, Hiraki, Saiki, Hamakawa, Lee, Say
HB343 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SCHATZ, LUKE, MAGAOAY, AHU ISA, ITO, MORITA, TAKAI, ESPERO, ABINSAY, B. OSHIRO, CABREROS, LEE, Takumi, Hiraki, Saiki, Hamakawa, Say
HB344 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SCHATZ, LUKE, MAGAOAY, AHU ISA, ITO, TAKAI, M. OSHIRO, ESPERO, ABINSAY, B. OSHIRO, CABREROS, Morita, Lee, Hiraki, Saiki, Hamakawa, Say
HB345 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SCHATZ, LUKE, B. OSHIRO, Ito, Morita, Takai, M. Oshiro, Hamakawa, Espero, Abinsay, Cabreros, Hiraki, Saiki, Lee, Say
HB346 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. SCHATZ, LEE, LUKE, MAGAOAY, MORITA, B. OSHIRO, Hiraki, Ahu Isa, Cabreros, Say, Saiki, Espero, Abinsay, Hamakawa
HB347 RELATING TO USED MOTOR VEHICLE TIRES. HIRAKI
HB348 RELATING TO GASOLINE DEALERS. HIRAKI
HB349 RELATING TO CORRECTIONS. GARCIA, LEE, Souki, Hamakawa, Saiki, Moses, Djou, Takumi, Nakasone, Luke, B. Oshiro
HB350 RELATING TO HOMELESS YOUTHS. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, ITO, ESPERO, Djou, Magaoay
HB351 RELATING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, ITO, B. OSHIRO, ESPERO, Magaoay
HB352 RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL COUNSELORS. ARAKAKI, HALE, AHU ISA, KANOHO, Auwae
HB353 RELATING TO CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. ARAKAKI, AHU ISA
HB354 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS. ARAKAKI, SCHATZ, HALE, AHU ISA, MORITA, Auwae, Kanoho
HB355 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. SOUKI
HB356 RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGES. YOSHINAGA (BR)
HB357 RELATING TO PENSIONERS' SPECIAL COMPENSATION. YOSHINAGA, Espero, Saiki, Garcia, Souki, Nakasone
HB358 RELATING TO CHECK CASHING. SAIKI (BR)
HB359 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE EQUIPMENT. TAKAI
HB360 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES. THIELEN, Jaffe, Lee, Case
HB361 RELATING TO RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS. THIELEN, Chang, Ahu Isa, Jaffe, Lee, Case
HB362 RELATING TO THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY. CHANG, ABINSAY, Kahikina, Hamakawa, Souki, Halford, Morita, Ahu Isa, Luke, Takumi, Hiraki, Garcia, Suzuki, Whalen
HB363 RELATING TO LIABILITY. CHANG, KAHIKINA, ABINSAY, MORITA, AHU ISA, SUZUKI, WHALEN, CASE, JAFFE, Souki, Halford, Garcia
HB364 RELATING TO COUNTY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS. CHANG, ABINSAY, Kahikina, Ontai, Souki, Morita, Luke, Takumi, Hiraki, Garcia, Suzuki, Whalen, Jaffe
HB365 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY DAMAGE ABINSAY, CHANG, WHALEN, GOMES, HALFORD, MAGAOAY, Takumi, Kanoho, Case, Ahu Isa
HB366 RELATING TO MACADAMIA NUT RESEARCH ABINSAY, CHANG, GOMES, WHALEN, HALFORD, MAGAOAY, Takumi, Ahu Isa
HB367 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A BILINGUAL CITIZENSHIP PROJECT ABINSAY, CHANG, LUKE, GARCIA, YOSHINAGA, ARAKAKI, MAGAOAY, HALE, AHU ISA
HB368 RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT MORITA
HB369 RELATING TO RECYCLING MORITA
HB370 RELATING TO ENERGY. MORITA
HB371 RELATING TO ENERGY. MORITA
HB372 RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT MORITA
HB373 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE HANA COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER. MORITA, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, ARAKAKI, Nakasone, Souki
HB374 RELATING TO EDUCATION MORITA
HB375 RELATING TO THE HAWAII CAVES TASK FORCE. MORITA
HB376 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. HAMAKAWA
HB377 RELATING TO COURTS. HAMAKAWA
HB378 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. HAMAKAWA
HB379 RELATING TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE. HAMAKAWA
HB380 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. HAMAKAWA
HB381 RELATING TO IDENTITY THEFT. HAMAKAWA
HB382 RELATING TO PUBLICATION OF NOTICE. HAMAKAWA
HB383 RELATING TO SEXUAL OFFENDERS. HAMAKAWA
HB384 RELATING TO THE PENAL CODE. HAMAKAWA
HB385 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY. HAMAKAWA
HB386 RELATING TO RIGHTS OF VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. HAMAKAWA
HB387 RELATING TO DOMESTIC ABUSE. HAMAKAWA
HB388 RELATING TO CRIME. HAMAKAWA
HB389 RELATING TO PATHOLOGICAL INTOXICATION. HAMAKAWA
HB390 RELATING TO HATE CRIMES. HAMAKAWA
HB391 RELATING TO CIVIL RIGHTS. HAMAKAWA
HB392 RELATING TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE. HAMAKAWA
HB393 RELATING TO TESTING FOR BLOOD-BORNE INFECTIONS. MCDERMOTT
HB394 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. MCDERMOTT
HB395 RELATING TO CORRECTIONAL TREATMENT FACILITIES. MCDERMOTT
HB396 RELATING TO CIVIC LITERACY. MCDERMOTT
HB397 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE. MCDERMOTT
HB398 RELATING TO EDUCATION. MCDERMOTT
HB399 RELATING TO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES. MCDERMOTT
HB400 RELATING TO ZERO-BASE BUDGETING FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION. MCDERMOTT
HB401 RELATING TO PESTICIDES. MCDERMOTT
HB402 RELATING TO ALTERNATE TEACHER CERTIFICATION. MCDERMOTT
HB403 RELATING TO TUITION ASSISTANCE FOR LOW-INCOME STUDENTS TO ATTEND THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. MCDERMOTT
HB404 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES II, III, AND XVII OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO PROVIDE FOR INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM, AND RECALL. MCDERMOTT
HB405 RELATING TO TUITION WAIVERS FOR TEACHERS. MCDERMOTT
HB406 RELATING TO EDUCATION. MCDERMOTT
HB407 RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. MAGAOAY, LUKE, TAKUMI, CASE, ONTAI, AHU ISA, ARAKAKI, M. OSHIRO, ABINSAY, CABREROS, CHANG, ESPERO, MORITA, HIRAKI, B. OSHIRO, GARCIA, SOUKI, YONAMINE, SUZUKI, DAVIS, LEONG, Moses, Djou
HB408 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING A TECHNOLOGY-FOCUSED, COMMUNITY-BASED CENTER IN WAIALUA TOWN. MAGAOAY, CABREROS, CHANG, ABINSAY, ESPERO, AHU ISA, MORITA, HIRAKI, B. OSHIRO, GARCIA, SOUKI, YONAMINE, MOSES, SUZUKI, DJOU, DAVIS, LEONG
HB409 RELATING TO HOMELESS ASSISTANCE. SAIKI
HB410 RELATING TO THE HAWAII WATER CARRIER ACT. SOUKI
HB411 RELATING TO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. SOUKI, Say
HB412 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. SOUKI
HB413 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR AMBULANCE SERVICE IN KULA AND KIHEI, MAUI. SOUKI, NAKASONE
HB414 RELATING TO THE TRAFFIC CODE. SOUKI, LEE
HB415 RELATING TO HARBORS. SOUKI
HB416 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. SOUKI
HB417 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. SOUKI
HB418 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. SOUKI
HB419 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. SOUKI
HB420 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. SOUKI
HB421 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO EXPAND THE AGRICULTURAL LOAN FUND. AHU ISA, ABINSAY
HB422 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE NEW ECONOMY TRANSITION PROGRAM. AHU ISA, MAGAOAY
HB423 RELATING TO INTOXICATING LIQUORS. AHU ISA, Magaoay
HB424 RELATING TO THE INCOME TAX AHU ISA, Takumi, Magaoay, Case, Ontai, Kawakami, Saiki
HB425 RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. AHU ISA, Magaoay
HB426 RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. AHU ISA
HB427 RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. AHU ISA, Magaoay
HB428 RELATING TO CORPORATE INCOME TAX. AHU ISA
HB429 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR BLINDNESS SKILL TRAINING. AHU ISA, ARAKAKI
HB430 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO RECRUIT INVESTMENT FROM PACIFIC RIM COUNTRIES IN SUPPORT OF COMMUNITYBASED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. AHU ISA, Magaoay
HB431 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MANUFACTURING EXTENSION PROGRAMS. AHU ISA, Magaoay
HB432 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE MILLENNIUM WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. AHU ISA
HB433 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 10, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO REPEAL THE MANDATORY LEGISLATIVE FIVE-DAY RECESS. YONAMINE
HB434 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 4, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO ESTABLISH LEGISLATIVE TERM LIMITS. YONAMINE
HB435 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES. KANOHO, MORITA, KAWAKAMI
HB436 RELATING TO TAXATION. KANOHO, MORITA, KAWAKAMI
HB437 RELATING TO EDUCATION. LEONG, TAKAI, HIRAKI, ARAKAKI, MCDERMOTT, GARCIA, ABINSAY, ONTAI, KAHIKINA, Schatz, HALFORD
HB438 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. LEONG, TAKAI, GARCIA, Ito, Takumi, Abinsay, Hale, Arakaki
HB439 RELATING TO HIGHWAY VEHICLE SAFETY. LEONG, TAKAI, SCHATZ, ONTAI, Ito, Garcia, Abinsay, Halford, Arakaki
HB440 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE SIXTEENTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. LEONG
HB441 RELATING TO LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS. HIRAKI
HB442 RELATING TO PEST CONTROL LICENSEES. THIELEN, MORITA, JAFFE, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Hiraki, Takumi
HB443 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO MATCH FEDERAL FUNDS FOR THE HAWAII FORESTRY AND COMMUNITIES INITIATIVE. KANOHO, HALE
HB444 RELATING TO BURIAL SITES. KANOHO, HALE
HB445 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR PACON INTERNATIONAL. AHU ISA, Takumi, Ontai, Magaoay
HB446 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. CHANG, MORITA, AHU ISA, LUKE, SUZUKI, JAFFE, MAGAOAY, TAKAI, ITO, ABINSAY, Hiraki, Hamakawa
HB447 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES. THIELEN, CASE, Takumi, Schatz, Jaffe, B. Oshiro, Hale
HB448 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. SCHATZ, LUKE, MAGAOAY, AHU ISA, MORITA, ESPERO, ABINSAY, B. OSHIRO, CABREROS, HIRAKI, Takumi, Ito, M. Oshiro, Saiki, Lee, Say
HB449 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. SCHATZ, LUKE, MAGAOAY, AHU ISA, ITO, MORITA, TAKAI, M. OSHIRO, B. OSHIRO, Takumi, Espero, Abinsay, Cabreros, Hiraki, Saiki, Hamakawa, Lee, Say
HB450 RELATING TO HAWAII ELECTION CAMPAIGN FUND. SCHATZ
HB451 RELATING TO LIABILITY. TAKAI, Hiraki
HB452 RELATING TO FIREWORKS. KAHIKINA (BR)
HB453 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. KAHIKINA, AUWAE, TAKAI, Abinsay
HB454 RELATING TO RIGHTS OF PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. KAHIKINA, MEYER, RATH, MCDERMOTT, STONEBRAKER, WHALEN, AUWAE, Ahu Isa, Abinsay, Arakaki, M. Oshiro
HB455 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE XII OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO ESTABLISH AN OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS. KAHIKINA, KAWAKAMI, KANOHO, B. OSHIRO, HIRAKI, FOX, SUZUKI, CABREROS, MOSES, AUWAE, MORITA, AHU ISA, Gomes
HB456 RELATING TO UNSWORN DECLARATIONS. MARUMOTO
HB457 RELATING TO THE TRANSFER OF CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS TO PROMOTE OR SUPPORT CIVIC OR CHARITABLE PURPOSES. MARUMOTO
HB458 RELATING TO A TOTAL BAN ON RIDING IN CARGO AREAS OF PICKUP TRUCKS. MARUMOTO
HB459 RELATING TO AN ANNUAL GENERAL EXCISE TAX HOLIDAY. MARUMOTO, MEYER
HB460 RELATING TO THE EXCLUSION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ROYALTIES FROM GENERAL EXCISE TAXATION. MARUMOTO
HB461 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE PARKING PERMIT PROGRAM FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. HIRAKI
HB462 RELATING TO THE UNIFORM ARBITRATION ACT. HIRAKI
HB463 RELATING TO PRACTICE OF BARBERING AND BEAUTY CULTURE. HIRAKI
HB464 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. HIRAKI
HB465 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. HIRAKI (BR)
HB466 RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ITO
HB467 RELATING TO SCHOOL BUSES. ITO
HB468 RELATING TO MOTOR CARRIERS. ITO
HB469 RELATING TO SCHOOL PERSONNEL. ITO, TAKAI, GARCIA, ONTAI, BUKOSKI, SCHATZ, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, HALE, Takumi
HB470 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, ABINSAY, GARCIA, HALE, SCHATZ
HB471 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, ABINSAY, Garcia, Schatz
HB472 RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ITO, ARAKAKI, SCHATZ, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, ABINSAY, GARCIA, HALE
HB473 RELATING TO REWARDS AND INCENTIVES FOR TEACHERS. ITO, TAKAI, ABINSAY, GARCIA, HALE, SCHATZ
HB474 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, ABINSAY, HALE, Garcia, Ontai
HB475 RELATING TO SALARIES. ITO, TAKAI, TAKUMI, GARCIA, SCHATZ, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, HALE, BUKOSKI, Ontai
HB476 RELATING TO SPECIAL EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, ABINSAY, GARCIA, HALE, SCHATZ, Ontai, Bukoski
HB477 RELATING TO COACHES ITO, TAKAI
HB478 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI
HB479 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE OFFICE OF INFORMATION PRACTICES. KAWAKAMI, TAKAMINE
HB480 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR BUSINESS SPECIALIST POSITIONS. KAWAKAMI, ITO, MORITA, HALE, TAKAMINE, CHANG, SOUKI, KANOHO, HAMAKAWA, NAKASONE
HB481 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE HOME SAFETY MONITORING PROGRAM. HALE
HB482 RELATING TO JURORS. HALE (BR)
HB483 RELATING TO THE EDUCATION STOREROOM. ITO, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, STONEBRAKER, TAKAI, ABINSAY, GARCIA, HALE, ONTAI, BUKOSKI, Schatz
HB484 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, ABINSAY, HALE, BUKOSKI, SCHATZ, GARCIA, Ontai
HB485 RELATING TO MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI
HB486 RELATING TO ADULT EDUCATION. ITO
HB487 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, SCHATZ
HB488 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, Schatz
HB489 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, Schatz
HB490 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, SCHATZ
HB491 MAKING AN APPROPRITION FOR THE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO. CHANG, AHU ISA, TAKAI, RATH, KANOHO, KAHIKINA, Hamakawa, Garcia, Ito, Bukoski, Hale, Hiraki, Fox, Meyer, B. Oshiro, Abinsay, Whalen, Arakaki, Schatz, Takumi, Souki, Luke, Suzuki, Magaoay, Halford, Morita, Garcia, Jaffe
HB492 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE HONOLULU SYMPHONY. CHANG, MORITA, AHU ISA, LUKE, BUKOSKI, GARCIA, SUZUKI, JAFFE, MAGAOAY, TAKAI, ITO, ABINSAY, Schatz, Hamakawa, Hiraki, Whalen, Takumi
HB493 RELATING TO INSURANCE. CHANG, MORITA, AHU ISA, LUKE, SUZUKI, WHALEN, CASE, TAKAI, ITO, ABINSAY, Hamakawa, Takumi, Hiraki, Garcia, Schatz, Jaffe, Magaoay, Bukoski, Rath
HB494 RELATING TO TORT LIABILITY. SAIKI (BR)
HB495 RELATING TO TORT LIABILITY. SAIKI (BR)
HB496 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE IMMERSION PROGRAM. KAHIKINA, KANOHO, BUKOSKI, ARAKAKI, GOMES, STONEBRAKER, CABREROS, MOSES, LEONG, CASE, SAIKI, TAKAI, M. OSHIRO, LEE, KAWAKAMI, AUWAE, ABINSAY, THIELEN, HAMAKAWA, AHU ISA, DAVIS, MORITA, Hiraki, Suzuki, Djou, Schatz, Souki, McDermott, Chang, B. Oshiro, Fox, Whalen, Rath, Takumi
HB497 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE WORKING GROUP. HAMAKAWA
HB498 RELATING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. HAMAKAWA
HB499 RELATING TO FIREARMS. HAMAKAWA
HB500 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY. HAMAKAWA
HB501 RELATING TO CRIME. HAMAKAWA
HB502 RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATIONS. KANOHO, AHU ISA, SUZUKI, YOSHINAGA
HB503 RELATING TO STATE LEASES. KANOHO
HB504 RELATING TO LAND USE. KANOHO, SOUKI
HB505 RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS. KANOHO, HALE
HB506 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR THE STATE IRRIGATION PROGRAM SAY (BR)
HB507 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL PARKS. SAY (BR)
HB508 RELATING TO IRRIGATION PROJECTS SAY (BR)
HB509 RELATING TO MEASUREMENT STANDARDS SAY (BR)
HB510 RELATING TO AQUACULTURE SAY (BR)
HB511 RELATING TO REMEDIES OF PART VII, CHAPTER 103D, HAWAII REVISED STATUTES. SAY (BR)
HB512 RELATING TO ANCILLARY FACILITIES FOR THE STATE ART MUSEUM IN THE NO. 1 CAPITAL DISTRICT BUILDING. SAY (BR)
HB513 RELATING TO THE RELIEF OF CERTAIN PERSONS' CLAIMS AGAINST THE STATE AND PROVIDING APPROPRIATIONS THEREFOR. SAY (BR)
HB514 RELATING TO DEPUTY ATTORNEYS GENERAL. SAY (BR)
HB515 RELATING TO THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE TOBACCO SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT. SAY (BR)
HB516 RELATING TO TOBACCO. SAY (BR)
HB517 RELATING TO TOBACCO PRODUCTS REPORT. SAY (BR)
HB518 RELATING TO TOBACCO. SAY (BR)
HB519 RELATING TO LITIGATION HIGHWAYS. SAY (BR)
HB520 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLE I, SECTION 10, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION. SAY (BR)
HB521 RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES. SAY (BR)
HB522 RELATING TO HEALTH CARE INFORMATION. SAY (BR)
HB523 RELATING TO THE UNAUTHORIZED PRACTICE OF LAW. SAY (BR)
HB524 RELATING TO COMPUTER CRIME. SAY (BR)
HB525 RELATING TO SERVICE OF PROCESS BY MAIL. SAY (BR)
HB526 RELATING TO CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT. SAY (BR)
HB527 RELATING TO INTERSTATE FAMILY SUPPORT. SAY (BR)
HB528 RELATING TO THE UNIFORM PARENTAGE ACT. SAY (BR)
HB529 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. SAY (BR)
HB530 RELATING TO THE UNIFORM SUPERVISION OF TRUSTEES FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES ACT (MODIFIED). SAY (BR)
HB531 RELATING TO NONCONSENSUAL COMMON LAW LIENS. SAY (BR)
HB532 A BILL FOR AN ACT RELATING TO THE PREVENTION OF THE FILING OF FRIVOLOUS FINANCING STATEMENTS. SAY (BR)
HB533 RELATING TO ANTITRUST. SAY (BR)
HB534 RELATING TO FUNCTIONAL PLANS. SAY (BR)
HB535 RELATING TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS. SAY (BR)
HB536 RELATING TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. SAY (BR)
HB537 RELATING TO THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. SAY (BR)
HB538 RELATING TO COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT. SAY (BR)
HB539 RELATING TO THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII. SAY (BR)
HB540 RELATING TO THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII. SAY (BR)
HB541 RELATING TO RESIDENTIAL LEASEHOLDS. SAY (BR)
HB542 RELATING TO THE FEE SIMPLE RESIDENTIAL REVOLVING FUND. SAY (BR)
HB543 RELATING TO HOMELESS PROGRAMS. SAY (BR)
HB544 RELATING TO THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII. SAY (BR)
HB545 RELATING TO THE RENTAL HOUSING TRUST FUND. SAY (BR)
HB546 RELATING TO THE DOWNPAYMENT LOAN PROGRAM. SAY (BR)
HB547 RELATING TO AN ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT POSITION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM. SAY (BR)
HB548 RELATING TO THE FINANCIAL SERVICES ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. SAY (BR)
HB549 RELATING TO STATE ENTERPRISE ZONES. SAY (BR)
HB550 RELATING TO THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII. SAY (BR)
HB551 RELATING TO TECHNOLOGY. SAY (BR)
HB552 RELATING TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICTS. SAY (BR)
HB553 RELATING TO TOURISM. SAY (BR)
HB554 RELATING TO THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. SAY (BR)
HB555 RELATING TO TOURISM MARKETING SAY (BR)
HB556 RELATING TO A FILM INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING MANAGER POSITION IN THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM. SAY (BR)
HB557 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE BERNICE PAUAHI BISHOP MUSEUM, OAHU. SAY (BR)
HB558 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. SAY (BR)
HB559 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. SAY (BR)
HB560 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. SAY (BR)
HB561 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. SAY (BR)
HB562 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. SAY (BR)
HB563 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. SAY (BR)
HB564 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. SAY (BR)
HB565 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. SAY (BR)
HB566 RELATING TO REORGANIZATION OF STATE GOVERNMENT. SAY (BR)
HB567 RELATING TO UNCLAIMED PROPERTY. SAY (BR)
HB568 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEE HEALTH BENEFITS. SAY (BR)
HB569 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR HEALTH FUND PREMIUMS. SAY (BR)
HB570 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEE HEALTH FUND. SAY (BR)
HB571 RELATING TO THE SHORT-TERM INVESTMENT OF STATE MONEYS. SAY (BR)
HB572 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEE HEALTH FUND. SAY (BR)
HB573 RELATING TO THE REPEAL OF OUTSTANDING AUTHORIZED BUT UNISSUED SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS. SAY (BR)
HB574 RELATING TO THE AUTHORIZATION OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS. SAY (BR)
HB575 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLE VII OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION REGARDING AN EMERGENCY AND BUDGET RESERVE FUND. SAY (BR)
HB576 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. SAY (BR)
HB577 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR STATE OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES EXCLUDED FROM COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. SAY (BR)
HB578 RELATING TO THE MANAGEMENT OF FINANCING AGREEMENTS. SAY (BR)
HB579 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. SAY (BR)
HB580 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. SAY (BR)
HB581 RELATING TO MOTOR CARRIERS. SAY (BR)
HB582 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. SAY (BR)
HB583 RELATING TO THE CODE OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. SAY (BR)
HB584 RELATING TO ESCROW DEPOSITORIES. SAY (BR)
HB585 RELATING TO REAL ESTATE BROKERS. SAY (BR)
HB586 RELATING TO THE CONVERSION OF PROFESSIONAL AND VOCATIONAL LICENSES. SAY (BR)
HB587 RELATING TO MORTGAGE BROKER LICENSING. SAY (BR)
HB588 RELATING TO RENEWAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS. SAY (BR)
HB589 RELATING TO ARCHITECTS. SAY (BR)
HB590 RELATING TO INSURANCE. SAY (BR)
HB591 RELATING TO LIMITING HURRICANE PROPERTY INSURANCE RISK. SAY (BR)
HB592 RELATING TO PRODUCER LICENSING. SAY (BR)
HB593 RELATING TO INSURANCE SAY (BR)
HB594 RELATING TO CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES AND COURSE PROVIDERS FOR INSURANCE LICENSEES. SAY (BR)
HB595 RELATING TO INSURANCE. SAY (BR)
HB596 RELATING TO THE HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. SAY (BR)
HB597 RELATING TO TRAVEL SERVICES. SAY (BR)
HB598 RELATING TO CONSUMER PROTECTIONS FOR DEPOSITORY INSTITUTION SALES OF INSURANCE. SAY (BR)
HB599 RELATING TO NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS. SAY (BR)
HB600 RELATING TO BUSINESS REGISTRATION. SAY (BR)
HB601 RELATING TO TRADEMARKS. SAY (BR)
HB602 RELATING TO THE UNIFORM SECURITIES ACT. SAY (BR)
HB603 RELATING TO LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIPS. SAY (BR)
HB604 RELATING TO HAWAII NATIONAL GUARD TUITION ASSISTANCE. SAY (BR)
HB605 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAY (BR)
HB606 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAY (BR)
HB607 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAY (BR)
HB608 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR EDUCATION. SAY (BR)
HB609 RELATING TO NEW CENTURY CHARTER SCHOOLS. SAY (BR)
HB610 RELATING TO EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATORS. SAY (BR)
HB611 RELATING TO CONCESSIONS AT PUBLIC LIBRARY FACILITIES. SAY (BR)
HB612 RELATING TO THE LIBRARY ENHANCED SERVICES PROGRAM. SAY (BR)
HB613 RELATING TO REALLOCATION OF VACANT LIBRARY POSITIONS. SAY (BR)
HB614 RELATING TO THE HAWAII STATE PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM. SAY (BR)
HB615 RELATING TO THE STATE LIBRARIAN. SAY (BR)
HB616 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER FOR THE STATE OF HAWAII. SAY (BR)
HB617 RELATING TO THE COMPENSATION OF PUBLIC OFFICERS. SAY (BR)
HB618 RELATING TO FIREWORKS. SAY (BR)
HB619 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. SAY (BR)
HB620 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. SAY (BR)
HB621 RELATING TO THE TRANSFER OF CERTAIN SPORTS COMPLEXES TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. SAY (BR)
HB622 RELATING TO EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY. SAY (BR)
HB623 RELATING TO THE FELIX CONSENT DECREE. SAY (BR)
HB624 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED. SAY (BR)
HB625 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED. SAY (BR)
HB626 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED. SAY (BR)
HB627 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED. SAY (BR)
HB628 RELATING TO FOSTER BOARD ALLOWANCES FOR STUDENTS. SAY (BR)
HB629 RELATING TO AUTHORITY OF FOSTER PARENTS TO PROVIDE CONSENTS FOR THE FOSTER CHILD'S EDUCATIONAL AND RECREATIONAL NEEDS. SAY (BR)
HB630 RELATING TO INFORMATION ON THE NATURAL PARENTS OF THE ADOPTED MINOR CHILD. SAY (BR)
HB631 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES. SAY (BR)
HB632 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. SAY (BR)
HB633 RELATING TO FUNERAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS. SAY (BR)
HB634 RELATING TO MEDICAL ASSISTANCE RECOVERY. SAY (BR)
HB635 RELATING TO CHILD CARE. SAY (BR)
HB636 RELATING TO REIMBURSEMENT FOR NONINSTITUTIONAL PROVIDERS OF MEDICAL CARE FOR SERVICES. SAY (BR)
HB637 RELATING TO OHANA CONFERENCING. SAY (BR)
HB638 RELATING TO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE. SAY (BR)
HB639 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES. SAY (BR)
HB640 RELATING TO HUMAN RESOURCES. SAY (BR)
HB641 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS, FINANCIAL ABILITY OF THE EMPLOYER IN IMPASSE PROCEEDINGS AND TRANSFER OF THE OFFICE OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. SAY (BR)
HB642 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. SAY (BR)
HB643 RELATING TO THE MERIT APPEALS BOARD. SAY (BR)
HB644 RELATING TO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. SAY (BR)
HB645 RELATING TO ENDANGERING THE WELFARE OF INCOMPETENT PERSONS. SAY (BR)
HB646 RELATING TO THE SALE OF STERILE SYRINGES FOR THE PREVENTION OF DISEASE. SAY (BR)
HB647 RELATING TO THE DISABILITY AND COMMUNICATION ACCESS BOARD. SAY (BR)
HB648 RELATING TO VITAL RECORDS. SAY (BR)
HB649 RELATING TO VITAL STATISTICS. SAY (BR)
HB650 RELATING TO ADVANCE DIRECTIVES FOR PSYCHIATRIC CARE. SAY (BR)
HB651 RELATING TO CRIMINAL HISTORY. SAY (BR)
HB652 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION TO THE CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION. SAY (BR)
HB653 RELATING TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT INSURANCE BENEFITS. SAY (BR)
HB654 RELATING TO SAFE DRINKING WATER. SAY (BR)
HB655 RELATING TO SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISPOSAL SURCHARGE. SAY (BR)
HB656 RELATING TO SPECIAL WASTES RECYCLING. SAY (BR)
HB657 RELATED TO GLASS RECYCLING. SAY (BR)
HB658 RELATING TO HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION. SAY (BR)
HB659 RELATING TO UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS. SAY (BR)
HB660 RELATING TO HAZARDOUS WASTE. SAY (BR)
HB661 RELATING TO USED OIL. SAY (BR)
HB662 RELATING TO CRIMINAL PENALTIES. SAY (BR)
HB663 RELATING TO THE STATEWIDE NEWBORN HEARING SCREENING PROGRAM. SAY (BR)
HB664 RELATING TO BIRTH DEFECTS. SAY (BR)
HB665 RELATING TO COMMUNITY ORAL HEALTH. SAY (BR)
HB666 RELATING TO INDIVIDUAL WASTEWATER SYSTEMS. SAY (BR)
HB667 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES. SAY (BR)
HB668 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR THE ADULT MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION. SAY (BR)
HB669 RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGE. SAY (BR)
HB670 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY. SAY (BR)
HB671 RELATING TO THE HOISTING MACHINE OPERATORS ADVISORY BOARD. SAY (BR)
HB672 RELATING TO BOILER AND ELEVATOR SAFETY LAW. SAY (BR)
HB673 RELATING TO BOILER AND ELEVATOR INSPECTORS. SAY (BR)
HB674 RELATING TO CHILD LABOR. SAY (BR)
HB675 RELATING TO EXPLOSIVES. SAY (BR)
HB676 RELATING TO OCCUPATIONAL AND CAREER INFORMATION. SAY (BR)
HB677 RELATING TO THE STATE FIRE COUNCIL. SAY (BR)
HB678 RELATING TO CIVIL RIGHTS. SAY (BR)
HB679 RELATING TO CIVIL RIGHTS. SAY (BR)
HB680 RELATING TO THE LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS APPEALS BOARD. SAY (BR)
HB681 RELATING TO THE COMPENSATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD MEMBERS. SAY (BR)
HB682 RELATING TO CONTESTS OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH MATTERS. SAY (BR)
HB683 RELATING TO STATE PARKS PENALTIES. SAY (BR)
HB684 RELATING TO LEASING OF SMALL BOAT HARBORS. SAY (BR)
HB685 RELATING TO DISPOSITION OF VESSELS BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES. SAY (BR)
HB686 RELATING TO THE DISPOSITION OF ABANDONED OR SEIZED PROPERTY ON PUBLIC LANDS. SAY (BR)
HB687 RELATING TO PUBLIC NOTICE REQUIREMENTS FOR PUBLIC LAND DISPOSITIONS. SAY (BR)
HB688 RELATING TO THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF EXISTING USES UNDER THE WATER CODE. SAY (BR)
HB689 RELATING TO THE FOREST STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM. SAY (BR)
HB690 RELATING TO PENALTIES FOR NATURAL RESOURCES. SAY (BR)
HB691 RELATING TO PENALTIES FOR THE STATEWIDE TRAIL AND ACCESS PROGRAM. SAY (BR)
HB692 RELATING TO SECTION 13 OF ACT 380, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1997. SAY (BR)
HB693 RELATING TO THE BUREAU OF CONVEYANCES. SAY (BR)
HB694 RELATING TO STATE PARKS. SAY (BR)
HB695 RELATING TO DISPLACED LESSEES. SAY (BR)
HB696 RELATING TO REPORTS. SAY (BR)
HB697 RELATING TO THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION INDUSTRIES ACT. SAY (BR)
HB698 RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT. SAY (BR)
HB699 RELATING TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE TESTING. SAY (BR)
HB700 RELATING TO THE SALE OF POISONS. SAY (BR)
HB701 RELATING TO PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION. SAY (BR)
HB702 RELATING TO CORRECTIONAL HEALTH CARE. SAY (BR)
HB703 RELATING TO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES. SAY (BR)
HB704 RELATING TO DANGEROUS DRUGS. SAY (BR)
HB705 RELATING TO THE CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION SPECIAL FUND. SAY (BR)
HB706 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY. SAY (BR)
HB707 RELATING TO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES. SAY (BR)
HB708 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY SAY (BR)
HB709 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COMPENSATION OF CRIME VICTIMS. SAY (BR)
HB710 RELATING TO PAROLE. SAY (BR)
HB711 RELATING TO THE CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION COMMISSION. SAY (BR)
HB712 RELATING TO SECURITY AT VARIOUS STATE HOSPITALS. SAY (BR)
HB713 RELATING TO SENTENCING FOR DRUGS AND INTOXICATING COMPOUNDS OFFENSES. SAY (BR)
HB714 RELATING TO CONFORMITY OF THE HAWAII INCOME TAX LAW TO THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE. SAY (BR)
HB715 RELATING TO THE INTEGRATED TAX INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ACQUISITION BY THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION. SAY (BR)
HB716 RELATING TO STANDARD DEDUCTION FOR INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX. SAY (BR)
HB717 RELATING TO PAYMENT OF TAXES BY ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER. SAY (BR)
HB718 RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX ON NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. SAY (BR)
HB719 RELATING TO HIGH TECHNOLOGY. SAY (BR)
HB720 RELATING TO TAXPAYER COMMUNICATION CONFIDENTIALITY PRIVILEGES. SAY (BR)
HB721 RELATING TO THE INCOME TAX. SAY (BR)
HB722 RELATING TO HIGH TECHNOLOGY. SAY (BR)
HB723 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY TAX. SAY (BR)
HB724 RELATING TO CONCESSIONS ON PUBLIC PROPERTY. SAY (BR)
HB725 RELATING TO STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION PLANNING. SAY (BR)
HB726 RELATING TO HIGHWAYS. SAY (BR)
HB727 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. SAY (BR)
HB728 RELATING TO INCREASING DEVELOPMENT FLEXIBILITY OF PUBLIC LANDS. SAY (BR)
HB729 RELATING TO AIRPORT OPERATIONS. SAY (BR)
HB730 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. SAY (BR)
HB731 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. SAY (BR)
HB732 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. SAY (BR)
HB733 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. SAY (BR)
HB734 RELATING TO CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AND PROVIDING APPROPRIATIONS THEREFOR. SAY (BR)
HB735 RELATING TO THE RESEARCH CORPORATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. SAY (BR)
HB736 RELATING TO COUNTIES. KANOHO, KAWAKAMI, MORITA
HB737 RELATING TO COUNTIES. MORITA, KANOHO, Souki, Kawakami
HB738 RELATING TO CONSUMER COOPERATIVES. MORITA, LEE, THIELEN, B. OSHIRO, TAKAI, Saiki, Chang, Takumi, Kanoho, Luke, Schatz
HB739 RELATING TO ELECTRICAL COOPERATIVES. MORITA, KANOHO
HB740 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES. MORITA, SCHATZ, JAFFE, B. OSHIRO, HALE, BUKOSKI, KANOHO, THIELEN
HB741 RELATING TO CIVIL LIABILITY. MORITA, THIELEN, TAKUMI, LEE, HALE, M. OSHIRO, TAKAI, B. OSHIRO, SCHATZ, Arakaki
HB742 RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY. MORITA, SCHATZ, B. OSHIRO, HALE, BUKOSKI, KANOHO, THIELEN, Jaffe
HB743 RELATING TO CONSERVATION DISTRICT. MORITA, SCHATZ, JAFFE, B. OSHIRO, BUKOSKI, KANOHO
HB744 RELATING TO COUNTIES. MORITA, WHALEN, KANOHO, HALE, CHANG, M. OSHIRO, Hamakawa, Souki
HB745 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. MORITA, B. OSHIRO, Ahu Isa, Gomes, Whalen, Kanoho, Jaffe, Chang, Hiraki
HB746 RELATING TO PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY TAX. MORITA, DAVIS, HALE, BUKOSKI, KANOHO, CHANG, HAMAKAWA, GOMES, Djou, Kawakami
HB747 RELATING TO TAXATION. MORITA, KANOHO, Souki, Kawakami
HB748 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. YOSHINAGA
HB749 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. YOSHINAGA
HB750 RELATING TO LABOR LAWS. YOSHINAGA
HB751 RELATING TO EMPLOYEE BENEFITS. YOSHINAGA
HB752 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. YOSHINAGA
HB753 RELATING TO TAXATION. HIRAKI
HB754 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE. HIRAKI, TAKUMI, TAKAI
HB755 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEE BENEFITS. HIRAKI, TAKUMI, TAKAI
HB756 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. HIRAKI, TAKAI, TAKUMI
HB757 RELATING TO HURRICANE SHELTERS. LEE, TAKAI, MORITA, ITO, Ontai, Espero, Magaoay
HB758 RELATING TO A CENTER FOR NURSING. LEE, MORITA, TAKAI, Garcia, Kahikina, Hiraki
HB759 RELATING TO THE STATEWIDE TRAFFIC CODE. CABREROS, ABINSAY, LEE, ESPERO, M. OSHIRO, KANOHO, MORITA, AHU ISA, JAFFE, ARAKAKI, FOX, MCDERMOTT, THIELEN, Kahikina, Halford, Auwae, Case, Souki, Chang, Yonamine, Takumi
HB760 RELATING TO FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. GARCIA, LEE, B. OSHIRO, LUKE, Saiki, M. Oshiro, Hiraki, Chang
HB761 RELATING TO UNACCREDITED DEGREE GRANTING INSTITUTIONS. GARCIA, KANOHO, Takumi, Schatz, Hale, Hiraki
HB762 RELATING TO ENTERPRISE ZONES. GARCIA, KANOHO, Takumi, B. Oshiro, Hale, Hiraki, Chang
HB763 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY. GARCIA
HB764 RELATING TO CIVIL DEFENSE. GARCIA
HB765 RELATING TO THE FINANCING OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 50TH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. PENDLETON
HB766 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. PENDLETON, MCDERMOTT
HB767 RELATING TO COMPUTER OFFENSES. HAMAKAWA
HB768 RELATING TO ASSAULT. HAMAKAWA
HB769 RELATING TO PROBATION. HAMAKAWA, THIELEN
HB770 RELATING TO ABUSE OF FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS. HAMAKAWA, THIELEN
HB771 RELATING TO CRIME. HAMAKAWA, THIELEN
HB772 RELATING TO AWARDING CUSTODY AND VISITATION. HAMAKAWA, THIELEN
HB773 RELATING TO DOMESTIC ABUSE PROTECTIVE ORDERS. HAMAKAWA, Thielen
HB774 RELATING TO COURTS. HAMAKAWA, THIELEN
HB775 RELATING TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. HAMAKAWA, THIELEN
HB776 RELATING TO PROTECTIVE ORDER. HAMAKAWA, THIELEN
HB777 RELATING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, M. OSHIRO, Yonamine
HB778 RELATING TO HEALTH. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI
HB779 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI
HB780 RELATING TO THE ELDERLY. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI
HB781 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM FOR UNSERVED STREET YOUTH. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, Kahikina, Fox, Auwae
HB782 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE FUTURE FLIGHT SPACE CAMP PROGRAM. ARAKAKI, MAGAOAY, Hamakawa, Rath
HB783 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL SUPPORT PROGRAM. ARAKAKI, ITO, MAGAOAY, KAHIKINA, Ahu Isa, Takumi, Auwae, Garcia
HB784 RELATING TO HEALTH CARE. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, KANOHO, AUWAE, MORITA
HB785 RELATING TO CHILDREN. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, FOX, Kahikina, Auwae
HB786 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR DONATED DENTAL SERVICES. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, Auwae
HB787 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF PARKING FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. ARAKAKI, YONAMINE, M. OSHIRO
HB788 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, Auwae, Kawakami, M. Oshiro
HB789 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ARAKAKI, ITO, KAHIKINA, Takumi, Takai, Auwae, Garcia
HB790 RELATING TO HEALTH CARE WORKER INJURY PREVENTION. ARAKAKI, Yonamine, M. Oshiro
HB791 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR PURCHASE OF A CAT SCAN MACHINE FOR LANAI COMMUNITY HOSPITAL. DAVIS, MCDERMOTT, LEONG, STONEBRAKER, Suzuki, Rath, Takai, Cabreros, Djou, Takamine, Auwae, Gomes, Kanoho, Whalen
HB792 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR TRAVEL EXPENSES FOR ATHLETIC TEAMS AT MOLOKAI HIGH SCHOOL AND LANAI HIGH SCHOOL. DAVIS, GOMES, MCDERMOTT, LEONG, STONEBRAKER, Suzuki, Rath, Takai, Cabreros, Kanoho, Auwae, Takamine, Whalen, Djou
HB793 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE PURCHASE AND REDEVELOPMENT OF THE MOLOKAI ELECTRIC POWER PLANT SITE. DAVIS, ABINSAY, GOMES, MCDERMOTT, STONEBRAKER, LEONG, Suzuki, M. Oshiro, Chang, Takumi, Cabreros, Ahu Isa, Takamine, Auwae, Kanoho, Whalen, Moses, Rath, Djou
HB794 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE MOLOKAI IRRIGATION SYSTEM. DAVIS, ABINSAY, LEONG, GOMES, MCDERMOTT, STONEBRAKER, Suzuki, M. Oshiro, Chang, Takai, Cabreros, Djou, Ahu Isa, Takamine, Kanoho, Auwae, Whalen, Moses
HB795 RELATING TO CONDOMINIUM AND COOPERATIVE HOUSING CORPORATION LEASE-TO-FEE CONVERSION. HAMAKAWA
HB796 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY TAX. HAMAKAWA
HB797 RELATING TO CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. HAMAKAWA
HB798 RELATING TO LIBRARIES. HAMAKAWA
HB799 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. PENDLETON, Rath, Davis, Gomes, McDermott
HB800 RELATING TO INCOME TAX. PENDLETON, MCDERMOTT, THIELEN, DJOU, GOMES, MEYER, MOSES, FOX, ONTAI, Auwae, Davis
HB801 RELATING TO HATE CRIMES. PENDLETON, MOSES, Auwae, Thielen, Davis, Ontai
HB802 RELATING TO INCOME TAX CREDITS. PENDLETON, AUWAE, BUKOSKI, MCDERMOTT, DJOU, GOMES, MEYER, MOSES, Davis, Whalen, Fox, Ontai
HB803 RELATING TO PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAX CREDIT. PENDLETON, STONEBRAKER, MCDERMOTT, MOSES, MEYER, Auwae, Bukoski, Jaffe, Thielen, Davis, Djou, Fox, Garcia
HB804 RELATING TO STATE EMPLOYEES. PENDLETON, FOX, STONEBRAKER, Auwae, McDermott, Davis, Djou, Meyer, Whalen, Moses, Gomes
HB805 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL INFRASTRUCTURE. BUKOSKI, MORITA, Meyer, Halford, Kahikina, Thielen, Kanoho, B. Oshiro, Ontai, Gomes, Hale, Davis, Schatz, Ito
HB806 RELATING TO SCHOOL PRINCIPALS. M. OSHIRO, ITO, SCHATZ, KAHIKINA, ARAKAKI, LUKE, Lee
HB807 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FORTIETH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. M. OSHIRO
HB808 RELATING TO TAXATION. M. OSHIRO
HB809 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A HOSPITAL-BASED DEMONSTRATION PROJECT. M. OSHIRO
HB810 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR OPERATING COSTS. M. OSHIRO
HB811 RELATING TO HEALTH PLANNING. M. OSHIRO
HB812 RELATING TO THE STATE HEALTH PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY. M. OSHIRO
HB813 RELATING TO ENTERPRISE ZONES. M. OSHIRO
HB814 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR HOSPITAL-BASED COMMUNITY HEALTH PROGRAMS. M. OSHIRO
HB815 RELATING TO GASOLINE DEALERS. M. OSHIRO, Arakaki, Kahikina
HB816 RELATING TO MEDICAL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. M. OSHIRO, KAHIKINA, Luke, Schatz
HB817 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM. M. OSHIRO, CASE, LUKE, SCHATZ, Lee, Arakaki, Kahikina
HB818 RELATING TO THE LIQUOR COMMISSION. M. OSHIRO, Arakaki, Luke, Kahikina
HB819 RELATING TO EDUCATION. M. OSHIRO, ITO, ARAKAKI, LUKE, Kahikina
HB820 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE X OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO REQUIRE THE GOVERNOR TO APPOINT THE BOARD OF EDUCATION WITH THE ADVICE AND CONSENT OF THE SENATE. M. OSHIRO, ITO, SCHATZ, LUKE, Lee, Kahikina, Arakaki
HB821 RELATING TO ADULT RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES. M. OSHIRO, LUKE, SCHATZ, KAHIKINA
HB822 RELATING TO PUBLIC PASSENGER VEHICLE REGULATION. M. OSHIRO, Kahikina
HB823 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN SPENDING REPORTS. M. OSHIRO
HB824 RELATING TO MOTORCYCLE OPERATOR EDUCATION. M. OSHIRO, Arakaki, Luke, Schatz, Kahikina
HB825 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. SUZUKI, SAIKI, ESPERO, MAGAOAY, CASE, CHANG, MORITA, SAY, M. OSHIRO, Nakasone, Kawakami
HB826 RELATING TO LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES. SUZUKI, MORITA, SAY, M. OSHIRO, Saiki, Nakasone, Hiraki, Kawakami, Yoshinaga
HB827 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES II, III, AND XVII, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO PROVIDE FOR INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM, AND THE RECALL OF PUBLIC OFFICERS. SUZUKI, KAHIKINA, SAY, M. OSHIRO, Ahu Isa
HB828 RELATING TO COURTS. HAMAKAWA
HB829 RELATING TO DRIVER LICENSING. SOUKI
HB830 RELATING TO DRIVER LICENSING. SOUKI
HB831 RELATING TO INTERISLAND VEHICLE TRANSFERS. SOUKI
HB832 RELATING TO CHECK CASHING. SOUKI
HB833 RELATING TO IDENTIFICATION. SOUKI
HB834 RELATING TO PARKING FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. SOUKI
HB835 RELATING TO A PILOT PARIMUTUEL WAGERING AND HORSE RACING PROGRAM. SOUKI (BR)
HB836 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. SOUKI
HB837 RELATING TO THE MILLENNIUM WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PROGRAM. SAIKI (BR)
HB838 RELATING TO FEES. SAIKI (BR)
HB839 RELATING TO THE WHISTLEBLOWERS' PROTECTION ACT. SAIKI (BR)
HB840 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, STONEBRAKER, Morita, Chang
HB841 RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH AND ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT INSURANCE BENEFITS. ARAKAKI, MORITA, Yonamine, Chang
HB842 RELATING TO MANDATORY OVERTIME FOR REGISTERED NURSES. ARAKAKI, MORITA, M. Oshiro, Stonebraker
HB843 RELATING TO AMBULANCE SERVICES IN UPCOUNTRY MAUI. BUKOSKI, RATH, STONEBRAKER, GOMES, SOUKI, Halford, Whalen, Ontai, Moses, Jaffe
HB844 RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION. TAKUMI
HB845 RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION. TAKUMI
HB846 RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION. TAKUMI
HB847 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. TAKUMI, TAKAI, Ito, Hamakawa, Kanoho, Souki, Ahu Isa, Garcia, Saiki, Arakaki, Kahikina, Abinsay, Chang
HB848 RELATING TO PUBLIC CONTRACTS. TAKUMI, Ito, Takai, B. Oshiro, Hamakawa, Kanoho, Souki, Ahu Isa, Garcia, Saiki, Arakaki, Kahikina, Chang
HB849 RELATING TO GENETIC INFORMATION AND GENETIC TESTING. TAKUMI, ITO, TAKAI, Hamakawa, Schatz, Kanoho, Souki, Ahu Isa, Garcia, Saiki, Arakaki, Kahikina, Abinsay, Chang
HB850 RELATING TO SICK LEAVE. TAKUMI, TAKAI, Ito, Hamakawa, Kanoho, Souki, Ahu Isa, Garcia, Saiki, Arakaki, Kahikina, Abinsay, Chang
HB851 RELATING TO MAIL IN BALLOT. TAKUMI, TAKAI, Ito, B. Oshiro, Hamakawa, Schatz, Kanoho, Souki, Garcia, Arakaki, Kahikina, Chang
HB852 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. TAKUMI
HB853 RELATING TO INSURANCE. TAKUMI
HB854 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. TAKUMI, Ito, Takai
HB855 RELATING TO INSURANCE. TAKUMI
HB856 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. TAKUMI
HB857 RELATING TO TECHNOLOGY. SCHATZ
HB858 RELATING TO OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS. SCHATZ
HB859 RELATING TO NATIVE HAWAIIAN HEALTH CARE. KAWAKAMI, KAHIKINA, KANOHO, AUWAE, BUKOSKI, MORITA, DAVIS, HAMAKAWA, AHU ISA, ONTAI, Gomes
HB860 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. KAWAKAMI, KANOHO, CHANG, ARAKAKI, MORITA, NAKASONE, TAKAI, Takamine, Hale, Hamakawa, Souki
HB861 RELATING TO THE OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE OF CERTAIN AGRICULTURE-RELATED INFRASTRUCTURE ON KAUAI. KAWAKAMI, KANOHO, MORITA, CABREROS, ABINSAY
HB862 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SOCIAL WORKER POSITIONS. KAWAKAMI, KANOHO, AHU ISA, TAKAI, NAKASONE, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, MORITA, Hale, Takamine, Chang, Hamakawa, Souki
HB863 RELATING TO A COMPREHENSIVE MASTER PLAN FOR KOKEE AND WAIMEA CANYON STATE PARKS. KAWAKAMI, KANOHO, MORITA
HB864 RELATING TO AQUARIUM. CHANG, MAGAOAY, TAKAI, ABINSAY, KAHIKINA, MORITA, STONEBRAKER, Ito, Schatz, Lee, Takamine, Hamakawa, Ahu Isa, Whalen, Hale
HB865 RELATING TO THE HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. CHANG, M. OSHIRO, KAHIKINA, MORITA, MCDERMOTT, B. OSHIRO, STONEBRAKER, WHALEN, JAFFE, Takamine, Hiraki, Hale, Hamakawa
HB866 RELATING TO CHECK CASHING. CHANG, TAKAI, ITO, ABINSAY, MORITA, M. Oshiro, Schatz, Hamakawa, Jaffe, Whalen, Takamine, Kahikina, Lee, B. Oshiro, Ahu Isa, Hale
HB867 RELATING TO THE TRAFFIC CODE. TAKAI, LEE, LUKE
HB868 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. TAKAI, ITO
HB869 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL LOANS. ABINSAY, CABREROS, Kawakami, Magaoay, Whalen, Gomes, Suzuki, Takumi, Chang, Ahu Isa
HB870 RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS. ABINSAY, KANOHO, CABREROS, GOMES, Davis, Kawakami, Magaoay, Halford, Takumi, Suzuki, Ahu Isa
HB871 RELATING TO THE ORGANIC AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY. ABINSAY, CABREROS, SUZUKI, HALFORD, Kawakami, Magaoay, Whalen, Gomes, Takumi, Chang, Case, Ahu Isa, Davis
HB872 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. ABINSAY
HB873 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. ABINSAY
HB874 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. ABINSAY
HB875 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. ABINSAY
HB876 RELATING TO MADE IN HAWAII/GROWN IN HAWAII PRODUCTS. ABINSAY
HB877 PROPOSING THE REPEAL OF ARTICLE XIII OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION ON COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. RATH, STONEBRAKER, Meyer, Kahikina, Davis
HB878 RELATING TO HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. RATH, MEYER, DJOU, STONEBRAKER, M. OSHIRO, JAFFE, Davis, Fox, Ahu Isa, Bukoski, Ontai
HB879 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. RATH, Meyer, Davis, Moses, Stonebraker, Davis, Fox, Ahu Isa, Ontai, Kahikina, Gomes, Jaffe
HB880 RELATING TO STATE AND COUNTY TORT LIABILITY. RATH, GOMES, Meyer, Davis, Fox, Ahu Isa, Halford, Chang, Arakaki, Thielen, Bukoski, Ontai, Jaffe
HB881 RELATING TO LIMITED LIABILITY FOR COUNTIES. RATH, GOMES, Bukoski, Schatz, Meyer, Davis, Fox, Ahu Isa, Halford, Chang, Arakaki, Lee, Ontai, Jaffe
HB882 RELATING TO PUBLICATION OF NOTICE. RATH, Meyer, Fox, Ahu Isa, Arakaki, Hiraki, Halford, Chang, Gomes, Bukoski, Ontai, Jaffe, Davis
HB883 RELATING TO GAMING. CHANG
HB884 RELATING TO RIGHTS OF VICTIMS AND WITNESSES. GOMES, DJOU, FOX, MOSES, THIELEN, ONTAI, MCDERMOTT, Auwae, Meyer, Davis, Stonebraker, Whalen, Morita, Ahu Isa
HB885 RELATING TO PREVAILING WAGES. GOMES, DJOU, BUKOSKI, MCDERMOTT, STONEBRAKER, JAFFE, Davis, Ontai, Meyer, Whalen
HB886 RELATING TO LEGAL PRESUMPTIONS IN WORKERS' COMPENSATION CASES. GOMES, DJOU, MCDERMOTT, Meyer, Davis, Fox, Moses, Espero, Whalen
HB887 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. GOMES, Djou, Meyer, Davis, Fox, McDermott, Garcia, Stonebraker
HB888 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE IMMERSION PROGRAM. GOMES, DJOU, BUKOSKI, ONTAI, STONEBRAKER, Auwae, Meyer, B. Oshiro, Davis, Fox, Moses, Kanoho, Morita, Whalen, Jaffe, Ahu Isa
HB889 RELATING TO RIGHTS OF VICTIMS AND WITNESSES IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS. GOMES, DJOU, MOSES, THIELEN, ONTAI, MCDERMOTT, Auwae, Meyer, Davis, Fox, Morita, Stonebraker, Whalen, Jaffe, Ahu Isa
HB890 RELATING TO RESPONSIBILITY AND FUNDING FOR THE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF HIGHWAYS AND PARKS WITHIN THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU. MEYER, MOSES, FOX, Auwae, McDermott, Djou, Stonebraker, Ontai, Morita
HB891 RELATING TO SPEEDING. MEYER, MOSES, MCDERMOTT, ONTAI, MORITA, Auwae, Hamakawa
HB892 RELATING TO THE REDUCTION OF THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. MEYER, AUWAE, MOSES, MCDERMOTT, FOX, STONEBRAKER, DJOU, ONTAI
HB893 RELATING TO THE DETERMINATION OF MINIMUM TERMS OF IMPRISONMENT BY THE HAWAII PAROLING AUTHORITY. MEYER, AUWAE, MCDERMOTT, FOX, DJOU, STONEBRAKER, ONTAI, MOSES
HB894 RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX CREDITS. MEYER, Auwae, Moses, McDermott, Djou, Stonebraker, Ontai, Morita
HB895 RELATING TO CONSENT. MEYER, KAHIKINA, AUWAE, MOSES, MCDERMOTT, STONEBRAKER, ONTAI
HB896 RELATING TO THE REVISED UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE ARTICLE 9 – SECURED TRANSACTIONS. HIRAKI
HB897 RELATING TO CONTRACTORS. RATH, THIELEN, HALE, DJOU, GOMES, Meyer, Kanoho, Schatz, Ahu Isa, Jaffe, Kahikina, Souki, Davis, Ontai, Bukoski
HB898 RELATING TO TORT REFORM. RATH, Djou, Davis, Fox, Ahu Isa, Jaffe, Arakaki, Kanoho, Hale, Kahikina, Souki, Bukoski
HB899 RELATING TO FIREARMS. RATH, Bukoski, Garcia, Luke, Lee, Yonamine, Fox, Ahu Isa, Takumi, Thielen, Davis, Schatz, Jaffe, Souki, Arakaki, Kanoho, Hale, Gomes, Davis
HB900 RELATING TO SALARY PERIODS FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. RATH, Gomes, Jaffe
HB901 RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX. RATH, DJOU, GOMES, Meyer, Garcia, Kanoho, Souki, Davis, Fox, Jaffe, Ontai, Halford, Arakaki, Hale, Hiraki, Ahu Isa, Bukoski
HB902 RELATING TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE TESTING. RATH, DJOU, STONEBRAKER, Meyer, Yonamine, Kahikina, Souki, Davis, Fox, Ahu Isa, Ontai, Gomes
HB903 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM. RATH, Luke, M. Oshiro, Ahu Isa, Hale, Kahikina
HB904 RELATING TO THE CERTIFICATE OF NEED PROCESS. RATH, Stonebraker, Yonamine, Kahikina, Davis, Fox, Halford, Souki, Bukoski, Jaffe
HB905 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 4, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH LEGISLATIVE TERM LIMITS FOR MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. RATH, HALE, ONTAI, DJOU, Yonamine, Davis, Fox
HB906 RELATING TO THE RIGHT-TO-WORK IN PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. RATH, MEYER, DJOU, STONEBRAKER, Kahikina, Davis, Jaffe
HB907 RELATING TO CONFLICTS OF INTERESTS. RATH, THIELEN, Meyer, Garcia, Lee, Chang, Kanoho, Hale, Djou, Yonamine, Davis, Fox, Ahu Isa, Ontai, Gomes, Jaffe
HB908 RELATING TO SMALL BOAT HARBORS. RATH, STONEBRAKER, Garcia, Takumi, Arakaki, Chang, Kanoho, Djou, Yonamine, M. Oshiro, Kahikina, Schatz, Davis, Fox, Ahu Isa, Halford, Ontai, Jaffe, Gomes, Bukoski
HB909 RELATING TO CHILD CARE TAX CREDIT. LUKE, B. OSHIRO, ESPERO, TAKAI, MAGAOAY, GARCIA, SCHATZ, Nakasone, Saiki, M. Oshiro, Hamakawa, Chang, Lee, Rath, Kanoho, Davis, Souki
HB910 RELATING TO ESTABLISHING LOW-COST PRESCRIPTION DRUG PRICES FOR ELDERS. LUKE, B. OSHIRO, LEE, GARCIA, SAIKI, ESPERO, M. OSHIRO, TAKAI, KANOHO, MAGAOAY, SCHATZ, Nakasone, Souki, Chang, Davis, Takamine, Hamakawa
HB911 RELATING TO ESTABLISHING LOW-COST PRESCRIPTION DRUG PRICES. LUKE, SCHATZ, B. OSHIRO, SAIKI, ESPERO, M. OSHIRO, KANOHO, TAKAI, LEE, MAGAOAY, GARCIA, Nakasone, Hamakawa, Chang, Takamine, Davis, Souki
HB912 RELATING TO SUBSIDIES. LUKE, SCHATZ, TAKAI, KANOHO, B. OSHIRO, Nakasone, Saiki, Souki, Espero, M. Oshiro, Hamakawa, Lee, Chang, Magaoay, Takamine, Davis, Garcia
HB913 RELATING TO STATE GOVERNMENT. LUKE, KANOHO, MAGAOAY, RATH, GARCIA, Nakasone, Saiki, Souki, Espero, M. Oshiro, Hamakawa, Lee, Chang, Takamine, Schatz
HB914 RELATING TO TELEPHONE SOLICITATIONS. LUKE, KANOHO, TAKAI, MAGAOAY, Hamakawa, Lee, B. Oshiro, Saiki, Souki, Espero, M. Oshiro, Chang, Rath, Takamine, Davis, Garcia, Nakasone
HB915 RELATING TO OFFICE OF YOUTH SERVICES. KAHIKINA, Auwae, Yonamine, Arakaki, Kawakami
HB916 RELATING TO OFFICE OF YOUTH SERVICES. KAHIKINA, ARAKAKI, Auwae, Yonamine, Kawakami
HB917 RELATING TO CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKERS. KAHIKINA, KAWAKAMI, Arakaki, Bukoski, Lee, McDermott, Thielen, Takumi, Luke, Ontai, Meyer
HB918 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS. KAHIKINA, KAWAKAMI, AHU ISA, AUWAE, MORITA, KANOHO, BUKOSKI, TAKUMI, ONTAI, THIELEN, Fox
HB919 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FUNDS. SAIKI
HB920 RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX. PENDLETON, MEYER, MCDERMOTT, AUWAE, FOX, ONTAI, HALE, MOSES, STONEBRAKER, JAFFE, GOMES, RATH, Souki, Bukoski, Whalen, Kahikina, Davis, Djou
HB921 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE VIII OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION TO REQUIRE THE APPROVAL OF TWO-THIRDS OF THE LEGISLATURE TO LEVY OR INCREASE TAXES OR TO REPEAL A TAX EXEMPTION OR CREDIT. PENDLETON, MEYER, MCDERMOTT, THIELEN, STONEBRAKER, GOMES, ONTAI, RATH, MOSES, DJOU, Auwae, Whalen, Bukoski, Davis
HB922 RELATING TO PERIODIC VEHICLE INSPECTION. PENDLETON, MEYER, FOX, DJOU, STONEBRAKER, GOMES, ONTAI, MCDERMOTT, Auwae, Kanoho, Moses, Souki, Kahikina, M. Oshiro, Whalen, Chang, Lee, Bukoski, Davis
HB923 RELATING TO MOTORCYCLES. PENDLETON, MOSES, Jaffe, Fox, Kanoho, Lee, Ontai, Hale, Davis, Gomes, Kahikina
HB924 RELATING TO PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY. HIRAKI, CHANG
HB925 RELATING TO LOANS. KAWAKAMI, MORITA, KANOHO
HB926 RELATING TO CIVIL IDENTIFICATION. KAWAKAMI, B. OSHIRO, Hamakawa, Takamine, Hiraki
HB927 RELATING TO INCOME TAX SIMPLIFICATION. DJOU, MEYER, THIELEN, RATH, Whalen
HB928 RELATING TO THE UNIFORM PROBATE CODE. DJOU, MORITA, RATH, THIELEN, Ahu Isa, Auwae, Davis, Fox, Meyer, M. Oshiro, Lee, Schatz, Ontai, B. Oshiro, Whalen, Hiraki, Espero, Pendleton, Takamine
HB929 RELATING TO PRACTICE OF BARBERING AND BEAUTY CULTURE. DJOU, FOX, MEYER, RATH, ESPERO, Morita, Ahu Isa, Cabreros, Davis, M. Oshiro, Lee, Thielen, B. Oshiro, Schatz, Hiraki, Pendleton, Takamine, Suzuki, Ontai
HB930 RELATING TO MARRIAGE LICENSES. DJOU, TAKAI, GARCIA, ESPERO, THIELEN, GOMES, ARAKAKI, HALE, Ito, Kawakami, Lee, B. Oshiro, Stonebraker, Whalen, Ontai, Meyer
HB931 RELATING TO HIGHWAYS. DJOU, THIELEN, MCDERMOTT, FOX, RATH, Schatz, Ontai, Ahu Isa, Meyer, Auwae, Whalen, Davis, Espero, Morita
HB932 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII REGARDING SENATE DISTRICTS, THE NUMBER OF SENATORS, AND THE BREAKING OF TIE VOTES IN THE SENATE. DJOU, Auwae, Davis, McDermott, Meyer
HB933 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE V OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION TO PROVIDE FOR THE ELECTION OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. DJOU, MCDERMOTT, MEYER, JAFFE, THIELEN, RATH, Auwae, M. Oshiro, Whalen
HB934 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE VII, SECTION 11 OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION RELATING TO LAPSING OF APPROPRIATIONS. DJOU, Thielen, Meyer, Auwae, Rath
HB935 RELATING TO RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. MORITA, KAWAKAMI, Kanoho
HB936 RELATING TO SUBMINIMUM WAGES FOR TIPPED EMPLOYEES. MORITA, TAKUMI, AHU ISA, HALE, Luke
HB937 RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS. MAGAOAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, TAKAI, SCHATZ, B. Oshiro, Nakasone, Souki, Espero, Hamakawa, Chang, Lee, Rath, Takamine, Davis, Garcia
HB938 RELATING TO TAXATION. MAGAOAY, KANOHO, B. OSHIRO, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, CHANG, SCHATZ, GARCIA, Hamakawa, Nakasone, Souki, Espero, Lee, Takai, Takamine, Davis
HB939 RELATING TO PAROLE. ARAKAKI, ABINSAY, Morita, Takai, Takumi
HB940 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, LEE, ABINSAY
HB941 RELATING TO CHILDREN. ARAKAKI, STONEBRAKER, MORITA, ABINSAY
HB942 RELATING TO THE CHILDREN'S HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM. ARAKAKI, MORITA, ABINSAY, MCDERMOTT, Stonebraker
HB943 RELATING TO READING ACCOUNTABILITY. ARAKAKI, ABINSAY, MCDERMOTT, Ahu Isa
HB944 RELATING TO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, LEE, B. OSHIRO, ABINSAY, MCDERMOTT, Yonamine, Kawakami, Fox, Ahu Isa
HB945 RELATING TO SOCIAL WORK. ARAKAKI
HB946 RELATING TO EDUCATION. YONAMINE, TAKAI, Takumi, B. Oshiro
HB947 RELATING TO EDUCATION. YONAMINE, TAKAI, Ito, Takumi, B. Oshiro
HB948 RELATING TO SMALL BUSINESS. AHU ISA, MAGAOAY
HB949 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR LANAKILA MULTI-PURPOSE SENIOR CENTER. AHU ISA, CABREROS, HIRAKI, LUKE, ARAKAKI, Abinsay
HB950 RELATING TO CAPITAL GOODS EXCISE TAX CREDIT. AHU ISA, Magaoay
HB951 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. THIELEN, FOX, PENDLETON, JAFFE, Halford, Davis, Rath, Gomes
HB952 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES. RATH, MCDERMOTT, Moses, Thielen, Gomes, Davis, Ontai, Djou
HB953 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. SAY, MORITA, B. OSHIRO, HALE, SUZUKI, KANOHO, TAKAI, KAHIKINA, LEE, M. OSHIRO, CABREROS, MAGAOAY, CASE, SCHATZ, LUKE, Chang, Hamakawa, Takumi, Arakaki, Garcia, Kawakami, Ito, Ahu Isa, Souki, Hiraki, Saiki
HB954 RELATING TO REGULATORY PROCESSES. MORITA, THIELEN, TAKUMI, B. OSHIRO, SCHATZ, Jaffe, Ito, Bukoski, Kanoho
HB955 RELATING TO REGULATORY PROCESSES. MORITA, THIELEN, TAKUMI, SCHATZ, B. OSHIRO, Bukoski, Kanoho, Ito
HB956 RELATING TO MASTER TEACHERS. ITO, TAKAI, ABINSAY, GARCIA, HALE, BUKOSKI, SCHATZ
HB957 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES. ITO, MAGAOAY, ARAKAKI, Kahikina
HB958 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO
HB959 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. ITO
HB960 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO
HB961 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO
HB962 RELATING TO A SENTENCING SIMULATION MODEL. GARCIA, SCHATZ, RATH, ESPERO, MAGAOAY, MOSES, Saiki, Souki, Lee, Nakasone
HB963 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PAROLING AUTHORITY. GARCIA, SCHATZ, RATH, ESPERO, MAGAOAY, MOSES, LEE, Saiki, Souki
HB964 RELATING TO CORRECTIONAL HEALTH CARE. GARCIA, SCHATZ, RATH, ESPERO, MAGAOAY, MOSES, LEE, Djou, Saiki, Souki, Nakasone
HB965 RELATING TO CHECK CASHING. GARCIA, Luke, Meyer, Ahu Isa, Hiraki
HB966 RELATING TO DRUG OFFENSES. GARCIA (BR)
HB967 RELATING TO CONTINUOUS SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A MINOR UNDER THE AGE OF FOURTEEN YEARS. SAY (BR)
HB968 RELATING TO FIREARMS. SAY (BR)
HB969 RELATING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. SAY (BR)
HB970 RELATING TO DRUG PARAPHERNALIA. SAY (BR)
HB971 RELATING TO PROMOTING A DETRIMENTAL DRUG. SAY (BR)
HB972 RELATING TO THEFT. SAY (BR)
HB973 RELATING TO RECKLESS ENDANGERING. SAY (BR)
HB974 RELATING TO OFFENSES AGAINST THE PERSON. SAY (BR)
HB975 RELATING TO OFFENSES AGAINST PROPERTY RIGHTS. SAY (BR)
HB976 RELATING TO GAMBLING. SAY (BR)
HB977 RELATING TO SENTENCING. SAY (BR)
HB978 RELATING TO THE PENAL CODE. SAY (BR)
HB979 RELATING TO BURGLARY. SAY (BR)
HB980 RELATING TO DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE. SAY (BR)
HB981 RELATING TO SENTENCING. SAY (BR)
HB982 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. SAY (BR)
HB983 RELATING TO TRAFFIC OFFENSES. SAY (BR)
HB984 RELATING TO SENTENCING. SAY (BR)
HB985 RELATING TO DEADLY WEAPONS. SAY (BR)
HB986 RELATING TO IDENTIFICATION DOCUMENTS. SAY (BR)
HB987 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SPECIAL PROSECUTION UNITS AND VICTIM WITNESS PROGRAMS FOR THE COUNTIES. SAY (BR)
HB988 RELATING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. SAY (BR)
HB989 RELATING TO RESISTING ARREST. SAY (BR)
HB990 RELATING TO OBSTRUCTING GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS. SAY (BR)
HB991 RELATING TO RIOT. SAY (BR)
HB992 RELATING TO DRUGS. SAY (BR)
HB993 RELATING TO PROMOTING CHILD ABUSE. SAY (BR)
HB994 RELATING TO HARASSMENT. SAY (BR)
HB995 RELATING TO DEPENDENT ADULTS. SAY (BR)
HB996 RELATING TO DRUG DEMAND REDUCTION ASSESSMENTS. SAY (BR)
HB997 RELATING TO FINANCING AGREEMENTS. SAY (BR)
HB998 RELATING TO LAND COURT. SAY (BR)
HB999 RELATING TO USE OF INTOXICANTS. SAY (BR)
HB1000 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY. SAY (BR)
HB1001 RELATING TO GARNISHMENT. SAY (BR)
HB1002 RELATING TO THE CHILDREN?S ADVOCACY PROGRAM. SAY (BR)
HB1003 RELATING TO THE PENAL CODE. SAY (BR)
HB1004 RELATING TO ORIGINAL JURISDICTION OF THE HAWAII SUPREME COURT. SAY (BR)
HB1005 RELATING TO JURORS. SAY (BR)
HB1006 RELATING TO JUROR EXEMPTIONS. SAY (BR)
HB1007 RELATING TO THE INTERMEDIATE APPELLATE COURT. SAY (BR)
HB1008 RELATING TO ELECTIONS BY MAIL. SAY (BR)
HB1009 RELATING TO THE RETURN AND RECEIPT OF SPECIAL CASE ABSENTEE BALLOTS. SAY (BR)
HB1010 RELATING TO THE PRIMARY ELECTION DATE. SAY (BR)
HB1011 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. SAY (BR)
HB1012 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 6, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO CHANGE THE ELIGIBILITY TO SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE SENATE OR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. SAY (BR)
HB1013 RELATING TO VOTER REGISTRATION. SAY (BR)
HB1014 RELATING TO ELECTION RECOUNTS. SAY (BR)
HB1015 RELATING TO THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. SAY (BR)
HB1016 RELATING TO THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. SAY (BR)
HB1017 RELATING TO LIMITED LIABILITY FOR COUNTIES. SAY (BR)
HB1018 RELATING TO STATE AND COUNTY TORT LIABILITY. SAY (BR)
HB1019 RELATING TO PUBLICATION OF NOTICE. SAY (BR)
HB1020 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE COUNTY OF KAUAI. SAY (BR)
HB1021 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE ANTONE VIDINHA STADIUM COMPLEX, WAIMEA HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT SWIMMING POOL, AND KOKEE ROAD SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS AND EMERGENCY ESCAPE RAMPS. SAY (BR)
HB1022 RELATING TO STATE AND COUNTY TORT LIABILITY. SAY (BR)
HB1023 RELATING TO PUBLICATION OF NOTICE. SAY (BR)
HB1024 RELATING TO LIMITED LIABILITY FOR COUNTIES. SAY (BR)
HB1025 RELATING TO PLANT AND NON-DOMESTIC ANIMAL QUARANTINE. HALE, SCHATZ, Cabreros, Ahu Isa, Takumi, Chang, Bukoski, Garcia, Davis, Souki, Magaoay
HB1026 RELATING TO KIKALA-KEOKEA. HALE, CHANG, MCDERMOTT, Whalen, Auwae, Yonamine, Arakaki, Takai, Rath, Kawakami, Takamine, Stonebraker, Kahikina, Magaoay, Hamakawa
HB1027 RELATING TO EDUCATION. HALE, TAKAI, ITO, Schatz, Garcia, Arakaki, Takumi, Abinsay, Kahikina, Magaoay
HB1028 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A MODEL UNITED NATIONS PROGRAM FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. HALE, ITO, Takumi, Arakaki, Schatz, Takai, Abinsay, Garcia, Kahikina, Magaoay
HB1029 RELATING TO CIVIL LIABILITY. DJOU, CASE, Garcia, Marumoto
HB1030 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. DJOU, Halford, Stonebraker, Souki, Kanoho, Morita, Ahu Isa, Gomes, B. Oshiro, Hale, Auwae, Davis
HB1031 RELATING TO TUITION WAIVERS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. DJOU, HALFORD, STONEBRAKER, ONTAI, Souki, Kanoho, Morita, Ahu Isa, Gomes, B. Oshiro, Davis, Hiraki
HB1032 RELATING TO WAGES AND HOURS ON PUBLIC WORKS. DJOU, RATH, Meyer, Davis, Ontai, Marumoto, Gomes
HB1033 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE THIRTY-EIGHTH AND THIRTY-NINTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICTS. LEE, ONTAI
HB1034 RELATING TO NURSING. LEE, KAHIKINA, LUKE, TAKAI, ARAKAKI, Ontai
HB1035 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR CONSERVATION AND RESOURCES ENFORCEMENT. KANOHO, HALE
HB1036 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, SCHATZ, Hale, Abinsay, Garcia
HB1037 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, Takumi, Schatz, Hale, Abinsay, Garcia
HB1038 RELATING TO STATE FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION. ITO, TAKAI, ABINSAY, Schatz, Hale, Garcia
HB1039 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FORTY-EIGHTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. ITO
HB1040 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO
HB1041 RELATING TO TEACHER COMPENSATION. ITO, TAKAI, SCHATZ, ABINSAY
HB1042 RELATING TO HEALTH. ITO, TAKAI, GARCIA, Hale, Abinsay
HB1043 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. ITO, TAKAI, Schatz, Abinsay, Hale
HB1044 RELATING TO THE SALARY STRUCTURE OF EDUCATIONAL OFFICERS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, SCHATZ, Takumi, Hale, Abinsay, Garcia
HB1045 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, Abinsay, Schatz, Hale, Garcia
HB1046 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, Takumi, Schatz, Hale, Abinsay, Garcia
HB1047 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, Takumi, Schatz, Hale, Abinsay, Garcia
HB1048 RELATING TO THE STATE LIBRARIAN. ITO, TAKAI, Takumi, Hale, Abinsay, Garcia
HB1049 RELATING TO REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS. ITO, TAKAI, SCHATZ, Takumi, Hale, Abinsay, Garcia
HB1050 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR REGISTRAR POSITIONS AND NECESSARY CONSULTANT SERVICES AND GOODS. ITO, TAKAI, Takumi, Schatz, Hale, Abinsay, Garcia
HB1051 RELATING TO ADULT RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES. ARAKAKI, SCHATZ, FOX, Lee, Abinsay, Cabreros
HB1052 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE TWENTY-EIGHTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. ARAKAKI, Takumi, Schatz, Lee, Abinsay, Cabreros
HB1053 RELATING TO CHILD PROTECTION. ARAKAKI, Takumi, Schatz, Yonamine, Lee, Abinsay, Fox, Cabreros
HB1054 RELATING TO CHILDREN. ARAKAKI, ABINSAY, Takumi, Schatz, Lee, Fox, Cabreros
HB1055 RELATING TO EDUCATION. RATH, Fox, Ahu Isa
HB1056 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. SAY, SUZUKI, M. OSHIRO, KANOHO, LUKE, Yoshinaga, Nakasone, Saiki, Hale, Takai, Abinsay, Magaoay, Hamakawa, Yonamine, Lee
HB1057 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. SUZUKI, SAY, ESPERO, HALE, LEE, M. OSHIRO, HAMAKAWA, B. OSHIRO, NAKASONE, KAWAKAMI, MORITA, CHANG, HIRAKI, TAKAMINE, CASE, AHU ISA, MAGAOAY, SAIKI, KANOHO, KAHIKINA, ARAKAKI, TAKUMI, ITO, YOSHINAGA, LUKE, SCHATZ, Souki, Takai, Abinsay, Yonamine
HB1058 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. SUZUKI, SAY, M. OSHIRO, KANOHO, Yoshinaga, Nakasone, Cabreros, B. Oshiro, Hamakawa, Yonamine, Espero, Hale, Abinsay, Luke, Magaoay, Lee
HB1059 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. SUZUKI, SAY, M. OSHIRO, ESPERO, KANOHO, LUKE, Leong, Yoshinaga, Nakasone, Cabreros, Kawakami, Hamakawa, Souki, Hale, Takai, Abinsay, Magaoay, Yonamine, Lee
HB1060 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. SUZUKI, YOSHINAGA, SCHATZ, Hamakawa, Yonamine, Saiki, Takai, Say
HB1061 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. SUZUKI, M. OSHIRO, YOSHINAGA, LUKE, ESPERO, KANOHO, TAKAI, Ahu Isa, Cabreros, Schatz, Saiki, Kawakami, Abinsay, Hamakawa, Yonamine, Hale, B. Oshiro, Magaoay, Lee
HB1062 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. SUZUKI, KANOHO, YOSHINAGA, Luke, Magaoay, Hamakawa, Yonamine
HB1063 RELATING TO GAMING. NAKASONE
HB1064 RELATING TO THE KAHULUI ARMORY. NAKASONE (BR)
HB1065 RELATING TO LIQUOR. NAKASONE
HB1066 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. NAKASONE
HB1067 RELATING TO LIQUOR TAX LAW. NAKASONE (BR)
HB1068 RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX. NAKASONE
HB1069 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE. NAKASONE
HB1070 RELATING TO COUNTY TAXES. NAKASONE
HB1071 RELATING TO INCOME TAX. NAKASONE
HB1072 RELATING TO THE MAUI REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION. NAKASONE
HB1073 RELATING TO RESTRAINT OF TRADE. NAKASONE (BR)
HB1074 RELATING TO DROUGHT MITIGATING FACILITIES. NAKASONE
HB1075 RELATING TO TATTOO ARTISTS. TAKAI, ITO, TAKUMI
HB1076 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY. TAKAI, GARCIA, LEE, TAKUMI, CASE, SUZUKI, Gomes
HB1077 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. SAIKI (BR)
HB1078 RELATING TO JOINT LIABILITY. SAIKI (BR)
HB1079 RELATING TO THE EXPEDITED SENTENCING PROGRAM. MARUMOTO
HB1080 RELATING TO FIREWORKS. MARUMOTO
HB1081 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. TAKAMINE
HB1082 RELATING TO HEALTH CARE. TAKAMINE
HB1083 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. TAKAMINE
HB1084 RELATING TO WATER. TAKAMINE
HB1085 RELATING TO TAXATION. TAKAMINE
HB1086 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR PARENT-COMMUNITY NETWORKING CENTERS. KAWAKAMI, YONAMINE, TAKUMI, SAIKI, MAGAOAY, Ahu Isa, Takamine
HB1087 RELATING TO PENSIONERS' BONUS. KAWAKAMI, KANOHO, Takamine, Souki, Arakaki, Suzuki, Nakasone
HB1088 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. ABINSAY, CABREROS, GOMES, LEE, THIELEN, MCDERMOTT, KANOHO, Ahu Isa, Morita, Halford, B. Oshiro, Hale, Whalen, Garcia, Espero, Djou, Marumoto, Luke, Suzuki, Leong, Davis, Schatz, Saiki, Souki, Takumi
HB1089 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. ABINSAY, CABREROS, Suzuki, Ahu Isa, Gomes, Chang, Halford, Davis, Whalen, Takumi, Hale, Magaoay
HB1090 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PERTAINING TO AGRICULTURE. ABINSAY, CABREROS, MORITA, GOMES, CHANG, DAVIS, MAGAOAY, Souki, Kanoho, Suzuki, Ahu Isa, Halford, Whalen, Takumi, Hale, Kawakami
HB1091 RELATING TO AQUACULTURE. ABINSAY, CABREROS, KANOHO, GOMES, HALE, MAGAOAY, Suzuki, Case, Ahu Isa, Kawakami, Whalen, Takumi, Halford, Davis, Chang
HB1092 RELATING TO CONFLICTS OF INTERESTS. SAY (BR)
HB1093 RELATING TO THE USE OF WASHINGTON PLACE FOR CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES. SAY (BR)
HB1094 RELATING TO GOVERNMENTAL EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION MEETINGS HELD DURING STATE WORKING HOURS. SAY (BR)
HB1095 RELATING TO THE SALARY OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE STATE ETHICS COMMISSION. SAY (BR)
HB1096 RELATING TO THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LOBBYIST LAW. SAY (BR)
HB1097 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE KIKALA-KEOKEA SUBDIVISION. SAY (BR)
HB1098 RELATING TO HOUSING. SAY (BR)
HB1099 RELATING TO KALAELOA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT. SAY (BR)
HB1100 RELATING TO THE BUDGET OF THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. SAY (BR)
HB1101 RELATING TO CEDED LANDS INVENTORY. SAY (BR)
HB1102 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. SAY (BR)
HB1103 RELATING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT. ESPERO, TAKAI, RATH, SCHATZ, Garcia, Djou
HB1104 RELATING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT. ESPERO, KANOHO, GOMES, Abinsay, Kahikina, Chang, M. Oshiro, Morita, Souki, Magaoay, Takai
HB1105 RELATING TO FIREARMS. ESPERO, KANOHO, TAKAI, Abinsay, M. Oshiro, Morita, Souki, Saiki, Luke, Davis
HB1106 RELATING TO SCHOOL BUSES. ESPERO, TAKAI, Abinsay, Kahikina, Chang, Morita, Magaoay, Davis, Souki, Kanoho, Luke
HB1107 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. ESPERO, TAKAI, MOSES, Morita, Souki, Kanoho, Magaoay, Davis
HB1108 RELATING TO ADMINISTRATIVE REVOCATION OF DRIVER'S LICENSES. ESPERO, KANOHO, M. OSHIRO, TAKAI, GOMES, MAGAOAY, MOSES, Abinsay, Morita, Chang, Djou, Souki, Kahikina, Luke, Davis
HB1109 RELATING TO HIGHWAYS. ESPERO, RATH, DJOU, SCHATZ, Garcia, Lee
HB1110 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM. ESPERO, TAKAI, Abinsay, Kahikina, M. Oshiro, Nakasone, Morita, Chang, Souki, Kanoho, Djou, Saiki, Luke, Magaoay, Davis
HB1111 RELATING TO SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS FOR AN INTERGENERATIONAL CARE CENTER AT EWA VILLAGES. ESPERO
HB1112 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. HAMAKAWA
HB1113 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. HAMAKAWA
HB1114 RELATING TO LEGISLATIVE INFORMATION. HAMAKAWA
HB1115 RELATING TO THE ADMISSIBILITY OF PAID BILLS IN COURT. HAMAKAWA
HB1116 RELATING TO DRIVER'S LICENSING. HAMAKAWA
HB1117 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. HAMAKAWA
HB1118 RELATING TO HUNTING. HAMAKAWA
HB1119 RELATING TO LANDOWNER LIABILITY. HAMAKAWA
HB1120 RELATING TO MARRIAGE LICENSES. AUWAE, MARUMOTO, FOX, STONEBRAKER, CASE, AHU ISA, GOMES, BUKOSKI, DJOU, ONTAI, Morita, Davis
HB1121 RELATING TO HELMETS FOR MINOR PASSENGERS RIDING ON MOTORCYCLES. AUWAE, MARUMOTO, FOX, STONEBRAKER, GOMES, BUKOSKI, ONTAI, Davis, Lee, Yoshinaga
HB1122 RELATING TO AUTOMATIC VOTE RECOUNT. AUWAE, FOX, MEYER, RATH, PENDLETON, ONTAI, DAVIS, BUKOSKI, MCDERMOTT, THIELEN, MOSES, MARUMOTO, DJOU, STONEBRAKER, CASE, AHU ISA, GOMES, Halford
HB1123 RELATING TO APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR MAUKA HIGHWAY. AUWAE, MCDERMOTT, Thielen, Moses, Djou, Marumoto, Davis, Fox, Gomes, Bukoski, Ontai, Lee
HB1124 RELATED TO MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE FUNDING OF A SECOND AMBULANCE TO SERVE THE WAIANAE COAST. AUWAE, TAKAI, MCDERMOTT, MOSES, GOMES, Fox, Ontai, Bukoski, Meyer, Djou, Marumoto, Stonebraker, Lee, Davis
HB1125 RELATING TO THE HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. HIRAKI (BR)
HB1126 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. HIRAKI
HB1127 RELATING TO STATEMENTS OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF HAWAII FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. HIRAKI
HB1128 RELATING TO FINANCIAL SERVICES LOAN COMPANIES. HIRAKI
HB1129 RELATING TO MEDICAID. SAY
HB1130 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY. SAY (BR)
HB1131 RELATING TO REAL PROPERTY APPRAISALS. SAY (BR)
HB1132 RELATING TO REAL PROPERTY LEASES. SAY (BR)
HB1133 RELATING TO MEDICAL SERVICES EXCISE TAX CREDIT. SAY (BR)
HB1134 RELATING TO COLLECTION AGENCIES. SAY (BR)
HB1135 RELATING TO FIREARMS. SAY (BR)
HB1136 RELATING TO CONTRACTORS. SAY (BR)
HB1137 RELATING TO CONTRACTORS. SAY (BR)
HB1138 RELATING TO SUBMISSION OF REPORTS TO THE LEGISLATURE. SAY (BR)
HB1139 RELATING TO SERVICE STATIONS. SAY (BR)
HB1140 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. SAY (BR)
HB1141 RELATING TO COURTS. SAY (BR)
HB1142 RELATING TO THE HIGH TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. SAY (BR)
HB1143 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING FUND. SAY (BR)
HB1144 RELATING TO ALARMS. SAY (BR)
HB1145 RELATING TO THE HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION. SAY (BR)
HB1146 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. SAY (BR)
HB1147 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE TIRES. SAY (BR)
HB1148 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' HEALTH FUND. SAY (BR)
HB1149 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS TO ASSIST SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY INNOVATIONS. SAY
HB1150 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS TO ASSIST ADTECH. SAY
HB1151 RELATING TO THE USE OF HERBICIDES IN PUBLIC PARKS. SAY (BR)
HB1152 RELATING TO ROADSIDE HERBICIDE USE. SAY (BR)
HB1153 RELATING TO PESTICIDES. SAY (BR)
HB1154 RELATING TO PESTICIDES. SAY (BR)
HB1155 RELATING TO STATE OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES EXCLUDED FROM COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND MAKING APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER ADJUSTMENTS. SAY (BR)
HB1156 RELATING TO THE HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. SAY (BR)
HB1157 RELATING TO PRIVACY OF MEDICAL RECORDS INFORMATION. SAY (BR), SAY (BR)
HB1158 RELATING TO DISASTER RELIEF. SAY (BR)
HB1159 RELATING TO STATUTORY REVISION: AMENDING, REENACTING, OR REPEALING VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF THE HAWAII REVISED STATUTES AND THE SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII FOR THE PURPOSE OF CORRECTING ERRORS AND REFERENCES, CLARIFYING LANGUAGE, AND DELETING OBSOLETE OR UNNECESSARY PROVISIONS. SAY (BR)
HB1160 RELATING TO TAXATION. SAY (BR)
HB1161 RELATING TO FAMILY CHILD CARE HOMES. SAY (BR)
HB1162 RELATING TO ANIMAL QUARANTINE. SAY (BR)
HB1163 RELATING TO THE NATURAL AREAS RESERVES SYSTEM. SCHATZ, KANOHO, MORITA, HALE, B. OSHIRO, BUKOSKI, THIELEN, JAFFE, MEYER, ITO
HB1164 RELATING TO ALIEN AQUATIC ORGANISMS. SCHATZ, Hale
HB1165 RELATING TO THE CONVEYANCE TAX. SCHATZ, THIELEN, B. OSHIRO, MORITA, GARCIA, JAFFE, Lee, Leong, Ito, Saiki, Takai, Takumi, Suzuki, Luke, Espero, Magaoay, Kanoho, Djou, Marumoto, Hiraki, Say
HB1166 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 2ND REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. CHANG
HB1167 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. CHANG, Magaoay, Auwae, Ahu Isa, Souki, Takumi, Abinsay
HB1168 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. SAY (BR)
HB1169 RELATING TO THE PROCESS FOR MANAGED COMPETITION SPECIFIED IN ACT 230, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1998. SAY (BR)
HB1170 RELATING TO LAND USE. SAY (BR)
HB1171 RELATING TO TEMPORARY INSTRUCTION PERMIT. SAY (BR)
HB1172 RELATING TO DRIVER LICENSE RENEWAL BY MAIL. SAY (BR)
HB1173 RELATING TO LODGING OR TENEMENT HOUSES, HOTELS, AND BOARDINGHOUSES. SAY (BR)
HB1174 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. SAY (BR)
HB1175 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM. SAY (BR)
HB1176 RELATING TO INSPECTIONS BY THE COUNTY FIRE CHIEF OR THE CHIEF'S DESIGNEES. SAY (BR)
HB1177 RELATING TO LIMITED LIABILITY FOR COUNTIES. SAY (BR)
HB1178 RELATING TO STATE AND COUNTY TORT LIABILITY. SAY (BR)
HB1179 RELATING TO PUBLICATION OF NOTICE. SAY (BR)
HB1180 RELATING TO TAXATION. SAY (BR)
HB1181 RELATING TO TAXATION. SAY (BR)
HB1182 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE HONOLULU POLICE DEPARTMENT. SAY (BR)
HB1183 RELATING TO SUBPOENAS. SAY (BR)
HB1184 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. SAY (BR)
HB1185 RELATING TO PENALTIES AND PROCEDURES ON ARREST. SAY (BR)
HB1186 RELATING TO ALCOHOL, DRUGS, AND HIGHWAY SAFETY. SAY (BR)
HB1187 RELATING TO FIREARMS. SAY (BR)
HB1188 RELATING TO FIREARMS. SAY (BR)
HB1189 RELATING TO ALCOHOL, DRUGS, AND HIGHWAY SAFETY. SAY (BR)
HB1190 RELATING TO NUISANCE ABATEMENT. SAY (BR)
HB1191 RELATING TO THE STATEWIDE TRAFFIC CODE. SAY (BR)
HB1192 RELATING TO DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR. SAY (BR)
HB1193 RELATING TO BURGLARY IN THE FIRST DEGREE. SAY (BR)
HB1194 RELATING TO TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT. SAY (BR)
HB1195 RELATING TO POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY. SAY (BR)
HB1196 RELATING TO NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE. SAY (BR)
HB1197 RELATING TO DEFACING SERIAL NUMBERS, ETC., OF MOTOR VEHICLES. SAY (BR)
HB1198 RELATING TO CONTRACT AND PROCUREMENT FRAUD. SAY (BR)
HB1199 RELATING TO TELEMARKETING. SAY (BR)
HB1200 RELATING TO OFFENSES AGAINST PROPERTY RIGHTS. SAY (BR)
HB1201 RELATING TO COMPUTER CRIME. SAY (BR)
HB1202 RELATING TO HONOLULU POLICE OFFICERS. SAY (BR)
HB1203 RELATING TO PEACE OFFICERS' ANIMALS. SAY (BR)
HB1204 RELATING TO REGISTRATION OF SEX OFFENDERS. SAY (BR)
HB1205 RELATING TO FIREARMS. SAY (BR)
HB1206 RELATING TO TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS. SAY (BR)
HB1207 RELATING TO FIREARMS. SAY (BR)
HB1208 RELATING TO FIREARMS. SAY (BR)
HB1209 RELATING TO FIREARMS. SAY (BR)
HB1210 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. SAY (BR)
HB1211 RELATING TO FIREARMS. SAY (BR)
HB1212 RELATING TO MEDICAL RECORDS. HAMAKAWA
HB1213 RELATING TO EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE UNIFORM CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT EXAMINATION AND LICENSURE. HAMAKAWA
HB1214 RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION. HAMAKAWA
HB1215 RELATING TO THE STATE CAPITOL. HAMAKAWA
HB1216 RELATING TO THE KOREAN CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION COMMISSION. LUKE, SCHATZ, TAKAI, CHANG, LEE, M. OSHIRO, MAGAOAY, MOSES, Hamakawa, Takumi, Garcia, Ito, Kanoho, Yonamine, B. Oshiro, Case, Morita, Kahikina, Souki, Ahu Isa, Hiraki, Espero, Hale, Abinsay, Takamine, Davis
HB1217 RELATING TO MEAL BREAKS. LUKE, LEE, MAGAOAY, B. OSHIRO, MOSES, YOSHINAGA, Souki, Davis, Hamakawa, Espero, Saiki, Takamine, Hale, Garcia
HB1218 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES. LUKE, YOSHINAGA, GARCIA, ITO, SAIKI, SCHATZ, LEE, SOUKI, TAKAI, ESPERO, YONAMINE, CHANG, HAMAKAWA, KANOHO, M. OSHIRO, KAHIKINA, MORITA, ONTAI, AHU ISA, HALE, B. OSHIRO, ABINSAY, MAGAOAY, Takamine, Davis
HB1219 RELATING TO TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX. LUKE, SCHATZ, GARCIA, KANOHO, SAIKI, MORITA, HALE, B. OSHIRO, Takumi, Magaoay, Takamine, Hamakawa, Espero
HB1220 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. LUKE, MAGAOAY, SCHATZ, B. OSHIRO, Hamakawa, Souki, Kanoho, Takamine, Garcia, Takumi, Morita, Hale, Espero
HB1221 RELATING TO CYBERSQUATTING. LUKE, B. OSHIRO, TAKAI, SAIKI, ESPERO, M. OSHIRO, KANOHO, GARCIA, MORITA, HALE, Nakasone, Magaoay, Davis, Souki, Hamakawa, Lee, Schatz, Chang, Takamine, Takumi
HB1222 RELATING TO THE TRAFFIC CODE. LUKE, SCHATZ, KANOHO, SAIKI, MORITA, HAMAKAWA, B. OSHIRO, HALE, GARCIA, Souki, Takumi, Magaoay, Takamine, Espero
HB1223 RELATING TO EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. LUKE, SCHATZ, KANOHO, SAIKI, MORITA, GARCIA, Souki, Takumi, Magaoay, Takamine, Hamakawa, Hale, B. Oshiro, Espero
HB1224 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, Stonebraker, Abinsay, Takumi
HB1225 RELATING TO CONDOMINIUMS. ITO, TAKAI, Stonebraker, Abinsay, Takumi
HB1226 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, Stonebraker, Abinsay, Takumi
HB1227 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR INTERACTIVE LEARNING. ITO, TAKAI, Bukoski, Abinsay
HB1228 RELATING TO SCHOOLS-WITHIN-SCHOOLS. ITO, TAKAI, Stonebraker, Abinsay, Takumi
HB1229 RELATING TO A KINDERGARTEN-GRADE SIXTEEN PILOT PROGRAM. ITO, TAKAI, Stonebraker, Abinsay, Takumi
HB1230 RELATING TO CYBERSPACE ENTREPRENEURS ACADEMIES. ITO, TAKAI, STONEBRAKER, ABINSAY, Takumi
HB1231 RELATING TO CONDOMINIUMS. ITO, TAKAI, Stonebraker, Abinsay, Takumi
HB1232 RELATED TO PUBLIC HOUSING. KAHIKINA, Kawakami, McDermott, Auwae
HB1233 RELATING TO YOUTH SERVICES. KAHIKINA, MCDERMOTT, Stonebraker, Kawakami, Auwae
HB1234 RELATING TO QUEST. KAHIKINA, KAWAKAMI, MCDERMOTT, Auwae
HB1235 RELATING TO HOUSING. KAHIKINA, KAWAKAMI, McDermott
HB1236 RELATING TO THE LIQUOR COMMISSION. YOSHINAGA
HB1237 RELATING TO JUDGMENTS. YOSHINAGA
HB1238 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY. YOSHINAGA
HB1239 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FIFTY-FIRST REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. GOMES
HB1240 RELATING TO INTEGRATED CASE MANAGEMENT FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSERS. GARCIA
HB1241 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY. GARCIA
HB1242 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS. HIRAKI
HB1243 RELATING TO CAPTIVE INSURANCE. HIRAKI
HB1244 RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. HIRAKI
HB1245 RELATING TO THE STATE BUDGET. HALFORD
HB1246 RELATING TO THE STATE BUDGET. HALFORD
HB1247 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE VIII, SECTION 3, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION RELATING TO TAXING POWER TO THE COUNTIES. HALFORD
HB1248 RELATING TO TORT LIABILITY. HALFORD
HB1249 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS IN THE TWENTY-SEVENTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. AHU ISA
HB1250 RELATING TO INCOME TAX. AHU ISA, MAGAOAY
HB1251 RELATING TO SMALL BUSINESS. AHU ISA, SUZUKI, CASE, MAGAOAY, Cabreros
HB1252 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE. HALE, KANOHO, Abinsay, Hamakawa, Suzuki, Auwae, Cabreros, Ahu Isa, Takumi, Say, Souki, Chang, Lee, Bukoski, Magaoay, Schatz
HB1253 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR BIG ISLAND PAPAYA INDUSTRY. HALE, CHANG, Magaoay, Abinsay, Kanoho, Hamakawa, Suzuki, Cabreros, Ahu Isa, Takumi, Say, Souki, Lee, Whalen, Bukoski, Takamine, Schatz
HB1254 RELATING TO GASOLINE. MORITA, B. OSHIRO, HALE, JAFFE, KANOHO, THIELEN, SCHATZ, Ito, Meyer, Bukoski
HB1255 RELATING TO MINORS. HAMAKAWA
HB1256 RELATING TO SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT. MORITA, SCHATZ, B. OSHIRO, JAFFE, HALE, LEE, KANOHO, M. Oshiro, Takumi, Fox
HB1257 RELATING TO LEI DAY. KAWAKAMI, AUWAE, MORITA, KANOHO, KAHIKINA, AHU ISA, YONAMINE
HB1258 RELATING TO OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS. KAWAKAMI, AUWAE, MORITA, KANOHO, AHU ISA
HB1259 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE TWELFTH, THIRTEENTH, AND FOURTEENTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICTS. KAWAKAMI, MORITA, KANOHO
HB1260 RELATING TO THE TRAFFIC CODE. ARAKAKI, AHU ISA, Yonamine, Takumi, Auwae, Schatz
HB1261 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A WATER SAFETY AND LEARN-TO-SWIM INSTRUCTION PROGRAM. ARAKAKI, AHU ISA, Takumi, Schatz
HB1262 RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES. HALFORD, Bukoski, Morita
HB1263 RELATING TO THE REMOVAL OF NUISANCE SEAWEED. HALFORD, BUKOSKI, Souki, Morita
HB1264 RELATING TO AMBULANCE SERVICES. HALFORD, BUKOSKI, Souki, Morita
HB1265 RELATING TO AMBULANCE SERVICE. HALFORD, BUKOSKI, Souki, Morita
HB1266 RELATING TO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES. HALFORD, BUKOSKI, Souki, Morita
HB1267 RELATING TO LICENSE PLATES. SOUKI
HB1268 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY INSPECTIONS. SOUKI, ESPERO
HB1269 RELATING TO WHARFAGE. SOUKI, ESPERO, Nakasone
HB1270 RELATING TO MOTOR CARRIERS. SOUKI (BR)
HB1271 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE DRIVER LICENSING. SOUKI
HB1272 RELATING TO ALTERNATE FUELED VEHICLES. SOUKI
HB1273 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION SOUKI
HB1274 RELATING TO PILOTS. SOUKI, Espero
HB1275 RELATING TO CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES. SOUKI
HB1276 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ABOLISH THE OFFICE OF THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND PROVIDE FOR THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE TO SUCCEED AS GOVERNOR WHEN THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE IS VACANT. SOUKI
HB1277 RELATING TO THE RENTAL HOUSING TRUST FUND. SOUKI
HB1278 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE MAUI ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER. SOUKI
HB1279 RELATING TO TAXATION. SOUKI
HB1280 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MAUI INVASIVE SPECIES COMMITTEE ACTION PLAN. MORITA, Souki
HB1281 RELATING TO BIOFUEL. MORITA, KANOHO, Say
HB1282 RELATING TO ENERGY CONSERVATION TAX CREDITS.. SAY, MORITA, SCHATZ, JAFFE, B. OSHIRO, MEYER, HALE, BUKOSKI, KANOHO, THIELEN, LUKE, HAMAKAWA, HIRAKI, LEE, HALE, MAGAOAY, YONAMINE, KAHIKINA, AHU ISA, CASE, Takumi, Souki, Saiki, Kawakami, Chang
HB1283 RELATING TO RECYCLING. SAY
HB1284 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY. SAY
HB1285 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA. SAY
HB1286 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR AGRICULTURE. SAY
HB1287 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. SAY
HB1288 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS TO ASSIST NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATIONS THAT PROVIDE HEALTH CARE FACILITIES. SAY
HB1289 RELATING TO HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. SAY (BR)
HB1290 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. SAY (BR)
HB1291 RELATING TO THE FILING DATE OF ANNUAL FINANCIAL INTERESTS DISCLOSURE STATEMENTS. SAY (BR)
HB1292 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. SAY
HB1293 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. SAY
HB1294 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. SAY
HB1295 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. SAY
HB1296 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. SAY
HB1297 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. SAY
HB1298 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. SAY
HB1299 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. SAY
HB1300 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. SAY
HB1301 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE NINTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. NAKASONE
HB1302 RELATING TO EDUCATION. NAKASONE, Say
HB1303 RELATING TO EDUCATION. NAKASONE, Say
HB1304 RELATING TO FIREWORKS. HALFORD
HB1305 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO NURSING HOME WITHOUT WALLS. ARAKAKI, KANOHO, MORITA
HB1306 RELATING TO BIRTH DEFECTS. ARAKAKI, KANOHO, Yonamine, Morita
HB1307 RELATING TO HAWAII COMMISSION FOR NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE. ARAKAKI, KANOHO, Yonamine, Morita
HB1308 RELATING TO ADULT RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, LEE, KANOHO, MORITA, Yonamine
HB1309 RELATING TO SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS. KANOHO, Ahu Isa, Say
HB1310 RELATING TO SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS FOR HI-TECH HAWAII, INC. KANOHO, Ahu Isa, Say
HB1311 RELATING TO LAND USE. KANOHO
HB1312 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FORTY-FIFTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. MAGAOAY
HB1313 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. CABREROS, ABINSAY, Luke, Suzuki, Marumoto, Gomes, B. Oshiro, Hale, Leong, Davis, Auwae, Morita, Djou, Schatz, Saiki, Souki, Takumi
HB1314 RELATING TO CONSERVATION. CABREROS, MCDERMOTT, Moses, B. Oshiro, Jaffe, Auwae, Halford, Takumi, Chang, Souki, Schatz, Luke, Magaoay
HB1315 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE THIRTIETH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. CABREROS, Yonamine, Chang, Souki, Lee, Kanoho
HB1316 RELATING TO VEHICLES. CABREROS, B. OSHIRO, Moses, Fox, Takumi, Souki, Luke, Magaoay
HB1317 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. HIRAKI
HB1318 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. HIRAKI
HB1319 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. HIRAKI
HB1320 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. HIRAKI
HB1321 RELATING TO PRIVACY OF HEALTH CARE INFORMATION. HIRAKI
HB1322 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE DRIVER LICENSING. KAWAKAMI, MORITA, KANOHO, Souki
HB1323 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. GOMES, ABINSAY, Chang, Ahu Isa
HB1324 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. GOMES, MARUMOTO, Fox, Bukoski, Auwae, Ontai
HB1325 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. GOMES, MARUMOTO, STONEBRAKER, Fox, McDermott, Bukoski, Auwae, Ontai
HB1326 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. GOMES, MCDERMOTT, MARUMOTO, STONEBRAKER, Fox, Bukoski, Auwae, Ontai
HB1327 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. GOMES, MCDERMOTT, MARUMOTO, STONEBRAKER, Fox, Bukoski, Auwae, Ontai
HB1328 RELATING TO FINANCIAL INCENTIVES. GOMES, MCDERMOTT, MARUMOTO, STONEBRAKER, Souki, Bukoski, Auwae, Ontai
HB1329 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. LEE, TAKAI, MORITA
HB1330 RELATING TO PROTECTIVE ORDERS. LEE, TAKAI, MORITA
HB1331 RELATING TO MINORS. LEE, MORITA
HB1332 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE NINETEENTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. JAFFE
HB1333 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE TWENTY-SECOND REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. YOSHINAGA
HB1334 RELATING TO FEES OF THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE. YOSHINAGA
HB1335 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES. AHU ISA, Magaoay
HB1336 RELATING TO UNINSURED MOTOR VEHICLES. AHU ISA, MAGAOAY
HB1337 RELATING TO FISHERIES. AHU ISA, KANOHO, Ito
HB1338 RELATING TO PLANNING. KANOHO, MORITA, Yonamine
HB1339 RELATING TO WATER SUPPLY BOARDS. KANOHO, MORITA, KAWAKAMI
HB1340 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. KANOHO, MORITA, KAWAKAMI
HB1341 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES. KANOHO, Morita, Kawakami
HB1342 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. MCDERMOTT, CHANG, Takumi, Kahikina, Magaoay, Garcia, Stonebraker, Gomes, Djou
HB1343 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE. NAKASONE
HB1344 RELATING TO ELECTRIC VEHICLES. MORITA, MAGAOAY, HALE, SCHATZ, SUZUKI, B. OSHIRO, GARCIA, ABINSAY
HB1345 RELATING TO ENERGY CONTENT OF FUELS. MORITA, KANOHO, MAGAOAY, HALE, B. OSHIRO, GARCIA, Say, Suzuki, Abinsay
HB1346 RELATING TO PLANTS AND ANIMALS. MORITA, B. OSHIRO, LEE, LUKE, Takumi, Schatz, Saiki, Chang, Kahikina, Case
HB1347 RELATING TO LEGISLATION. ONTAI, HALFORD, PENDLETON, MCDERMOTT, Djou, Marumoto, Jaffe, Kanoho, Lee, Gomes, Stonebraker, Davis, Bukoski, Whalen, Fox, Ahu Isa, Moses
HB1348 RELATING TO DRIVERS LICENSES. ONTAI, AHU ISA, Stonebraker, Davis, Morita, Kanoho, Souki, Lee, Moses, Whalen, Takumi, Magaoay, Djou
HB1349 RELATING TO EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. SAIKI
HB1350 RELATING TO COURT RECORDS. SAIKI (BR)
HB1351 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. SAIKI
HB1352 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE TWENTIETH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. SAIKI
HB1353 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. SAIKI (BR)
HB1354 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. SAIKI (BR)
HB1355 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. SAIKI
HB1356 RELATING TO HEALTH. ARAKAKI, TAKAI
HB1357 RELATING TO HEALTH. ARAKAKI, TAKAI
HB1358 RELATING TO HEALTH. ARAKAKI, TAKAI
HB1359 RELATING TO ELDERLY AFFAIRS. ARAKAKI
HB1360 RELATING TO THE NATIVE HAWAIIAN TRUST. KANOHO, ONTAI, MORITA, BUKOSKI, Kahikina, Auwae
HB1361 RELATING TO A HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS TASK FORCE. KANOHO, KAHIKINA, AUWAE, AHU ISA, ONTAI, MORITA, BUKOSKI, KAWAKAMI
HB1362 RELATING TO HEALTH. KAWAKAMI (BR)
HB1363 RELATING TO RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY LIABILITY. KAWAKAMI, KANOHO, MORITA, Takamine
HB1364 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE TENTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. BUKOSKI, Ontai, Moses, Souki
HB1365 RELATING TO PUBLIC AGENCY MEETINGS AND RECORDS. SUZUKI
HB1366 RELATING TO GAMING. SUZUKI
HB1367 RELATING TO VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION. KAHIKINA, MCDERMOTT, STONEBRAKER, TAKAI, Yonamine, Kawakami
HB1368 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FORTY-THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. KAHIKINA
HB1369 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE XII OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII RELATING TO NATIVE HAWAIIANS. KAHIKINA, KANOHO, BUKOSKI, AHU ISA, ONTAI, KAWAKAMI, AUWAE, Morita
HB1370 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT OF 1920, AS AMENDED. KAHIKINA, AUWAE, KANOHO, AHU ISA, ONTAI, BUKOSKI, GOMES
HB1371 RELATING TO HEALTH INSURANCE. LEE (BR)
HB1372 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE TIRES. LEE (BR)
HB1373 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FORTY-SEVENTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. DJOU
HB1374 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY. DJOU, MCDERMOTT, Ahu Isa, Morita, Bukoski, Ontai, Auwae, Gomes, Garcia, Kawakami, Yonamine, Takai, Kahikina, Lee
HB1375 RELATING TO LAND COURT. DJOU, Suzuki, B. Oshiro, Whalen
HB1376 RELATING TO PUBLIC HIGHWAYS. GOMES
HB1377 RELATING TO PATERNITY. MCDERMOTT
HB1378 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO MITIGATE HARMFUL EFFECTS OF THE ELEUTHERODACTYLUS FROG. HALE, MORITA, SUZUKI, B. OSHIRO, KANOHO, CHANG, Bukoski, Gomes, Takumi, Magaoay, Abinsay
HB1379 RELATING TO THE USE OF HERBICIDES IN PUBLIC PARKS. HALE, TAKAI, STONEBRAKER, Yonamine, Auwae, Ahu Isa, Takumi, Say, Souki, Chang, Lee, Bukoski, Kahikina, Kawakami
HB1380 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR RURAL DENTAL SERVICES. HALE
HB1381 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR EMERGENCY AMBULANCE SERVICE ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII. HALE, CHANG, Bukoski, Takamine, Takumi, Hamakawa, Kanoho, Cabreros, Whalen
HB1382 RELATING TO BEVERAGE CONTAINERS. HALE, B. OSHIRO, KANOHO, MORITA, Bukoski, Souki, Cabreros
HB1383 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR VARIOUS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS IN THE FOURTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. HALE, Bukoski, Magaoay, Garcia, Schatz, Chang, Ahu Isa, Hamakawa, Abinsay, Kanoho, Cabreros, Whalen, Takamine, Morita
HB1384 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO MITIGATE ALIEN SPECIES INVASION. HALE, MORITA, B. OSHIRO, KANOHO, Bukoski, Gomes, Takumi, Chang, Magaoay, Abinsay, Suzuki, Cabreros, Whalen
HB1385 RELATING TO NET ENERGY METERING. MORITA, SCHATZ, SUZUKI, B. OSHIRO, GARCIA, ABINSAY, WHALEN, THIELEN, Saiki, Takamine, Kahikina, Espero, Kanoho
HB1386 RELATING TO DISTRIBUTED ELECTRIC GENERATION. MORITA, SCHATZ, B. OSHIRO, GARCIA, WHALEN, KAHIKINA, THIELEN, Suzuki, Abinsay, Saiki, Takamine, Espero, Kanoho
HB1387 RELATING TO RECYCLED WATER. MORITA, HALE, B. OSHIRO, KANOHO, THIELEN, JAFFE
HB1388 RELATING TO THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE. MORITA, AHU ISA, KANOHO, THIELEN, JAFFE, MARUMOTO
HB1389 RELATING TO KEWALO BASIN. MORITA, B. OSHIRO, Hale, Kanoho, Fox
HB1390 RELATING TO THE ARTS. CHANG, TAKAI, SUZUKI, LEONG, Souki, Kahikina, Takumi, B. Oshiro, Hale, Whalen, Morita, Cabreros, Takamine, Kanoho
HB1391 RELATING TO THE ARTS. CHANG, TAKAI, SUZUKI, MORITA, Souki, Kahikina, Takumi, B. Oshiro, Hale, Whalen, Cabreros, Takamine, Leong, Kanoho
HB1392 RELATING TO THE MEDICAL SCHOOL COMPLEX. CHANG, NAKASONE, SUZUKI, LEONG, KANOHO, Souki, Kahikina, Takumi, Hale, Morita, Cabreros, Takamine
HB1393 RELATING TO THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICIAL RESIDENCE. CHANG, SUZUKI, Souki, Kahikina, Takumi, B. Oshiro, Hale, Morita, Cabreros, Takamine, Kanoho
HB1394 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. PENDLETON
HB1395 RELATING TO STATE CONTRACTS. PENDLETON, MCDERMOTT, MARUMOTO, Whalen, Moses, Ontai, Fox, Meyer, Auwae
HB1396 RELATING TO CIVIL SERVICE REFORM. PENDLETON, MCDERMOTT, MARUMOTO, MEYER, Moses, Ontai, Whalen, Fox, Auwae
HB1397 RELATING TO MEDICAL RECORDS. PENDLETON, MCDERMOTT, Whalen, Moses, Marumoto, Auwae, Stonebraker, Jaffe
HB1398 RELATING TO EDUCATION. PENDLETON, MARUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, ONTAI, MEYER, Moses, Thielen, Whalen, Fox, Auwae
HB1399 RELATING TO SPECIAL ATTORNEYS GENERAL. KAWAKAMI, KAHIKINA
HB1400 RELATING TO STATE BONDS. TAKAMINE
HB1401 RELATING TO THE INCOME TAX CREDIT. TAKAMINE
HB1402 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS TO ASSIST PALOLO CHINESE HOME. SAY, LEE, Ahu Isa, Leong, Djou, Kawakami
HB1403 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. SAY
HB1404 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. SAY
HB1405 A BILL FOR AN ACT RELATING TO USE OF INTOXICANTS. SAY
HB1406 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE MOLOKAI GENERAL HOSPITAL. DAVIS, STONEBRAKER, LEONG, RATH, MCDERMOTT, MAGAOAY, AUWAE, Espero, Djou, Takai, Kahikina, Suzuki
HB1407 RELATING TO AN APPROPRIATION TO SUBSIDIZE NON-ATHLETIC EVENT TRAVEL COSTS FOR LANAI HIGH SCHOOL AND LANAI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. DAVIS, MAGAOAY, ESPERO, Schatz, Takumi, Takai, Kahikina, Suzuki, Hale
HB1408 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE SCHOOLS PARTICIPATING IN SCHOOL/COMMUNITY-BASED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN LANAI AND MOLOKAI TO COVER TRANSPORTATION COSTS. DAVIS, MCDERMOTT, ESPERO, STONEBRAKER, M. OSHIRO, MAGAOAY, BUKOSKI, Auwae, Souki, Whalen, Leong, Takamine, Kanoho, Takumi, Schatz, Djou, Ontai, Takai, Kahikina, Suzuki, Hale
HB1409 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 7TH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. DAVIS
HB1410 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE THIRTY-SIXTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. TAKUMI
HB1411 RELATING TO SECONDARY MARKET SERVICES CORP.--HAWAII. TAKUMI
HB1412 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. TAKUMI
HB1413 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. TAKUMI
HB1414 RELATING TO LABOR. TAKUMI, Garcia, Espero, Souki, Saiki
HB1415 RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION. TAKUMI, GARCIA, TAKAI
HB1416 RELATING TO INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX. CASE
HB1417 RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. CASE
HB1418 RELATING TO TAXATION. CASE
HB1419 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE SMALL BUSINESS DEFENDER POSITION AND OTHER SUPPORT PERSONNEL ESTABLISHED UNDER ACT 168, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1998. CASE
HB1420 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. CASE
HB1421 RELATING TO TORTS. CASE
HB1422 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT. CASE
HB1423 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. CASE
HB1424 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. CASE
HB1425 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEE HEALTH BENEFITS. CASE
HB1426 RELATING TO HEALTH BENEFITS FOR LEGISLATORS. CASE
HB1427 RELATING TO RETIREMENT BENEFITS. CASE
HB1428 PROPOSING AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE VII OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH AN EMERGENCY AND BUDGET RESERVE FUND. CASE
HB1429 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE ANALYST. CASE
HB1430 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE TAX REVIEW COMMISSION. CASE
HB1431 RELATING TO CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH. CASE
HB1432 RELATING TO THE HAWAII WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION ACT. CASE
HB1433 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION RELATING TO EDUCATION. CASE
HB1434 RELATING TO PRINCIPALS AND VICE-PRINCIPALS. CASE
HB1435 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CASE
HB1436 RELATING TO AFTER-SCHOOL PLUS (A+) PROGRAM. CASE
HB1437 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. CASE
HB1438 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII BOARD OF REGENTS. CASE
HB1439 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. CASE
HB1440 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 4, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH LEGISLATIVE TERM LIMITS. CASE
HB1441 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH 2002 AND EVERY TENTH YEAR THEREAFTER AS REAPPORTIONMENT YEARS AND TO REQUIRE THAT STATE LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS BE REAPPORTIONED INTO MULTI-MEMBER DISTRICTS. CASE
HB1442 RELATING TO VOTER REGISTRATION. CASE
HB1443 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 6, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO CHANGE THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE SENATE OR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. CASE
HB1444 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. CASE
HB1445 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES II, III, AND XVII, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO PROVIDE FOR INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM, AND THE RECALL OF PUBLIC OFFICERS. CASE
HB1446 RELATING TO ELECTION CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS AND EXPENDITURES. CASE
HB1447 RELATING TO PUBLIC ACCESS. CASE
HB1448 RELATING TO BRIBES. CASE
HB1449 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY. CASE
HB1450 RELATING TO FIREARMS. CASE
HB1451 RELATING TO THE PREVENTION OF WORKPLACE VIOLENCE. CASE
HB1452 RELATING TO DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR. CASE
HB1453 RELATING TO TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX. CASE
HB1454 RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS. CASE
HB1455 RELATING TO LAND USE. CASE
HB1456 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL LANDS. CASE
HB1457 RELATING TO SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT. CASE
HB1458 RELATING TO LANDOWNER LIABILITY. CASE
HB1459 RELATING TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS. CASE
HB1460 RELATING TO UNDERGROUND UTILITY LINES. CASE
HB1461 RELATING TO UTILITY LINES. CASE
HB1462 RELATING TO CONSERVATION DISTRICTS. CASE
HB1463 RELATING TO UTILITY TRANSMISSION LINES. CASE
HB1464 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES. CASE
HB1465 RELATING TO IOLANI PALACE. CASE
HB1466 RELATING TO INFORMATIONAL PRIVACY. CASE
HB1467 RELATING TO ESTABLISHING FAIRER PRICING FOR PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. CASE
HB1468 RELATING TO CIVIL UNION. CASE, HAMAKAWA
HB1469 RELATING TO CIVIL RIGHTS. CASE
HB1470 RELATING TO TAXATION. CASE
HB1471 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. CASE
HB1472 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION. CASE
HB1473 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. CASE
HB1474 ADOPTING AN OFFICIAL STATE TARTAN. CASE
HB1475 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE TWENTY-THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. CASE
HB1476 RELATING TO THE ALA WAI WATERSHED. CASE, SCHATZ
HB1477 RELATING TO THE MODEL FETAL PAIN PREVENTION ACT. MCDERMOTT
HB1478 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A HAWAIIAN AUTONOMY TRUST. AUWAE, DAVIS, BUKOSKI, ONTAI, JAFFE, MARUMOTO, THIELEN, Meyer, Kahikina, Kanoho
HB1479 RELATING TO TEACHERS. AUWAE, GOMES, DJOU, Hale, Moses, Whalen, Bukoski, Jaffe, Marumoto, Ontai, Stonebraker, Thielen, Meyer
HB1480 RELATING TO VOTE COUNT. GOMES, MARUMOTO, ONTAI, JAFFE, Meyer
HB1481 RELATING TO HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. LEONG, THIELEN, PENDLETON, FOX, ONTAI, MEYER, Auwae, Jaffe, Gomes, Marumoto, Moses, Ahu Isa, Kahikina, Morita, Hiraki
HB1482 RELATING TO THE ALA WAI WATERSHED. SAIKI, SCHATZ, YOSHINAGA
HB1483 RELATING TO EXEMPTIONS FROM THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. MOSES, MCDERMOTT, MEYER, AHU ISA, ONTAI, PENDLETON, Halford, Chang, Stonebraker, Leong, Cabreros, Yonamine, Rath, Auwae, Arakaki, Morita, Kanoho, B. Oshiro, Abinsay, Djou, Kahikina, Espero
HB1484 RELATING TO PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTIONS. MOSES, MCDERMOTT, STONEBRAKER, LEONG, RATH, ONTAI, MEYER, BUKOSKI, Davis, Yonamine, Auwae, Fox, Abinsay, Pendleton, Chang, Ahu Isa, Arakaki, Cabreros, Souki, Kanoho, Kahikina, Espero
HB1485 RELATING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT. MOSES, FOX, AHU ISA, STONEBRAKER, RATH, AUWAE, MCDERMOTT, BUKOSKI, WHALEN, HALFORD, DAVIS, LEONG, MEYER, ONTAI, CHANG, PENDLETON, Kanoho, Djou, Suzuki, Hiraki, Arakaki, Abinsay, Cabreros, Souki, Kahikina, Espero
HB1486 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR PARENT-COMMUNITY NETWORKING CENTERS. MOSES, MCDERMOTT, STONEBRAKER, DAVIS, GARCIA, Leong, Gomes, Ahu Isa, Rath, Auwae, Fox, Pendleton, Hiraki, B. Oshiro, Chang, Arakaki, Takumi, Lee, Djou, Abinsay, Morita, Suzuki, Kanoho, Kahikina, Espero
HB1487 RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX. MOSES, STONEBRAKER, GOMES, AHU ISA, THIELEN, MCDERMOTT, AUWAE, ONTAI, MEYER, PENDLETON, GARCIA, B. OSHIRO, Kahikina, Espero, Rath, Hiraki, Chang, Takumi, Lee, Abinsay, Yonamine, Halford, Kanoho, Arakaki, Cabreros, Djou
HB1488 RELATING TO FIREARMS. MOSES, RATH, STONEBRAKER, ONTAI, MCDERMOTT, Arakaki, Espero, Davis, Meyer, Whalen, Pendleton, Cabreros, Yonamine, Ahu Isa, Kanoho, Kahikina
HB1489 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. MOSES, FOX, MCDERMOTT, Souki, Suzuki, Ahu Isa, Espero
HB1490 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FORTY-SECOND REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. MOSES, Djou, Espero, Ontai
HB1491 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FORTY-SIXTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. MEYER
HB1492 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. MEYER, FOX, DJOU, LEONG, Davis, Gomes
HB1493 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. MEYER, DJOU, Davis, Gomes, Pendleton, Ahu Isa, Leong
HB1494 RELATING TO INVASIVE SPECIES OF MACROALGAE. MEYER, JAFFE, DJOU, MORITA, KANOHO, THIELEN, Hale, Ahu Isa, B. Oshiro
HB1495 RELATING TO KAALAEA STREAM. MEYER, JAFFE, KANOHO, THIELEN, Djou, Hale, Morita, Ahu Isa, B. Oshiro
HB1496 RELATING TO UNLICENSED CONTRACTORS. YOSHINAGA
HB1497 RELATING TO MAJOR COMMERCIAL PUBLIC EVENTS. YOSHINAGA, ESPERO, Abinsay
HB1498 RELATING TO FIREARMS. YOSHINAGA, Espero, Abinsay
HB1499 RELATING TO FIREARMS. YOSHINAGA, Espero, Abinsay
HB1500 RELATING TO MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE YOSHINAGA, Espero, Abinsay
HB1501 RELATING TO MEDICAL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. YOSHINAGA, SUZUKI, CASE, ESPERO, AHU ISA, MEYER, Saiki, Magaoay, B. Oshiro, Schatz, Chang, Souki, Garcia, Say, Luke
HB1502 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY LAW. YOSHINAGA, ESPERO, MEYER, SUZUKI, CASE, Saiki, Magaoay, Ahu Isa, B. Oshiro, Schatz, Chang, Davis, Souki, Garcia, Say, Abinsay
HB1503 RELATING TO CHIROPRACTIC. YOSHINAGA, Saiki, Kahikina, Leong
HB1504 RELATING TO PUBLIC WORKS. YOSHINAGA (BR), Garcia, Espero, Abinsay
HB1505 RELATING TO PUBLIC WORKS. YOSHINAGA (BR), Garcia, Espero, Abinsay
HB1506 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY. YOSHINAGA, Souki, Garcia, Espero, Abinsay
HB1507 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. FOX, MOSES, Djou, Souki
HB1508 RELATING TO THE RECYCLING OF BATTERIES. FOX
HB1509 RELATING TO EDUCATION. FOX, LEONG, MCDERMOTT, MARUMOTO, DJOU, ONTAI, MEYER, GOMES, Davis, Auwae, Whalen, Bukoski, Jaffe
HB1510 RELATING TO ALA WAI BOAT HARBOR. FOX, JAFFE
HB1511 RELATING TO SMALL BOAT HARBORS. FOX (BR)
HB1512 RELATING TO SMALL BOAT HARBORS. FOX (BR)
HB1513 RELATING TO STATE SMALL BOAT HARBORS. FOX (BR)
HB1514 RELATING TO A CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE TWENTY-FIRST REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. FOX, JAFFE
HB1515 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. B. OSHIRO
HB1516 RELATING TO ATTORNEY'S FEES FOR APPOINTED COUNSEL. B. OSHIRO, Hamakawa
HB1517 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL DISTRICTS. B. OSHIRO, MORITA, KANOHO, THIELEN, Schatz
HB1518 RELATING TO THE CONVEYANCE TAX. B. OSHIRO, MORITA, THIELEN, Schatz, Kanoho
HB1519 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL DISTRICTS. B. OSHIRO, Morita, Schatz, Kanoho, Thielen
HB1520 RELATING TO CIVIL SERVICE. B. OSHIRO, TAKAI
HB1521 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. B. OSHIRO, TAKAI
HB1522 RELATING TO CRUISE SHIP WASTE DUMPING. B. OSHIRO
HB1523 RELATING TO PLANT AND NON-DOMESTIC ANIMAL QUARANTINE. B. OSHIRO (BR)
HB1524 RELATING TO LIABILITY. B. OSHIRO, KANOHO, BUKOSKI, MEYER, THIELEN, SCHATZ, MORITA, ITO, JAFFE, Hale
HB1525 RELATING TO CLASS SIZE REDUCTION. B. OSHIRO, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, LUKE, TAKUMI, GARCIA, ABINSAY, MAGAOAY, ARAKAKI, MORITA, SCHATZ, CABREROS, ITO, Hale
HB1526 RELATING TO DOGS. B. OSHIRO, PENDLETON, MAGAOAY, THIELEN, MORITA, SCHATZ, LUKE, SAIKI, Hamakawa
HB1527 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES. B. OSHIRO, KANOHO, SCHATZ, MORITA, THIELEN
HB1528 RELATING TO CONSERVATION AND RESOURCES. B. OSHIRO, KANOHO, MORITA, SCHATZ, Ito
HB1529 RELATING TO WATER POLLUTION. B. OSHIRO, KANOHO, MORITA, SCHATZ, ITO, Hale
HB1530 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE THIRTY-THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. B. OSHIRO
HB1531 RELATING TO HAWAIIANS. HALFORD (BR)
HB1532 RELATING TO ETHANOL AND BIODIESEL. HALFORD
HB1533 RELATING TO SUMMARY POSSESSION. HALFORD
HB1534 RELATING TO SALARY PERIODS FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. HALFORD
HB1535 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL USE OF FALLOW SUGAR LANDS. HALFORD, Lee
HB1536 RELATING TO PENSION PLANS. HALFORD, Lee
HB1537 RELATING TO HEALTH CARE. HAMAKAWA
HB1538 RELATING TO THE UNIFORM CHILD-CUSTODY JURISDICTION AND ENFORCEMENT ACT. HAMAKAWA
HB1539 RELATING TO THE UNIFORM ARBITRATION ACT. HAMAKAWA
HB1540 RELATING TO THE CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION COMMISSION. HAMAKAWA
HB1541 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE II, SECTION 2, OF THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO REPEAL THE DISQUALIFICATION OF MENTALLY INCOMPETENT VOTERS. HAMAKAWA
HB1542 RELATING TO VOTER REGISTRATION. HAMAKAWA
HB1543 RELATING TO MOTOR CARRIERS. HAMAKAWA
HB1544 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE COLLEGE. HAMAKAWA
HB1545 RELATING TO CRIMINAL RECORDS. HAMAKAWA
HB1546 RELATING TO SPECIAL NUMBER PLATES FOR DISABLED VETERANS. SOUKI, KAHIKINA
HB1547 RELATING TO TOWING. SOUKI, Espero, Nakasone
HB1548 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND LONG-TERM CARE BENEFITS PLAN. SOUKI, NAKASONE
HB1549 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES II, III, AND XVII OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO PROVIDE FOR INITIATIVE. SOUKI, SUZUKI, CHANG
HB1550 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR VARIOUS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS IN THE EIGHTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. SOUKI, NAKASONE
HB1551 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE PACIFIC BASIN ECONOMIC COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL GENERAL MEETING. AHU ISA
HB1552 RELATING TO TIME SHARING. AHU ISA
HB1553 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS TO ASSIST INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES. MORITA
HB1554 RELATING TO HYDROGEN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. SAY, MORITA, MAGAOAY, HALE, LEE, SCHATZ, SUZUKI, B. OSHIRO, GARCIA, ABINSAY, WHALEN, KAHIKINA, ESPERO, KANOHO, THIELEN, CABREROS, TAKUMI, LUKE, KAWAKAMI, CHANG, Saiki, Takamine
HB1555 RELATING TO ADOLESCENCE SCHOOL-BASED SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT. ABINSAY, CABREROS, CHANG, SUZUKI, PENDLETON, GOMES, MAGAOAY, GARCIA, Kawakami, Saiki, Takamine, Kahikina, Djou
HB1556 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL LOANS. ABINSAY, MAGAOAY, CASE, CABREROS, SUZUKI, AHU ISA, KAWAKAMI, CHANG, GOMES, KANOHO, Davis, Takumi
HB1557 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE TWENTY-NINTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. ABINSAY
HB1558 RELATING TO DRIVER'S LICENSES. ABINSAY, ESPERO, GARCIA, CABREROS, MAGAOAY, PENDLETON, Souki
HB1559 RELATING TO PRIVACY OF FINANCIAL INFORMATION. HIRAKI
HB1560 RELATING TO SCHOOL-TO-CAREER INITIATIVES. ITO, TAKAI, STONEBRAKER, BUKOSKI, KAHIKINA, LUKE, SUZUKI, Saiki, Schatz, Kawakami, Lee, Garcia, Abinsay
HB1561 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, KAHIKINA, LUKE, SUZUKI, Schatz, Kawakami, Stonebraker, Bukoski, Garcia, Saiki, Lee, Abinsay
HB1562 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR LAPTOPS FOR LEARNING. ITO, TAKAI, SCHATZ, LUKE, Saiki, Kawakami, Abinsay, Lee, Garcia
HB1563 RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, Garcia, Saiki, Kawakami, Abinsay, Lee, Luke
HB1564 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION RELATING TO EDUCATION. ITO, TAKAI, Saiki, Kawakami, Abinsay, Lee, Garcia, Luke
HB1565 RELATING TO STATE PARKS. ITO
HB1566 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FORTY-FOURTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. AUWAE
HB1567 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. SUZUKI
HB1568 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES. SUZUKI
HB1569 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. HAMAKAWA
HB1570 RELATING TO SEXUAL OFFENDERS. NAKASONE
HB1571 RELATING TO LAND USE. NAKASONE
HB1572 RELATING TO CANDIDATES FOR ELECTIVE OFFICE. YONAMINE, CASE, ABINSAY, LEE, KANOHO, Cabreros, Espero, Luke, Ito, Kawakami
HB1573 RELATING TO THE SUMMER PROGRAM FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION. YONAMINE, Ito, Garcia, Abinsay, Arakaki, Kahikina
HB1574 RELATING TO THE YOUTH LEGISLATURE PROGRAM. YONAMINE, TAKAI, ARAKAKI, Ito, Hiraki, Garcia, Lee, Abinsay, Kawakami, Cabreros
HB1575 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND AND THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF THE STATE OF HAWAII. YONAMINE, Hiraki, Kanoho, Garcia, Abinsay, Kawakami, Suzuki
HB1576 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE SEVENTEENTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. MARUMOTO
HB1577 RELATING TO DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID COLLECTION. MARUMOTO, CASE, Morita, Jaffe, Auwae, Souki, Leong, Lee, B. Oshiro, Hale, Meyer, Hamakawa
HB1578 RELATING TO PRIVATIZATION. MARUMOTO
HB1579 RELATING TO PRESCRIPTION INFORMATION DISCLOSURE. MARUMOTO
HB1580 RELATING TO LANDOWNER LIABILITY. NAKASONE (BR)
HB1581 RELATING TO LAND USE. NAKASONE (BR)
HB1582 RELATING TO TEACHERS. HALFORD, Abinsay, Lee
HB1583 RELATING TO TAX CREDIT. HALFORD, Abinsay, Souki
HB1584 RELATING TO FOOD LABELING. CHANG, ABINSAY, B. OSHIRO, MAGAOAY, CABREROS, MORITA, TAKAI, SCHATZ, KANOHO, SOUKI, Suzuki, Ahu Isa, Takumi
HB1585 RELATING TO ASTRONOMY. CHANG, MAGAOAY, CABREROS, KANOHO, KAWAKAMI, B. OSHIRO, TAKAI, SUZUKI, SOUKI, AHU ISA, KAHIKINA, MORITA, Takumi, Schatz
HB1586 RELATING TO UNEMPLOYMENT. KAWAKAMI, KANOHO, MORITA, TAKAMINE
HB1587 RELATING TO ACQUISITION OF HOSPITALS. KAWAKAMI, KANOHO, MORITA
HB1588 RELATING TO CABLE TELEVISION. HIRAKI (BR)
HB1589 RELATING TO TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX. TAKAMINE, KAWAKAMI, HAMAKAWA, Chang, Hale
HB1590 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAKAMINE, HAMAKAWA
HB1591 RELATING TO HEALTH CARE. TAKAMINE, Hale, Hamakawa, Chang
HB1592 RELATING TO HEADLIGHTS. TAKAMINE, HAMAKAWA, HALE
HB1593 RELATING TO SALARY PERIODS. TAKAMINE, HAMAKAWA, ITO, CHANG, HALE
HB1594 RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGE. TAKAMINE, SAIKI, HAMAKAWA, TAKUMI, LUKE, HIRAKI
HB1595 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. TAKAMINE
HB1596 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS TO ASSIST INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES. TAKAMINE
HB1597 RELATING TO THE STATE BUDGET. TAKAMINE
HB1598 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE LOWER HAMAKUA DITCH. TAKAMINE
HB1599 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR UNIFORM LAWS. TAKAMINE
HB1600 RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT. TAKAMINE, HALE, CHANG, Hamakawa
HB1601 RELATING TO THE TOBACCO TAX. TAKAI
HB1602 RELATING TO STADIUMS AND RECREATIONAL FACILITIES. TAKAI, AHU ISA, LEE, TAKUMI, CHANG, Schatz
HB1603 RELATING TO DENTAL HYGIENISTS. TAKAI
HB1604 RELATING TO MEDICAL AND HEALTH INFORMATION PRIVACY. TAKAI (BR)
HB1605 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR A FULL-TIME CHILD'S LIBRARIAN AT THE WAIMANALO SCHOOL AND PUBLIC LIBRARY. GOMES
HB1606 RELATING TO STATE AGRICULTURAL LEASES. GOMES
HB1607 RELATING TO STATE AGRICULTURAL LEASES. GOMES
HB1608 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE TWENTY-SIXTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. LUKE
HB1609 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. LUKE
HB1610 RELATING TO CHILD SUPPORT. LUKE, KANOHO, Garcia, Chang, Yonamine, Takumi, Kahikina, Lee, Hamakawa, Takamine, B. Oshiro, Schatz, Espero, Abinsay, Ahu Isa, Hale, Hiraki
HB1611 RELATING TO THE CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. LUKE, TAKAI, Garcia, Chang, Takumi, Kahikina, Lee, Hamakawa, Takamine, B. Oshiro, Schatz, Kanoho, Espero, Abinsay, Ahu Isa, Hale, Hiraki
HB1612 RELATING TO HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY. LUKE, KANOHO, Takumi, Kahikina, Lee, Hamakawa, Takamine, B. Oshiro, Schatz, Espero, Abinsay, Hale, Hiraki, Ahu Isa
HB1613 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. LUKE, B. OSHIRO, Chang, Kahikina, Lee, Hamakawa, Takamine, Schatz, Kanoho, Espero, Abinsay, Hale, Hiraki, Ahu Isa
HB1614 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. LUKE, KANOHO, Espero, Lee, Abinsay, Hale, Hiraki, Ahu Isa, Hamakawa, Saiki
HB1615 RELATING TO ANTITRUST. LUKE, KANOHO, Takai, Garcia, Chang, Yonamine, Takumi, Kahikina, Lee, Hamakawa, Takamine, B. Oshiro, Schatz, Espero, Abinsay, Hale, Hiraki, Ahu Isa
HB1616 RELATING TO PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS. LUKE (BR)
HB1617 RELATING TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS. STONEBRAKER, MARUMOTO, Davis, Gomes, Jaffe, McDermott, Ito, Ontai, Bukoski, Auwae, Meyer, Halford, Kanoho
HB1618 RELATING TO ABORTION. STONEBRAKER, MOSES, MCDERMOTT, Leong, Ontai, Bukoski, Abinsay, Ahu Isa
HB1619 RELATING TO ABORTION. STONEBRAKER, MOSES, MCDERMOTT, AHU ISA, Leong, Bukoski, Abinsay
HB1620 RELATING TO ABORTION. STONEBRAKER, MCDERMOTT, Leong, Abinsay, Ahu Isa
HB1621 RELATING TO USE OF CELLULAR PHONES WHILE DRIVING. STONEBRAKER, TAKAI, KANOHO, Davis, Marumoto, Auwae, Ito
HB1622 RELATING TO HUMAN FETAL TISSUE. STONEBRAKER, MCDERMOTT, Davis, Whalen, Abinsay, Ito, Ontai, Bukoski, Kanoho
HB1623 RELATING TO ASSAULTS. STONEBRAKER, MOSES, PENDLETON, KANOHO, Bukoski, Djou, Meyer, Thielen, Leong, Auwae
HB1624 RELATING TO EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEM: ANNUAL REPORTS. STONEBRAKER
HB1625 RELATING TO FIREARMS POSSESSION LAWS. STONEBRAKER, ITO, DJOU, Marumoto, Lee, Bukoski, Kanoho
HB1626 RELATING TO THE COLLECTION OF DNA FINGERPRINTING OF CONVICTED FELONS. STONEBRAKER, MARUMOTO, MCDERMOTT, FOX, ONTAI, DJOU, PENDLETON, THIELEN, LEONG, Davis, Gomes, Jaffe, Magaoay, Ito, Bukoski, Lee, Kanoho
HB1627 RELATING TO PURE HAWAIIAN DRINKING WATER. STONEBRAKER, PENDLETON, Davis, Ontai, Bukoski
HB1628 RELATING TO A FLUORIDE ALTERNATIVE SOLUTION. STONEBRAKER, MOSES, PENDLETON, Bukoski, Auwae, Kanoho
HB1629 RELATING TO TEACHERS. STONEBRAKER, PENDLETON, Bukoski, Gomes, Kanoho
HB1630 RELATING TO A STATE BOARD FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS. STONEBRAKER, MEYER, Davis, Marumoto, Pendleton, Ito, Kanoho, Auwae
HB1631 RELATING TO CENTURY CHARTER SCHOOLS. STONEBRAKER, Bukoski, Djou, Gomes, Moses
HB1632 RELATING TO CHARTER SCHOOLS. STONEBRAKER, GOMES, PENDLETON, Bukoski, Djou, Kanoho, Auwae
HB1633 RELATING TO CHARTER SCHOOLS. STONEBRAKER, PENDLETON, MCDERMOTT, ONTAI, Bukoski, Djou, Gomes
HB1634 RELATING TO EDUCATION. STONEBRAKER, Davis, Ito, Ontai, Bukoski, Djou, Auwae, Meyer
HB1635 RELATING TO SCHOOLS. STONEBRAKER, PENDLETON, Bukoski, Kanoho
HB1636 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR COMMUNITY-BASED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. ESPERO, LUKE, Saiki, Hamakawa, Cabreros, Davis, Schatz, Kahikina
HB1637 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM. ESPERO, MORITA, LEE, Hale, Souki
HB1638 RELATING TO SPECIAL WASTES RECYCLING. ESPERO, MORITA, TAKAI, LEE, MAGAOAY, SCHATZ, YOSHINAGA, KAHIKINA, LUKE, HAMAKAWA, ABINSAY, CABREROS, KANOHO, SUZUKI, GARCIA, STONEBRAKER, Hale, Yonamine, Saiki, Chang, Hiraki, Souki, Takumi, Kawakami, Davis, Leong, Nakasone
HB1639 RELATING TO ABORTION. ESPERO, KAHIKINA, AHU ISA, CABREROS, Abinsay, Souki
HB1640 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. ESPERO, GARCIA, MORITA, MAGAOAY, Luke, Schatz, Kahikina, Abinsay, Takumi, Souki
HB1641 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FORTY-FIRST REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. ESPERO
HB1642 RELATING TO SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES. B. OSHIRO
HB1643 RELATING TO HIGHWAY SAFETY. WHALEN, MARUMOTO, CASE, MOSES, THIELEN, Stonebraker, Davis, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Auwae
HB1644 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS. WHALEN, Marumoto, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Moses, Auwae, Ahu Isa, Pendleton
HB1645 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN SPENDING. WHALEN
HB1646 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. WHALEN
HB1647 RELATING TO MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS. WHALEN, GOMES, Marumoto, Davis, Moses, Thielen, Hale, Pendleton
HB1648 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE MACADAMIA NUT INDUSTRY. WHALEN, Davis, Gomes, Moses, Auwae, Hale, Morita, Ahu Isa
HB1649 RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX. WHALEN, FOX, MCDERMOTT, PENDLETON, Djou, Ontai
HB1650 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. WHALEN, MARUMOTO, THIELEN, GOMES, MOSES, AUWAE, AHU ISA, DJOU, PENDLETON
HB1651 RELATING TO INTOXICATING LIQUOR. WHALEN, MARUMOTO, MOSES, THIELEN, Case, Davis, Jaffe, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Auwae, Hale, Ahu Isa, Pendleton
HB1652 RELATING TO ENERGY. WHALEN, MORITA, PENDLETON, Fox, Ontai
HB1653 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES. WHALEN, RATH, STONEBRAKER, FOX, MOSES, THIELEN, Davis, Leong, Jaffe, Gomes, Ontai, Auwae
HB1654 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 4, AND ADDING A NEW SECTION TO ARTICLE XVIII OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION TO INCREASE THE TERM OF OFFICE, PROVIDE FOR STAGGERED TERMS, AND ESTABLISH TERM LIMITS FOR MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. WHALEN, AUWAE, Marumoto, Stonebraker, Davis, Moses, Jaffe, Thielen, Gomes, Fox
HB1655 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MAUI INVASIVE SPECIES COMMITTEE FY 2001 ACTION PLAN. MORITA
HB1656 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A WAIALUA-HALEIWA STORMWATER DRAINAGE MASTER PLAN. MAGAOAY, MCDERMOTT, Lee, Halford, Pendleton, Abinsay, Thielen
HB1657 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. MAGAOAY, MCDERMOTT, B. Oshiro, Halford, Pendleton, Abinsay, Thielen, Souki
HB1658 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE PLANNING OF AN ALTERNATE ACCESS ROAD FOR THE NORTH SHORE. MAGAOAY, LEE, THIELEN, Ontai, McDermott, Halford, Pendleton, Abinsay
HB1659 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE RESIDENTS OF MAUNALAHA SUBDIVISION. SCHATZ
HB1660 RELATING TO STUDENTS. SCHATZ, Saiki, Lee, Luke, Garcia, Nakasone, Say
HB1661 RELATING TO BINGO. AHU ISA (BR), CHANG, Suzuki, Souki
HB1662 RELATING TO THE HIGH TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. SAY (BR)
HB1663 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. SAY (BR)
HB1664 RELATING TO ACT 278, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1999. SAY (BR)
HB1665 RELATING TO ACT 316, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1993, AS AMENDED BY ACT 157, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1995. SAY (BR)
HB1666 RELATING TO THE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS. SAY (BR)
HB1667 RELATING TO STUDENT LOANS FOR TEACHERS. SAY (BR)
HB1668 RELATING TO REHIRING RETIRED TEACHERS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. SAY (BR)
HB1669 RELATING TO NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION FOR DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TEACHERS. SAY
HB1670 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND CONTINUATION OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOLS. SAY (BR)
HB1671 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAY (BR)
HB1672 RELATING TO THE CONVENTION CENTER. SAY
HB1673 RELATING TO IMPORTED AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. SAY
HB1674 RELATING TO A GAMING-FUNDED LONG-TERM CARE PROGRAM. SAY
HB1675 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. TAKAI (BR)
HB1676 RELATING TO FORCE-PLACED INSURANCE. HALFORD
HB1677 RELATING TO THE HAWAII NATIONAL GUARD. SAIKI (BR), ESPERO
HB1678 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAY, SAIKI
HB1679 RELATING TO DILLINGHAM AIRFIELD. MAGAOAY
HB1680 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEE HEALTH BENEFITS. SOUKI, YOSHINAGA, NAKASONE
HB1681 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF HIGHWAY REVENUE BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO PIILANI HIGHWAY, MAUI. SOUKI, NAKASONE
HB1682 RELATING TO DRIVER EDUCATION. SOUKI (BR)
HB1683 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. SOUKI (BR)
HB1684 RELATING TO STATE AND LOCAL TAXATION OF MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES. SOUKI, Chang, Say
HB1685 RELATING TO TAXATION. SOUKI, GARCIA, YOSHINAGA, SUZUKI, CHANG, Takamine, Ahu Isa, Say
HB1686 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL FACILITY REVENUE BONDS FOR INTER-ISLAND MARITIME TRANSPORTATION. SOUKI, ESPERO
HB1687 RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. SOUKI, Ahu Isa, Suzuki, Chang, Say
HB1688 RELATING TO TELEPHONE SOLICITATION. HALFORD
HB1689 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. YOSHINAGA
HB1690 RELATING TO TAX CREDIT. YOSHINAGA
HB1691 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES. YOSHINAGA (BR)
HCR1 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO ADDRESS THE LEGISLATURE ASSEMBLED IN JOINT SESSION. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, FOX
HCR2 RELATING TO RECESS DAYS FOR THE REGULAR SESSION OF 2001. M. OSHIRO, FOX
HCR3 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF DEVELOPING WAVE POWER AS A RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCE FOR HAWAII. THIELEN, HALE, MORITA, SCHATZ, GOMES, JAFFE, MEYER, B. OSHIRO, Takumi, Bukoski, Ito
HCR4 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CREATE AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-LEVEL PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM. ARAKAKI, ITO, TAKAI, LEE, LUKE, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, AHU ISA, MORITA, M. OSHIRO
HCR5 REQUESTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PLAN THAT ENCOURAGES PARENTS TO BECOME MORE ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN THEIR CHILDREN'S EDUCATION. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, LUKE, KAHIKINA, ESPERO
HCR6 REQUESTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PLAN TO IMPROVE ORAL HEALTH FOR CHILDREN IN THE STATE. ARAKAKI, ABINSAY, KAHIKINA, LEE, LUKE, ESPERO, KAWAKAMI, B. OSHIRO, MAGAOAY, MEYER, AHU ISA, MORITA, M. OSHIRO, CABREROS, TAKAMINE, MOSES
HCR7 REQUESTING CONTINUED DISCUSSION FOR A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF CURRENT CHILD PROTECTION LAWS. ARAKAKI, AHU ISA, MORITA, KAWAKAMI, M. OSHIRO, Takai, Meyer, Auwae, Luke, Leong
HCR8 URGING THE IDENTIFICATION OF INAPPROPRIATE AND PORNOGRAPHIC MATERIAL ON THE INTERNET. ARAKAKI, TAKAI
HCR9 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CREATE AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-LEVEL PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM. ARAKAKI, THIELEN, ABINSAY, LEE, Halford, Ontai, Hamakawa, Gomes
HCR10 REJECTING AND URGING ALL OTHER STATES AND CONGRESS TO REJECT LEGISLATION THAT WOULD EXEMPT INDEPENDENT, COMPETING HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS FROM ANTITRUST LAWS AND ALLOW THEM TO FORM CARTELS. MCDERMOTT
HCR11 AUTHORIZING THE LEASE OF SUBMERGED LANDS AT DUKE KAHANAMOKU BEACH AT WAIKIKI, HONOLULU, OAHU, FOR PIER PURPOSES. SAY (BR)
HCR12 SUBMITTING TO THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF HAWAII FOR REVIEW OF ACTION TAKEN BY THE BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES ON LAND EXCHANGES. SAY (BR)
HCR13 AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF EASEMENT COVERING PORTION OF SUBMERGED LANDS AT LAHAINA, MAUI, HAWAII, FOR CONCRETE PIER AND DECK PURPOSES. SAY (BR)
HCR14 RELATEDTO SUPPORTING THE FUNDING OF A SECOND AMBULANCE TO SERVE THE WAIANAE COAST. AUWAE, TAKAI, MCDERMOTT, MOSES, GOMES, Meyer, Thielen, Djou, Marumoto, Lee, Yoshinaga
HCR15 REQUESTING A STUDY TO ASCERTAIN WHAT LAWS, RULES, OR OTHER MEASURES MAY BE PUT IN PLACE TO ADDRESS POSSIBLE CONFLICTS OF INTERESTS OF THE MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE. SAY (BR)
HCR16 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO INVESTIGATE THE THREAT POSED BY ALIEN CARIBBEAN FROGS TO NATIVE FAUNA AND TO TAKE APPROPRIATE ACTIONS TO MITIGATE THEIR DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS. SAY (BR)
HCR17 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HUMAN SERVICES, HEALTH, AND LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS TO EXAMINE TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAMS FOR YOUTHS IN FOSTER CARE. ARAKAKI, Auwae, Fox, Lee, Morita, Kawakami, Takumi, Yonamine
HCR18 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCLUDE A PARENTING COMPONENT IN SCHOOL CURRICULUM. ARAKAKI, Auwae, Morita, Lee, Kawakami, Takumi, Yonamine
HCR19 REQUESTING THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII TO INVESTIGATE THE SECTION 8 HOUSING POLICY IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES. DJOU, SUZUKI, CASE, Morita, Gomes, Auwae, Bukoski, Halford, Meyer
HCR20 REQUESTING A STUDY ON GRANTING LIMITED PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY TO PSYCHOLOGISTS CERTIFIED IN PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY. ARAKAKI, Espero, Kanoho, Lee, Kahikina, Takai, Yonamine, Auwae
HCR21 REQUESTING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO REAFFIRM ITS SPECIAL POLITICAL RELATIONSHIP TO NATIVE HAWAIIANS UNDER THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED, WHICH IS REAFFIRMED HEREIN BY THE STATE OF HAWAII LEGISLATURE, AND FURTHER REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO EFFECTUATE THE LEGISLATURE'S REAFFIRMATION. KAHIKINA, MORITA, AHU ISA, YONAMINE, CHANG, ARAKAKI, BUKOSKI, MAGAOAY, KAWAKAMI, AUWAE, B. OSHIRO, FOX, DJOU, LUKE, CASE, ESPERO, SUZUKI, CABREROS, MOSES, THIELEN, HAMAKAWA, MEYER, LEE, MCDERMOTT, TAKAI, Kanoho, Gomes, Hiraki, Takumi, Souki, Hale, Whalen, Halford, Schatz, Pendleton
HCR22 SUPPORTING THE STATE OF HAWAII’S HOPE VI REVITALIZATION GRANT APPLICATION FOR KUHIO PARK TERRACE AND URGING THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT TO ACT FAVORABLY ON THE APPLICATION. KAHIKINA (BR)
HCR23 REQUESTING FEDERAL SUPPORT OF HAWAIIAN SELF-GOVERNANCE. KAHIKINA, KANOHO, AHU ISA, KAWAKAMI, MORITA, AUWAE, BUKOSKI, DAVIS, ONTAI
HCR24 APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF STATE-PROVINCE RELATIONS OF FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN THE STATE OF HAWAII OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE PROVINCE OF THUA THEIN-HUE OF THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. SCHATZ, LEONG, MARUMOTO, SUZUKI, CHANG, Abinsay, Takumi, Magaoay, Ahu Isa
HCR25 REQUESTING THE COUNTIES TO ALLOW REAL PROPERTY TAXES TO BE PAID QUARTERLY. CABREROS
HCR26 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT AN AUDIT OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES BRANCH OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. MORITA, THIELEN, TAKAI, SCHATZ, LEE, TAKUMI, KAWAKAMI, ARAKAKI
HCR27 REQUESTING THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO REVIEW AND COMPARE SELECTED PROVISIONS OF HAWAII FAMILY LAW. ARAKAKI, Lee, Kahikina, Fox, Morita, Takumi
HCR28 REQUESTING THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH DENY A NPDES PERMIT WAIVER FOR EXPERIMENTS BY THE PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR HIGH TECHNOLOGY TO INJECT 63 TONS OF LIQUID CARBON DIOXIDE INTO THE OCEAN OFF THE NELHA SITE ON KEAHOLE POINT. RATH, WHALEN
HCR29 URGING THE FORMATION OF A WORKING GROUP TO DEVELOP A STATEWIDE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM FOR LONG-TERM CARE PROVIDERS. ARAKAKI, Kahikina, Espero, Morita, Lee
HCR30 PROCLAIMING MAY 2001 AS HEALTH AND WELLNESS AWARENESS MONTH. CHANG, Hiraki, Case, Jaffe, Halford, Meyer, Souki, Takumi, Fox, Hale, Magaoay, Schatz, Rath
HCR31 REQUESTING A DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION POLICY TO INCORPORATE A FINE ARTS REQUIREMENT INTO THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. CHANG, Hiraki, Case, Jaffe, Halford, Souki, Takumi, Fox, Hale, Garcia, Magaoay, Luke
HCR32 REQUESTING THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM TO EXAMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF PURCHASING A LAS VEGAS CASINO. CHANG, KAHIKINA, FOX, Abinsay, Garcia, Suzuki, Souki, Magaoay
HCR33 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO ESTABLISH MANDATORY COMMUNITY SERVICE, WORK EXPERIENCE, OR SERVICE LEARNING AS A REQUIREMENT FOR GRADUATION FROM HIGH SCHOOL. TAKAI, ITO
HCR34 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING AN INTER-ISLAND FERRY SYSTEM BETWEEN ALL OF THE ISLANDS. SOUKI, YOSHINAGA, ESPERO, MOSES, Nakasone, Garcia, Rath
HCR35 REQUESTING THE CREATION OF A COORDINATING COMMITTEE TO OVERSEE THE CARE OF MEDICALLY FRAGILE CHILDREN. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, Hiraki, Takumi, Garcia, Yonamine, McDermott, Ito, Kawakami, Takai, Auwae, Lee
HCR36 REQUESTING ESTABLISHMENT OF A TASK FORCE TO ASSESS AND DETERMINE WAYS TO REDUCE THE PAPERWORK AND DUPLICATIVE PROCESS REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN AND FELIX CLASS CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, AUWAE, KAHIKINA, M. Oshiro, Takumi, Ito, Abinsay, Lee, Morita, Ontai, Stonebraker, McDermott, Garcia, Kawakami
HCR37 REQUESTING THE NATURAL ENERGY LABORATORY OF HAWAII AUTHORITY TO REVIVE ITS PROPOSAL FOR THE REACTIVATION OF THE NOI`I O PUNA RESEARCH CENTER. HALE, CHANG, WHALEN, MORITA, KANOHO, RATH, Hamakawa, Takamine
HCR38 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO SUBMIT A REPORT ON ALIEN SPECIES PROGRAMS. SOUKI, Nakasone
HCR39 REQUESTING THE POLICE DEPARTMENTS TO ADOPT A RISK-FOCUSED POLICING MODEL. THIELEN, MCDERMOTT, Lee, Yonamine, Kawakami, Stonebraker, Cabreros, Ahu Isa, Takai, Kahikina, Bukoski, Arakaki
HCR40 STRONGLY URGING THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO LEAD THE NATION AND IMMEDIATELY ADDRESS THE PROBLEM OF HIGH COST OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS FOR ALL AMERICANS. ARAKAKI, TAKUMI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, ITO, KAWAKAMI, SCHATZ, LEE, AHU ISA, AUWAE, SUZUKI, GARCIA, Cabreros, Hiraki, Souki, Yonamine
HCR41 REQUESTING THAT PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES DOING BUSINESS IN HAWAII DEVELOP A MORE CONSUMER FRIENDLY UNIFIED SYSTEM FOR FREE PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. ARAKAKI, TAKUMI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, ITO, KAWAKAMI, SOUKI, AHU ISA, SUZUKI, LEE, Schatz, Auwae, Yonamine, Cabreros, Garcia, Hiraki
HCR42 REQUESTING THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND TO EXAMINE THE POSSIBILITIES FOR COST SAVINGS AND PREMIUM REDUCTIONS THROUGH THE PROVISION OF HEALTH TESTING. ITO
HCR43 REQUESTING A STUDY TO ALLOW INTER-ISLAND LEGISLATIVE TESTIMONY. RATH
HCR44 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO INVESTIGATE THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY'S ROLE IN STIMULATING HAWAII'S ECONOMY. AHU ISA
HCR45 REQUESTING THE SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP A DEMONSTRATION PROJECT FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS IN THE PEARL CITY HIGH SCHOOL COMPLEX. YONAMINE, TAKAI, ITO, TAKUMI, AHU ISA, GARCIA, Takamine, Arakaki, Souki, Kahikina
HCR46 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES TO CONSULT WITH THE SHERIFF’S DIVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY IN THE PLANNING AND DESIGN OF NEW PUBLIC FACILITIES. GARCIA, SCHATZ, MOSES, Davis, Saiki, M. Oshiro, Souki, Luke, Espero, Lee, Nakasone
HCR47 REQUESTING THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, IN PLANNING AND DEVELOPING NEW PERMANENT SCHOOL FACILITIES AND NEW SCHOOL CAMPUSES, GIVE PRIORITY TO THOSE SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS THAT INDICATE THE GREATEST EVIDENCE OF OVERCROWDING. GARCIA, MAGAOAY, MOSES, ITO, ABINSAY, LEE, TAKAI, Takumi, Saiki, Schatz, Espero, Luke, M. Oshiro, Nakasone
HCR48 URGING HEALTH CARE PLANS AND PROVIDERS TO PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR AND UTILIZE HEARING SCREENING IN OLDER PATIENTS. LEE, Garcia, Morita, Hale, Suzuki, Magaoay, Luke, Schatz
HCR49 URGING THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDE IMMEDIATE AND LONG TERM HUMANITARIAN RELIEF AID TO DISPLACED AFGHAN PEOPLE IN AFGHANISTAN AND IN REFUGEE CAMPS IN PAKISTAN AND IRAN. LEE, Garcia, Morita, Hale, Magaoay, Luke, Schatz
HCR50 REQUESTING EQUAL TREATMENT FOR JAPANESE LATIN AMERICANS INTERNED IN THE UNITED STATES DURING WORLD WAR II. LEE, SCHATZ, MORITA, Hale, Magaoay, B. Oshiro, Thielen, Hiraki
HCR51 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO JOINTLY DETERMINE WHETHER THE DIAGNOSIS OF CHILDREN WITH "ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER" OR "ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER" IN HAWAII HAS BEEN EXCESSIVE, WHETHER HAWAII'S CHILDREN ARE BEING SUBJECTED TO EXCESSIVE USE OF PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS TO MODIFY THEIR BEHAVIOR, AND TO RESEARCH, EXAMINE, AND RECOMMEND NON-DRUG ALTERNATIVES. THIELEN, Chang, Luke, Kahikina, Arakaki, Lee
HCR52 REQUESTING AN INVENTORY OF THE STATE SUGARCANE LANDS. KAHIKINA
HCR53 REQUESTING A REPORT ON WATER LICENSES. KAHIKINA
HCR54 REQUESTING A REPORT ON THE STATUS OF THE NATIVE HAWAIIAN REHABILITATION FUND. KAHIKINA
HCR55 URGING THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND NA KEIKI LAW CENTER TO DETERMINE IF THE CIVIL RIGHTS OF PETER KEMA, JR., WERE VIOLATED DUE TO NEGLIGENCE BY THE STATE OF HAWAII AND HAWAII COUNTY. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, ITO, HALE, McDermott, Auwae, Stonebraker, Lee, Kawakami
HCR56 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO REEVALUATE THE BOUNDARIES OF THE HILO BAY RECREATIONAL THRILL CRAFT ZONE. HAMAKAWA
HCR57 SUPPORTING THE ACQUISITION OF KAHUKU RANCH BY THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL PARK SERVICE FOR EXPANSION OF THE HAWAII VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK. HALE, Whalen, Takamine, Kanoho
HCR58 COMMENDING THE ACADEMY OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM AND THE ACADEMY OF FINANCE PROGRAMS AT WAIPAHU HIGH SCHOOL AND OTHER HIGH SCHOOLS AND URGING THE CONTINUED SUPPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY BOARD. GARCIA, LEE, ESPERO, M. OSHIRO, AHU ISA, Fox, Schatz, Nakasone, Luke, Chang, Takumi
HCR59 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION AND THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM, WITH THE ASSISTANCE AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE HAWAII TELEVISION AND FILM DEVELOPMENT BOARD, TO CONSIDER CHANGES TO THE CRITERIA FOR THE MOTION PICTURE AND TELEVISION TAX CREDITS. AHU ISA
HCR60 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO STUDY ISSUES CONCERNING TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DISORDER, THE HEALTH CONSEQUENCES OF NOT TREATING THE DISORDER, AND TO RECOMMEND WHETHER HEALTH CARE COVERAGE FOR TREATMENT OF TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DISORDER SHOULD BE REQUIRED IN HAWAII. WHALEN
HCR61 REQUESTING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO OFFER SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT TEST PREPARATION COURSES IN PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS FOR ELECTIVE CREDIT. TAKAI, ITO
HCR62 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO ESTABLISH THE STUDENT CRIMESTOPPERS PROGRAM IN ALL HAWAII DEPARTMENTAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO MAINTAIN A SAFE AND SECURE ENVIRONMENT IN ALL PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TAKAI, ITO
HCR63 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO IMPROVE STUDENT LAVATORIES IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TAKAI, ITO
HCR64 OPPOSING ANY RESUMPTION OF THE PROPOSAL TO CONDUCT CARBON DIOXIDE EXPERIMENTS OFF THE KONA COAST. HALE, Whalen, Kanoho, Takamine
HCR65 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO COMPLETE A STUDY ON EXPANDING THE COLLECTION OF DNA SAMPLES TO INCLUDE ALL CONVICTED FELONS. MARUMOTO, Hamakawa, Stonebraker, Auwae, Souki, Whalen, Chang, Kanoho, Gomes, Morita, Case, Ahu Isa
HCR66 REQUESTING THAT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII RENAME THE RAINBOW BASEBALL STADIUM TO THE LES MURAKAMI BASEBALL STADIUM. KAWAKAMI, MAGAOAY, Takamine, M. Oshiro, Morita, Case, B. Oshiro, Lee, Chang, Takumi, Cabreros, Espero, Luke, Say, Kanoho, Souki, Yonamine, Arakaki, Ahu Isa, Ito, Kahikina, Hiraki, Abinsay
HCR67 REQUESTING IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPREHENSIVE MASTER PLAN FOR KOKEE AND WAIMEA CANYON STATE PARKS. KAWAKAMI, KANOHO, MORITA, Chang, Luke, Yonamine, Arakaki, Takumi, Abinsay, Ahu Isa, Ito, Cabreros, Hiraki, Saiki, Magaoay, Espero
HCR68 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR'S SPECIAL ASSISTANT ON HOUSING TO CONVENE A ROUNDTABLE TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP A LONG-TERM PLAN TO BUILD MORE AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR FAMILIES, KUPUNA, AND THE HOMELESS. KAHIKINA
HCR69 REQUESTING THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO DECLARE WAIKIKI BEACH A SMOKE-FREE AREA. AHU ISA
HCR70 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO EXAMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF ADDING SURFING AS A SPORT TO THE OAHU INTERSCHOLASTIC ASSOCIATION. M. OSHIRO
HCR71 RECOGNIZING AND COMMENDING THE WORK OF ISLAND TENANTS ON THE RISE FOR THEIR CONTINUING EFFORTS TO BRING LOW-INCOME PEOPLE INTO ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS. KAHIKINA
HCR72 REQUESTING AN AUDIT OF THE OUT-OF-STATE INMATE TRANSFER PROGRAM. GARCIA, DJOU, TAKAI, MOSES, Schatz, Lee, Espero, Souki, Rath, Nakasone, Luke, M. Oshiro, Arakaki
HCR73 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATURE TO AFFIRM THE FREEDOM OF AN INDIVIDUAL TO CHOOSE TO DONATE THEIR ORGANS. LEONG, Auwae, Davis, Hiraki, Ahu Isa, Kahikina, Espero, Lee, Kawakami, Ito, Yoshinaga, Morita, Jaffe, Case, Thielen, Pendleton, Marumoto, Gomes, Meyer
HCR74 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO DECLARE A HIGHWAY EMERGENCY AT MAKAPUU POINT PURSUANT TO HAWAII REVISED STATUTES SECTION 264-17. GOMES
HCR75 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO NEGOTIATE WITH KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS, BISHOP MUSEUM, AND THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS TO LEASE KALIHI VALLEY DISTRICT PARK FOR A NATIVE HAWAIIAN EDUCATION CENTER. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, AHU ISA, KANOHO, HALE, TAKAI, CABREROS, Abinsay, Ontai, Schatz, Kawakami
HCR76 REQUESTING THE UNITED NATIONS TO CONSIDER THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CENTER FOR THE HEALTH, WELFARE, AND RIGHTS OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH IN HAWAII AND REQUESTING SUPPORT FOR THE CENTER FROM THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, KAHIKINA, SCHATZ, B. OSHIRO, AHU ISA, MORITA, B. OSHIRO, Chang, Magaoay, Hiraki, Takumi, Cabreros, Abinsay, Kawakami, Lee
HCR77 REQUESTING THE STATE HEALTH PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY TO DEVELOP A "STATE OF HAWAII HEALTH POLICY GUIDEBOOK" BASED ON THE HAWAII HEALTH PERFORMANCE PLAN. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, Yonamine, Ito, Lee, McDermott
HCR78 REQUESTING A STUDY REGARDING THE EFFICACY AND EFFICIENCY OF EEG BIOFEEDBACK IN THE TREATMENT OF ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDERS, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, AND CRIMINAL RECIDIVISM. ARAKAKI, KAWAKAMI, MCDERMOTT, B. OSHIRO, ABINSAY, Takumi, Garcia, Lee
HCR79 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HUMAN SERVICES AND HEALTH TO CONVENE AN AD HOC TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY TO UTILIZE FAITH-BASED HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES IN HAWAII. ARAKAKI, M. OSHIRO, KANOHO, FOX
HCR80 REQUESTING A HAWAII STATE LAW ON EMPLOYMENT OF SEVERELY HANDICAPPED PERSONS. TAKAI, B. OSHIRO
HCR81 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO PROCLAIM DECEMBER 15 AS BILL OF RIGHTS DAY. TAKAI, Takumi, Ito
HCR82 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO ASSESS THE SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL EFFECTS OF REQUIRING HEALTH INSURERS TO OFFER COVERAGE FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY DISORDER SERVICES. TAKAI, ARAKAKI
HCR83 ENDORSING THE PROCLAMATION OF FEBRUARY AS NATIONAL HEART FAILURE AWARENESS MONTH. TAKAI, ARAKAKI
HCR84 URGING PRESIDENT BUSH AND THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO INCREASE FUNDING FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION TO MEET THE FEDERAL COMMITMENT UNDER THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT. TAKAI, ITO, ARAKAKI, SAIKI
HCR85 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM TO REPORT ON THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF PRIVATIZING THE HONOLULU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. DJOU
HCR86 SUPPORTING EFFORTS TO FUND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE LANAKILA MULTI-PURPOSE SENIOR CENTER. AHU ISA, ARAKAKI
HCR87 URGING THE U.S. CONGRESS AND THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO ESTABLISH AND FUND A U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - PACIFIC BASIN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTER - MANAGED CACAO GERMPLASM CENTER IN HAWAII. CHANG, Abinsay, Kawakami, Cabreros, B. Oshiro, Takumi, Hiraki, Magaoay, Suzuki, Case, Schatz, Kanoho, Yonamine, Souki, Hamakawa, Arakaki, Morita, Ahu Isa, Luke, Takai, Saiki, Lee, Say, Hale
HCR88 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO CONSIDER HOW THE HILO AREA CAN MAXIMIZE THE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES PRESENTED BY THE CRUISE INDUSTRY. CHANG, HAMAKAWA, HALE, TAKAMINE, AHU ISA, Suzuki, Magaoay, Abinsay, Takumi, Case
HCR89 REQUESTING THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO STUDY SAFE ACCESS TO VIEW AND LEARN ABOUT HAWAII VOLCANOES. CHANG, AHU ISA, SUZUKI, HALE, KAHIKINA, Schatz, Say, Magaoay, Luke, Case, Saiki, Takai, Hiraki, Takumi, Arakaki, Morita, Kanoho, Souki, Hamakawa, Yoshinaga, Lee
HCR90 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM TO EXPLORE WITH THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE THE FEASIBILITY OF SCHEDULING A PRE-SEASON NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE GAME IN HAWAII. CHANG, SUZUKI, MAGAOAY, YOSHINAGA, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, HALE, ARAKAKI, AHU ISA, KANOHO, Souki, Hamakawa, Lee, Say, Hiraki, Case, Takumi, Morita, Luke, Saiki
HCR91 REQUESTING A MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL AUDIT OF THE COMPREHENSIVE STUDENT SUPPORT SYSTEM OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. KAWAKAMI, Abinsay, Arakaki, Kahikina, Lee, Ito, M. Oshiro, Nakasone, Saiki, Chang, Garcia, Takumi, Schatz, Hale, Takamine, Cabreros, Morita, Kanoho, Souki
HCR92 REQUESTING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR STATE ROAD AND BRIDGE PROJECTS. MORITA, Nakasone, Souki, Takamine
HCR93 URGING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO DESIGNATE A NEW NATIONAL PARK FROM KEONE'O'IO TO KANALOA POINT ON THE SOUTHEAST COAST OF MAUI. MORITA, HALFORD, BUKOSKI, Souki, Nakasone, Davis
HCR94 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO ESTABLISH A TASK FORCE TO GATHER PUBLIC INPUT AND RECOMMEND STATUTORY CAVE LAW. MORITA
HCR95 SUPPORTING THE FUTURE PRESERVATION OF MAHA'ULEPU. MORITA, KAWAKAMI, KANOHO, B. OSHIRO, Schatz
HCR96 APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A SISTER STATE/CITY RELATIONSHIP FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BETWEEN THE STATE OF HAWAII AND THE MUNICIPALITIES OF TAIPEI AND TAINAN. AHU ISA
HCR97 URGING THE GOVERNOR TO DECLARE MARCH 2001 HAWAII WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH IN THE STATE OF HAWAII. MORITA, THIELEN, LEE, MARUMOTO, JAFFE, MEYER, LEONG, B. OSHIRO, MAGAOAY, KAWAKAMI, AHU ISA, AUWAE, HALE, LUKE, YOSHINAGA, ESPERO, KAHIKINA, CHANG, ITO, Fox, Souki
HCR98 REQUESTING THE DETERMINATION OF A STATE LEAD AGENCY ON ALIEN SPECIES TO DEAL WITH THE PROBLEM OF ALIEN SPECIES INVASIONS AND THEIR IMPACT ON HAWAII'S NATIVE ECOSYSTEMS. KANOHO
HCR99 CALLING FOR THE REPORTING OF ALL ONGOING AND PLANNED WORK WITH GENETIC ENGINEERING IN THE STATE OF HAWAII. SAY
HCR100 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONTINUE TO OVERSEE, ON THE LEGISLATURE'S BEHALF, THE STATE'S EFFORTS TO PROVIDE EFFECTIVE SERVICES TO FELIX CLASS CHILDREN. SAY
HCR101 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII TO STUDY THE ADVISABILITY OF ADDING ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH BIOFEEDBACK TO THE ROSTER OF "BEST PRACTICES" TREATMENTS AFFORDED CHILDREN AND YOUTHS IN THE STATE OF HAWAII UNDER THE FELIX CONSENT DECREE. SAY
HCR102 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO STUDY THE SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL IMPACT OF MANDATORY HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR ACUPUNCTURE SERVICES. SAY
HCR103 REQUESTING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, THROUGH THE SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION, TO GROUP AND RANK ALL LOWER EDUCATION PROGRAMS, INCLUDING SUPPLEMENTARY PROGRAMS, ACCORDING TO THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO THE MISSION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. CASE
HCR104 REQUESTING THE JUDICIARY TO ORDER DEFENDANTS IN ANIMAL CRUELTY CASES TO PAY FOR, AND SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE, COUNSELING DESIGNED TO EVALUATE AND TREAT BEHAVIOR OR CONDUCT DISORDERS. MCDERMOTT
HCR105 REQUESTING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO DREDGE AND CLEAN THE HALAWA STREAM. MCDERMOTT, B. OSHIRO, Yonamine, Rath, Case, Hiraki, Ontai, Bukoski
HCR106 REQUESTING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, THROUGH THE SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION, TO WITHHOLD FUNDS FOR TEXTBOOK ACQUISITION/REPLACEMENT FROM SCHOOLS THAT ARE NOT IN COMPLIANCE WITH BOARD OF EDUCATION POLICY NO. 2240 CONCERNING INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS. MCDERMOTT, Rath, Leong, Ontai
HCR107 URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO ALLOW THE STATES TO MAKE CHAPTER 1 OF THE EDUCATION CONSOLIDATION AND IMPROVEMENT ACT A "PORTABLE" BENEFIT BY HAVING FEDERAL FUNDS "FOLLOW THE CHILD", RATHER THAN TARGET SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES WITH THE GREATEST NEED. MCDERMOTT
HCR108 URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO "BLOCK GRANT" CHAPTER 1 OF THE EDUCATION CONSOLIDATION AND IMPROVEMENT ACT INTO A SINGLE FEDERAL GRANT PROGRAM WITH THE GOAL OF HELPING CHILDREN OVERCOME POVERTY'S NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THEIR SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT. MCDERMOTT
HCR109 SUPPORTING THE KAMEHAMEHA HIGHWAY BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT. MCDERMOTT, B. OSHIRO, Case, Fox, Ontai, Marumoto
HCR110 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO PROVIDE THE MOST EFFECTIVE RESEARCH-BASED READING INSTRUCTION FOR CHILDREN IN GRADES KINDERGARTEN THROUGH THIRD GRADE. MCDERMOTT, B. OSHIRO, MOSES, Hale, Leong, Case, Fox, Bukoski, Marumoto
HCR111 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS OF AGRICULTURE AND LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO ADDRESS THE DISREPAIR OF KAILUA RESERVOIR. GOMES, KANOHO, Abinsay
HCR112 REQUESTING THE STATE AUDITOR TO STUDY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES' FAILURE TO DETERMINE THE FAIR MARKET RENTAL OF LEASES DURING SCHEDULED REOPENING PERIODS IN A TIMELY MANNER AND THE RETROACTIVE RAISING OF LEASE RENTS RESULTING FROM SUCH FAILURE. GOMES, Abinsay, Kanoho
HCR113 REQUESTING THE STATE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT A STUDY OF LEASE APPRAISAL PRACTICES BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES. GOMES, KANOHO, Abinsay
HCR114 ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCIES. GARCIA, Espero, Ahu Isa, Djou, Moses, Nakasone, Saiki, Rath, Hamakawa, Souki
HCR115 SUPPORTING THE PACIFIC BASIN ECONOMIC COUNCIL AND ENCOURAGING EFFORTS TO HOLD THE 34TH INTERNATIONAL GENERAL MEETING IN HAWAII. AHU ISA
HCR116 RECOGNIZING THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY IN THE PURSUIT OF ITS TOURISM STRATEGIC PLAN, KE KUMU, AND ENCOURAGING THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY TO CONTINUE ITS EFFORTS TO STRENGTHEN THE TOURISM COMPONENT OF HAWAII'S ECONOMY. AHU ISA
HCR117 REQUESTING A STUDY OF SAME-DAY VOTER REGISTRATION IN HAWAII. ESPERO, B. OSHIRO, McDermott, Kanoho, Rath, Lee, Magaoay, Cabreros, Hale, Schatz
HCR118 REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES NAVY TO ALLOW THE PUBLIC TO USE NON-MOTORIZED WATERCRAFT ON A PORTION OF THE WEST LOCH OF PEARL HARBOR. ESPERO, Garcia, Takumi, Moses
HCR119 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO REPORT ON THE FEASIBILITY OF MERGING ALL FUNCTIONS RELATED TO AQUACULTURE UNDER A SINGLE DEPARTMENT. ESPERO, Cabreros, Case, Takai, Abinsay, Magaoay, Hale, Kanoho
HCR120 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO EXAMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF USING STATE HIGHWAY REVENUE BONDS TO FINANCE THE PLANNING, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION OF EITHER AN OVERSEAS BRIDGE OR AN UNDERSEA TUNNEL FROM IROQUOIS POINT TO HICKAM AIRFORCE BASE, IN ORDER TO LINK KALAELOA, KAPOLEI, EWA, AND EWA BEACH TO HONOLULU. ESPERO, Garcia, Takumi, Moses
HCR121 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A TASK FORCE TO EXAMINE ISSUES RELATED TO CRUISE SHIPS. MORITA, B. OSHIRO, Hale, Takumi, Jaffe
HCR122 REQUESTING A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY IN HAWAI'I. MORITA, LEE, B. OSHIRO, JAFFE, Schatz, Saiki
HCR123 REQUESTING A STUDY ON ESTABLISHING AN ENVIRONMENTAL COURT. MORITA, B. OSHIRO, LEE, Hale, Takumi
HCR124 REQUESTING THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE NATURAL ENERGY LABORATORY OF HAWAII AUTHORITY TO COME UP WITH RECOMMENDATIONS TO MODIFY THE MAKE-UP OF ITS BOARD TO INCLUDE MORE PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION. MORITA, B. OSHIRO, KANOHO, Hale, Takumi, Jaffe, Ahu Isa
HCR125 SUPPORTING PROJECT KA HALE PONO'S PETITION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS FOR A PARCEL OF LAND TO BUILD A YOUTH CENTER MORITA, KANOHO, KAWAKAMI, AHU ISA, KAHIKINA
HCR126 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO FORMULATE AN OBJECTIVE METHODOLOGY THAT THE LEGISLATURE MAY USE TO REVIEW THE JUSTIFICATION FOR EXISTING GENERAL EXCISE TAX EXEMPTIONS. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, LEE, GARCIA, SAIKI, NAKASONE, SCHATZ
HCR127 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO UPDATE ITS SURVEY OF FEDERALLY MANDATED STATE PROGRAMS. SAIKI
HCR128 REQUESTING THE STATE COMPTROLLER AND THE STATE FOUNDATION ON CULTURE AND THE ARTS TO USE MONEYS IN THE WORKS OF ART SPECIAL FUND TO ACQUIRE OUTDOOR SCULPTURES THAT CAN BE USED AS PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS. TAKUMI, CHANG, TAKAI
HCR129 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE FEASIBILITY OF A STATE PHARMACEUTICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. TAKUMI
HCR130 URGING CONGRESS TO FULLY FUND INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT. MEYER, DJOU, AUWAE, MCDERMOTT, Jaffe, Rath
HCR131 RELATING TO A STUDY OF THE PROBLEM OF VEHICLE EMISSIONS AND REMOTE SENSING DEVICES AND TAX CREDITS AS SOLUTIONS.. MEYER, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Kanoho, Auwae
HCR132 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS TO STUDY HOW TO ENSURE EQUALITY IN THE AMOUNT OF THE EMPLOYER'S SHARE OF PREPAID HEALTH CARE PREMIUMS BETWEEN THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS. MEYER, MOSES, DJOU, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Kanoho, Auwae, Rath, McDermott
HCR133 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO STUDY AND PLAN FOR A DEMONSTRATION PROJECT, WORKSHOP, AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND EDUCATION PROGRAM ON INVASIVE MACROALGAE IN THE STATE. MEYER, KANOHO, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Thielen, Moses, Auwae
HCR134 REQUESTING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII TO STUDY WHETHER RESEARCH ACTIVITIES AT THE HAWAII INSTITUTE OF MARINE BIOLOGY THREATEN THE ENVIRONMENT OF KANEOHE BAY. MEYER, Moses, Auwae, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Kanoho
HCR135 REQUESTING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MAKUA VALLEY TASK FORCE. AUWAE, KAHIKINA, Garcia, Jaffe, Marumoto, Djou, Meyer, Kanoho, Ontai, Davis, Rath, Fox, Moses, Stonebraker, McDermott
HCR136 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE FEASIBILITY OF VOTING VIA THE INTERNET. SCHATZ, ARAKAKI, B. OSHIRO, ESPERO, KANOHO, Yonamine, Takumi, Takamine, Hale, Souki, Luke
HCR137 REQUESTING THE CHIEF ELECTION OFFICER TO CONVENE AN ELECTIONS PARTICIPATION TASK FORCE TO PROPOSE A PLAN TO INCREASE PARTICIPATION IN ELECTIONS, TARGETING BOTH REGISTERED VOTERS WHO DO NOT VOTE AND ELIGIBLE VOTERS WHO ARE NOT REGISTERED. SCHATZ
HCR138 PRESERVING THE COMPETITIVENESS AND HEALTH OF HAWAII'S LARGEST INDUSTRY. AHU ISA
HCR139 REQUESTING THAT THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND SENATE OF THE STATE OF HAWAII AGREE TO A MORATORIUM ON FLUORIDATION LEGISLATION UNTIL SUCH A TIME AS THE ISSUE OF FLUORIDATION, WHICH IS CURRENTLY UNDER INVESTIGATION BY CONGRESS, SHOULD BE DEBATED BY THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES AND/OR LITIGATED IN THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT, AND THOSE FINDINGS ARE PUBLISHED. STONEBRAKER, AUWAE, McDermott, Ontai
HCR140 REQUESTING A REDUCTION OF THE TIMELINE FOR THE KALANIANAOLE HIGHWAY WATER MAINS INSTALLATION AND IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. STONEBRAKER, Auwae, Davis, Marumoto, Ontai
HCR141 REQUESTING THAT THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND SENATE OF THE STATE OF HAWAII AGREE TO FACILITATE PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS AND GOVERNMENT TO TACKLE SOCIAL PROBLEMS. STONEBRAKER, AUWAE, Davis, Ontai, McDermott, Ahu Isa, Kanoho, Kahikina, Magaoay
HCR142 CONDEMNING THE CONTINUING VIOLENCE IN SUDAN. STONEBRAKER, McDermott, Ahu Isa, Kanoho, Magaoay
HCR143 REQUESTING THE ATTORNEY GENERAL AND THE COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENTS TO WORK TOGETHER TO IMPLEMENT THE "WATCH YOUR CARS" PROGRAM. CHANG, MOSES, FOX, Djou, Morita, Ontai, Whalen, Auwae, Gomes, Marumoto, Souki, Kanoho
HCR144 REQUESTING AN AUDIT OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES DIVISION OF STATE PARKS WITH RESPECT TO THE AHUPUA'A 'O KAHANA STATE PARK. MEYER
HCR145 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO ADOPT A PRACTICE OR RULES CALLING FOR THE INCLUSION OF EARLY COMPLETION INCENTIVES IN MAJOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS WHICH IMPEDE TRAFFIC FLOW AND REDUCE CAPACITY ON MAJOR THOROUGHFARES FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME. MARUMOTO, MOSES, YOSHINAGA, ESPERO, Souki, Halford, Djou
HCR146 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TOURISM TO CONVENE A COMMITTEE TO DESIGNATE OFFICIAL SYMBOLS OF THE STATE OF HAWAII. MARUMOTO, Halford, Cabreros, Ahu Isa, Ontai, Abinsay, Magaoay, Chang, Davis
HCR147 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN ELECTED STATE COMPTROLLER. MARUMOTO, Davis, Ontai, Djou, Halford, Hiraki, Morita, Cabreros
HCR148 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION TO REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE FEASIBILITY OF ENTERING INTO A RECIPROCAL INCOME TAX AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. LUKE
HCR149 REQUESTING CONGRESS TO PROPOSE A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PREVENTING THE FEDERAL COURTS FROM LEVYING TAXES AGAINST THE STATES. LUKE
HCR150 URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS AND THE HEALTH CARE FINANCING ADMINISTRATION TO ADJUST HAWAII'S AEROMEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT RATES BY PROVIDING FOR IMMEDIATE PHASE-IN OF THE PROPOSED MEDICARE FEE SCHEDULE. LUKE
HCR151 URGING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HEALTH, AGRICULTURE, AND EDUCATION TO FURTHER ENCOURAGE CONSUMPTION OF FIVE OR MORE DAILY SERVINGS OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. LEE, MORITA, KAHIKINA, THIELEN, CABREROS, B. OSHIRO, ARAKAKI, TAKAI, Case, Saiki, M. Oshiro, Hiraki, Hale, Takumi, Ito, Abinsay
HCR152 URGING THE STATE DEPARTMENTS OF HEALTH, AGRICULTURE, AND EDUCATION, AND THE HAWAII SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE TO DEVELOP NUTRITIONALLY SOUND MENU PLANS THAT WILL PROVIDE OPTIONAL VEGETARIAN SCHOOL LUNCHES. LEE, THIELEN, M. OSHIRO, B. OSHIRO, TAKAI, MORITA, KAHIKINA, CABREROS, ARAKAKI, ITO, Schatz, Case, Garcia, Espero, Abinsay, Saiki, Hiraki, Takumi
HCR153 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO STUDY THE IMPLICATIONS OF EXCLUDING PRINCIPALS FROM COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. ITO, TAKAI, CASE
HCR154 REQUESTING A WORKING GROUP BE CONVENED TO EVALUATE AND RECOMMEND MEASURES TO ENCOURAGE THE USE OF SAFETY PROGRAMS SUCH AS THE EDDIE EAGLE PROGRAM FOR FIREARM SAFETY. ITO, Takumi, Schatz, Abinsay, Ontai, McDermott, Takai, Stonebraker
HCR155 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO STUDY THE FUNDING AND REGULATION OF NEW CENTURY CHARTER SCHOOLS. ITO
HCR156 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO STUDY THE IMPLICATIONS OF ESTABLISHING LOCAL BOARDS OF EDUCATION ALONG COUNTY BOUNDARIES. ITO
HCR157 REQUESTING A SOLUTION TO INCREASE THE RECYCLING RATES OF BEVERAGE CONTAINERS. MORITA, SCHATZ, B. OSHIRO, Hale
HCR158 REQUESTING THE HAWAII PAROLING AUTHORITY TO PLACE ANKLE BRACELET MONITORS ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENDERS WITH RESTRAINING ORDERS AS A PAROLE REQUIREMENT. PENDLETON, THIELEN, FOX, DJOU, MARUMOTO, LEONG, Davis, Rath, Jaffe, Gomes, Meyer, Whalen, Stonebraker, Ontai, Auwae, ABINSAY
HCR159 REQUESTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COMMUNITY-BASED HAZARDOUS MATERIAL EXPOSURE RESPONSE PLAN. B. OSHIRO, TAKAI, MCDERMOTT
HCR160 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT TO STUDY COMPENSATION OF LICENSED ATTORNEYS EMPLOYED BY THE STATE OF HAWAII. B. OSHIRO
HCR161 REQUESTING THE KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS TO CONDUCT A FEASIBILITY STUDY ON ESTABLISHING A RESOURCE CENTER FOR STUDENTS, PARENTS AND TEACHERS ON THE ISLAND OF KAUAI. KAWAKAMI, MORITA, KANOHO
HCR162 ENCOURAGING THE CONTINUANCE OF THE 21ST CENTURY GRANTS. KAHIKINA
HCR163 REQUESTING THE BOARD AND DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO REEVALUATE READING GOALS FOR STUDENTS IN HAWAII'S PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND INCREASE SYSTEM ACCOUNTABILITY FOR ATTAINING THOSE GOALS. ARAKAKI, ITO, KAHIKINA, ABINSAY, AHU ISA, TAKAI, CABREROS, Fox, Lee, McDermott, Auwae, Ontai, Garcia
HCR164 REQUESTING THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO ENGAGE IN A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF THE ISSUES, AND THE DIFFERING VIEWPOINTS, CONCERNING THE AGE OF CONSENT FOR CONSENSUAL SEX CONDUCT. ARAKAKI, MORITA, AHU ISA, ESPERO, Lee, B. Oshiro
HCR165 REQUESTING THE HAWAII PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' HEALTH FUND, THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, AND THE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER TO DETERMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF COMBINING THE TWO STATE HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAMS FOR THE PURPOSE OF LOWERING HEALTH CARE COSTS OR PROVIDING GREATER BENEFITS FOR INDIVIDUALS IN THESE PROGRAMS. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, KAHIKINA, Lee, McDermott, Abinsay, Ito, Kawakami, Schatz, Souki
HCR166 REQUESTING A STUDY OF WHETHER COMPETENCY IN CHELATION THERAPY SHOULD BE REQUIRED AS A CONDITION OF PHYSICIAN LICENSURE. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, Auwae, McDermott, Abinsay, Ito, Kawakami, Souki, Schatz
HCR167 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO EXAMINE THE PROBLEM OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY AND TO RECOMMEND STRATEGIES TO ADDRESS THIS PROBLEM. ARAKAKI, LEE, MCDERMOTT, TAKAI, Abinsay, Ito, Kawakami, Kahikina, Souki, Schatz
HCR168 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO REVIEW FEDERAL EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE LAWS AND PRACTICES AS A MODEL FOR FURTHER CIVIL SERVICE REFORM IN HAWAII. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, KAHIKINA, McDermott, Abinsay, Ito, Kawakami, Souki, Schatz, Lee
HCR169 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO COLLABORATE WITH MAJOR HEALTH INSURANCE PLANS IN THE STATE TO UNDERTAKE A COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF ROUTINE INFANT CIRCUMCISION. ARAKAKI (BR), KANOHO, KAHIKINA, M. Oshiro, Takumi
HCR170 REQUESTING SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, KAWAKAMI, MORITA, AHU ISA
HCR171 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO STUDY THE ISSUING OF CHARTERS TO OPERATE NEW CENTURY CHARTER SCHOOLS. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, ITO, MORITA
HCR172 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES TO RECOMMEND POLICY ELEMENTS NEEDED TO IMPLEMENT A SYSTEM WHEREBY PERSONS WITH LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY CAN ACCESS GOVERNMENT SERVICES, ACTIVITIES, AND PROGRAMS. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, ITO, MORITA, Fox
HCR173 EXPRESSING SUPPORT FOR THE SELECTION OF KAHI MOHALA AS A JUVENILE SEX OFFENDER TREATMENT FACILITY. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI
HCR174 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO MAINTAIN THE CRISIS SHELTER AND CRISIS TEAM ON THE GROUNDS OF THE OLD WAIMANO HOME INDEFINITELY. ARAKAKI, ITO, TAKAI, Takumi, McDermott, Lee, Yonamine, Kahikina, Stonebraker, Auwae
HCR175 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO CONDUCT A DEFINITIVE STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF FLUORIDATION THAT ALSO ADDRESSES CONCERNS RELATING TO THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF FLUORIDATING HAWAII’S DRINKING WATER. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, KAHIKINA, MORITA, FOX, Lee, Espero
HCR176 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO DETERMINE THE REVENUES REQUIRED TO MEET ITS OBLIGATIONS FOR ALL HARBORS, WHARVES, AND ITS OTHER PROPERTIES, AND TO ADJUST WHARFAGE RATES WHEREBY THE SAME WHARFAGE RATES WILL APPLY TO INTERISLAND AND INTRAISLAND CARGOES THAT CROSS OVER WHARVES THE SAME NUMBER OF TIMES. SOUKI
HCR177 REQUESTING THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF HAWAII TO STUDY CURRENT PENSION BENEFITS OFFERED TO PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYEES AND MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS TO MODIFY SUCH BENEFITS INCLUDING THE ADDITION OF AN ALTERNATIVE DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PENSION PLAN. SOUKI
HCR178 REQUESTING THE EMPLOYER-UNION TRUST COMMITTEE TO STUDY AND REPORT ON ISSUES RELATED TO CHANGING THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND TO AN EMPLOYER-UNION TRUST. YOSHINAGA
HCR179 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO ADDRESS THE GROWING PROBLEM OF VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE. YOSHINAGA
HCR180 ENCOURAGING THE PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS OF CONGRESS TO STUDY THE TRANSFER OF AUTHORITY RELATED TO NONIMMIGRANT VISAS AND THE VISA WAIVER PILOT PROGRAM FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE TO THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. FOX, MOSES, Djou, Ontai, Auwae, Jaffe, Gomes, Marumoto, McDermott, Meyer, Davis
HCR181 ENCOURAGING THE UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE TO ENFORCE VOTER FRAUD LAWS WHEN COMMITTED BY RESIDENT ALIENS WHO VOTE. FOX, MEYER, Djou, Whalen, Davis, Gomes
HCR182 REQUESTING A DELAY IN CLOSING THE HAWAII LONGLINE FISHERY ON MARCH 15, 2001, TO ENABLE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN EXPERIMENTAL SWORD FISHERY TO ADOPT ALTERNATIVE TURTLE MITIGATION MEASURES AND AVOID ADVERSE ECONOMIC IMPACT. KANOHO
HCR183 AUTHORIZING THE BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO LEASE THE KEEHI SMALL BOAT HARBOR AND OTHER ADJACENT LANDS TO A PRIVATE DEVELOPER FOR COMMERCIAL, RECREATIONAL, EDUCATIONAL, RESEARCH, AND LIGHT INDUSTRIAL PURPOSES. KANOHO
HCR184 SUPPORTING THE GOVERNOR'S PLAN TO CONSIDER KALAELOA AS AN ALTERNATE SITE FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII-WEST OAHU CAMPUS. KANOHO
HCR185 REQUESTING FURTHER ACTION ON THE DESIGNATION OF A STATE RECREATIONAL AND HISTORIC PARK AND NATURE RESERVE AT KAPUA, HONOMALINO, OKOE, KAULANAMAUNA, AND MANUKA DISTRICTS IN SOUTH KONA AND KA'U, ISLAND OF HAWAII. HAMAKAWA
HCR186 REQUESTING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING AN EDUCATION AND RESEARCH CENTER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO TO BE LOCATED IN HONOKAA, HAWAII. TAKAMINE, HAMAKAWA
HCR187 URGING GARY RODRIGUES TO TEMPORARILY REMOVE HIMSELF FROM THE JUDICIAL SELECTION COMMISSION. FOX, WHALEN, DJOU, LEONG, MEYER, MOSES, RATH, AUWAE, MCDERMOTT, MARUMOTO, JAFFE, DAVIS, ONTAI, GOMES, STONEBRAKER, HALFORD, PENDLETON
HCR188 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION TO REVIEW THE FEASIBILITY OF ELIMINATING THE STATE INCOME TAX AND INCREASING THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. AHU ISA, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA
HCR189 REQUESTING THE DIRECTOR OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS TO ESTABLISH A MEDICAL FEE ADVISORY COUNCIL. YOSHINAGA
HCR190 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATURE TO DESIGN AND IMPLEMENT A PLAN TO MAKE THE CAPITOL BUILDING SAFER FOR VISITORS AND CAPITOL EMPLOYEES. GOMES
HCR191 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATURE TO MAKE THE CAPITOL MORE USER-FRIENDLY AND BEAUTIFUL. GOMES
HCR192 REQUESTING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR ANOTHER LIFEGUARD AT WAIMANALO BEACH. GOMES
HCR193 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR A FULL-TIME TEMPORARY EXEMPT POSITION FOR THE WOMEN'S COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER IN KAILUA TO SUPERVISE INMATES AND WORKERS IN WCCC'S NURSERY AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE PROGRAM. GOMES
HCR194 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES TO DEVELOP STRATEGIES TO MEET THE ORAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS OF UNDERSERVED AREAS AND UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS, ESPECIALLY CHILDREN. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, ITO, MORITA
HCR195 REQUESTING THE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT TO CONVENE A TEMPORARY TASK FORCE TO PROPOSE CHANGES TO THE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND BUDGET LAWS. YOSHINAGA
HCR196 REQUESTING AN AUDIT AND ANALYSIS OF THE BENEFITS PROVIDED BY HAWAII PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. YOSHINAGA
HCR197 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY OF COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS ANALYSES TO ASSIST IN RECRUITING AND RETAINING HIGHLY QUALIFIED STATE EMPLOYEES. YOSHINAGA
HCR198 CALLING FOR THE VOLUNTARY REDUCTION OF THE USE OF PESTICIDES, HERBICIDES, AND INSECTICIDES IN THE STATE OF HAWAII AND THE INTRODUCTION OF AN INTEGRATED PESTICIDE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM WHEREVER POSSIBLE. YOSHINAGA
HCR199 CALLING FOR THE LABELING OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FOODS PRODUCED AND SOLD IN HAWAII. YOSHINAGA
HCR200 REQUESTING THE HAWAIIAN HUMANE SOCIETY TO NEUTER, SPAY, AND TAG ALL DOGS, CATS, AND OTHER ANIMALS BROUGHT INTO THE STATE AS PETS. YOSHINAGA
HCR201 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO CONVENE A ONE YEAR BLUE RIBBON COMMISSION TO REVIEW AND EVALUATE PENSION AND RETIREMENT BENEFITS FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. YOSHINAGA
HCR202 CALLING FOR THE REPORTING OF ALL ONGOING AND PLANNED WORK WITH GENETIC ENGINEERING IN THE STATE OF HAWAII. YOSHINAGA
HCR203 HONORING RICHARD "BUFFALO" KALOLO'OKALANI KEAULANA AS AN AMBASSADOR OF SURFING. KAHIKINA, ITO
HCR204 COMMENDING HOUSE TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES AND SENATE DATA SYSTEMS FOR THEIR OUTSTANDING COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS IN DEVELOPING THE "ECLIPSE" LEGISLATIVE COMPUTER SYSTEM. SCHATZ
HCR205 RELATING TO THE QUORUM AND VOTING REQUIREMENTS OF THE JOINT SENATE-HOUSE 2001 COMMITTEES ON CONFERENCE PROCEDURES. CASE
HR1 ELECTING THE TEMPORARY CHAIR OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TWENTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE. ITO, TAKUMI
HR2 ELECTING THE SPEAKER AND VICE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TWENTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE. M. OSHIRO
HR3 ELECTING THE OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TWENTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE. SUZUKI, SAIKI
HR4 ACKNOWLEDGING AND RECOGNIZING THE CAUCUS LEADERS AND NAMING THE CHAIRS, VICE CHAIRS, AND MEMBERS OF THE STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TWENTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE.. M. OSHIRO, FOX
HR5 SENDING MESSAGES THAT THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TWENTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE HAS ASSEMBLED AND IS READY TO TRANSACT BUSINESS. LEE, PENDLETON
HR6 ADOPTING THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TWENTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE. LUKE, M. OSHIRO
HR7 ADOPTING THE HOUSE ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL MANUAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TWENTY-FIRST LEGISLATIVE. LUKE, M. OSHIRO
HR8 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF DEVELOPING WAVE POWER AS A RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCE FOR HAWAII. THIELEN, MORITA, HALE, SCHATZ, JAFFE, GOMES, MEYER, B. OSHIRO, Ito, Takumi, Bukoski
HR9 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CREATE AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLLEVEL PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, ITO, THIELEN, LEONG, KAHIKINA, LEE, LUKE, AHU ISA, MORITA, M. OSHIRO
HR10 REQUESTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PLAN THAT ENCOURAGES PARENTS TO BECOME MORE ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN THEIR CHILDREN'S EDUCATION. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, KAHIKINA, LUKE, ESPERO
HR11 REQUESTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PLAN TO IMPROVE ORAL HEALTH FOR CHILDREN IN THE STATE. ARAKAKI, ABINSAY, KAHIKINA, KAWAKAMI, M. OSHIRO, B. OSHIRO, MAGAOAY, CABREROS, MEYER, MOSES, LUKE, AHU ISA, MORITA, TAKAMINE
HR12 REQUESTING CONTINUED DISCUSSION FOR A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF CURRENT CHILD PROTECTION LAWS. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, ITO, DAVIS, MEYER, AUWAE, LUKE, LEONG, THIELEN, KAHIKINA, AHU ISA, MORITA, KAWAKAMI, M. OSHIRO
HR13 RELATING TO SUPPORT FOR INCREASED FUNDING OF DRUG TREATMENT AND PREVENTION PROGRAMS. FOX, DJOU, GOMES, STONEBRAKER, MEYER, RATH, MCDERMOTT, MOSES, AUWAE, WHALEN, THIELEN, ONTAI, HALFORD, DAVIS, LEONG, JAFFE
HR14 URGING THE IDENTIFICATION OF INAPPROPRIATE AND PORNOGRAPHIC MATERIAL ON THE INTERNET. ARAKAKI, TAKAI
HR15 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CREATE AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-LEVEL PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM. ARAKAKI, THIELEN, ABINSAY, Halford, Ontai, Hiraki, Gomes
HR16 RELATING TO SUPPORTING THE FUNDING OF A SECOND AMBULANCE TO SERVE THE WAIANAE COAST. AUWAE, TAKAI, MOSES, GOMES, Thielen, Djou, Marumoto, Ontai, Lee, Yoshinaga
HR17 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO INVESTIGATE THE THREAT POSED BY ALIEN CARIBBEAN FROGS TO NATIVE FAUNA AND TO TAKE APPROPRIATE ACTIONS TO MITIGATE THEIR DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS. SAY (BR)
HR18 CONGRATULATING THE KAHUKU HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM FOR WINNING THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE. MAGAOAY
HR19 RECOGNIZING FEBRUARY 2001 AS DRUG-FREE HAWAII AWARENESS MONTH AND ITS SPONSORS: DRUG-FREE HAWAII, HAWAII MEDICAL SERVICES ASSOCIATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, AND LANDMARK ENTERTAINMENT/"MY TV." ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, Say, Ito, Garcia, Ahu Isa, Lee
HR20 HONORING THE MEMORY OF CLIFF BAILEY AND EXTENDING CONDOLENCES AND SYMPATHY TO HIS FAMILY. FOX, KANOHO, MORITA, KAWAKAMI, MCDERMOTT, SOUKI, MOSES, PENDLETON, WHALEN, Halford, Chang, Meyer, Davis, Auwae
HR21 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HUMAN SERVICES, HEALTH, AND LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS TO EXAMINE TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAMS FOR YOUTHS IN FOSTER CARE. ARAKAKI, Morita, Lee, Fox, Kawakami, Takumi, Yonamine, Auwae
HR22 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCLUDE A PARENTING COMPONENT IN SCHOOL CURRICULUM. ARAKAKI, Yonamine, Auwae, Morita, Lee, Kawakami, Takumi
HR23 RELATING TO THE HONORING OF EDWARD T. FUKUDA, EDWARD J. HOGAN, FRANCIS S. ODA, AND THE LATE CHINN HO FOR INDUCTION INTO THE JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT BUSINESS HALL OF FAME. MARUMOTO, Chang, Ahu Isa
HR24 HONORING DR. KENNETH P. MORTIMER FOR HIS SERVICE AS THE ELEVENTH PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. CASE, Takumi, Garcia, Ito, Arakaki, Fox, Morita, Cabreros, Moses, Takamine, Davis, Kanoho, Marumoto, Say, Takai, Schatz
HR25 EXPRESSING REGRETS AND SYMPATHY FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE TRAGEDY AT SEA WITH THE EHIME MARU AND THE U.S.S. GREENVILLE. ARAKAKI, LEE, M. Oshiro, Fox, Luke, Ontai, Takumi, Garcia, Nakasone, Pendleton, Say
HR26 REQUESTING A STUDY ON GRANTING LIMITED PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY TO PSYCHOLOGISTS CERTIFIED IN PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY. ARAKAKI, Espero, Kanoho, Lee, Kahikina, Takai, Yonamine, Auwae
HR27 APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF STATE-PROVINCE RELATIONS OF FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN THE STATE OF HAWAII OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE PROVINCE OF THUA THIEN-HUE OF THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. SCHATZ, LEONG, MARUMOTO, SUZUKI, CHANG, Abinsay, Takai, Magaoay, Ahu Isa
HR28 CONGRATULATING CYNTHIA HAGINO, LINDA MORIKONE, AND ALISON TANAKA AS THE 2000 RECIPIENTS OF THE DISTINGUISHED MILKEN FAMILY FOUNDATION NATIONAL EDUCATOR AWARDS. LEE, CASE, MAGAOAY
HR29 REQUESTING THE COUNTIES TO ALLOW REAL PROPERTY TAXES TO BE PAID QUARTERLY. CABREROS
HR30 CONGRATULATING VICKY CAYETANO, LYNNE WAIHEE, JEAN ARIYOSHI, AND NANCY QUINN AS THE RECIPIENTS OF THE 2001 WINNERS AT WORK PALAKA AWARD. MARUMOTO, LUKE
HR31 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT AN AUDIT OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES BRANCH OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. MORITA, THIELEN, HIRAKI, SCHATZ, LEE, TAKUMI, KAWAKAMI, ARAKAKI
HR32 REQUESTING THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO REVIEW AND COMPARE SELECTED PROVISIONS OF HAWAII FAMILY LAW. ARAKAKI, Lee, Kahikina, Fox, Morita, Takumi
HR33 REQUESTING THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH DENY A NPDES PERMIT WAIVER FOR EXPERIMENTS BY THE PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR HIGH TECHNOLOGY TO INJECT 63 TONS OF LIQUID CARBON DIOXIDE INTO THE OCEAN OFF THE NELHA SITE ON KEAHOLE POINT. RATH, WHALEN
HR34 URGING THE FORMATION OF A WORKING GROUP TO DEVELOP A STATEWIDE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM FOR LONG-TERM CARE PROVIDERS. ARAKAKI, Kahikina, Espero, Morita, Lee
HR35 PROCLAIMING MAY 2001 AS HEALTH AND WELLNESS AWARENESS MONTH. CHANG, Hiraki, Case, Jaffe, Halford, Meyer, Souki, Takumi, Fox, Hale, Garcia, Magaoay, Schatz, Rath
HR36 REQUESTING A DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION POLICY TO INCORPORATE A FINE ARTS REQUIREMENT INTO THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. CHANG, Hiraki, Case, Jaffe, Halford, Souki, Takumi, Fox, Magaoay, Luke
HR37 REQUESTING THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM TO EXAMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF PURCHASING A LAS VEGAS CASINO. CHANG, KAHIKINA, FOX, Abinsay, Garcia, Suzuki, Souki, Magaoay
HR38 REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR FORTY PER CENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND RELATED SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, LEE, SAIKI, NAKASONE, SCHATZ, GARCIA
HR39 REQUESTING THE CREATION OF A COORDINATING COMMITTEE TO OVERSEE THE CARE OF MEDICALLY FRAGILE CHILDREN. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, Hiraki, Takumi, Yonamine, Takai, Auwae, Ito, Kawakami, Garcia, McDermott, Lee
HR40 REQUESTING ESTABLISHMENT OF A TASK FORCE TO ASSESS AND DETERMINE WAYS TO REDUCE THE PAPERWORK AND DUPLICATIVE PROCESS REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN AND FELIX CLASS CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, AUWAE, KAHIKINA, M. Oshiro, Takumi, Ito, Lee, Ontai, Stonebraker, McDermott, Garcia, Kawakami
HR41 REQUESTING THE NATURAL ENERGY LABORATORY OF HAWAII AUTHORITY TO REVIVE ITS PROPOSAL FOR THE REACTIVATION OF THE NOI`I O PUNA RESEARCH CENTER. HALE, MORITA, KANOHO, WHALEN, CHANG, RATH, Hamakawa, Takamine
HR42 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO SUBMIT A REPORT ON ALIEN SPECIES PROGRAMS. SOUKI, Nakasone
HR43 REQUESTING THE POLICE DEPARTMENTS TO ADOPT A RISK-FOCUSED POLICING MODEL. THIELEN, MCDERMOTT, Lee, Hale, Yonamine, Kawakami, Stonebraker, Cabreros, Ahu Isa, Takai, Kahikina, Bukoski, Arakaki
HR44 STRONGLY URGING THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO LEAD THE NATION AND IMMEDIATELY ADDRESS THE PROBLEM OF HIGH COST OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS FOR ALL AMERICANS. ARAKAKI, TAKUMI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, ITO, KAWAKAMI, LEE, AHU ISA, AUWAE, SUZUKI, GARCIA, Cabreros, Hiraki, Schatz, Yonamine, Souki
HR45 REQUESTING THAT PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES DOING BUSINESS IN HAWAII DEVELOP A MORE CONSUMER FRIENDLY UNIFIED SYSTEM FOR FREE PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. ARAKAKI, TAKUMI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, ITO, KAWAKAMI, SOUKII, AHU ISA, SUZUKI, LEE, Auwae, Yonamine, Cabreros, Garcia, Hiraki, Schatz
HR46 REQUESTING THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND TO EXAMINE THE POSSIBILITIES FOR COST SAVINGS AND PREMIUM REDUCTIONS THROUGH THE PROVISION OF HEALTH TESTING. ITO
HR47 REQUESTING A STUDY TO ALLOW INTER-ISLAND LEGISLATIVE TESTIMONY. RATH
HR48 RELATING TO THE HONORING OF MRS. LESLIE KU`ULEINANIONAPUA LAM, FOR HER WINNING THE TITLE OF MRS. AMERICA 2001. MEYER
HR49 REQUESTING THE SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP A DEMONSTRATION PROJECT FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS IN THE PEARL CITY HIGH SCHOOL COMPLEX. YONAMINE, TAKAI, ITO, TAKUMI, AHU ISA, GARCIA, TAKAMINE, Arakaki, Souki, Kahikina
HR50 URGING HEALTH CARE PLANS AND PROVIDERS TO PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR AND UTILIZE HEARING SCREENING IN OLDER PATIENTS. LEE, MORITA, Takumi, Espero, Garcia, Hale, Magaoay, Luke, Schatz
HR51 URGING THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDE IMMEDIATE AND LONG TERM HUMANITARIAN RELIEF AID TO DISPLACED AFGHAN PEOPLE IN AFGHANISTAN AND IN REFUGEE CAMPS IN PAKISTAN AND IRAN. LEE, Garcia, Morita, Hale, Suzuki, Magaoay, Luke, Schatz
HR52 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO JOINTLY DETERMINE WHETHER THE DIAGNOSIS OF CHILDREN WITH "ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER" OR "ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER" IN HAWAII HAS BEEN EXCESSIVE, WHETHER HAWAII'S CHILDREN ARE BEING SUBJECTED TO EXCESSIVE USE OF PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS TO MODIFY THEIR BEHAVIOR, AND TO RESEARCH, EXAMINE, AND RECOMMEND NON-DRUG ALTERNATIVES. THIELEN, Chang, Luke, Kahikina, Arakaki, Lee
HR53 URGING THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND NA KEIKI LAW CENTER TO DETERMINE IF THE CIVIL RIGHTS OF PETER KEMA, JR., WERE VIOLATED DUE TO NEGLIGENCE BY THE STATE OF HAWAII AND HAWAII COUNTY. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, ITO, HALE, Auwae, Stonebraker, Lee, Kawakami, McDermott
HR54 CONGRATULATING SUSAN L. FOO FOR BEING THE MODEL CHINESE MOTHER OF THE YEAR FOR THE YEAR OF 2000 AND HER COMMUNITY SERVICE RATH, Say, Kanoho, M. Oshiro, McDermott, Thielen, Takumi, Espero, Ito, Kawakami, Garcia, Luke, Fox, Suzuki, Moses, Marumoto, Souki, Chang, Meyer, B. Oshiro, Hale, Jaffe, Auwae, Stonebraker, Bukoski, Ahu Isa, Davis, Halford, Leong, Djou, Case, Hiraki, Lee, Pendleton
HR55 CONGRATULATING GEORGE CHEW KAI YOUNG FOR BEING SELECTED AS THE 2000 CHINESE MODEL FATHER OF THE YEAR BY THE UNITED CHINESE SOCIETY. AHU ISA
HR56 SUPPORTING THE ACQUISITION OF KAHUKU RANCH BY THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL PARK SERVICE FOR EXPANSION OF THE HAWAII VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK. HALE, Whalen, Takamine, Kanoho
HR57 COMMENDING THE ACADEMY OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM AND THE ACADEMY OF FINANCE PROGRAMS AT WAIPAHU HIGH SCHOOL AND OTHER HIGH SCHOOLS AND URGING THE CONTINUED SUPPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY BOARD. GARCIA, LEE, ESPERO, AHU ISA, Fox, Schatz, M. Oshiro, Nakasone, Luke, Saiki, Chang, Takumi
HR58 REQUESTING THE STREAMLINING OF STATE FILM PERMITTING. AHU ISA
HR59 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO STUDY ISSUES CONCERNING TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DISORDER, THE HEALTH CONSEQUENCES OF NOT TREATING THE DISORDER, AND TO RECOMMEND WHETHER HEALTH CARE COVERAGE FOR TREATMENT OF TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DISORDER SHOULD BE REQUIRED IN HAWAII. WHALEN
HR60 REQUESTING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO OFFER SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT TEST PREPARATION COURSES IN PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS FOR ELECTIVE CREDIT. TAKAI, ITO
HR61 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO ESTABLISH THE STUDENT CRIMESTOPPERS PROGRAM IN ALL HAWAII DEPARTMENTAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO MAINTAIN A SAFE AND SECURE ENVIRONMENT IN ALL PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TAKAI, ITO
HR62 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO IMPROVE STUDENT LAVATORIES IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TAKAI, ITO
HR63 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE FEASIBILITY OF A STATE PHARMACEUTICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. TAKUMI
HR64 OPPOSING ANY RESUMPTION OF THE PROPOSAL TO CONDUCT CARBON DIOXIDE EXPERIMENTS OFF THE KONA COAST. HALE, Whalen, Kanoho, Takamine
HR65 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO COMPLETE A STUDY ON EXPANDING THE COLLECTION OF DNA SAMPLES TO INCLUDE ALL CONVICTED FELONS. MARUMOTO, Hamakawa, Stonebraker, Auwae, Souki, Whalen, Chang, Kanoho, Gomes, Morita, Case, Ahu Isa
HR66 REQUESTING THAT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII RENAME THE RAINBOW BASEBALL STADIUM TO THE LES MURAKAMI BASEBALL STADIUM. KAWAKAMI, MAGAOAY, Takamine, M. Oshiro, Morita, Case, B. Oshiro, Lee, Chang, Takumi, Cabreros, Espero, Abinsay, Say, Kanoho, Souki, Yonamine, Arakaki, Ahu Isa, Ito, Kahikina, Hiraki
HR67 REQUESTING IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPREHENSIVE MASTER PLAN FOR KOKEE AND WAIMEA CANYON STATE PARKS. KAWAKAMI, KANOHO, MORITA, Chang, Yonamine, Arakaki, Cabreros, Saiki, Abinsay, Ahu Isa, Takumi, Ito, Hiraki, Espero, Magaoay
HR68 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATURE TO AFFIRM THE FREEDOM OF AN INDIVIDUAL TO CHOOSE TO DONATE THEIR ORGANS. LEONG, Auwae, Davis, Hiraki, Ahu Isa, Kahikina, Espero, Lee, Kawakami, Ito, Yoshinaga, Morita, Thielen, Pendleton, Marumoto, Gomes, Meyer, Jaffe
HR69 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO DECLARE A HIGHWAY EMERGENCY AT MAKAPUU POINT PURSUANT TO HAWAII REVISED STATUTES SECTION 264-17. GOMES
HR70 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO NEGOTIATE WITH KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS, BISHOP MUSEUM, AND THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS TO LEASE KALIHI VALLEY DISTRICT PARK FOR A NATIVE HAWAIIAN EDUCATION CENTER. ARAKAKI, AHU ISA, KANOHO, HALE, TAKAI, CABREROS, Ontai, Schatz, Kawakami, Abinsay
HR71 REQUESTING THE UNITED NATIONS TO CONSIDER THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CENTER FOR THE HEALTH, WELFARE, AND RIGHTS OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH IN HAWAII AND REQUESTING SUPPORT FOR THE CENTER FROM THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. ARAKAKI, TAKAI, SCHATZ, AHU ISA, MORITA, Chang, Magaoay, Hiraki, Takumi, Cabreros, Abinsay, Kawakami
HR72 REQUESTING THE STATE HEALTH PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY TO DEVELOP A "STATE OF HAWAII HEALTH POLICY GUIDEBOOK" BASED ON THE HAWAII HEALTH PERFORMANCE PLAN. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, Yonamine, Ito, Lee, McDermott
HR73 REQUESTING A STUDY REGARDING THE EFFICACY AND EFFICIENCY OF EEG BIOFEEDBACK IN THE TREATMENT OF ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDERS, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, AND CRIMINAL RECIDIVISM. ARAKAKI, KAWAKAMI, MCDERMOTT, B. OSHIRO, ABINSAY, Takumi, Garcia, Lee
HR74 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HUMAN SERVICES AND HEALTH TO CONVENE AN AD HOC TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY TO UTILIZE FAITH-BASED HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES IN HAWAII. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, AHU ISA, ABINSAY, CABREROS, Stonebraker, Kawakami
HR75 ESTABLISHING BILL OF RIGHTS DAY IN THE STATE OF HAWAII. AUWAE, BUKOSKI, LEONG, THIELEN, JAFFE, MOSES, Fox, Magaoay, Rath, Hale, Marumoto, Gomes, Kahikina, Kawakami, Davis
HR76 SUPPORTING EFFORTS TO FUND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE LANAKILA MULTI-PURPOSE SENIOR CENTER. AHU ISA, ARAKAKI
HR77 REQUESTING THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII SUPPORT RENEWAL OF THE PRESIDENT'S FAST-TRACK NEGOTIATING AUTHORITY. FOX, PENDLETON, MOSES, LEONG, DAVIS, RATH, AUWAE, HALFORD, STONEBRAKER, DJOU, MCDERMOTT, ONTAI, MARUMOTO, WHALEN, BUKOSKI, GOMES, MEYER, THIELEN
HR78 REQUESTING THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII SUPPORT A MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM. FOX, MOSES, LEONG, DAVIS, RATH, AUWAE, STONEBRAKER, DJOU, MARUMOTO, MEYER, PENDLETON, MCDERMOTT, ONTAI, BUKOSKI, WHALEN
HR79 REQUESTING THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII SUPPORT PRESIDENT BUSH'S TAX RELIEF PROPOSAL. FOX, PENDLETON, MCDERMOTT, RATH, AUWAE, HALFORD, STONEBRAKER, DJOU, JAFFE, MARUMOTO, MOSES, LEONG, DAVIS, ONTAI, WHALEN, BUKOSKI, GOMES, MEYER, THIELEN
HR80 REQUESTING THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII SUPPORT PRESIDENT BUSH'S SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM PROPOSAL. FOX, PENDLETON, DAVIS, AUWAE, STONEBRAKER, MARUMOTO, DJOU, MEYER, THIELEN, MOSES, MCDERMOTT, WHALEN, BUKOSKI, GOMES, ONTAI, RATH, LEONG
HR81 REQUESTING THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII SUPPORT IRA EXPANSION. FOX, WHALEN, DJOU, AUWAE, MEYER, HALFORD, PENDLETON, MOSES, MARUMOTO, ONTAI, BUKOSKI, THIELEN, RATH, GOMES, LEONG, MCDERMOTT, DAVIS, Stonebraker
HR82 URGING THE U.S. CONGRESS AND THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO ESTABLISH AND FUND A U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - PACIFIC BASIN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTER - MANAGED CACAO GERMPLASM CENTER IN HAWAII. CHANG, Abinsay, Kawakami, Cabreros, B. Oshiro, Takumi, Hiraki, Magaoay, Suzuki, Case, Schatz, Kanoho, Yonamine, Souki, Hamakawa, Arakaki, Morita, Ahu Isa, Luke, Takai, Saiki, Say, Hale
HR83 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO CONSIDER HOW THE HILO AREA CAN MAXIMIZE THE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES PRESENTED BY THE CRUISE INDUSTRY. CHANG, HAMAKAWA, HALE, TAKAMINE, AHU ISA, Suzuki, Magaoay, Abinsay, Takumi, Case
HR84 REQUESTING THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO STUDY SAFE ACCESS TO VIEW AND LEARN ABOUT HAWAII VOLCANOES. CHANG, SUZUKI, AHU ISA, HALE, KAHIKINA, Magaoay, Takai, Lee, Case, Saiki, Hiraki, Takumi, Morita, Luke, Say, Hamakawa, Souki, Yoshinaga, Kanoho, Arakaki, Schatz
HR85 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM TO EXPLORE WITH THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE THE FEASIBILITY OF SCHEDULING A PRE-SEASON NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE GAME IN HAWAII. CHANG, SUZUKI, MAGAOAY, YOSHINAGA, KAHIKINA, ARAKAKI, TAKAI, HALE, AHU ISA, Lee, Say, Case, Hiraki, Takumi, Souki, Hamakawa, Morita, Luke, Saiki, Kanoho
HR86 RECOGNIZING THE HAWAII MEDICAL SERVICE ASSOCIATION AND THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION FOR THEIR EFFORTS TO RAISE AWARENESS OF DIABETES IN HAWAII. KAWAKAMI, LEONG, Say, Abinsay, Arakaki, Kahikina, Lee, Ito, M. Oshiro, Kanoho, Morita, Espero, Takumi, Chang, Magaoay, Hale, Takamine, Cabreros, Schatz, Nakasone, Souki
HR87 REQUESTING A MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL AUDIT OF THE COMPREHENSIVE STUDENT SUPPORT SYSTEM OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. KAWAKAMI, Abinsay, Arakaki, Kahikina, Lee, Ito, M. Oshiro, Nakasone, Saiki, Schatz, Garcia, Espero, Hale, Takamine, Cabreros, Morita, Kanoho, Souki, Chang
HR88 REQUESTING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR STATE ROAD AND BRIDGE PROJECTS. MORITA, Nakasone, Souki, Takamine
HR89 URGING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO DESIGNATE A NEW NATIONAL PARK FROM KEONE'O'IO TO KANALOA POINT ON THE SOUTHEAST COAST OF MAUI. MORITA, BUKOSKI, HALFORD, Souki, Nakasone, Davis
HR90 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO ESTABLISH A TASK FORCE TO GATHER PUBLIC INPUT AND RECOMMEND STATUTORY CAVE LAW. MORITA
HR91 SUPPORTING THE FUTURE PRESERVATION OF MAHA'ULEPU. MORITA, KAWAKAMI, KANOHO, B. OSHIRO, SCHATZ
HR92 CONGRATULATING HAWAII'S PEACE CORPS PIONEERS. TAKUMI
HR93 URGING THE GOVERNOR TO DECLARE MARCH 2001 HAWAII WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH IN THE STATE OF HAWAII. MORITA, THIELEN, LEE, JAFFE, MARUMOTO, MEYER, LEONG, B. OSHIRO, MAGAOAY, KAWAKAMI, AHU ISA, AUWAE, HALE, LUKE, YOSHINAGA, ESPERO, KAHIKINA, CHANG, ITO, Fox, Souki
HR94 REQUESTING THE DETERMINATION OF A STATE LEAD AGENCY ON ALIEN SPECIES TO DEAL WITH THE PROBLEM OF ALIEN SPECIES INVASIONS AND THEIR IMPACT ON HAWAII'S NATIVE ECOSYSTEMS. KANOHO
HR95 CALLING FOR THE REPORTING OF ALL ONGOING AND PLANNED WORK WITH GENETIC ENGINEERING IN THE STATE OF HAWAII. SAY
HR96 REQUESTING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, THROUGH THE SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION, TO GROUP AND RANK ALL LOWER EDUCATION PROGRAMS, INCLUDING SUPPLEMENTARY PROGRAMS, ACCORDING TO THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO THE MISSION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. CASE
HR97 SUPPORTING QUALITY MANAGED HEALTH CARE IN A LITIGIOUS HEALTH CARE MARKETPLACE AND OPPOSING THE EXPANSION OF TORT LIABILITY. MCDERMOTT, Rath, Marumoto
HR98 URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO FAVORABLY ADDRESS LEGISLATION THAT GIVES AMERICA'S SENIOR CITIZENS A RAPID REDUCTION IN THEIR MEDICARE HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT COPAYMENTS. MCDERMOTT
HR99 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO SUBMIT A REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE EXPLAINING WHY PER PUPIL EXPENDITURES FOR RADFORD COMPLEX SCHOOL FACILITIES ARE SUBSTANTIALLY LOWER THAN THE REST OF THE STATE. MCDERMOTT, MOSES, B. Oshiro, Fox, Leong, Ontai, Bukoski, Marumoto
HR100 URGING THE LEGISLATURE TO APPROVE AN APPROPRIATION IN THE CAPITAL BUDGET FOR PURCHASE OF A NEW AIEA LIBRARY SITE SO THAT THE AIEA LIBRARY CAN BE RELOCATED TO THE FORMER AIEA SUGAR MILL SITE. MCDERMOTT, B. OSHIRO, MOSES, Yonamine, Rath, Pendleton, Leong, Hiraki, Bukoski, Gomes
HR101 REQUESTING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO DREDGE AND CLEAN THE HALAWA STREAM. MCDERMOTT, B. OSHIRO, MOSES, Yonamine, Rath, Leong, Ontai, Pendleton, Case, Hiraki, Djou, Gomes
HR102 REQUESTING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, THROUGH THE SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION, TO WITHHOLD FUNDS FOR TEXTBOOK ACQUISITION/REPLACEMENT FROM SCHOOLS THAT ARE NOT IN COMPLIANCE WITH BOARD OF EDUCATION POLICY NO. 2240 CONCERNING INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS. MCDERMOTT, MOSES, Djou, Rath, Leong, Ontai, Gomes
HR103 URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO ALLOW THE STATES TO MAKE CHAPTER 1 OF THE EDUCATION CONSOLIDATION AND IMPROVEMENT ACT A "PORTABLE" BENEFIT BY HAVING FEDERAL FUNDS "FOLLOW THE CHILD", RATHER THAN TARGET SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES WITH THE GREATEST NEED. MCDERMOTT, Bukoski, Marumoto, Chang, Rath
HR104 URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO "BLOCK GRANT" CHAPTER 1 OF THE EDUCATION CONSOLIDATION AND IMPROVEMENT ACT INTO A SINGLE FEDERAL GRANT PROGRAM WITH THE GOAL OF HELPING CHILDREN OVERCOME POVERTY'S NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THEIR SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT. MCDERMOTT, Case, Bukoski, Chang, Rath, Marumoto
HR105 SUPPORTING THE KAMEHAMEHA HIGHWAY BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT. MCDERMOTT, B. OSHIRO, Case, Ontai, Fox, Ontai, Marumoto
HR106 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO PROVIDE THE MOST EFFECTIVE RESEARCH-BASED READING INSTRUCTION FOR CHILDREN IN GRADES KINDERGARTEN THROUGH THIRD GRADE. MCDERMOTT, Bukoski, Rath, Marumoto
HR107 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS OF AGRICULTURE AND LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO ADDRESS THE DISREPAIR OF KAILUA RESERVOIR. GOMES, KANOHO, Abinsay
HR108 REQUESTING THE STATE AUDITOR TO STUDY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES' FAILURE TO DETERMINE THE FAIR MARKET RENTAL OF LEASES DURING SCHEDULED REOPENING PERIODS IN A TIMELY MANNER AND THE RETROACTIVE RAISING OF LEASE RENTS RESULTING FROM SUCH FAILURE. GOMES, Abinsay, Kanoho
HR109 REQUESTING THE STATE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT A STUDY OF LEASE APPRAISAL PRACTICES BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES. GOMES, KANOHO, Abinsay
HR110 ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCIES. GARCIA, Espero, Ahu Isa, Djou, Moses, Nakasone, Saiki, Rath, Souki, Hamakawa
HR111 URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO BLOCK EFFORTS OF THE HEALTH CARE FINANCING ADMINISTRATION’S INTRUSIVE REGULATIONS AND WORK TO PROTECT PERSONAL LIBERTY AND PRIVACY OF EVERY AMERICAN. MCDERMOTT, MOSES, B. Oshiro, Auwae, Stonebraker, Pendleton, Bukoski, Marumoto
HR112 SUPPORTING THE PACIFIC BASIN ECONOMIC COUNCIL AND ENCOURAGING EFFORTS TO HOLD THE 34TH INTERNATIONAL GENERAL MEETING IN HAWAII. AHU ISA
HR113 RECOGNIZING THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY IN THE PURSUIT OF ITS TOURISM STRATEGIC PLAN, KE KUMU, AND ENCOURAGING THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY TO CONTINUE ITS EFFORTS TO STRENGTHEN THE TOURISM COMPONENT OF HAWAII'S ECONOMY. AHU ISA
HR114 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A TASK FORCE TO EXAMINE ISSUES RELATED TO CRUISE SHIPS. MORITA, B. OSHIRO, Hale, Takumi, Jaffe
HR115 REQUESTING A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY IN HAWAI'I. MORITA, LEE, B. OSHIRO, JAFFE, Schatz, Saiki
HR116 REQUESTING A STUDY ON ESTABLISHING AN ENVIRONMENTAL COURT. MORITA, B. OSHIRO, LEE, Hale, Takumi
HR117 REQUESTING THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE NATURAL ENERGY LABORATORY OF HAWAII AUTHORITY TO COME UP WITH RECOMMENDATIONS TO MODIFY THE MAKE-UP OF ITS BOARD TO INCLUDE MORE PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION. MORITA, B. OSHIRO, KANOHO, Hale, Takumi, Jaffe, Ahu Isa
HR118 SUPPORTING PROJECT KA HALE PONO'S PETITION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS FOR A PARCEL OF LAND TO BUILD A YOUTH CENTER. MORITA, KANOHO, KAWAKAMI, AHU ISA, KAHIKINA
HR119 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO FORMULATE AN OBJECTIVE METHODOLOGY THAT THE LEGISLATURE MAY USE TO REVIEW THE JUSTIFICATION FOR EXISTING GENERAL EXCISE TAX EXEMPTIONS. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, LEE, SCHATZ, GARCIA, SAIKI, NAKASONE
HR120 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO UPDATE ITS SURVEY OF FEDERALLY MANDATED STATE PROGRAMS. SAIKI
HR121 REQUESTING THE STATE COMPTROLLER AND THE STATE FOUNDATION ON CULTURE AND THE ARTS TO USE MONEYS IN THE WORKS OF ART SPECIAL FUND TO ACQUIRE OUTDOOR SCULPTURES THAT CAN BE USED AS PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS. TAKUMI, CHANG, TAKAI
HR122 URGING CONGRESS TO FULLY FUND INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT. MEYER, MCDERMOTT, Rath
HR123 RELATING TO A STUDY OF THE PROBLEM OF VEHICLE EMISSIONS AND REMOTE SENSING DEVICES AND TAX CREDITS AS SOLUTIONS. MEYER, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Thielen, Kanoho, Djou, Auwae
HR124 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS TO STUDY HOW TO ENSURE EQUALITY IN THE AMOUNT OF THE EMPLOYER'S SHARE OF PREPAID HEALTH CARE PREMIUMS BETWEEN THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS. MEYER, MOSES, DJOU, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Kanoho, Auwae, Rath, McDermott
HR125 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO STUDY AND PLAN FOR A DEMONSTRATION PROJECT, WORKSHOP, AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND EDUCATION PROGRAM ON INVASIVE MACROALGAE IN THE STATE. MEYER, KANOHO, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Thielen, Moses, Auwae
HR126 REQUESTING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII TO STUDY WHETHER RESEARCH ACTIVITIES AT THE HAWAII INSTITUTE OF MARINE BIOLOGY THREATEN THE ENVIRONMENT OF KANEOHE BAY. MEYER, Moses, Auwae, B. Oshiro, Gomes, Kanoho
HR127 REQUESTING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MAKUA VALLEY TASK FORCE. AUWAE, KAHIKINA, Garcia, Kanoho, Marumoto, Jaffe, Djou, McDermott, Meyer, Ontai, Davis, Fox, Rath, Moses, Stonebraker
HR128 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE FEASIBILITY OF VOTING VIA THE INTERNET. SCHATZ, ARAKAKI, B. OSHIRO, KANOHO, ESPERO, Yonamine, Takumi, Takamine, Hale, Souki, Luke
HR129 PRESERVING THE COMPETITIVENESS AND HEALTH OF HAWAII'S LARGEST INDUSTRY. AHU ISA
HR130 REQUESTING THAT THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND SENATE OF THE STATE OF HAWAII AGREE TO A MORATORIUM ON FLUORIDATION LEGISLATION UNTIL SUCH A TIME AS THE ISSUE OF FLUORIDATION, WHICH IS CURRENTLY UNDER INVESTIGATION BY CONGRESS, SHOULD BE DEBATED BY THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES AND/OR LITIGATED IN THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT, AND THOSE FINDINGS ARE PUBLISHED. STONEBRAKER, McDermott, Ontai
HR131 REQUESTING A REDUCTION OF THE TIMELINE FOR THE KALANIANAOLE HIGHWAY WATER MAINS INSTALLATION AND IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. STONEBRAKER, Auwae, Davis, Marumoto, Ontai
HR132 REQUESTING THAT THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF HAWAII AGREE TO FACILITATE PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS AND GOVERNMENT TO TACKLE SOCIAL PROBLEMS. STONEBRAKER, AUWAE, Davis, Ontai, McDermott, Ahu Isa, Kanoho, Kahikina, Magaoay
HR133 CONDEMNING THE CONTINUING VIOLENCE IN SUDAN. STONEBRAKER, McDermott, Kanoho, Ahu Isa, Kahikina, Magaoay
HR134 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO ADOPT A PRACTICE OR RULES CALLING FOR THE INCLUSION OF EARLY COMPLETION INCENTIVES IN MAJOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS WHICH IMPEDE TRAFFIC FLOW AND REDUCE CAPACITY ON MAJOR THOROUGHFARES FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME. MARUMOTO, MOSES, YOSHINAGA, ESPERO, Souki, Halford, Djou
HR135 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TOURISM TO CONVENE A COMMITTEE TO DESIGNATE OFFICIAL SYMBOLS OF THE STATE OF HAWAII. MARUMOTO, Halford, Cabreros, Ahu Isa, Ontai, Abinsay, Magaoay, Chang, Davis
HR136 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN ELECTED STATE COMPTROLLER. MARUMOTO, Davis, Ontai, Djou, Halford, Hiraki, Morita, Cabreros
HR137 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION TO REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE FEASIBILITY OF ENTERING INTO A RECIPROCAL INCOME TAX AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. LUKE
HR138 REQUESTING CONGRESS TO PROPOSE A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PREVENTING THE FEDERAL COURTS FROM LEVYING TAXES AGAINST THE STATES. LUKE
HR139 URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS AND THE HEALTH CARE FINANCING ADMINISTRATION TO ADJUST HAWAII'S AEROMEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT RATES BY PROVIDING FOR IMMEDIATE PHASE-IN OF THE PROPOSED MEDICARE FEE SCHEDULE. LUKE
HR140 ESTABLISHING POLICIES FOR CAPITOL TELEVISION CABLECASTS OF HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. SAY, LUKE
HR141 URGING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HEALTH, AGRICULTURE, AND EDUCATION TO FURTHER ENCOURAGE CONSUMPTION OF FIVE OR MORE DAILY SERVINGS OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. LEE, MORITA, KAHIKINA, THIELEN, CABREROS, B. OSHIRO, ARAKAKI, TAKAI, Case, Saiki, M. Oshiro, Hiraki, Hale, Takumi, Ito, Abinsay
HR142 URGING THE STATE DEPARTMENTS OF HEALTH, AGRICULTURE, AND EDUCATION, AND THE HAWAII SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE TO DEVELOP NUTRITIONALLY SOUND MENU PLANS THAT WILL PROVIDE OPTIONAL VEGETARIAN SCHOOL LUNCHES. LEE, THIELEN, M. OSHIRO, B. OSHIRO, ITO, TAKAI, MORITA, KAHIKINA, CABREROS, ARAKAKI, Schatz, Case, Garcia, Espero, Saiki, Hiraki, Takumi, Abinsay
HR143 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO STUDY THE IMPLICATIONS OF EXCLUDING PRINCIPALS FROM COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. ITO
HR144 REQUESTING A WORKING GROUP BE CONVENED TO EVALUATE AND RECOMMEND MEASURES TO ENCOURAGE THE USE OF SAFETY PROGRAMS SUCH AS THE EDDIE EAGLE PROGRAM FOR FIREARM SAFETY. ITO, Takumi, Schatz, Abinsay, Takai, Stonebraker, McDermott, Ontai
HR145 REQUESTING A SOLUTION TO INCREASE THE RECYCLING RATES OF BEVERAGE CONTAINERS. MORITA, SCHATZ, B. OSHIRO, Hale
HR146 REQUESTING THE HAWAII PAROLING AUTHORITY TO PLACE ANKLE BRACELET MONITORS ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENDERS WITH RESTRAINING ORDERS AS A PAROLE REQUIREMENT. PENDLETON, THIELEN, FOX, BUKOSKI, DJOU, MARUMOTO, LEONG, Davis, Rath, Jaffe, Gomes, Meyer, Stonebraker, Whalen, Ontai, Auwae
HR147 REQUESTING A COMMISSION TO STUDY THE MECHANICS OF AND PROPOSE LEGISLATION FOR DECENTRALIZING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. PENDLETON, MCDERMOTT, DJOU, FOX, JAFFE, THIELEN, BUKOSKI, MARUMOTO, LEONG, MEYER, Whalen, Halford, Davis, Rath, Gomes, Stonebraker, Ontai, Auwae
HR148 REQUESTING A STUDY ON THE FEASIBILITY AND ADVISABILITY OF MOVING FROM A DEFINED BENEFIT PENSION SYSTEM TO A DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PENSION SYSTEM. PENDLETON, SUZUKI, MOSES, AHU ISA, DAVIS, LEONG, THIELEN, FOX, Chang, B. Oshiro, Espero, Garcia, Souki, Arakaki, Ito, Abinsay, Yonamine, Auwae, Meyer, Ontai, Rath, Hiraki, Halford, Case, Kanoho, Magaoay, Cabreros, Whalen, Gomes, Kawakami, McDermott, Kahikina, Marumoto, Hamakawa, Djou
HR149 REQUESTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COMMUNITY-BASED HAZARDOUS MATERIAL EXPOSURE RESPONSE PLAN. B. OSHIRO, TAKAI, MCDERMOTT
HR150 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT TO STUDY COMPENSATION OF LICENSED ATTORNEYS EMPLOYED BY THE STATE OF HAWAII. B. OSHIRO
HR151 REQUESTING THE BOARD AND DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO REEVALUATE READING GOALS FOR STUDENTS IN HAWAII'S PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND INCREASE SYSTEM ACCOUNTABILITY FOR ATTAINING THOSE GOALS. ARAKAKI, ITO, KAHIKINA, ABINSAY, AHU ISA, TAKAI, CABREROS, Fox, Lee, McDermott, Ontai, Garcia, Auwae
HR152 REQUESTING THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO ENGAGE IN A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF THE ISSUES, AND THE DIFFERING VIEWPOINTS, CONCERNING THE AGE OF CONSENT FOR CONSENSUAL SEX CONDUCT. ARAKAKI, MORITA, AHU ISA, ESPERO, Lee, B. Oshiro
HR153 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO STUDY THE ISSUING OF CHARTERS TO OPERATE NEW CENTURY CHARTER SCHOOLS. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, ITO, MORITA
HR154 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES TO RECOMMEND POLICY ELEMENTS NEEDED TO IMPLEMENT A SYSTEM WHEREBY PERSONS WITH LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY CAN ACCESS GOVERNMENT SERVICES, ACTIVITIES, AND PROGRAMS. TAKAI, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, ITO, MORITA, Fox
HR155 EXPRESSING SUPPORT FOR THE SELECTION OF KAHI MOHALA AS A JUVENILE SEX OFFENDER TREATMENT FACILITY. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, TAKAI
HR156 REQUESTING SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, KAWAKAMI, MORITA, AHU ISA
HR157 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO DETERMINE THE REVENUES REQUIRED TO MEET ITS OBLIGATIONS FOR ALL HARBORS, WHARVES, AND ITS OTHER PROPERTIES, AND TO ADJUST WHARFAGE RATES WHEREBY THE SAME WHARFAGE RATES WILL APPLY TO INTERISLAND AND INTRAISLAND CARGOES THAT CROSS OVER WHARVES THE SAME NUMBER OF TIMES. SOUKI
HR158 REQUESTING THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF HAWAII TO STUDY CURRENT PENSION BENEFITS OFFERED TO PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYEES AND MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS TO MODIFY SUCH BENEFITS INCLUDING THE ADDITION OF AN ALTERNATIVE DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PENSION PLAN. SOUKI
HR159 COMMISSIONING INTERIM ACTIVITY FOR THE HOUSE COMMITTEES ON WATER AND LAND USE AND AGRICULTURE TO ADDRESS LAND USE MATTERS AS MANDATED IN ARTICLE XI, SECTION 3, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII. KANOHO, ABINSAY
HR160 REQUESTING FURTHER ACTION ON THE DESIGNATION OF A STATE RECREATIONAL AND HISTORIC PARK AND NATURE RESERVE AT KAPUA, HONOMALINO, OKOE, KAULANAMAUNA, AND MANUKA DISTRICTS IN SOUTH KONA AND KA'U, ISLAND OF HAWAII. HAMAKAWA
HR161 REQUESTING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING AN EDUCATION AND RESEARCH CENTER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO TO BE LOCATED IN HONOKAA, HAWAII. TAKAMINE, Hamakawa
HR162 URGING GARY RODRIGUES TO TEMPORARILY REMOVE HIMSELF FROM THE JUDICIAL SELECTION COMMISSION. FOX, WHALEN, DJOU, LEONG, MEYER, MOSES, RATH, AUWAE, MCDERMOTT, MARUMOTO, JAFFE, DAVIS, ONTAI, GOMES, STONEBRAKER, HALFORD, PENDLETON
HR163 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION TO REVIEW THE FEASIBILITY OF ELIMINATING THE STATE INCOME TAX AND INCREASING THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. AHU ISA, ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA
HR164 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATURE TO DESIGN AND IMPLEMENT A PLAN TO MAKE THE CAPITOL BUILDING SAFER FOR VISITORS AND CAPITOL EMPLOYEES. GOMES
HR165 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATURE TO MAKE THE CAPITOL MORE USER-FRIENDLY AND BEAUTIFUL. GOMES
HR166 REQUESTING THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR ANOTHER LIFEGUARD AT WAIMANALO BEACH. GOMES
HR167 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR A FULL-TIME TEMPORARY EXEMPT POSITION FOR THE WOMEN'S COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER IN KAILUA TO SUPERVISE INMATES AND WORKERS IN WCCC'S NURSERY AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE PROGRAM. GOMES
HR168 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES TO DEVELOP STRATEGIES TO MEET THE ORAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS OF UNDERSERVED AREAS AND UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS, ESPECIALLY CHILDREN. ARAKAKI, KAHIKINA, ITO, MORITA
HR169 CALLING FOR THE VOLUNTARY REDUCTION OF THE USE OF PESTICIDES, HERBICIDES, AND INSECTICIDES IN THE STATE OF HAWAII AND THE INTRODUCTION OF AN INTEGRATED PESTICIDE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM WHEREVER POSSIBLE. YOSHINAGA
HR170 CALLING FOR THE LABELING OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FOODS PRODUCED AND SOLD IN HAWAII. YOSHINAGA
HR171 ON PRAISING TAIKO MASTER KENNY ENDO ON HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN EAST AND WEST. JAFFE
HR172 COMMENDING HOUSE TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES AND SENATE DATA SYSTEMS FOR THEIR OUTSTANDING COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS IN DEVELOPING THE "ECLIPSE" LEGISLATIVE COMPUTER SYSTEM. SCHATZ
HR173 COMMENDING HAWAII'S 2001 SMALL BUSINESS AWARD WINNERS FOR THEIR ENTREPRENEURSHIP, BUSINESS ACHIEVEMENTS, AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE COMMUNITY. AHU ISA, Morita, Magaoay, Kanoho, Ito, Souki, Yonamine, M. Oshiro, Suzuki, McDermott, Chang, Rath, Espero, Ontai, Pendleton, Cabreros
HR174 COMMENDING AND HONORING THE 80TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS. GARCIA, MOSES, MCDERMOTT, DJOU, CHANG, TAKAI, Schatz, Cabreros, Lee, Espero, Souki, Schatz, Luke, Say, Saiki, Takumi
HR174 COMMENDING AND HONORING THE 80TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS. None
HR175 CONGRATULATING JILL HIROTA, BESS JENNINGS, CHARLENE MIYASHIRO AND DEVORA LEMUS FOR ATTAINING NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION FOR PROFESSIONAL TEACHING AND FOR ELEVATING HIGH QUALITY STANDARDS OF TEACHING THROUGHOUT THE STATE. ITO
HR176 RECOGNIZING AND CONGRATULATING 24 SECOND GRADE STUDENTS FROM EWA BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR THEIR NOTEWORTHY ACCOMPLISHMENTS ON GAINING NATIONAL RECOGNITION IN WINNING HONORABLE MENTION FOR THE MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY CONTEST. ESPERO, Luke, Kanoho, Ahu Isa, Chang, Say, Lee, Magaoay
HR177 CONGRATULATING LEILEHUA HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS EXHIBITION DRILL TEAM WITH ARMS AS THE 2000-01 STATE CHAMPIONS. M. OSHIRO, Garcia, Schatz, Ito, Chang, Abinsay, Ahu Isa, Yoshinaga, Lee, Morita, Takai, Hiraki, Souki, Kanoho, Luke, Hamakawa
HR178 CONGRATULATING THE 2001 NARCISSUS FESTIVAL QUEEN YING YING LEE AND THE MEMBERS OF HER COURT: FIRST PRINCESS BRANDI JIM ON; SECOND PRINCESS MICHELLE LOO; THIRD PRINCESS RACYNE YOUNG; AND FOURTH PRINCESS MELODEE YOUNG. AHU ISA, Morita, Kahikina, Abinsay, Case, Hale, Souki, Espero, Arakaki, Takumi, Takai, Ito, Magaoay
HR179 CONGRATULATING ROSE TSENG ON BECOMING A SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AND THE CHANCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO. HALE, CHANG, KAWAKAMI, AHU ISA, THIELEN, YOSHINAGA, Morita, Hamakawa, Rath, Takamine, Auwae, Meyer, Lee, Marumoto, Luke, Jaffe, Whalen
HR180 CONGRATULATING AND RECOGNIZING THE FILM OFFICES OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FOR THEIR ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE FILM INDUSTRY. GARCIA
HR181 HONORING AND COMMENDING THE WAIKIKI CITIZEN'S PATROL AND THE VISITOR ALOHA SOCIETY OF HAWAII FOR SPREADING SAFETY AND ALOHA IN WAIKIKI. FOX, Ontai, Jaffe, Marumoto, Magaoay, Abinsay, Cabreros, Halford, Leong, Suzuki, Takumi, Ahu Isa, Case, Chang
HR182 CONGRATULATING DIANE YUKIHIRO CHANG FOR HER EIGHT YEARS OF SERVICE AS SENIOR EDITOR, EDITORIAL PAGE EDITOR AND COLUMNIST OF THE HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN AND RECOGNIZING HER EFFORTS IN SUPPORT OF WOMEN'S ISSUES IN THE COMMUNITY. LEE, MORITA, THIELEN, AHU ISA, MARUMOTO, KAWAKAMI, Luke, Hale, Yoshinaga, Jaffe, Auwae, Meyer
HR183 COMMENDING AHAHUI KAAHUMANU FOR THEIR DEDICATION TO THE PRESERVATION AND PERPETUATION OF THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE. AHU ISA
HR184 CONGRATULATING THE FOUR HONOREES OF THE 24TH ANNUAL YWCA OF OAHU LEADERLUNCHEON PROGRAM. THIELEN, LEONG, MORITA, HALE, JAFFE, KAWAKAMI, AUWAE, MARUMOTO, LEE, AHU ISA
HR185 COMMEMORATING THE TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FUKUOKA PREFECTURE/HAWAII SISTER-STATE RELATIONSHIP. ITO, KAHIKINA, ARAKAKI, Hamakawa, Espero, Leong, Ahu Isa, Takai, Saiki, B. Oshiro, Chang, Ontai, Suzuki, Souki, Kanoho, Kawakami, Hiraki
HR186 HONORING HAWAII'S NATIVE SON, CHAD ROWAN, KNOWN THE WORLD OVER AS "AKEBONO", UPON HIS RETURN TO HAWAII FOLLOWING HIS RETIREMENT FROM THE SPORT OF SUMO WHERE HE ROSE TO THE PINNACLE OF THE SPORT, HAVING ATTAINED THE HIGHEST RANK, "YOKOZUNA", OR GRAND CHAMPION. GOMES
HR187 RECOGNIZING AND CONGRATULATING WAIALUA HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL AND WAIPAHU HIGH SCHOOL ROBOTICS TEAM FOR WINNING FIRST PLACE AT THE SILICON VALLEY REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE FIRST ROBOTICS COMPETITION. ABINSAY
HR188 HONORING RONALD E. BRIGHT. PENDLETON, Say
HR189 COMMENDING AND CONGRATULATING HONPA HONGWANJI MISSION'S LIVING TREASURES OF HAWAII PROGRAM ON ITS TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY. HIRAKI
HR190 CONGRATULATING HEAD COACH RILEY WALLACE, THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII RAINBOW WARRIORS' BASKETBALL TEAM, AND THE ENTIRE COACHING STAFF ON WINNING THEIR SECOND WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT TITLE. MCDERMOTT
HR191 HONORING AND CONGRATULATING RICHARD "BUFFALO" KALOLO`OKALANI KEAULANA AND SUNNY GARCIA ON THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN THE WORLD OF SURFING AND HAWAIIAN WATERSPORTS. KAHIKINA, KAWAKAMI
HR192 COMMENDING AND HONORING OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP SCHOOL FOR THEIR EXTRAORDINARY ACHIEVEMENTS AND NATIONWIDE RECOGNITION AND PUBLISHING OF THEIR BOOK "GOD'S PHOTO ALBUM". ESPERO
HR193 HONORING FIVE AMERICAN MOTHERS FOR THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO CHILDREN, FAMILY, COMMUNITY AND STATE. MEYER
HR194 COMMENDING AND HONORING PAST MEMBERS OF THE HAWAII STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FOR THEIR YEARS OF DISTINGUISHED PUBLIC SERVICE TO HAWAII. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, FOX, PENDLETON, LEE
HR195 RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT TO THE RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TWENTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE REGARDING QUORUM AND VOTING REQUIREMENTS OF THE JOINT SENATE-HOUSE COMMITTEES ON CONFERENCE. CASE
HR196 RELATING TO THE QUORUM AND VOTING REQUIREMENTS OF THE JOINT SENATE-HOUSE 2001 COMMITTEES ON CONFERENCE PROCEDURES. CASE
HR197 AUTHORIZING AND EMPOWERING THE SPEAKER TO EXPEND SUCH SUMS TO COMPLETE THE WORK OF THE TWENTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION OF 2001, INCLUDING THE CARRYING OUT OF ANY OFFICIAL LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS IN THE INTERIM BETWEEN THE 2001 AND 2002 SESSIONS. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, FOX
HR198 AUTHORIZING THE SPEAKER TO APPROVE THE JOURNAL OF THIS HOUSE OF ANY LEGISLATIVE DAY BEING COMPILED AS OF THE 60TH DAY. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, FOX
HR199 AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE COMMITTEE ON THE JOURNAL TO COMPILE AND PRINT THE JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, REGULAR SESSION OF 2001. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, FOX
HR200 AUTHORIZING THE SPEAKER TO DESIGNATE WHICH OF THE EMPLOYEES AND OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE BE GIVEN ADDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT TO MEET THE WORK AFTER THE SESSION AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE SPEAKER TO DETERMINE THE PERIOD OF EMPLOYMENT. SAY, LUKE, M. OSHIRO, FOX
HR201 RELATING TO STANDING, INTERIM, AND SPECIAL COMMITTEES AUTHORIZED TO CONDUCT HEARINGS DURING THE INTERIM BETWEEN THE ADJOURNMENT OF THE REGULAR SESSION OF 2001 AND THE CONVENING OF THE REGULAR SESSION OF 2002. SAY
HR202 INFORMING THE SENATE AND THE GOVERNOR THAT THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES IS READY TO ADJOURN SINE DIE. SAY, LUKE
SB1 RELATING TO LIABILITY. KIM
SB2 RELATING TO LODGING OR TENEMENT HOUSES, HOTELS, AND BOARDINGHOUSES. KIM
SB3 RELATING TO PROCUREMENT. MATSUURA
SB4 RELATING TO PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS. MATSUURA
SB5 RELATING TO INSURANCE. MATSUURA
SB6 RELATING TO MEDICAL CARE FOR MINORS. MATSUURA
SB7 RELATING TO RIGHTS OF PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. MATSUURA, SAKAMOTO
SB8 RELATING TO THE COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. INOUYE
SB9 RELATING TO INTOXICATING LIQUOR. INOUYE
SB10 RELATING TO RECYLCED WATER. INOUYE
SB11 RELATING TO THE STATE BUDGET. INOUYE
SB12 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE LOWER HAMAKUA DITCH. INOUYE
SB13 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE WAIKOLOA AFTER SCHOOL LEARNING CENTER. INOUYE
SB14 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO PROVIDE FOR A UNICAMERAL LEGISLATURE. NAKATA
SB15 RELATING TO PRISONS. NAKATA
SB16 RELATING TO MEDICAL FEE SCHEDULES. NAKATA
SB17 RELATING TO COMMUNITY WATER FLUORIDATION. NAKATA
SB18 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SALARY INCREASES FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. NAKATA
SB19 RELATING TO ALTERNATE ENERGY. NAKATA
SB20 RELATING TO THE QUEST MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. NAKATA
SB21 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE PLANT AND NONDOMESTIC ANIMAL QUARANTINE PROGRAM. NAKATA
SB22 RELATING TO THE MINIMUM WAGE. NAKATA
SB23 RELATING TO DISASTER RELIEF. NAKATA
SB24 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. NAKATA
SB25 RELATING TO THE NATIONAL WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL. SLOM
SB26 RELATING TO FIREARMS. SLOM
SB27 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE XI, SECTION 3, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII, TO REQUIRE THE CONSERVATION AND PROTECTION OF OPEN LANDS. CHUN, Kokubun
SB28 RELATING TO DISLOCATED WORKERS. CHUN, KANNO
SB29 RELATING TO INSURANCE. MATSUURA, Hogue, Kokubun, Chun Oakland, Buen
SB30 RELATING TO THE JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS. MATSUURA
SB31 RELATING TO EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES. MATSUURA
SB32 RELATING TO EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES. MATSUURA, Hogue
SB33 RELATING TO JURORS. MATSUURA, Kokubun, Kanno
SB34 RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX. MATSUURA
SB35 RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAXATION. MATSUURA, Kokubun, Kim, Chun
SB36 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLE XVII OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII RELATING TO THE COUNTING OF VOTES. MATSUURA
SB37 RELATING TO EDUCATION. MATSUURA, Buen, Chun
SB38 RELATING TO THE LAND USE COMMISSION. MATSUURA, Kokubun, Kim, Chun
SB39 RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS. MATSUURA, Kokubun
SB40 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT LANDS. MATSUURA, Kokubun, Buen
SB41 RELATING TO CONSERVATION. MATSUURA, Kokubun, Hanabusa, Nakata, Buen, Chun, Taniguchi
SB42 RELATING TO CONSERVATION. MATSUURA, Hanabusa, Kokubun, Nakata, Buen, Chun, Taniguchi
SB43 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. MATSUURA, Hanabusa, Taniguchi, Kokubun, Nakata
SB44 RELATING TO LAND USE. MATSUURA, Slom, Kim
SB45 RELATING TO FARMING. MATSUURA, Kokubun, Buen
SB46 RELATING TO CONSENT. MATSUURA, CHUN, Slom, Sakamoto, Kokubun, Buen, Menor
SB47 RELATING TO CONSENT. MATSUURA, SAKAMOTO, CHUN, Kawamoto, Buen
SB48 RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS. MATSUURA, Kokubun
SB49 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE GOOD BEGINNINGS ALLIANCE. MATSUURA, CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, CHUN, Hogue
SB50 RELATING TO COUNTY LIABILITY. MATSUURA, CHUN, Kokubun, Kim
SB51 RELATING TO CHARTER SCHOOLS. MATSUURA, Slom, Sakamoto, Buen, Kanno, Chun
SB52 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. MATSUURA, Buen
SB53 RELATING TO THE QUEST MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. MATSUURA
SB54 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. MATSUURA
SB55 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. MATSUURA
SB56 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. MATSUURA
SB57 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY. MATSUURA
SB58 RELATING TO RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT FOR STATE AND COUNTY EMPLOYEES. CHUN
SB59 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. MATSUURA
SB60 RELATING TO OCEAN LEASING. MATSUURA
SB61 RELATING TO NEEDLESTICK INJURY PREVENTION. MATSUURA
SB62 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT. MATSUURA
SB63 RELATING TO NURSES. KANNO
SB64 RELATING TO CRIME. KANNO, MATSUURA
SB65 RELATING TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. KANNO, MATSUURA
SB66 RELATING TO AWARDING CUSTODY AND VISITATION. KANNO, MATSUURA
SB67 RELATING TO DOMESTIC ABUSE PROTECTIVE ORDERS. KANNO, MATSUURA
SB68 RELATING TO COURTS. KANNO, MATSUURA
SB69 RELATING TO PROTECTIVE ORDER. KANNO, Matsuura
SB70 RELATING TO THE HAWAII WHISTLEBLOWERS' PROTECTION ACT. KANNO
SB71 RELATING TO PERSONAL SERVICES CONTRACTS. CHUN, Sakamoto
SB72 RELATING TO THE KAHO`OLAWE ISLAND RESERVE COMMISSION. CHUN, BUEN, KAWAMOTO
SB73 RELATING TO STATE AND COUNTY IMMUNITY FROM LIABILITY. CHUN, CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, BUEN, Kokubun, Matsuura, Inouye
SB74 RELATING TO PUBLIC MEETINGS. MATSUURA
SB75 RELATING TO CONSERVATION DISTRICT LANDS. MATSUURA, Chun
SB76 RELATING TO THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY. MATSUURA, Nakata, Chun
SB77 RELATING TO PRIVACY OF HEALTH CARE INFORMATION. MATSUURA, HOGUE, MENOR, Slom, Hemmings, Kawamoto, Sakamoto, Kokubun, Nakata, Chun, Tam, Inouye
SB78 RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH. MATSUURA, Nakata, Chun
SB79 RELATING TO THE PRIVACY OF HEALTH CARE INFORMATION. MATSUURA, MENOR, Kawamoto, Inouye, Tam, Slom
SB80 RELATING TO CORRECTIONS. MATSUURA, Chun
SB81 RELATING TO PRISONS. MATSUURA, Kawamoto, Chun, Kokubun
SB82 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. MATSUURA, Nakata
SB83 RELATING TO DENTAL LICENSING. MATSUURA, Nakata, Chun
SB84 RELATING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT. CHUN, INOUYE, MATSUURA, SAKAMOTO, Bunda
SB85 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR BLUEPRINT FOR CHANGE. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN, KAWAMOTO, MATSUNAGA
SB86 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH THE REHABILITATION OF YOUTH GANG MEMBERS. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, TAM, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN, KAWAMOTO, MATSUNAGA
SB87 RELATING TO FAMILY SUPPORT CENTERS. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, BUEN, IHARA, IGE, MATSUNAGA, Kawamoto
SB88 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE HAWAII YOUTH SERVICES NETWORK FOR ITS TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM FOR UNSERVED STREET YOUTH. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN, KAWAMOTO, MATSUNAGA
SB89 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR RESPITE CARE SERVICES. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN, KAWAMOTO, MATSUNAGA
SB90 RELATING TO AUTISM. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN, KAWAMOTO, MATSUNAGA
SB91 RELATING TO EARLY CHILDHOOD. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, TAM, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN, KAWAMOTO, MATSUNAGA
SB92 RELATING TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, IHARA, IGE, NAKATA, BUEN, KAWAMOTO
SB93 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN, KAWAMOTO, MATSUNAGA
SB94 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN, KAWAMOTO, MATSUNAGA
SB95 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, TAM, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, MATSUNAGA, KANNO, IHARA, IGE, BUEN, KAWAMOTO
SB96 RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGES. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IHARA, KAWAMOTO
SB97 RELATING TO TELEMARKETING FRAUD. KANNO, Matsuura
SB98 RELATING TO LEGAL SERVICES FOR THE INDIGENT. KANNO, MATSUURA
SB99 RELATING TO THE LIQUOR COMMISSION. NAKATA
SB100 RELATING TO NATURAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCES. HANABUSA, INOUYE, KANNO, Tam, Matsuura, Buen, Kawamoto, Nakata
SB101 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE IMMERSION PROGRAM. HANABUSA, TAM, KANNO, CHUN, Kim, Kawamoto, Buen, Matsuura, Nakata, Inouye
SB102 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE V, SECTION 6, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO PROVIDE FOR THE ELECTION OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. HANABUSA, TAM, MATSUURA, CHUN, Kim, Buen, Nakata
SB103 RELATING TO THE UTILIZATION OF FEDERAL FUNDS. HANABUSA, TAM, MATSUURA, CHUN, KANNO, Buen, Taniguchi, Inouye, Kawamoto, Nakata
SB104 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR FUNDING A SECOND AMBULANCE TO SERVICE THE WAIANAE COAST. HANABUSA, Tam, Matsuura, Taniguchi, Kim, Buen, Nakata, Inouye, Kawamoto, Chun, Kanno
SB105 RELATING TO KIKALA-KEOKEA. KOKUBUN, HANABUSA, Buen, Inouye, Kawamoto, Nakata, Taniguchi, Chun
SB106 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. HANABUSA, CHUN, KANNO, Inouye, Buen, Kawamoto, Nakata
SB107 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC LAND TRUST. HANABUSA, CHUN, Inouye, Buen, Taniguchi, Kawamoto, Nakata, Kanno
SB108 RELATING TO THE PRIMARY AND GENERAL ELECTIONS OF THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. HANABUSA (BR)
SB109 RELATING TO THE ELECTION OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. HANABUSA (BR)
SB110 RELATING TO THE ELECTION OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. HANABUSA (BR)
SB111 RELATING TO HOUSING. HANABUSA (BR)
SB112 RELATING TO FUEL TAXES. HANABUSA (BR)
SB113 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE CONTINUED SERVICES OF THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CLEARINGHOUSE AND LEGAL HOTLINE. HANABUSA (BR)
SB114 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR RESPITE CARE SERVICES FOR FAMILIES OF INDIVIDUALS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS. CHUN OAKLAND, TAM, FUKUNAGA, BUEN, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, IHARA
SB115 RELATING TO BAIL. CHUN OAKLAND, TAM, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, CHUMBLEY, Ihara
SB116 RELATING TO BAIL. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, CHUMBLEY, IHARA
SB117 RELATING TO THE COMPUTATION OF A BASIC NEEDS BUDGET. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, Ihara
SB118 RELATING TO CANCER. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, BUEN, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, IHARA, Nakata
SB119 RELATING TO CORRECTIONS. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, BUEN, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, Ihara
SB120 RELATING TO CORRECTIONS. CHUN OAKLAND, TAM, FUKUNAGA, BUEN, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, IHARA
SB121 RELATING TO EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, BUEN, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, IHARA, Nakata
SB122 RELATING TO FIREARMS. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, NAKATA, IHARA
SB123 RELATING TO HOUSING. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, IHARA, Nakata, Buen
SB124 RELATING TO THE WOMEN IN MILITARY SERVICE FOR AMERICA MEMORIAL. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, BUEN
SB124 RELATING TO THE WOMEN IN MILITARY SERVICE FOR AMERICA MEMORIAL. None
SB125 RELATING TO THE STATE BUDGET BUNDA (BR)
SB126 RELATING TO CIVIL LIABILITY. NAKATA
SB126 RELATING TO ENERGY. None
SB127 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE IMPROVEMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF STUDENT LAVATORIES IN ALL HAWAII PUBLIC SCHOOLS. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, TAM, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN, MATSUNAGA, Kawamoto
SB128 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE STATE RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, IHARA, Nakata, Buen
SB129 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR ADDITIONAL SCHOOL CLERICAL POSITIONS. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, TAM, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IHARA, IGE, Kawamoto
SB130 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR BRIDGE TO HOPE PROGRAM. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IHARA, IGE, NAKATA, MATSUURA, BUEN
SB131 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IHARA, IGE, Kawamoto, Matsuura
SB132 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE PEER EDUCATION PROGRAM. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, TAM, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IHARA, IGE, NAKATA, SAKAMOTO, KAWAMOTO, BUEN
SB133 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO RAISE THE AVERAGE SALARY OF PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS IN HAWAII, ADJUSTED FOR COST OF LIVING, TO THE NATIONAL AVERAGE. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, TAM, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IGE, Matsuura, Ihara, Buen
SB134 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT SERVICES. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IHARA, IGE, NAKATA, KAWAMOTO, MATSUURA, BUEN
SB135 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF INTRAFAMILIAL CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IHARA, IGE, KAWAMOTO, MATSUURA
SB136 RELATING TO AMMUNITION. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, IGE
SB137 RELATING TO BODY PIERCING. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA
SB138 RELATING TO CAREGIVERS. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA
SB139 RELATING TO CHILD PROTECTION. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, BUEN
SB140 RELATING TO CLASSROOM LEARNING MATERIALS. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, TAM, KANNO, MATSUURA, IGE, IHARA, BUEN, Fukunaga, Nakata
SB141 RELATING TO A COLLEGE SAVINGS PROGRAM TAX CREDIT.. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE
SB142 RELATING TO COMPUTER ACCESS BY MINORS. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, BUEN, Kawamoto
SB143 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE
SB144 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, BUNDA (BR), BUEN, KANNO, KAWAMOTO, FUKUNAGA, KANNO, MATSUURA, MATSUURA, Ige
SB144 RELATING TO EDUCATION. None
SB144 RELATING TO EDUCATION. None
SB145 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, BUNDA (BR), IGE (BR), KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IGE
SB145 RELATING TO EDUCATION. None
SB145 RELATING TO EDUCATION. None
SB146 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, BUNDA (BR), NAKATA, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IGE, Matsuura, Ihara
SB146 RELATING TO EDUCATION. None
SB146 RELATING TO EDUCATION. None
SB147 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, Ihara, Buen, Kawamoto
SB148 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, TAM, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN
SB149 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IGE, KAWAMOTO, Ihara
SB150 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, TAM, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IGE, MATSUURA, BUEN, Kawamoto
SB151 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IGE, KAWAMOTO, MATSUURA
SB152 RELATING TO HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IGE, Kawamoto, Matsuura, Buen, Ihara
SB153 RELATING TO INCOME TAX CREDITS. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN, Nakata
SB154 RELATING TO MINORS. CHUN OAKLAND, KAWAMOTO, FUKUNAGA, Nakata, Matsuura, Buen
SB155 RELATING TO PARENT-COMMUNITY NETWORKING CENTER PROGRAMS. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, TAM, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN
SB156 RELATING TO SCHOOL BUSES. KANNO, CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, IHARA
SB157 RELATING TO SCHOOL HEALTH. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, NAKATA, BUEN
SB158 RELATING TO SEX OFFENDERS. CHUN OAKLAND, BUNDA, CHUMBLEY, TAM, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IGE
SB158 RELATING TO SEX OFFENDERS. None
SB159 RELATING TO SMOKING IN THE WORKPLACE. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Fukunaga, Nakata, Matsuura, Buen
SB160 RELATING TO SPEEDING. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Fukunaga, Kawamoto, Matsuura, Buen
SB161 RELATING TO STORAGE OF FIREARMS. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, IGE
SB162 RELATING TO TATTOOS. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA
SB163 RELATING TO TAXATION. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE
SB164 RELATING TO TOY VEHICLES. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA
SB165 RELATING TO TAXATION. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IHARA, IGE, KAWAMOTO, MATSUURA, BUEN
SB166 RELATING TO VOCATIONAL EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, TAM, FUKUNAGA, IHARA, Chumbley, Ige, Nakata, Buen, Kawamoto
SB167 RELATING TO THE STUDENT CRIMESTOPPERS PROGRAM. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IGE, Matsuura, Ihara, Buen
SB168 RELATING TO FAMILY CHILD CARE. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, Ige, Matsuura, Buen, Matsunaga, Inouye
SB169 RELATING TO REAL ESTATE. MENOR
SB170 RELATING TO ENTERPRISE ZONES MENOR
SB171 RELATING TO HEALTH INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT. MENOR (BR)
SB172 RELATING TO NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS. MENOR (BR)
SB173 RELATING TO TIME SHARING PLANS. MENOR (BR)
SB174 RELATING TO TIME SHARING PLANS. MENOR (BR)
SB175 RELATING TO TIME SHARING PLANS. MENOR (BR)
SB176 RELATING TO TIME SHARING PLANS. MENOR (BR)
SB177 RELATING TO REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND SALESPERSONS. MENOR (BR)
SB178 RELATING TO CONDOMINIUM PROPERTY REGIMES. MENOR (BR)
SB179 RELATING TO TIME SHARING PLANS. MENOR (BR)
SB180 RELATING TO TIME SHARING PLANS. MENOR (BR)
SB181 RELATING TO TOBACCO PRODUCTS. KANNO, CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, IGE, Kawamoto, Ihara
SB182 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR VETERANS CEMETERIES. MATSUURA, CHUMBLEY, BUEN, ENGLISH, Chun, Kokubun, Inouye
SB183 RELATING TO ACUPUNCTURE PRACTITIONERS. MATSUURA (BR)
SB184 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR DONATED DENTAL SERVICES. MATSUURA
SB185 RELATING TO FISHING. CHUN
SB186 RELATING TO STATE AND COUNTY TORT LIABILITY. CHUN, KOKUBUN, BUEN
SB187 RELATING TO COURTS. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, BUEN, Chun, Nakata, Taniguchi
SB188 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR AMBULANCE SERVICE IN KULA AND KIHEI, MAUI. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, BUEN, Nakata, Chun, Taniguchi
SB189 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MAUI INVASIVE SPECIES COMMITTEE FY 2001 ACTION PLAN. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, Buen, Taniguchi, Chun, Nakata
SB190 RELATING TO COUNTIES. ENGLISH, BUEN, Chumbley, Taniguchi, Chun, Nakata
SB191 RELATING TO THE TOURISM SPECIAL FUND. ENGLISH, Taniguchi
SB192 RELATING TO PERMITS. ENGLISH, Chun, Nakata
SB193 RELATING TO ENERGY. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, MATSUNAGA, Chun, Nakata
SB194 RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, MATSUNAGA, Nakata
SB195 RELATING TO THE PRIVACY OF HEALTH CARE INFORMATION ACT. SAKAMOTO, Chun Oakland
SB196 RELATING TO THE DUPLICATION OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES. SAKAMOTO, CHUN OAKLAND, Ihara
SB197 RELATING TO JUVENILES. SAKAMOTO, Chun Oakland
SB198 RELATING TO TAXATION APPEALS. SAKAMOTO, Kawamoto, Matsuura
SB199 RELATING TO THE PENAL CODE. SAKAMOTO, Chun, Kawamoto, Matsuura
SB200 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT. SAKAMOTO, Kim, Kawamoto
SB201 RELATING TO EDUCATION. KAWAMOTO, Inouye, Fukunaga, Menor, Buen, Sakamoto
SB202 RELATING TO CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY. KAWAMOTO, BUEN, Fukunaga, Inouye, Tam, Hemmings
SB203 RELATING TO BICYCLES. KAWAMOTO, Fukunaga, Inouye, Menor, Tam, Buen, Hemmings
SB204 RELATING TO ANIMAL QUARANTINE. KAWAMOTO, Inouye, Fukunaga, Menor, Tam, Buen, Hemmings
SB205 RELATING TO LICENSE PLATES. KAWAMOTO, Inouye, Fukunaga, Menor, Tam, Buen, Hemmings
SB206 RELATING TO WHARFAGE. KAWAMOTO, Inouye, Fukunaga, Menor, Buen, Hemmings
SB207 RELATING TO INTERISLAND VEHICLE TRANSFERS. KAWAMOTO, Inouye, Fukunaga, Menor, Tam, Buen
SB208 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. KAWAMOTO, Inouye, Fukunaga, Menor, Tam, Buen, Hemmings
SB209 RELATING TO PARKING FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. KAWAMOTO, Inouye, Fukunaga, Menor, Tam, Buen
SB210 RELATING TO PILOTS. KAWAMOTO, BUNDA, Fukunaga, Menor, Tam, Buen, Hemmings, Inouye
SB211 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE DRIVER LICENSING. KAWAMOTO, Fukunaga, Inouye, Buen
SB212 RELATING TO TEMPORARY INSTRUCTION PERMIT. KAWAMOTO, Fukunaga, Inouye, Menor, Tam, Buen, Hemmings
SB213 RELATING TO DRIVER LICENSE RENEWAL. KAWAMOTO, Fukunaga, Inouye, Menor, Tam, Buen, Hemmings
SB214 RELATING TO VETERAN BURIAL GRANTS. KAWAMOTO, Kim, Bunda, Menor, Buen, Sakamoto
SB215 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE PROJECTS. KAWAMOTO, Inouye, Fukunaga, Buen, Sakamoto
SB216 RELATING TO WATERCRAFT. KAWAMOTO, Fukunaga, Inouye, Hemmings
SB216 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR ADDITIONAL SCHOOL CLERICAL POSITIONS. None
SB217 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR ADDITIONAL SCHOOL CLERICAL POSITIONS. KAWAMOTO, Sakamoto
SB218 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. BUEN, MATSUURA, CHUN, Hanabusa, Hogue, Kokubun, Kawamoto
SB219 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. BUEN, MATSUURA, Hanabusa, Hogue, Chun
SB220 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. BUEN, Nakata, Matsuura, Hanabusa, Kokubun, Kawamoto, Inouye, Chun
SB221 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. BUEN, MATSUURA, KOKUBUN, INOUYE, Hogue, Chun, Hanabusa, Kawamoto, Nakata
SB222 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. BUEN, MATSUURA, KOKUBUN, Hogue, Chun, Inouye, Hanabusa, Kawamoto, Nakata
SB223 RELATING TO MACADAMIA NUT RESEARCH. BUEN, MATSUURA, KOKUBUN, Hogue, Chumbley, Kawamoto, Inouye, Hanabusa, Nakata
SB224 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR PINEAPPLE RESEARCH. BUEN, MATSUURA, INOUYE, Hogue, Kokubun, Chun, Hanabusa, Kawamoto, Taniguchi, Nakata
SB225 RELATING TO TORT LIABILITY IMMUNITY. BUEN, MATSUURA, KANNO, Hanabusa, Tam, Inouye, Chun Oakland, Kawamoto
SB226 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. BUEN, KANNO, Hanabusa
SB227 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES. CHUN OAKLAND, IHARA, Matsuura, Fukunaga, Chumbley
SB228 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR HEALTH-CARE PROVIDERS OF THE MEDICALLY UNDERSERVED. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB229 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR HEALTHY START. CHUN OAKLAND, IHARA, Nakata, Buen, Matsuura, Chumbley, Fukunaga
SB230 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR QUEST DENTAL SERVICES. CHUN OAKLAND, Buen, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB231 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE MILLENNIUM PROJECT, THE CONFERENCE IN THE YEAR ONE 2001. CHUN OAKLAND, Buen, Matsuura, Fukunaga, Chumbley, Ihara
SB232 RELATING TO CHILD SUPPORT. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Fukunaga, Ihara
SB233 RELATING TO CHIROPRACTIC. CHUN OAKLAND, Fukunaga
SB234 RELATING TO COUNTIES. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Fukunaga, Ihara, Chumbley
SB235 RELATING TO DENTISTS. CHUN OAKLAND, Buen, Matsuura, Fukunaga, Chumbley
SB236 RELATING TO DEVELOPING AN INTEGRATED LONG-TERM CARE SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEM. CHUN OAKLAND, IHARA, Matsuura, Fukunaga, Chumbley
SB237 RELATING TO DNA TESTING. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB238 RELATING TO DISABLED PERSONS. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB239 RELATING TO FIREWORKS. CHUN OAKLAND
SB240 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT PROPERTY. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB241 RELATING TO HEALTH INSURANCE. CHUN OAKLAND, Buen, Matsuura, Fukunaga, Chumbley
SB242 RELATING TO HOUSING. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB243 RELATING TO INSURANCE. CHUN OAKLAND, Fukunaga
SB244 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE BENEFITS. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Fukunaga, Chumbley
SB245 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE TAX BENEFITS. CHUN OAKLAND, BUEN, MATSUURA, FUKUNAGA, IHARA
SB246 RELATING TO MEDICAL FEE SCHEDULES. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB247 RELATING TO MINORS. CHUN OAKLAND, Buen, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB248 RELATING TO PAPERWORK REDUCTION. CHUN OAKLAND, IHARA, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB249 RELATING TO PART-TIME EMPLOYEES. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB250 RELATING TO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. CHUN OAKLAND, Fukunaga, Ihara
SB251 RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL COUNSELORS. CHUN OAKLAND, Menor, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB252 RELATING TO THE PRACTICE OF PHARMACY. CHUN OAKLAND, Fukunaga
SB253 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB254 RELATING TO PUBLIC RIGHTS-OF-WAY. CHUN OAKLAND, Fukunaga
SB255 RELATING TO REAL PROPERTY APPRAISALS. CHUN OAKLAND, Fukunaga
SB256 RELATING TO QUEST HEALTH PLANS. CHUN OAKLAND, Buen, Matsuura, Fukunaga, Ihara
SB257 RELATING TO THE RETURN OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. CHUN OAKLAND, Fukunaga, Chumbley
SB258 RELATING TO SUBMISSION OF REPORTS TO THE LEGISLATURE. CHUN OAKLAND
SB259 RELATING TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE SCHOOLS. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB260 RELATING TO TAXATION. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Chumbley
SB261 RELATING TO TELEMARKETERS. CHUN OAKLAND, Fukunaga, Ihara, Matsuura
SB262 RELATING TO TORT LIABILITY. CHUN OAKLAND, Buen, Matsuura, Fukunaga, Chumbley
SB263 RELATING TO UNLICENSED CONTRACTORS. CHUN OAKLAND, Fukunaga
SB264 RELATING TO CERTIFICATION FOR TAX EXEMPTION. KOKUBUN
SB265 RELATING TO MANDATORY HEALTH COVERAGE FOR ACUPUNCTURE SERVICES. KOKUBUN
SB266 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE VIOLATIONS. KOKUBUN
SB267 RELATING TO PUBLIC DISPLAY. KOKUBUN
SB268 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE IMMERSION PROGRAM. CHUN, Hanabusa, Tam
SB269 RELATING TO ELECTRICAL COOPERATIVES. CHUN (BR)
SB270 RELATING TO CONSUMER COOPERATIVES. CHUN (BR)
SB271 RELATING TO BOATING SAFETY. NAKATA
SB272 RELATING TO BOATING SAFETY. NAKATA
SB273 RELATING TO HIGHWAYS. KIM, MATSUURA, BUEN, KANNO, HOGUE, CHUN, ENGLISH, Menor, Kokubun, Tam, Sakamoto, Nakata, Hanabusa, Ige, Hemmings, Slom
SB274 RELATING TO THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY. KIM, Buen, Tam, English, Sakamoto, Kanno, Hanabusa, Kawamoto, Menor, Taniguchi, Inouye, Chun
SB275 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB276 RELATING TO FEES. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB277 RELATING TO FUNDS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB278 RELATING TO FUNDS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB279 RELATING TO FUNDS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB280 RELATING GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB281 RELATING TO GRANTS, SUBSIDIES AND PURCHASES OF SERVICE. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB282 RELATING TO PUBLIC MONEY AND CONTRACTS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB283 RELATING TO STATE BONDS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB284 RELATING TO FINANCES. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB285 RELATING TO FINANCES. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB286 RELATING TO STATE FUNDS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB287 RELATING TO STATE FUNDS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB288 RELATING TO STATE FUNDS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB289 RELATING TO TAXATION. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB290 RELATING TO TAXATION. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB291 RELATING TO THE BUDGET. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB292 RELATING TO REVENUES. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB293 RELATING TO REVENUES. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB294 RELATING TO BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IN HAWAII. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB295 RELATING TO BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IN HAWAII. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB296 RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB297 RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB298 RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB299 RELATING TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB300 RELATING TO RECREATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB301 RELATING TO RECREATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB302 RELATING TO TECHNOLOGY. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB303 RELATING TO TECHNOLOGY. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB304 RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB305 RELATING TO THE ECONOMY. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB306 RELATING TO COMMUNITY BASED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB307 RELATING TO THE FOREIGN TRADE ZONE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB308 RELATING TO THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB309 RELATING TO THE HAWAII STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB310 RELATING TO THE ALOHA TOWER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB311 RELATING TO THE HIGH TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB312 RELATING TO BANKING. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB313 RELATING TO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB314 RELATING TO BUSINESS REGULATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB315 RELATING TO COMMUNICATIONS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB316 RELATING TO COMMUNICATIONS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB317 RELATING TO CONSUMER PROTECTION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB318 RELATING TO CONSUMER PROTECTION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB319 RELATING TO INFORMATION PRACTICES. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB320 RELATING TO INSURANCE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB321 RELATING TO INSURANCE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB322 RELATING TO INSURANCE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB323 RELATING TO INSURANCE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB324 RELATING TO INTERSTATE BANKING. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB325 RELATING TO PROFESSIONS AND VOCATIONS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB326 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB327 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB328 RELATING TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB329 RELATING TO CONDOMINIUM PROPERTY REGIMES. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB330 RELATING TO CONDOMINIUM PROPERTY REGIMES. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB331 RELATING TO HOUSING. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB332 RELATING TO HOUSING. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB333 RELATING TO LEASEHOLDS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB334 RELATING TO THE LANDLORD TENANT CODE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB335 RELATING TO CONSUMER PROTECTION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB336 RELATING TO TOURISM. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB337 RELATING TO TOURISM. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB338 RELATING TO TOURISM. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB339 RELATING TO TOURISM. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB340 RELATING TO COUNTIES. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB341 RELATING TO COUNTIES. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB342 RELATING TO INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB343 RELATING TO INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB344 RELATING TO FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB345 RELATING TO FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB346 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB347 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB348 RELATING TO TRAINING. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB349 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB350 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB351 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB352 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB353 RELATING TO ENERGY. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB354 RELATING TO ENERGY. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB355 RELATING TO HUNTING. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB356 RELATING TO ECOLOGY. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB356 RELATING TO ECOLOGY. None
SB357 RELATING TO ENDANGERED SPECIES. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB358 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENT. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB359 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENT. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB360 RELATING TO ENVIRONMENT. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB361 RELATING TO COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB362 RELATING TO LAND USE. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB363 RELATING TO LAND USE. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB364 RELATING TO PLANNING. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB365 RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB366 RELATING TO WATER. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB367 RELATING TO OCEAN RESOURCES. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB368 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB369 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB370 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB371 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB372 RELATING TO AQUACULTURE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB373 RELATING TO AQUACULTURE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB374 RELATING TO MARICULTURE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB375 RELATING TO MARICULTURE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB376 RELATING TO THE ARTS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB377 RELATING TO THE ARTS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB378 RELATING TO CULTURE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB379 RELATING TO CULTURE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB380 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB381 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB382 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB383 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB384 RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB385 RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB386 RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB387 RELATING TO LIBRARIES. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB388 RELATING TO HISTORIC PRESERVATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB389 RELATING TO CULTURAL AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB390 RELATING TO HEALTH. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB391 RELATING TO HEALTH. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB392 RELATING TO HEALTH. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB393 RELATING TO HEALTH. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB394 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB395 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB396 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB397 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB398 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB399 RELATING TO MEDQUEST. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB400 RELATING TO THE ELDERLY. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB401 RELATING TO MINORS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB402 RELATING TO STATE GOVERNMENT. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB403 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PUBLIC PROCUREMENT CODE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB404 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PUBLIC PROCUREMENT CODE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB405 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB406 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB407 RELATING TO ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB408 RELATING TO CONTRACTS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB409 RELATING TO CIVIL DEFENSE. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB410 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB411 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB412 RELATING TO VETERANS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB413 RELATING TO MILITARY AFFAIRS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB414 RELATING TO MILITARY AFFAIRS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB415 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB416 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB417 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB418 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB419 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN CLAIMS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB420 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB421 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB422 RELATING TO CAMPAIGN SPENDING. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB423 RELATING TO CIVIL PROCEEDINGS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB424 RELATING TO COURTS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB425 RELATING TO CRIME. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB426 RELATING TO CRIME. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB427 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB428 RELATING TO FIREARMS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB429 RELATING TO MARRIAGE. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB430 RELATING TO PROBATE. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB431 RELATING TO PROTECTIVE SERVICES. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB432 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB433 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB434 RELATING TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB435 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB436 RELATING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB437 RELATING TO ETHICS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB438 RELATING TO PRISONS. KAWAMOTO, CHUN
SB439 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO. INOUYE, Kokubun, Matsuura
SB440 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. HANABUSA, MATSUURA, BUEN, NAKATA, KANNO, Chun, English, Tam, Ige, Kawamoto, Chun Oakland, Taniguchi, Kokubun
SB441 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS COMMISSION ACT. HANABUSA, MATSUURA, CHUN, BUEN, NAKATA, ENGLISH, KANNO, CHUN OAKLAND, Hogue, Slom, Ige, Ihara, Tam, Kawamoto, Taniguchi, Kokubun
SB442 RELATING TO DENTISTRY. HANABUSA, MATSUURA, CHUN, BUEN, NAKATA, ENGLISH, CHUN OAKLAND, Hogue, Ige, Tam, Slom, Chumbley, Kawamoto, Kokubun
SB443 RELATING TO SUBMINIMUM WAGES FOR TIPPED EMPLOYEES. HANABUSA, Buen, Chun Oakland, Kim, Taniguchi, Chun, Nakata, Tam, Matsuura
SB444 RELATING TO THE MINIMUM WAGE. HANABUSA, Buen, Chun Oakland, Fukunaga, Taniguchi, Nakata, Tam, Matsuura
SB445 RELATING TO MEAL BREAKS. HANABUSA, Buen, Nakata, Matsuura, Tam, Chun Oakland, Fukunaga, Kim, Chun
SB446 RELATING TO UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION. HANABUSA, Buen, Chun Oakland, Fukunaga, Chun, Nakata, Tam, Matsuura
SB447 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES. HANABUSA, Buen, Fukunaga, Chun, Taniguchi, Nakata, Tam, Matsuura
SB448 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES. HANABUSA, Buen, Chun Oakland, Fukunaga, Nakata, Tam, Matsuura
SB449 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES. HANABUSA, Buen, Chun Oakland, Fukunaga, Kim, Taniguchi, Nakata, Tam, Matsuura
SB450 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT SERVICE CONTRACTS. HANABUSA, Buen, Chun Oakland, Fukunaga, Nakata, Taniguchi, Tam, Matsuura
SB451 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR REPRESENTATION OF HAWAII AT THE FESTIVAL OF PACIFIC ARTS. HANABUSA (BR)
SB452 RELATING TO FLOURIDATION OF HAWAII'S WATER SUPPLY. SLOM, Tam, Chun Oakland, Hemmings
SB453 RELATING TO THE RIGHTS OF VICTIMS. SLOM, Chumbley, Buen, Hogue, Kawamoto, Taniguchi, Kokubun, Chun Oakland, Sakamoto, Hemmings, Hanabusa
SB454 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. SLOM, Hemmings, Hogue, Chumbley, Buen, Tam, Kawamoto, Kokubun, Chun Oakland, Hanabusa, Sakamoto
SB455 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. SLOM, Hemmings, Hogue, Buen, Tam, Kawamoto, Taniguchi, Kokubun, Chun Oakland, Hanabusa, Sakamoto
SB456 RELATING TO TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATION TAX. SLOM, Buen, Hemmings
SB457 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE PURCHASE AND REDEVELOPMENT OF THE MOLOKAI ELECTRIC POWER PLANT SITE. BUEN, MENOR, Hanabusa, Chumbley, Tam, English, Chun, Inouye, Kawamoto, Taniguchi, Kim
SB458 RELATING TO TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS. BUEN, BUNDA (BR), KANNO, Hanabusa, Tam, Slom, Matsuura, Kawamoto, Kim
SB458 RELATING TO TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS. None
SB459 RELATING TO THE KAHULUI ARMORY. BUEN, KAWAMOTO, Hemmings, Tam, Matsuura
SB460 RELATING TO THE STATE WATER CODE. BUEN, INOUYE, Hogue, Matsuura, Kokubun, Kawamoto, Nakata, Hanabusa, Kim
SB461 RELATING TO IDENTIFICATION. CHUMBLEY, CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, IHARA, IGE, Buen, Kawamoto
SB462 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR FAMILIES FOR R.E.A.L. (RESOURCES FOR EARLY ACCESS TO LEARNING). CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, MATSUURA, IGE, Chumbley, Ihara
SB463 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO PAPA OLA LOKAHI FOR NATIVE HAWAIIAN HEALTH. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Matsuura, Ihara
SB464 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Taniguchi, Matsuura, Ihara
SB465 RELATING TO CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD CHECKS. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, Matsuura
SB466 RELATING TO FAMILY CHILD CARE HOMES. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Ihara
SB467 RELATING TO REAL PROPERTY LEASES. CHUN OAKLAND, Fukunaga
SB468 RELATING TO TORT ACTIONS. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO
SB469 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR PARKING FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. KIM
SB470 RELATING TO FIREWORKS. IGE (BR)
SB471 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT. CHUMBLEY
SB472 RELATING TO LAND USE. CHUMBLEY, BUEN, ENGLISH
SB473 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. CHUMBLEY
SB474 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE HANA COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, BUEN
SB475 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF CREATING A LOOKOUT AT HO'OKIPA ON THE HANA HIGHWAY. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, BUEN
SB476 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO PLAN AND DEVELOP THE HAWAII GERIATRIC RESEARCH AND TRAINING CENTER AT KULA HOSPITAL. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, BUEN
SB477 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 6, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO CHANGE THE ELIGIBILITY TO SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE SENATE OR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. CHUMBLEY
SB478 RELATING TO PATHOLOGICAL INTOXICATION. CHUMBLEY
SB479 RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS. CHUMBLEY
SB480 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR HANA HIGH SCHOOL. CHUMBLEY, BUEN, ENGLISH
SB481 RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS. CHUMBLEY
SB482 RELATING TO CHECK CASHING. CHUMBLEY, English
SB483 RELATING TO RESTRAINT OF TRADE. MENOR, CHUMBLEY
SB484 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS TO ASSIST INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES. INOUYE, KOKUBUN, MATSUURA
SB485 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR KAUAI FOOD BANK, INC. CHUMBLEY, CHUN
SB486 RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAXATION. CHUMBLEY
SB487 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. CHUMBLEY
SB488 RELATING TO CHILDREN. CHUMBLEY
SB489 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR TARO RESEARCH. CHUMBLEY
SB490 RELATING TO DISPOSITION OF CONVICTED DEFENDANTS. CHUMBLEY
SB491 RELATING TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. CHUMBLEY
SB492 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. CHUMBLEY
SB493 RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS. HANABUSA, NAKATA, BUEN, CHUN, MATSUURA, MATSUNAGA, CHUMBLEY, TAM, KOKUBUN, TANIGUCHI, IGE, KIM, ENGLISH, Slom, Kawamoto
SB494 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE WAIANAE COAST COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CENTER. HANABUSA, Chun, Nakata, Tam, Matsuura, Buen, Kanno, Menor, Kim
SB495 RELATING TO HALFWAY HOUSES. HANABUSA, KANNO, Nakata, Tam, Buen, Menor
SB496 RELATING TO STATE FOUNDATION ON CULTURE AND THE ARTS. HANABUSA, CHUN, Kokubun
SB497 RELATING TO THE COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. HANABUSA, Chun, Kokubun
SB498 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE NANAKULI HOMESTEAD CEMETERY. HANABUSA, Chun, Kokubun
SB499 RELATING TO LEAVE SHARING. HANABUSA, Chun, Kokubun
SB500 RELATING TO DILLINGHAM AIRFIELD. HANABUSA (BR)
SB501 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND PRIVATIZATION. SLOM, HEMMINGS, HOGUE
SB502 RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX. HEMMINGS, HOGUE, SLOM
SB503 RELATING TO FOOD AND MEDICINE. HEMMINGS, HOGUE, SLOM
SB504 RELATING TO RENEGOTIATING THE FELIX V. CAYETANO CONSENT DECREE. HOGUE, SLOM, HEMMINGS
SB505 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. HOGUE, SLOM, HEMMINGS
SB506 RELATING TO SCHOOL REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE. HOGUE, SLOM, HEMMINGS
SB507 RELATING TO SCHOOLS. HOGUE, Hemmings, Slom
SB508 RELATING TO VICE-PRINCIPALS. HOGUE, Hemmings, Slom
SB509 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE X, SECTIONS 2 AND 3, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. HOGUE, SLOM, HEMMINGS
SB510 RELATING TO SPECIAL EDUCATION TAX CREDITS. HOGUE, SLOM, HEMMINGS
SB511 RELATING TO TUITION WAIVERS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. HOGUE, SLOM, HEMMINGS
SB512 RELATING TO SPECIAL EDUCATION. HOGUE, SLOM, HEMMINGS
SB513 RELATING TO THE FELIX V. CAYETANO CONSENT DECREE. HOGUE, SLOM, HEMMINGS
SB514 RELATING TO BILLING ERRORS. HEMMINGS
SB515 RELATING TO THE STATE HEALTH PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY. HEMMINGS, Hogue, Slom
SB516 RELATING TO DOGS. HEMMINGS
SB517 RELATING TO THE WAIMANALO PUBLIC LIBRARY. HEMMINGS, Hogue, Slom
SB518 RELATING TO HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. HEMMINGS, Hogue, Slom
SB519 RELATING TO KAILUA/WAIMANALO BAY. HEMMINGS, Hogue, Slom
SB520 RELATING TO TEACHERS. SAKAMOTO, Tam, Chumbley, Kawamoto, Menor, Chun Oakland
SB521 RELATING TO AN EDUCATION RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT REVOLVING FUND. SAKAMOTO, Chumbley, Kawamoto, English, Ige, Menor, Chun Oakland
SB522 RELATING TO THE EDUCATION STOREROOM. SAKAMOTO, Tam, Chumbley, Kawamoto, English, Hogue, Ige, Menor, Chun Oakland
SB523 RELATING TO APPOINTED PUBLIC OFFICIALS. SAKAMOTO, Tam, Chumbley, Kawamoto, English, Hogue, Ige, Menor, Chun Oakland
SB524 RELATING TO PRINCIPALS AND VICE-PRINCIPALS. SAKAMOTO, Tam, Chumbley, Kawamoto, English, Hogue, Ige, Menor, Chun Oakland
SB525 RELATING TO TEXTBOOKS. SAKAMOTO, MATSUNAGA, Chumbley, Chun Oakland, Kawamoto, Menor, Hogue, English, Tam, Ige
SB526 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, MATSUNAGA, English, Chumbley, Chun Oakland, Kawamoto, Menor, Hogue, Tam, Ige
SB527 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, CHUMBLEY, CHUN OAKLAND, MATSUNAGA, Kawamoto, Menor, Hogue, English, Tam, Ige
SB528 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, MATSUNAGA, English, Chumbley, Chun Oakland, Kawamoto, Menor, Hogue, Tam, Ige
SB529 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR STUDENT ACTIVITIES COORDINATORS AND HIGH SCHOOL CLASS ADVISORS. SAKAMOTO, CHUN OAKLAND, MATSUNAGA, TAM, Chumbley, Kawamoto, Menor, English, Ige
SB530 RELATING TO SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS. SAKAMOTO, MATSUNAGA, Chumbley, Chun Oakland, Menor, Kawamoto, Hogue, English, Ige
SB531 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, MATSUNAGA, Chumbley, Chun Oakland, Kawamoto, Menor, Hogue, English, Tam, Ige
SB532 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, MATSUNAGA, Chumbley, Chun Oakland, Kawamoto, Menor, Hogue, English, Ige
SB533 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, MATSUNAGA, Chumbley, Chun Oakland, Kawamoto, Menor, Hogue, English, Tam, Ige
SB534 RELATING TO MASTER TEACHERS. SAKAMOTO, Chumbley, Chun Oakland, Matsunaga, Kawamoto, Menor, Hogue, English, Tam, Ige
SB535 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, Chumbley, Chun Oakland, Matsunaga, Kawamoto, Menor, Hogue, English, Ige, Tam
SB536 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, Chun Oakland, Kawamoto, Menor
SB537 RELATING TO SPECIAL EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, Chumbley, Chun Oakland, Matsunaga, Kawamoto, Menor, English, Tam, Ige
SB538 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR SCHOOL CLUB ADVISORS. SAKAMOTO, Chun Oakland, Kawamoto, Menor, Tam, Ige
SB539 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, Chun Oakland, Kawamoto, Menor, Tam, Ige
SB540 RELATING TO TAXATION. SAKAMOTO, Kawamoto, Matsuura
SB541 RELATING TO SIGNATURES. SAKAMOTO, Kawamoto, Matsuura, Menor
SB542 RELATING TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT. TAM, KANNO, Slom
SB543 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO RECRUIT INVESTMENT FROM PACIFIC RIM COUNTRIES IN SUPPORT OF COMMUNITYBASED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TAM, Hogue, Chumbley, Taniguchi
SB544 RELATING TO HIGH TECHNOLOGY. TAM, KANNO, Hogue, Taniguchi, Chumbley, Buen, Inouye
SB545 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR PACON INTERNATIONAL. TAM, KANNO, Hogue, Taniguchi, Chumbley, Buen, Menor, Inouye, English
SB546 RELATING TO PUBLIC HOUSING. TAM, KANNO, Hogue, English, Menor
SB547 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO EXPAND THE AGRICULTURAL LOAN FUND. TAM, Slom, Ihara, Ige
SB548 RELATING TO INCOME TAXATION. TAM, Slom, Ihara, Ige
SB549 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MANUFACTURING EXTENSION PROGRAMS. TAM, Slom, Ihara, Ige
SB550 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO REPAIR AND MAINTAIN STATE-OWNED SMALL BOAT RECREATIONAL HARBORS. TAM, Slom, Ihara, Ige
SB551 RELATING TO GASOLINE DEALERS. TAM, MENOR, Ige, Chumbley, Ihara, Kawamoto, Ige, Bunda, Matsuura, Buen, Matsunaga, English, Fukunaga, Taniguchi
SB551 RELATING TO TAXATION. None
SB552 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A KOREAN WAR MUSEUM. TAM, Kim, Ihara, Ige
SB553 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. TAM, Slom
SB554 RELATING TO SHARK FINNING. TAM, Slom
SB555 RELATING TO TAXATION. SAKAMOTO, Chun Oakland, Kawamoto, Chumbley
SB556 RELATING TO TAXATION. SAKAMOTO, Ige, Kawamoto, Chumbley
SB557 RELATING TO WAGE AND HOUR LAW. SAKAMOTO, Chun, Matsuura, Chun Oakland, Kokubun
SB558 RELATING TO PROCUREMENT. SAKAMOTO, Kawamoto, Chumbley, Taniguchi
SB559 RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS. SAKAMOTO, Chun Oakland, Ige, Kawamoto, Chumbley
SB560 RELATING TO TEACHERS. SAKAMOTO
SB561 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO
SB562 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, HOGUE, Tam, Menor, Buen, Chumbley, Ige, Slom, English, Ihara, Nakata
SB563 RELATING TO STUDENT TRANSPORTATION. SAKAMOTO, Tam, Menor, English, Hogue, Buen, Ige, Nakata, Ihara, Chumbley, Kanno
SB564 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, Matsunaga, Tam, Menor, Slom, Kawamoto, Ige, Nakata, Ihara, Kanno
SB565 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, Chumbley, Kanno, English, Menor, Tam, Slom, Kawamoto, Ihara, Ige, Nakata
SB566 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, HOGUE, Buen, Chumbley, Tam, Menor, Ige, Slom, English, Ihara, Nakata
SB567 RELATING TO PERFORMANCE-BASED BUDGETING. SAKAMOTO, HOGUE, Tam, Menor, Slom, English, Kanno, Buen, Ihara, Ige, Chumbley
SB568 RELATING TO THE WAGE AND HOUR LAW. SAKAMOTO, HOGUE, Slom, English
SB569 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE ANALYST. SAKAMOTO, English, Chun, Chumbley, Kawamoto, Matsuura, Menor, Tam, Hanabusa, Buen, Fukunaga, Kokubun, Slom, Hogue, Ihara, Ige, Kanno, Nakata
SB570 RELATING TO SUBMISSION OF REPORTS TO THE LEGISLATURE. SAKAMOTO, HOGUE, Slom, English, Nakata, Ihara, Ige, Chumbley, Kanno
SB571 RELATING TO PERFORMANCE-BASED BUDGETING. SAKAMOTO, Chumbley, English, Tam, Menor, Slom, Kawamoto, Ihara, Ige, Kanno
SB572 RELATING TO CIVIL JUSTICE REFORM. SAKAMOTO
SB573 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. SAKAMOTO
SB574 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. SAKAMOTO
SB575 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. SAKAMOTO
SB576 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. SAKAMOTO
SB577 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. SAKAMOTO
SB578 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO
SB579 RELATING TO CORPORATE INCOME TAX. SAKAMOTO
SB580 RELATING TO INFORMED CONSENT FOR ABORTION. SAKAMOTO
SB581 RELATING TO TRAVEL AGENTS. SAKAMOTO
SB582 RELATING TO CYBERSPACE ENTREPRENEURS ACADEMIES. SAKAMOTO
SB583 RELATING TO THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE. SAKAMOTO
SB584 RELATING TO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PERSONNEL. SAKAMOTO
SB585 RELATING TO DISASTER RELIEF. SAKAMOTO, CHUN OAKLAND, Ihara
SB586 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR KIKALA KEOKEA SUBDIVISION. KOKUBUN, HANABUSA, CHUN, Taniguchi
SB587 RELATING TO DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR. KOKUBUN
SB588 RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATIONS. NAKATA
SB589 RELATING TO DENTAL INSURANCE. MENOR, Taniguchi
SB590 RELATING TO PSYCHOLOGISTS. MENOR (BR), BUNDA
SB591 RELATING TO OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS. MENOR (BR)
SB592 RELATING TO HURRICANE SHELTERS. MENOR
SB593 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE RENTAL INDUSTRY. MENOR
SB594 RELATING TO NEUROTRAUMA. MATSUURA, CHUN OAKLAND
SB595 RELATING TO PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY TAX. MATSUURA, Buen, English, Kokubun, Hogue, Inouye, Chun
SB596 RELATING TO COUNTIES. MATSUURA, KANNO, Buen, Hogue
SB597 RELATING TO THE STATE COUNCIL ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES. MATSUURA
SB598 RELATING TO BIRTH DEFECTS. MATSUURA
SB599 RELATING TO THE HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION. MATSUURA
SB600 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR WAIAKEAWAENA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. MATSUURA
SB601 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE XII OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO ESTABLISH AN OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS. HANABUSA (BR)
SB602 RELATING TO TAXATION. KIM (BR)
SB603 ADOPTING AN OFFICIAL STATE TARTAN. KIM
SB604 RELATING TO TORTS. INOUYE, English
SB605 RELATING TO STATE LEASES. INOUYE, BUEN, English, Nakata, Chun
SB606 RELATING TO RECYCLED WATER. INOUYE, CHUN OAKLAND, Ihara, Nakata, Chun, Kokubun
SB607 RELATING TO CONSERVATION DISTRICT. INOUYE, Ihara
SB608 RELATING TO FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS. IHARA (BR)
SB609 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR. IHARA (BR)
SB610 RELATING TO REGULATORY LICENSING. IHARA (BR)
SB611 RELATING TO SENTENCING. IHARA (BR)
SB612 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM. IHARA, ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, CHUN OAKLAND, Kawamoto, Matsunaga
SB613 RELATING TO VOTER REGISTRATION. IHARA, CHUN OAKLAND, Fukunaga, Nakata, Buen, Matsunaga, Chumbley, Kokubun, Ige, Kawamoto
SB614 RELATING TO THE WHISTLEBLOWERS' PROTECTION ACT. NAKATA, KANNO, IHARA, CHUN OAKLAND, Kokubun, Ige, Chun, Kawamoto, Chumbley, Matsunaga
SB615 RELATING TO ACCESS ORGANIZATIONS. IHARA, Chumbley, Matsunaga, Fukunaga
SB616 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. IHARA, Chumbley, Matsuura, Matsunaga, Fukunaga
SB617 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. IHARA, CHUMBLEY, Matsunaga, Chun
SB618 RELATING TO SMALL BOAT HARBORS. IHARA (BR)
SB619 RELATING TO FEES. IHARA, Kawamoto
SB620 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO FUND THE SMALL BUSINESS DEFENDER POSITION AND OTHER SUPPORT PERSONNEL ESTABLISHED UNDER ACT 168, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1998. IHARA, TAM
SB621 RELATING TO LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS ON THE INTERNET. IHARA, ENGLISH, CHUN, CHUMBLEY, CHUN OAKLAND, Kawamoto, Fukunaga, Matsunaga
SB622 RELATING TO PLANTS AND ANIMALS. BUEN, KOKUBUN, Kawamoto, Chun, Matsuura, Nakata, Hanabusa
SB623 RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS. BUEN, Nakata, Chun, Tam, Matsuura, Hanabusa
SB624 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. BUEN, Kokubun, Kawamoto, Chun, Matsuura, Nakata, Hanabusa
SB625 RELATING TO HARBORS. BUEN, Kokubun, Kawamoto, Matsuura, Menor, Kim, Kanno, Hanabusa
SB626 RELATING TO LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. SLOM
SB627 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE V OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION TO PROVIDE FOR THE ELECTION OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. SLOM, Hemmings, Hogue
SB628 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO PROVIDE FOR A UNICAMERAL LEGISLATURE. SLOM, HOGUE
SB629 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES II, III, AND XVII OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO PROVIDE FOR INITIATIVE REFERENDUM, AND RECALL. SLOM
SB630 RELATING TO INTOXICATING LIQUORS. KOKUBUN, Inouye, Tam, Matsuura
SB631 RELATING TO THE PROCUREMENT OF SMALL PURCHASES. KOKUBUN, Tam, Matsuura, Hemmings
SB632 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE MACADAMIA NUT INDUSTRY. KOKUBUN, Inouye, Matsuura
SB633 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO MATCH FEDERAL FUNDS FOR THE HAWAII FORESTRY AND COMMUNITIES INITIATIVE. KOKUBUN, Inouye, Matsuura
SB634 RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY. KOKUBUN, MATSUURA
SB635 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A COMMUNITY-BASED NEEDS ASSESSMENT STUDY OF THE SENIOR POPULATION IN THE KAILUA-KONA AREA OF HAWAII COUNTY. KOKUBUN, INOUYE
SB636 RELATING TO INSURANCE. KOKUBUN, Matsunaga, Chumbley
SB637 RELATING TO IDENTIFICATION. BUEN, KANNO, Chun Oakland, Chun, Tam, Sakamoto, Matsuura, Hanabusa, Kawamoto
SB638 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE MOLOKAI IRRIGATION SYSTEM. BUEN, Nakata, Chun, Kokubun, Hogue, Matsuura, Hanabusa, Kawamoto
SB639 RELATING TO FIREWEED. BUEN, Nakata, Chumbley, Chun, Kokubun, Matsuura, Hanabusa, Kim, Kawamoto, English, Hogue, Inouye
SB640 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. BUEN, Nakata, Chumbley, Chun, Kokubun, Hogue, Matsuura, Hanabusa, Kawamoto, English, Inouye
SB641 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. MATSUNAGA, Ige, Chumbley, Ihara
SB642 RELATING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT. MATSUNAGA, Ige, Chumbley, Ihara
SB643 RELATING TO DOGS. MATSUNAGA, Ige, Chumbley
SB644 RELATING TO HEIRLOOM MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES. MATSUNAGA, Ige, Chumbley, Ihara
SB645 RELATING TO ELECTRONIC AGE VERIFICATION. MATSUNAGA, Ige, Chumbley
SB646 RELATING TO PASSING A VEHICLE. MATSUNAGA (BR)
SB647 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING A TECHNOLOGY-FOCUSED, COMMUNITY-BASED CENTER IN WAIALUA TOWN. BUNDA
SB648 RELATING TO TAXATION. BUNDA, TANIGUCHI, TAM
SB649 RELATING TO FOOD WASTE RECYLCING. BUNDA
SB650 RELATING TO GAMING. BUNDA
SB651 RELATING TO TAXATION. BUNDA
SB652 RELATING TO THE HIGH TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. BUNDA
SB653 RELATING TO GASOLINE DEALERS. BUNDA
SB654 RELATING TO MEDICAID. BUNDA, MATSUURA, CHUN, ENGLISH, HANABUSA, KAWAMOTO
SB655 RELATING TO CONTRACTORS. BUNDA (BR)
SB656 RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. TAM, Slom, Ige, Chumbley
SB657 RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. TAM, Slom, Ige, Chun Oakland
SB658 RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. TAM, Slom, Ige, Chun Oakland
SB659 RELATING TO THE INCOME TAX. TAM, Slom, Kawamoto, Ige, English, Chun Oakland
SB660 RELATING TO THE BUDGET. TAM, Slom, Kawamoto, Ige, English, Chun Oakland
SB661 RELATING TO THE STATE BUDGET. TAM, Slom, Kawamoto, Ige, English, Chun Oakland
SB662 RELATING TO INCOME TAX. TAM, Slom, Ige, Chun Oakland
SB663 RELATING TO ALA WAI BOAT HARBOR. TAM, IHARA, Chun Oakland
SB664 RELATING TO STATE SMALL BOAT HARBORS. TAM, Ihara, Fukunaga
SB665 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAM, Sakamoto, Menor
SB666 RELATING TO SCHOOLS. TAM, Sakamoto, Menor
SB667 RELATING TO SCHOOL REGISTRARS. TAM, Chumbley, Kawamoto, Ige, English, Chun Oakland
SB668 RELATING TO A TASK FORCE AND MASTER PLAN ON COMPUTER AND TECHNOLOGY UTILIZATION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TAM, Kawamoto, Ige, Chun Oakland
SB669 RELATING TO A VOTING STUDENT ON THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. TAM, Kawamoto, Ige
SB670 RELATING TO THE HAWAII STATE STUDENT COUNCIL. TAM, Kawamoto, Ige, Chun Oakland
SB671 RELATING TO SPECIAL EDUCATION. TAM, Kawamoto, Ige
SB672 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE PURCHASE OF COMPUTERS FOR PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS STATEWIDE. TAM, Chumbley, Kawamoto, Ige, English, Chun Oakland
SB673 RELATING TO ACUPUNCTURE. TAM, Kawamoto
SB674 RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. TAM, Chumbley, Kawamoto, Ige, Chun Oakland
SB675 RELATING TO FEDERAL AID. TAM, Kawamoto, Ige, Chun Oakland
SB676 RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX. TAM, Chumbley, Kawamoto, Ige, English, Chun Oakland
SB677 RELATING TO SCHOOL FACILITIES. TAM, Kawamoto, Ige, Chun Oakland
SB678 RELATING TO TECHNOLOGY. TAM, Kawamoto, Ige, Chun Oakland
SB679 RELATING TO TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS. TAM
SB680 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. TAM, Buen, Kawamoto, Fukunaga
SB681 RELATING TO DRIVER'S LICENSES. TAM, Kawamoto
SB682 RELATING TO STATEWIDE TRAFFIC CODE. TAM, Kawamoto
SB683 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY. TAM, KANNO, Slom, Ihara
SB684 RELATING TO FEES OF THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE. TAM, KANNO, Slom, Nakata, Ihara
SB685 RELATING TO PHYSICIAN LICENSURE. TAM, Menor
SB686 RELATING TO GASOLINE DEALERS. TAM
SB687 RELATING TO LIKE KIND AND QUALITY PARTS. TAM
SB688 RELATING TO REAL PROPERTY APPRAISALS. TAM
SB689 RELATING TO SMALL BOAT HARBORS. TAM
SB690 RELATING TO RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY PARKS. TAM
SB691 RELATING TO DEVELOPMENT OF AN OCEAN PARK AT KAKAAKO. TAM
SB692 RELATING TO THE HONOLULU WATERFRONT. TAM
SB693 RELATING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTI-PURPOSE SPORTS COMPLEX WITH WORLD TRADE OFFICE AND INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX. TAM
SB694 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAM
SB695 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAM
SB696 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES. TAM
SB697 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES. TAM
SB698 RELATING TO STATE BONDS. TANIGUCHI
SB699 RELATING TO TAXATION. TANIGUCHI
SB700 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SALARY INCREASES FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. TANIGUCHI
SB701 RELATING TO TAXATION. TANIGUCHI
SB702 RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES. TANIGUCHI
SB703 RELATING TO THE HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. TANIGUCHI
SB704 RELATING TO CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION. TANIGUCHI
SB705 RELATING TO STATUTORY REVISION: AMENDING, REENACTING, OR REPEALING VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF THE HAWAII REVISED STATUTES AND THE SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII FOR THE PURPOSE OF CORRECTING ERRORS AND REFERENCES, CLARIFYING LANGUAGE, AND DELETING OBSOLETE OR UNNECESSARY PROVISIONS. BUNDA
SB706 RELATING TO STATE GOVERNMENT. BUNDA, KAWAMOTO, SAKAMOTO
SB707 RELATING TO HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. BUNDA
SB708 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR HO'OLANA. BUNDA, KAWAMOTO
SB709 RELATING TO DEATH WITH DIGNITY. BUNDA
SB710 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. BUNDA
SB711 RELATING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT. BUNDA
SB712 RELATING TO EDUCATION. BUNDA
SB713 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE HONOLULU SYMPHONY. TANIGUCHI
SB714 RELATING TO TRAFFIC PROBLEMS. TANIGUCHI
SB715 RELATING TO THE WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION ACT. TANIGUCHI
SB716 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS TO ASSIST NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATIONS THAT PROVIDE HEALTH CARE FACILITIES. TANIGUCHI
SB717 RELATING TO ANTITRUST. TANIGUCHI (BR)
SB718 RELATING TO CIVIL RIGHTS. KANNO
SB719 RELATING TO INDEMNITY. KANNO
SB720 RELATING TO PROHIBITION OF DISCRIMINATION BY PUBLIC ENTITIES TOWARDS INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES. KANNO
SB721 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE WORKING GROUP. KANNO
SB722 RELATING TO CHECK CASHING. KANNO (BR)
SB723 RELATING TO PROBATION. KANNO, Matsuura
SB724 RELATING TO ABUSE OF FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS. KANNO, MATSUURA
SB725 RELATING TO CHILD CUSTODY. KANNO, MATSUURA
SB726 RELATING TO ASSAULT. KANNO, MATSUURA
SB727 RELATING TO EMERGENCY CARE FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVORS. KANNO
SB728 RELATING TO MEAL BREAKS. KANNO
SB729 RELATING TO LABOR DISPUTES. KANNO
SB730 RELATING TO THE QUEST MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. KANNO
SB731 RELATING TO LANDOWNERS' LIABILITY. KANNO
SB732 RELATING TO A STATE LOTTERY FOR EDUCATION. KANNO (BR)
SB733 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY. KANNO
SB734 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. KANNO
SB735 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS FOR AN INTERGENERATIONAL CARE CENTER AT EWA VILLAGES. KANNO
SB736 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB737 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB738 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB739 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES. CHUN
SB740 RELATING TO THE PROCESS FOR MANAGED COMPETITION SPECIFIED IN ACT 230, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1998. CHUN
SB741 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. CHUN, Buen
SB742 RELATING TO TAXATION. CHUN (BR)
SB743 RELATING TO EDUCATION. CHUN
SB744 RELATING TO THE LAND USE COMMISSION. CHUN, MATSUURA
SB745 RELATING TO COUNTIES. CHUN
SB746 RELATING TO PARENTAL CONSENT FOR ABORTIONS. CHUN, Kawamoto, Buen, Matsuura, Sakamoto
SB747 RELATING TO ABORTION. CHUN, Buen, Matsuura, Sakamoto
SB748 RELATING TO MOTORCYCLE OPERATOR EDUCATION. KAWAMOTO, Buen
SB749 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PUBLIC PROCUREMENT CODE. KAWAMOTO, KANNO
SB750 RELATING TO HARBORS. KAWAMOTO, Buen, Kanno, Tam
SB751 RELATING TO TAXATION. KAWAMOTO, Buen, Kanno, Tam
SB752 RELATING TO STATE BOATING FACILITIES. KAWAMOTO, Buen
SB753 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PORT AUTHORITY. KAWAMOTO, Fukunaga, Hemmings, Buen
SB754 RELATING TO MARITIME LANDS. KAWAMOTO, Fukunaga, Buen, Hemmings, Tam
SB755 RELATING TO HARBORS. KAWAMOTO, Inouye, Fukunaga, Menor, Tam, Buen, Hemmings
SB756 RELATING TO HARBORS. KAWAMOTO, Inouye, Fukunaga, Menor, Buen, Hemmings
SB757 RELATING TO SMALL BOAT HARBORS. KAWAMOTO
SB758 RELATING TO DRIVER'S LICENSES. KAWAMOTO, Tam, Buen
SB759 RELATING TO TORT ACTIONS. KANNO
SB760 RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGES. KANNO
SB761 RELATING TO LANDOWNERS' LIABILITY. KANNO
SB762 RELATING TO BEACHES. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH
SB763 RELATING TO REAPPORTIONMENT. CHUMBLEY, MATSUNAGA, IHARA, IGE, FUKUNAGA, CHUN OAKLAND
SB764 RELATING TO TAXATION. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, MATSUNAGA, IHARA, IGE, CHUN OAKLAND
SB765 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE MAUI YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH
SB766 RELATING TO AMBULANCE SERVICE. CHUMBLEY
SB767 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH
SB768 RELATING TO THE HAWAII WATER CARRIER ACT. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH
SB769 RELATING TO CONDOMINIUM PROPERTY REGIMES. CHUMBLEY
SB770 RELATING TO LANDOWNER LIABILITY. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH
SB771 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR HEALTHY START. CHUMBLEY
SB772 RELATING TO AMBULANCE SERVICES. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH
SB773 RELATING TO INVESTMENT TAX CREDIT. CHUMBLEY, MATSUNAGA, IHARA, IGE, FUKUNAGA, ENGLISH, CHUN OAKLAND
SB774 RELATING TO SMOKING. CHUMBLEY
SB775 PROPOSING A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT RELATING TO PUBLIC ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT. CHUMBLEY
SB776 RELATING TO UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE. CHUMBLEY
SB777 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. CHUMBLEY
SB778 RELATING TO HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE. CHUMBLEY
SB779 RELATING TO HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE RECYCLING. CHUMBLEY
SB780 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE I OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO ADD A SECTION ON CRIME VICTIMS' RIGHTS. CHUMBLEY
SB781 RELATING TO PENAL RESPONSIBILTY. CHUMBLEY
SB782 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR LEGISLATIVE BROADCASTING. CHUMBLEY
SB783 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT. CHUMBLEY
SB784 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY. CHUMBLEY
SB785 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE PEER EDUCATION PROGRAM. CHUMBLEY
SB786 RELATING TO THE PENAL CODE. CHUMBLEY
SB787 RELATING TO PAWNBROKERS. CHUMBLEY
SB788 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT STIPENDS FOR TEACHERS. CHUMBLEY
SB789 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. ENGLISH, Chumbley, Kokubun, Chun, Tam, Sakamoto
SB790 RELATING TO WATER POLLUTION. ENGLISH, Menor
SB791 RELATING TO TAXATION. ENGLISH, MATSUURA, CHUN, Chumbley, Kawamoto, Sakamoto
SB792 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. ENGLISH, Matsuura, Tam, Sakamoto
SB793 RELATING TO COUNTIES. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, KOKUBUN, CHUN, MATSUURA, Kawamoto, Buen, Tam, Sakamoto
SB794 RELATING TO PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY TAX. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, MATSUURA, CHUN, Kawamoto
SB795 RELATING TO TAXATION. ENGLISH, Chumbley, Taniguchi, Kokubun, Kawamoto, Matsuura, Tam, Nakata, Buen, Sakamoto, Chun
SB796 RELATING TO STATE AND COUNTY TORT LIABILITY. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, CHUN, KOKUBUN, Matsuura, Menor, Tam, Nakata, Kawamoto, Buen, Sakamoto
SB797 RELATING TO PUBLIC SERVICE. ENGLISH, Matsuura, Chumbley, Menor, Kokubun, Tam, Nakata, Kawamoto, Sakamoto, Taniguchi
SB798 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, MATSUURA, CHUN, Sakamoto
SB799 RELATING TO THE STATE LAND USE COMMISSION. ENGLISH, CHUN, CHUMBLEY, Kawamoto, Buen, Sakamoto, Taniguchi, Kim
SB800 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY LAW. IHARA, CHUMBLEY, KAWAMOTO
SB801 RELATING TO SMALL BOAT HARBORS. IHARA (BR)
SB802 RELATING TO THE WAIKIKI HEALTH CENTER. IHARA, Fukunaga
SB803 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO CONTROL PLANT PESTS. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH
SB804 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH
SB805 RELATING TO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES. CHUMBLEY
SB806 RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH
SB807 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR BEACH RESTORATION AND BEAUTIFICATION. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY
SB808 RELATING TO COMPUTERS. CHUN
SB809 RELATING TO RIGHTS OF PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. CHUN
SB810 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ASSESSMENT. NAKATA, BUEN
SB811 RELATING TO MARINE ENFORCEMENT. INOUYE
SB812 RELATED TO SPECIAL WASTES RECYCLING. INOUYE, Tam, Slom, Ihara, Hanabusa, Kawamoto
SB813 RELATING TO REPORTS. FUKUNAGA, Ihara
SB814 RELATING TO WATER POLLUTION. FUKUNAGA
SB815 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. FUKUNAGA
SB816 RELATING TO HIGHER EDUCATION. KOKUBUN
SB817 RELATING TO INVASIVE PLANT AND ANIMAL SPECIES. KOKUBUN
SB818 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, HOGUE, TAM, KAWAMOTO, Ige, Chumbley, English, Matsunaga, Chun Oakland
SB819 RELATING TO THE FINANCIAL STRUCTURE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, HOGUE, TAM, Ige, Kawamoto, English, Chumbley, Matsunaga, Chun Oakland
SB820 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, HOGUE, TAM, Ige, Kawamoto, English, Chumbley, Matsunaga, Chun Oakland
SB821 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR LAPTOPS FOR LEARNING. SAKAMOTO, HOGUE, TAM, Ige, English, Matsunaga, Chumbley, Chun Oakland
SB822 RELATING TO SCHOOLS-WITHIN-SCHOOLS. SAKAMOTO, Hogue, Tam, Ige, Kawamoto, English, Chumbley, Matsunaga, Chun Oakland
SB823 RELATED TO LIMITED LIABILITY. MATSUURA
SB824 RELATING TO ADMINISTRATIVE RULE COMPLIANCE. MATSUURA
SB825 RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH AND ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT INSURANCE BENEFITS. MATSUURA
SB826 RELATING TO SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY LIABILITY. MATSUURA, Kim
SB827 RELATING VEHICLE SAFETY INSPECTIONS. BUNDA
SB828 RELATING TO USED MOTOR VEHICLE TIRES. BUNDA
SB829 RELATING TO GASOLINE DEALERS. BUNDA
SB830 RELATING TO OFFICE OF YOUTH SERVICES. BUNDA
SB831 RELATING TO OFFICE OF YOUTH SERVICES. BUNDA
SB832 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. IHARA, Ige, Inouye, Fukunaga, Chun Oakland
SB833 RELATING TO ELECTION CAMPAIGN FUNDRAISING. IHARA, Ige, Inouye, Fukunaga, Chun Oakland
SB834 RELATING TO HAWAII ELECTION CAMPAIGN FUND. IHARA, Ige, Inouye, Fukunaga, English, Chun Oakland
SB835 RELATING TO CANDIDATES FOR ELECTIVE OFFICE. IHARA (BR)
SB836 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF PARKING FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IHARA
SB837 RELATING TO PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY. MENOR (BR)
SB838 RELATING TO HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. MENOR (BR)
SB839 RELATING TO SOCIAL WORK. MENOR (BR)
SB840 RELATING TO FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. MENOR (BR)
SB841 RELATING TO CHECK CASHING. MENOR (BR)
SB842 RELATING TO STATE PARKS. TAM, Slom, Ige, Ihara
SB843 RELATING TO BICYCLE EDUCATION. TAM, Slom, Ihara
SB844 RELATING TO REAL PROPERTY LEASES. TAM, Slom, Ige, Ihara
SB845 RELATING TO RESIDENTIAL LEASE-TO-FEE CONVERSION. TAM, Slom, Ige, Ihara
SB846 RELATING TO SOCIAL SERVICE FACILITIES. TAM, Slom
SB847 RELATING TO EXPLOSIVES. KAWAMOTO
SB848 RELATING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS. HANABUSA, Chun, Buen, Ihara, Taniguchi, Slom, Nakata, Matsuura, Ige, Tam, English, Chumbley
SB849 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. HANABUSA (BR)
SB850 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. HANABUSA (BR)
SB851 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE COUNTY OF KAUAI. BUNDA
SB852 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE ANTONE VIDINHA STADIUM COMPLEX, WAIMEA HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT SWIMMING POOL, AND KOKEE ROAD SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS AND EMERGENCY ESCAPE RAMPS. BUNDA
SB853 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE MILLENNIUM WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. IGE
SB854 RELATING TO TAXATION. NAKATA
SB855 RELATING TO LABOR DISPUTES. NAKATA
SB856 RELATING TO THE FISCAL DISCLOSURE AND TAXPAYER PROTECTION ACT. NAKATA
SB857 RELATING TO THE HAWAII LIVING WAGE LAW. NAKATA
SB858 RELATING TO CHILD CARE TAX CREDIT. CHUN OAKLAND, BUEN
SB859 RELATING TO PAROLE. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Kanno
SB860 RELATING TO INSURANCE. MATSUURA
SB861 RELATING TO FIREARMS. KANNO
SB862 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. KANNO
SB863 RELATING TO INCOME TAX. KANNO
SB864 RELATING TO OFFENSES AGAINST THE PERSON. KANNO
SB865 RELATING TO SCHOOL-TO-WORK. KANNO
SB866 RELATING TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. KAWAMOTO (BR)
SB867 RELATING TO PUBLIC PASSENGER VEHICLE REGULATION. FUKUNAGA
SB868 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. SLOM, Hemmings
SB869 RELATING TO EXEMPTION FROM THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. SLOM
SB870 RELATING TO ELECTION BALLOT OVERVOTING. SLOM
SB871 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE MAUI FOOD BANK, INC. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, Ige, Chun, Ihara, Hanabusa, Nakata
SB872 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE INDIGENOUS POLITICS MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. ENGLISH, Chumbley, Chun, Ihara, Hanabusa, Nakata
SB873 RELATING TO ENERGY CONSERVATION TAX CREDITS. ENGLISH, Chumbley, Ige, Chun, Nakata, Ihara, Hanabusa
SB874 RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES. ENGLISH, Chumbley, Chun, Ihara, Hanabusa, Nakata
SB875 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. ENGLISH, Ihara, Chumbley, Chun, Ige, Hanabusa, Nakata
SB876 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL FACILITY REVENUE BONDS FOR INTERISLAND MARITIME TRANSPORTATION. BUEN, KAWAMOTO, KANNO, Tam, Hemmings, Taniguchi, Inouye, Fukunaga, Kim
SB877 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE AGRICULTURAL WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM, UPCOUNTRY KULA, MAUI WATERSHED. BUEN, Chun, Hanabusa, Kawamoto, Matsuura
SB878 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR PROJECT FAITH. CHUMBLEY, CHUN
SB879 RELATING TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE. CHUMBLEY, IGE, FUKUNAGA, IHARA, CHUN OAKLAND, MATSUNAGA
SB880 RELATING TO THE REMOVAL OF NUISANCE SEAWEED. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, BUEN
SB881 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MAUI INVASIVE SPECIES COMMITTEE ACTION PLAN. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, BUEN
SB882 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR LITTER CONTROL AND BEAUTIFICATION. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, BUEN
SB883 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY. MATSUNAGA, CHUMBLEY
SB884 RELATING TO RIGHTS OF VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. MATSUNAGA, CHUMBLEY
SB885 RELATING TO DOMESTIC ABUSE. MATSUNAGA, CHUMBLEY
SB886 RELATING TO SEXUAL OFFENDERS. MATSUNAGA, CHUMBLEY
SB887 RELATING TO STATE PARKS. MATSUNAGA, Ige, Ihara, Fukunaga, Chumbley
SB888 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. CHUN
SB889 RELATING TO LOANS. CHUN
SB890 SD1 HD1 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS TO PROVIDE FOR THE EXPENSES OF THE LEGISLATURE, THE LEGISLATIVE AUDITOR, THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU, AND THE OMBUDSMAN. TANIGUCHI
SB891 RELATING TO SICK LEAVE. NAKATA
SB892 RELATING TO FAMILY LEAVE INSURANCE. NAKATA
SB893 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY. NAKATA
SB894 RELATING TO PLANT AND NON-DOMESTIC ANIMAL QUARANTINE. NAKATA
SB895 RELATING TO GASOLINE. NAKATA
SB896 RELATING TO COUNTY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS. KIM, TAM, Slom, Matsuura, English, Kawamoto, Bunda, Buen, Inouye, Nakata, Sakamoto, Menor, Taniguchi, Ige
SB897 RELATING TO IOLANI PALACE. IHARA, Chun Oakland, Fukunaga, Chumbley, Matsunaga, Hemmings, Kokubun
SB898 PROPOSING A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT RELATING TO MULTIMEMBER DISTRICTS. IHARA, Ige, Chun Oakland, Fukunaga, Chumbley, Matsunaga, Nakata
SB899 RELATING TO PUBLIC AGENCY MEETINGS. IHARA, Chun Oakland, Fukunaga, Chumbley, Matsunaga, Kokubun
SB900 RELATING TO LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS. IHARA, Fukunaga, Chumbley, Matsunaga
SB901 RELATING TO CONFLICTS OF INTERESTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB902 RELATING TO THE USE OF WASHINGTON PLACE FOR CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES. BUNDA (BR)
SB903 RELATING TO THE SALARY OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE STATE ETHICS COMMISSION. BUNDA (BR)
SB904 RELATING TO GOVERNMENTAL EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION MEETINGS HELD DURING STATE WORKING HOURS. BUNDA (BR)
SB905 RELATING TO THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LOBBYIST LAW. BUNDA (BR)
SB906 RELATING TO THE INCOME TAX. TAM, Slom, Ige, Ihara
SB907 RELATING TO INSURANCE. TAM, Slom
SB908 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. TAM, Slom
SB909 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A MARKETING COORDINATOR POSITION FOR THE STADIUM AUTHORITY. TAM, Ige, Ihara
SB910 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR NUUANU FALLS PARK. TAM, Ige, Ihara
SB911 RELATING TO QUEST. HANABUSA, Chumbley, Ihara, Hemmings
SB912 RELATING TO LAND USE. IHARA, Fukunaga
SB913 RELATING TO HEALTH. KOKUBUN (BR)
SB914 RELATING TO CONTRACTORS. BUNDA
SB915 RELATING TO UNACCREDITED DEGREE GRANTING INSTITUTIONS. BUNDA
SB916 RELATING TO PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB917 RELATING TO A PILOT PARIMUTUEL WAGERING AND HORSE RACING PROGRAM. BUNDA (BR)
SB918 RELATING TO PUBLIC LAND LIABILITY IMMUNITY. CHUMBLEY
SB919 RELATING TO CIVIL RIGHTS. CHUMBLEY
SB920 RELATING TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE. CHUMBLEY, MATSUNAGA, CHUN OAKLAND, IGE, IHARA
SB921 RELATING TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE. CHUMBLEY, IGE, CHUN OAKLAND, MATSUNAGA, IHARA
SB922 RELATING TO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES. CHUMBLEY, BUEN, ENGLISH
SB923 RELATING TO PERIODIC MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION. SLOM
SB924 RELATING TO PENSIONERS' BONUS. KAWAMOTO (BR)
SB925 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. KAWAMOTO
SB926 RELATING TO ENTERPRISE ZONES. KAWAMOTO, Kim, Tam
SB927 RELATING TO ADULT DAY HEALTH CARE CENTERS. KAWAMOTO, MATSUURA, Chun Oakland, Taniguchi
SB928 RELATING TO NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS. KAWAMOTO, Kanno
SB929 RELATING TO SEX OFFENDERS. KANNO
SB930 RELATING TO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. KANNO
SB931 RELATING TO LIBRARIES. KANNO
SB932 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. KANNO
SB933 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. KANNO
SB934 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE FUTURE FLIGHT SPACE CAMP PROGRAM. INOUYE, Matsuura, Kokubun, Ige, Kawamoto, Chun Oakland
SB935 RELATING TO MARINE ENFORCEMENT. INOUYE, Buen, Hemmings, Kokubun, Chun, Kanno, English, Taniguchi, Chumbley, Chun Oakland
SB936 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR AGRICULTURAL PROMOTIONS. INOUYE, BUEN, Hemmings, Kokubun, Chun, Kanno, Tam, Chumbley, Chun Oakland
SB937 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. MENOR (BR)
SB938 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. MENOR (BR)
SB939 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. MENOR (BR)
SB940 RELATING TO INSURANCE UNFAIR PRACTICES. MENOR (BR)
SB941 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. MENOR (BR)
SB942 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE MAUI ADULT DAY CARE CENTER. ENGLISH, Chun, Matsuura, Tam, Kawamoto, Chun Oakland, Buen, Kokubun, CHUMBLEY, Inouye
SB943 RELATING TO LAND USE. ENGLISH, KOKUBUN, Chun, Hanabusa, Matsuura, Tam, Kawamoto, Chun Oakland, Buen, Chumbley, Inouye
SB944 RELATING TO PUBLIC MEETINGS. ENGLISH, Buen, Kawamoto, Chun, Inouye, Kokubun, Taniguchi, Chumbley
SB945 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE MAUI AIDS FOUNDATION. ENGLISH, Tam, Chun, Kawamoto, Kawamoto, Chun Oakland, Buen, Kokubun, Chumbley
SB946 RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX ON THE SALE OF FOOD. ENGLISH, HOGUE, Inouye, Hemmings, Ihara, Chun, Kanno, Chumbley, Kawamoto, Buen, Chun Oakland, Slom, Matsuura
SB947 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. MATSUNAGA
SB948 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. MATSUNAGA
SB949 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. MATSUNAGA
SB950 RELATING TO DIAMOND HEAD. MATSUNAGA, Ihara
SB951 RELATING TO HATE CRIMES. MATSUNAGA, CHUMBLEY
SB952 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR LANAKILA MULTI-PURPOSE SENIOR CENTER. CHUN OAKLAND, TAM, SAKAMOTO
SB953 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE. CHUN OAKLAND, Buen, Matsunaga, Ige, Inouye, Kawamoto, Kokubun, Fukunaga, Taniguchi, Ihara
SB954 RELATING TO MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPISTS. CHUN OAKLAND, MENOR, TANIGUCHI
SB955 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO, Ige, Kawamoto, Chun Oakland
SB956 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR FAMILIES FOR R.E.A.L. (RESOURCES FOR EARLY ACCESS TO LEARNING). SAKAMOTO, Hogue, Matsunaga, Ige, Kawamoto, Chumbley, Tam, Chun Oakland
SB957 RELATING TO STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES. SAKAMOTO, KAWAMOTO, Chun Oakland, Tam, Ige, Hogue, English
SB958 RELATING TO A KINDERGARTEN-GRADE SIXTEEN PILOT PROGRAM. SAKAMOTO, English, Matsunaga, Kawamoto, Hogue, Ige, Chun Oakland, Chumbley, Tam
SB959 RELATING TO JURORS. SAKAMOTO, English, Hogue, Ige, Tam
SB960 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO PROVIDE PREVENTIVE DENTAL SERVICES TO ADULTS. CHUN, MATSUNAGA, KOKUBUN, Buen, Chumbley, English, Inouye
SB961 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE OFFICE OF INFORMATION PRACTICES. CHUN
SB962 RELATING TO CEDED LANDS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB963 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB964 RELATING TO THE HAWAII CAVES TASK FORCE. INOUYE
SB965 RELATING TO SPECIAL EDUCATION. HOGUE, Ihara, Chun, Matsunaga, Buen, Kawamoto, Tam
SB966 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. HOGUE, Kim, Ihara, Chun, Matsunaga, Buen
SB967 RELATING TO THE FELIX CONSENT DECREE. HOGUE, Tam, Buen, Kawamoto
SB968 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR TEXTBOOKS. HOGUE, CHUN, Ihara, Matsunaga, Buen, Kawamoto, Tam
SB969 RELATING TO EDUCATION. HOGUE, Kim, Matsunaga, Kawamoto, Ihara, Chun, Tam, Buen
SB970 RELATING TO DROUGHT MITIGATING FACILITIES. BUEN, INOUYE, Chun, Hanabusa, Kawamoto, Matsuura, Nakata, Kokubun, Hogue
SB971 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT FOR THE MOLOKAI IRRIGATION SYSTEM. BUEN, Kokubun, Kawamoto, Nakata, Hogue, Chun, Hanabusa, Matsuura
SB972 RELATING TO MEDICAL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. BUEN (BR)
SB973 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE SCHOOLS PARTICIPATING IN SCHOOL/COMMUNITY-BASED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN LANAI AND MOLOKAI TO COVER TRANSPORTATION COSTS. BUEN, CHUMBLEY, MATSUURA, Tam
SB974 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE COMMUNITY CHILDREN'S COUNCIL OFFICE. BUEN, Matsuura, Hogue
SB975 RELATING TO TELEMEDICINE. MATSUURA
SB976 RELATING TO CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. MATSUURA
SB977 RELATING TO FELIX CONSENT DECREE. MATSUURA
SB978 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR FLUORIDE STUDIES. MATSUURA
SB979 RELATING TO FOOD WASTE RECYCLING. BUNDA
SB980 RELATING TO UTILITY LINES. FUKUNAGA, IHARA, TANIGUCHI
SB981 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES. FUKUNAGA, IHARA
SB982 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR THE STATE IRRIGATION PROGRAM BUNDA (BR)
SB983 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL PARKS. BUNDA (BR)
SB984 RELATING TO IRRIGATION PROJECTS BUNDA (BR)
SB985 RELATING TO MEASUREMENT STANDARDS BUNDA (BR)
SB986 RELATING TO AQUACULTURE. BUNDA (BR)
SB987 RELATING TO REMEDIES OF PART VII, CHAPTER 103D, HAWAII REVISED STATUTES BUNDA (BR)
SB988 RELATING TO ANCILLARY FACILITIES FOR THE STATE ART MUSEUM IN THE NO. 1 CAPITOL DISTRICT BUILDING. BUNDA (BR)
SB989 RELATING TO THE RELIEF OF CERTAIN PERSONS' CLAIMS AGAINST THE STATE AND PROVIDING APPROPRIATIONS THEREFOR. BUNDA (BR)
SB989 RELATING TO THE RELIEF OF CERTAIN PERSONS' CLAIMS AGAINST THE STATE AND PROVIDING APPROPRIATIONS THEREFOR. None
SB990 RELATING TO DEPUTY ATTORNEYS GENERAL. BUNDA (BR)
SB991 RELATING TO THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE TOBACCO SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT. BUNDA (BR)
SB992 RELATING TO TOBACCO. BUNDA (BR)
SB993 RELATING TO TOBACCO PRODUCTS REPORT. BUNDA (BR)
SB994 RELATING TO TOBACCO. BUNDA (BR)
SB995 RELATING TO LITIGATION HIGHWAYS. Bunda
SB996 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLE I, SECTION 10, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION. BUNDA (BR)
SB997 RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES. BUNDA (BR)
SB998 RELATING TO HEALTH CARE INFORMATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB999 RELATING TO THE UNAUTHORIZED PRACTICE OF LAW. BUNDA (BR)
SB1000 RELATING TO COMPUTER CRIME. BUNDA (BR)
SB1001 RELATING TO SERVICE OF PROCESS BY MAIL. BUNDA (BR)
SB1002 RELATING TO CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1003 RELATING TO INTERSTATE FAMILY SUPPORT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1004 RELATING TO THE UNIFORM PARENTAGE ACT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1005 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1006 RELATING TO THE UNIFORM SUPERVISION OF TRUSTEES FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES ACT (MODIFIED). BUNDA (BR)
SB1007 RELATING TO NONCONSENSUAL COMMON LAW LIENS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1008 A BILL FOR AN ACT RELATING TO THE PREVENTION OF THE FILING OF FRIVOLOUS FINANCING STATEMENTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1009 RELATING TO ANTITRUST. BUNDA (BR)
SB1010 RELATING TO FUNCTIONAL PLANS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1011 RELATING TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1012 RELATING TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1012 RELATING TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. None
SB1013 RELATING TO THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1014 RELATING TO COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT BUNDA (BR)
SB1015 RELATING TO THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII. BUNDA (BR)
SB1016 RELATING TO THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII. BUNDA (BR)
SB1017 RELATING TO RESIDENTIAL LEASEHOLDS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1018 RELATING TO THE FEE SIMPLE RESIDENTIAL REVOLVING FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1019 RELATING TO HOMELESS PROGRAMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1020 RELATING TO THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII. BUNDA (BR)
SB1021 RELATING TO THE RENTAL HOUSING TRUST FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1022 RELATING TO THE DOWNPAYMENT LOAN PROGRAM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1023 RELATING TO AN ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT POSITION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1024 RELATING TO THE FINANCIAL SERVICES ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1025 RELATING TO STATE ENERPRISE ZONES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1026 RELATING TO THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII. BUNDA (BR)
SB1027 RELATING TO TECHNOLOGY BUNDA (BR)
SB1028 RELATING TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1029 RELATING TO TOURISM BUNDA (BR)
SB1030 RELATING TO THE HAWAII COMMUNIT DEVELPMENT AUTHORITY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1031 RELATING TO TOURISM MARKETING BUNDA (BR)
SB1032 RELATING TO A FILM INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING MANAGER POSITION IN THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1033 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE BERNICE PAUAHI BISHOP MUSEUM, OAHU. BUNDA (BR)
SB1034 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1035 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS BUNDA (BR)
SB1036 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1037 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1038 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM BUNDA (BR)
SB1039 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1040 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM BUNDA (BR)
SB1041 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM BUNDA (BR)
SB1042 RELATING TO REORGANIZATION OF STATE GOVERNMENT BUNDA (BR)
SB1043 RELATING TO UNCLAIMED PROPERTY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1044 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEE HEALTH BENEFITS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1044 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEE HEALTH BENEFITS. None
SB1045 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR HEALTH FUND PREMIUMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1046 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1047 RELATING TO THE SHORT-TERM INVESTMENT OF STATE MONEYS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1048 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1049 RELATING TO THE REPEAL OF OUTSTANDING AUTHORIZED BUT UNISSUED SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1050 RELATING TO THE AUTHORIZATION OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1051 PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLE VII OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION REGARDING AN EMERGENCY AND BUDGET RESERVE FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1052 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1053 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR STATE OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES EXCLUDED FROM COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1054 RELATING TO THE MANAGEMENT OF FINANCING AGREEMENTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1055 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1056 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT BUNDA (BR)
SB1057 RELATING TO MOTOR CARRIERS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1058 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1059 RELATING TO THE CODE OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1060 RELATING TO ESCROW DEPOSITORIES BUNDA (BR)
SB1061 RELATING TO REAL ESTATE BROKERS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1062 RELATING TO THE CONVERSION OF PROFESSIONAL AND VOCATIONAL LICENSES. Bunda
SB1063 RELATING TO MORTGAGE BROKER LICENSING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1064 RELATING TO RENEWAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1065 RELATING TO ARCHITECTS BUNDA (BR)
SB1066 RELATING TO INSURANCE BUNDA (BR)
SB1067 RELATING TO LIMITING HURRICANE PROPERTY INSURANCE RISK. BUNDA (BR)
SB1068 RELATING TO PRODUCER LICENSING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1069 RELATING TO INSURANCE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1070 RELATING TO CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES AND COURSE PROVIDERS FOR INSURANCE LICENSEES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1071 RELATING TO INSURANCE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1072 RELATING TO THE HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1073 RELATING TO TRAVEL SERVICES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1074 RELATING TO CONSUMER PROTECTIONS FOR DEPOSITORY INSTITUTION SALES OF INSURANCE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1075 RELATING TO NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS BUNDA (BR)
SB1076 RELATING TO BUSINESS REGISTRATION BUNDA (BR)
SB1077 RELATING TO TRADEMARKS BUNDA (BR)
SB1078 RELATING TO THE UNIFORM SECURITIES ACT. Bunda
SB1079 RELATING TO LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIPS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1080 RELATING TO HAWAII NATIONAL GUARD TUITION ASSISTANCE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1081 RELATING TO EDUCATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1082 RELATING TO EDUCATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1083 RELATING TO EDUCATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1084 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR EDUCATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1085 RELATING TO NEW CENTURY CHARTER SCHOOLS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1086 RELATING TO EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATORS BUNDA (BR)
SB1087 RELATING TO CONCESSIONS AT PUBLIC LIBRARY FACILITIES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1088 RELATING TO THE LIBRARY ENHANCED SERVICES PROGRAM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1089 RELATING TO REALLOCATION OF VACANT LIBRARY POSITIONS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1090 RELATING TO THE HAWAII STATE PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1091 RELATING TO THE STATE LIBRARIAN BUNDA (BR)
SB1092 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER FOR THE STATE OF HAWAII. BUNDA (BR)
SB1093 RELATING TO THE COMPENSATION OF PUBLIC OFFICERS BUNDA (BR)
SB1094 RELATING TO FIREWORKS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1095 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1096 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1097 RELATING TO THE TRANSFER OF CERTAIN SPORTS COMPLEXES TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. BUNDA (BR)
SB1098 RELATING TO EDUCATIONAL ACOUNTABILITY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1099 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED. BUNDA (BR)
SB1100 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED. BUNDA (BR)
SB1101 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED. BUNDA (BR)
SB1102 RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED. BUNDA (BR)
SB1103 RELATING TO FOSTER BOARD ALLOWANCES FOR STUDENTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1104 RELATING TO AUTHORITY OF FOSTER PARENTS TO PROVIDE CONSENTS FOR THE FOSTER CHILD'S EDUCATIONAL AND RECREATIONAL NEEDS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1105 RELATING TO INFORMATION ON THE NATURAL PARENTS OF THE ADOPTED MINOR CHILD. BUNDA (BR)
SB1106 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1107 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1108 RELATING TO FUNERAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1109 RELATING TO MEDICAL ASSISTANCE RECOVERY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1110 RELATING TO CHILD CARE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1111 RELATING TO REIMBURSEMENT FOR NONINSTITUTIONAL PROVIDERS OF MEDICAL CARE FOR SERVICES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1112 RELATING TO OHANA CONFERENCING BUNDA (BR)
SB1113 RELATING TO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE BUNDA (BR)
SB1114 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPR0PRIATION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1115 RELATING TO HUMAN RESOURCES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1116 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS, FINANCIAL ABILITY OF THE EMPLOYER IN IMPASSE PROCEEDINGS AND TRANSFER OF THE OFFICE OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1117 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1118 RELATING TO THE MERIT APPEALS BOARD. BUNDA (BR)
SB1119 RELATING TO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1120 RELATING TO ENDANGERING THE WELFARE OF INCOMPETENT PERSONS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1121 RELATING TO THE SALE OF STERILE SYRINGES FOR THE PREVENTION OF DISEASE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1122 RELATING TO THE DISABILITY AND COMMUNICATION ACCESS BOARD. BUNDA (BR)
SB1123 RELATING TO VITAL RECORDS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1124 RELATING TO VITAL STATISTICS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1125 RELATING TO ADVANCE DIRECTIVES FOR PSYCHIATRIC CARE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1126 RELATING TO CRIMINAL HISTORY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1127 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION TO THE CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION. Bunda
SB1128 RELATING TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT INSURANCE BENEFITS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1129 RELATING TO SAFE DRINKING WATER. BUNDA (BR)
SB1130 RELATING TO SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISPOSAL SURCHARGE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1131 RELATING TO SPECIAL WASTES RECYCLING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1132 RELATED TO GLASS RECYCLING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1133 RELATING TO HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1134 RELATING TO UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1135 RELATING TO HAZARDOUS WASTE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1136 RELATING TO USED OIL. BUNDA (BR)
SB1137 RELATING TO CRIMINAL PENALTIES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1138 RELATING TO THE STATEWIDE NEWBORN HEARING SCREENING PROGRAM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1139 RELATING TO BIRTH DEFECTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1140 RELATING TO COMMUNITY ORAL HEALTH. BUNDA (BR)
SB1141 RELATING TO INDIVIDUAL WASTEWATER SYSTEMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1142 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1143 MAKING AN EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR THE ADULT MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1144 RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1145 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT SECURITY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1146 RELATING TO THE HOISTING MACHINE OPERATORS ADVISORY BOARD. BUNDA (BR)
SB1147 RELATING TO BOILER AND ELEVATOR SAFETY LAW. BUNDA (BR)
SB1148 RELATING TO BOILER AND ELEVATOR INSPECTORS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1149 RELATING TO CHILD LABOR. BUNDA (BR)
SB1150 RELATING TO EXPLOSIVES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1151 RELATING TO OCCUPATIONAL AND CAREER INFORMATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1152 RELATING TO THE STATE FIRE COUNCIL. BUNDA (BR)
SB1153 RELATING TO CIVIL RIGHTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1154 RELATING CIVIL RIGHTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1155 RELATING TO THE LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS APPEALS BOARD. BUNDA (BR)
SB1156 RELATING TO THE COMPENSATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD MEMBERS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1157 RELATING TO CONTESTS OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH MATTERS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1158 RELATING TO STATE PARKS PENALTIES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1159 RELATING TO LEASING OF SMALL BOAT HARBORS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1160 RELATING TO DISPOSITION OF VESSELS BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1161 RELATING TO THE DISPOSITION OF ABANDONED OR SEIZED PROPERTY ON PUBLIC LANDS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1162 RELATING TO PUBLIC NOTICE REQUIREMENTS FOR PUBLIC LAND DISPOSITIONS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1163 RELATING TO THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF EXISTING USES UNDER THE WATER CODE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1164 RELATING TO THE FOREST STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1165 RELATING TO PENALTIES FOR NATURAL RESOURCES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1166 RELATING TO PENALTIES FOR THE STATEWIDE TRAIL AND ACCESS PROGRAM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1167 RELATING TO SECTION 13 OF ACT 380, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1997. BUNDA (BR)
SB1168 RELATING TO THE BUREAU OF CONVEYANCES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1169 RELATING TO STATE PARKS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1170 RELATING TO DISPLACED LESSEES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1171 RELATING TO REPORTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1172 RELATING TO THE HAWAII TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION INDUSTRIES ACT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1173 RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1174 RELATING TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE TESTING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1175 RELATING TO THE SALE OF POISONS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1176 RELATING TO PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1177 RELATING TO CORRECTIONAL HEALTH CARE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1178 RELATING TO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1179 RELATING TO DANGEROUS DRUGS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1180 RELATING TO THE CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION SPECIAL FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1181 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1182 RELATING TO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1183 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1184 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR COMPENSATION OF CRIME VICTIMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1185 RELATING TO PAROLE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1186 RELATING TO THE CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION COMMISSION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1187 RELATING TO SECURITY AT VARIOUS STATE HOSPITALS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1188 RELATING TO SENTENCING FOR DRUGS AND INTOXICATING COMPOUNDS OFFENSES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1189 RELATING TO CONFORMITY OF THE HAWAII INCOME TAX LAW TO THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1190 RELATING TO THE INTEGRATED TAX INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ACQUISITION BY THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1191 RELATING TO STANDARD DEDUCTION FOR INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX. BUNDA (BR)
SB1192 RELATING TO PAYMENT OF TAXES BY ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER. BUNDA (BR)
SB1193 RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX ON NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1194 RELATING TO HIGH TECHNOLOGY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1195 RELATING TO TAXPAYER COMMUNICATION CONFIDENTIALITY PRIVILEGES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1196 RELATING TO THE INCOME TAX. BUNDA (BR)
SB1197 RELATING TO HIGH TECHNOLOGY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1198 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY TAX. BUNDA (BR)
SB1199 RELATING TO CONCESSIONS ON PUBLIC PROPERTY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1200 RELATING TO STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION PLANNING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1201 RELATING TO HIGHWAYS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1202 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1203 RELATING TO INCREASING DEVELOPMENT FLEXIBILITY OF PUBLIC LANDS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1204 RELATING TO AIRPORT OPERATIONS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1205 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. BUNDA (BR)
SB1206 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII BUNDA (BR)
SB1207 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. BUNDA (BR)
SB1208 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. BUNDA (BR)
SB1209 RELATING TO CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AND PROVIDING APPROPRIATIONS THEREFOR. BUNDA (BR)
SB1210 RELATING TO THE RESEARCH CORPORATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. BUNDA (BR)
SB1211 RELATING TO SCHOOL FACILITIES. BUNDA
SB1212 RELATING TO EDUCATION. BUNDA
SB1213 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND CONTINUATION OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOLS. BUNDA
SB1214 RELATING TO NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION FOR DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TEACHERS. BUNDA
SB1215 RELATING TO REHIRING RETIRED TEACHERS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. BUNDA
SB1216 RELATING TO STUDENT LOANS FOR TEACHERS. BUNDA
SB1217 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. TANIGUCHI
SB1218 RELATING TO SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS FOR KAMOKU-PUKELE UNDERGROUND TRANSMISSION LINE. TANIGUCHI
SB1219 RELATING TO UTILITY LINES. TANIGUCHI
SB1220 RELATING TO STUDENT LOAN FUNDS. TANIGUCHI
SB1221 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES. NAKATA
SB1222 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. NAKATA
SB1223 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A NIIHAU ORAL HISTORY PROJECT. CHUN, ENGLISH, HOGUE, Kawamoto, Inouye
SB1224 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION MAUI DISTRICT ATHLETICS. BUEN, CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, MATSUURA, Tam, Chun Oakland, Fukunaga, Sakamoto, Taniguchi, Kawamoto
SB1225 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR HIGHWAY VARIABLE MESSAGE SIGNS. BUEN, Matsuura, Hanabusa, Nakata, Inouye, Kawamoto, Kanno, Kokubun
SB1226 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. BUEN, KOKUBUN, HOGUE, NAKATA, HANABUSA, CHUN, KIM, INOUYE, TAM, Kawamoto, Matsuura, Kanno
SB1227 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR REPAIRS, MAINTENANCE, AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE MOLOKAI IRRIGATION SYSTEM. BUEN, ENGLISH, Kawamoto, Matsuura, Kim, Kanno, Hogue, Nakata, Chun, Kokubun, Inouye
SB1228 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR MOLOKAI GENERAL HOSPITAL. BUEN, CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, MATSUURA, Chun, Kokubun, Kanno
SB1229 RELATING TO THE PENAL CODE. SAKAMOTO
SB1230 RELATING TO PARENT-COMMUNITY NETWORKING CENTERS. SAKAMOTO, TAM, CHUN, CHUN OAKLAND, Kawamoto, Ige, English
SB1231 RELATING TO MEDICAL USE OF MARIJUANA. SAKAMOTO, Chun
SB1232 RELATING TO UNDERGROUND UTILITY LINES. SAKAMOTO, Ige, English, Hogue, Chun
SB1233 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE SIXTEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. SAKAMOTO, Ige, English, Hogue, Tam
SB1234 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE FOURTEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. CHUN OAKLAND
SB1235 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR NEW POSITIONS FOR ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES. CHUN OAKLAND, MATSUURA, Buen
SB1236 RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. CHUN OAKLAND, Sakamoto
SB1237 RELATING TO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE. CHUN OAKLAND
SB1238 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE MACADAMIA NUT INDUSTRY. KOKUBUN
SB1239 RELATING TO ADULT RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES. KOKUBUN (BR)
SB1240 RELATING TO PUBLIC CONTRACTS. HANABUSA, Chun, Nakata, Buen, Matsuura, Tam, Taniguchi, Ige, Kokubun
SB1241 RELATING TO PUBLIC SERVICES. HANABUSA, HANABUSA, Chun, Chun, Nakata, Nakata, Buen, Buen, Matsuura, Matsuura, Tam, Tam, Taniguchi, Taniguchi, Ige, Ige, Kokubun, Kokubun
SB1241 RELATING TO PUBLIC SERVICES. None
SB1242 RELATING TO THE MILLENNIUM WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PROGRAM. IGE
SB1243 RELATING TO EDUCATION. IGE, FUKUNAGA, CHUMBLEY
SB1244 RELATING TO SLOT MACHINE GAMING. BUNDA, KIM, Buen, Matsuura, Kawamoto, Tam
SB1244 RELATING TO SLOT MACHINE GAMING. None
SB1245 RELATING TO PARKS. KIM, MATSUURA
SB1246 RELATING TO INCOME TAX. KIM
SB1247 RELATING TO OPTOMETRY. KIM, Bunda
SB1248 RELATING TO THE HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. KIM, English, Kawamoto, Slom, Inouye, Buen
SB1249 RELATING TO PUBLICATION OF NOTICE. HEMMINGS, Matsunaga, Buen, Chumbley, English
SB1250 RELATING TO STATE AND COUNTY TORT LIABILITY. HEMMINGS, HOGUE, Slom, Buen, Chumbley, English, Ihara, Inouye
SB1251 RELATING TO HOSPITALS. HEMMINGS, Slom
SB1252 RELATING TO PUBLIC WORKS AND MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS FOR SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION. HEMMINGS, Hogue, Slom
SB1253 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE SECOND SENATORIAL DISTRICT. MATSUURA
SB1254 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS. MATSUURA, Sakamoto
SB1255 RELATING TO SMALL BUSINESS. MATSUURA
SB1256 RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES. MATSUURA
SB1257 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO UPGRADE AND EXPAND THE MOLOKAI GENERAL HOSPITAL. MATSUURA, BUEN
SB1258 RELATING TO THE COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. INOUYE, Sakamoto, Slom, Buen
SB1259 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR WAIPIO VALLEY. INOUYE, Sakamoto, Slom, Tam, Buen
SB1260 RELATING TO BIOFUEL. INOUYE
SB1260 RELATING TO BIOFUEL. None
SB1261 RELATING TO ENERGY. INOUYE (BR)
SB1262 RELATING TO SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS. INOUYE
SB1262 RELATING TO SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS. None
SB1263 RELATING TO NET ENERGY METERING. INOUYE, ENGLISH
SB1263 RELATING TO NET ENERGY METERING. None
SB1264 RELATING TO AQUACULTURE. INOUYE, Sakamoto, Slom, Tam
SB1264 RELATING TO AQUACULTURE. None
SB1265 RELATING TO THE ALA WAI WATERSHED. IHARA, Fukunaga, Taniguchi
SB1266 RELATING TO REGULATORY PROCESSES. IHARA, Fukunaga
SB1266 RELATING TO REGULATORY PROCESSES. None
SB1267 RELATING TO REGULATORY PROCESSES. IHARA, Fukunaga
SB1267 RELATING TO REGULATORY PROCESSES. None
SB1268 RELATING TO UTILITY LINES. IHARA, KANNO, Fukunaga, Taniguchi
SB1269 RELATING TO UNIFORM INFORMATION PRACTICES ACT. IHARA, Chun Oakland, Fukunaga, Kokubun, Fukunaga, Chun, Chumbley, Matsunaga, Slom, Kanno, Slom
SB1269 RELATING TO UNIFORM INFORMATION PRACTICES ACT. None
SB1270 RELATING TO INSTANT RUNOFF VOTING METHOD. IHARA, Fukunaga, Slom
SB1270 RELATING TO INSTANT RUNOFF VOTING METHOD. None
SB1271 RELATING TO TAXATION. IGE, CHUMBLEY
SB1272 RELATING TO CRIME. IGE, CHUMBLEY
SB1273 RELATING TO APPOINTED COUNSEL. IGE, CHUMBLEY
SB1274 RELATING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES. IGE, CHUMBLEY
SB1275 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO PIILANI HIGHWAY. CHUMBLEY, BUEN, ENGLISH
SB1276 RELATING TO CYBERSQUATTING. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, IHARA, FUKUNAGA, IGE, MATSUNAGA
SB1277 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL DISTRICTS. CHUMBLEY
SB1278 RELATING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT. CHUMBLEY
SB1279 RELATING TO LAND USE. CHUMBLEY
SB1280 RELATING TO SMALL BOAT HARBORS. CHUMBLEY
SB1281 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR PINEAPPLE PEST CONTROL RESEARCH. CHUMBLEY
SB1282 RELATING TO FIREARMS. CHUMBLEY
SB1283 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR HANA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC PROGRAMS. CHUMBLEY
SB1284 RELATING TO THE PENAL CODE. CHUMBLEY
SB1285 RELATING TO SMALL BUSINESSES. SLOM, INOUYE, KANNO, Kawamoto, Hemmings, Hogue, Buen, Chumbley
SB1286 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. SLOM, Hemmings, Hogue
SB1287 RELATING TO PUBLIC PROCUREMENT. SLOM, Hogue, Inouye, Nakata, Hemmings, Buen, Chumbley
SB1288 RELATING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT. SLOM, Hogue, Matsuura, Inouye, Nakata, Kawamoto, Hemmings, Buen
SB1289 RELATING TO FLUORIDATION OF HAWAII'S WATER SUPPLY. SLOM, Chun Oakland, Tam, Hemmings
SB1290 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SLOM, Hemmings
SB1291 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, TAM, IHARA, TANIGUCHI, MATSUNAGA, SLOM, SAKAMOTO
SB1292 RELATING TO TECHNOLOGY. IGE, FUKUNAGA
SB1293 RELATING TO ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES. CHUN
SB1294 RELATING TO THE AUDITOR. CHUN, KAWAMOTO
SB1295 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO ESTABLISH A TRANSITIONAL DRUG TREATMENT PROGRAM. CHUN, Buen, Matsuura
SB1296 RELATING TO ATTORNEY'S FEES FOR APPOINTED COUNSEL. CHUN
SB1297 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE SEVENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. CHUN
SB1298 RELATING TO ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES. CHUN
SB1299 RELATING TO WATER SUPPLY BOARDS. CHUN
SB1300 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. CHUN
SB1301 RELATING TO CONVEYANCE TAX. NAKATA
SB1302 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST SENATORIAL DISTRICT. HANABUSA
SB1303 RELATING TO EDUCATION. HANABUSA, MATSUURA, Taniguchi
SB1304 RELATING TO TAXATION. HOGUE, Slom, Ige, Ihara, English, Matsunaga
SB1305 RELATING TO THE PROCUREMENT OF PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT AND SURFACING BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. HOGUE, Slom, Ihara, Ige, English, Matsunaga, Inouye, Kokubun
SB1306 RELATING TO ACCOUNTING. HOGUE, Buen, Tam, Menor
SB1307 RELATING TO THE CONVENTION CENTER CAPITAL AND OPERATIONS SPECIAL FUND. HOGUE, Tam, Menor, Fukunaga
SB1308 RELATING TO EDUCATION. HOGUE, Buen, Tam, Menor, Fukunaga
SB1309 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. HOGUE, Buen, Tam, Menor, Fukunaga
SB1310 RELATING TO THE REMOVAL OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATION FROM PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION JURISDICTION. HOGUE
SB1311 RELATING TO INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES. TAM (BR)
SB1312 RELATING TO SMALL BUSINESS. TAM, Slom, Kim, Ige, Ihara
SB1313 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE THIRTEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. TAM, Slom, Kim, Ige, Ihara
SB1314 RELATING TO THE ECONOMY. TAM, Slom, Kim, Ige, Ihara
SB1315 RELATING TO EDUCATION. TAM, Ige, Kim, Slom, Ihara, Taniguchi
SB1316 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES. TAM, Ige, Kim, Slom, Ihara, Taniguchi
SB1317 RELATING TO THE FILING DATE OF ANNUAL FINANCIAL INTERESTS DISCLOSURE STATEMENTS. MATSUNAGA, Ihara
SB1318 RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT. MATSUNAGA
SB1319 RELATING TO CONDOMINIUMS. MATSUNAGA
SB1320 RELATING TO ANTITRUST. MATSUNAGA
SB1321 RELATING TO JUDGMENTS. MATSUNAGA
SB1322 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A SENTENCING SIMULATION MODEL. MATSUNAGA
SB1323 RELATING TO SMOKING. MATSUNAGA
SB1324 RELATING TO CONDOMINIUMS. MATSUNAGA
SB1325 RELATING TO CONVEYANCE TAX. MENOR (BR)
SB1326 RELATING TO HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. MENOR (BR)
SB1327 RELATING TO THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII. MENOR (BR)
SB1328 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE EIGHTEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. MENOR
SB1329 RELATING TO PRIVACY OF HEALTH CARE. MENOR (BR)
SB1330 RELATING TO DOGS. MENOR (BR)
SB1331 RELATING TO VETERANS. MENOR (BR)
SB1332 RELATING TO CAPTIVE INSURANCE. MENOR (BR)
SB1333 RELATING TO FINANCIAL SERVICES LOAN COMPANIES. MENOR (BR)
SB1334 RELATING TO CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKERS. MENOR (BR)
SB1335 RELATING TO EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE UNIFORM CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT EXAMINATION AND LICENSURE. MATSUURA
SB1336 RELATING TO HUNTING. MATSUURA
SB1337 RELATING TO LANDOWNER LIABILITY. MATSUURA
SB1338 RELATING TO DENTISTS. MATSUURA
SB1339 RELATING TO TREATMENT OF THE MEDICALLY INDIGENT. MATSUURA
SB1340 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. FUKUNAGA
SB1341 RELATING TO THE UNITED STATES SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM. TAM, Ige
SB1342 RELATING TO SMALL BUSINESS. TAM
SB1343 RELATING TO PROXIES. ENGLISH (BR)
SB1344 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO EXPAND THE MAKAWAO PUBLIC LIBRARY. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, BUEN, Kawamoto, Sakamoto, Chun, Matsunaga
SB1345 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE FIFTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. ENGLISH
SB1346 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. ENGLISH
SB1347 RELATING TO PROCUREMENT. ENGLISH
SB1348 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A COMFORT STATION AT KAUMAHINA STATE WAYSIDE PARK. ENGLISH
SB1348 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A COMFORT STATION AT KAUMAHINA STATE WAYSIDE PARK. None
SB1349 RELATING TO MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETIES. ENGLISH (BR), Matsunaga
SB1350 RELATING TO A HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS TASK FORCE. ENGLISH (BR)
SB1351 RELATING TO SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, CHUN, Kokubun, Hemmings, Fukunaga, Matsunaga, Kim, Ige, Kawamoto, Matsuura, Tam, Hogue, Nakata, Kanno, Hanabusa, Inouye, Taniguchi
SB1352 RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION. SLOM
SB1353 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES. SLOM, Inouye, Hogue
SB1354 RELATING TO THE COMMISSION OF A CRIME WITH A FIREARM. SLOM
SB1355 RELATING TO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH. SLOM
SB1356 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE RESIDENTS OF MAUNALAHA SUBDIVISION. FUKUNAGA
SB1357 RELATING TO EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. FUKUNAGA
SB1358 RELATING TO REAL ESTATE SALESPERSONS AND BROKERS. FUKUNAGA
SB1359 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A STATEWIDE SEX ASSAULT PREVENTION EDUCATION PROGRAM BY THE SEX ABUSE TREATMENT CENTER. HANABUSA, Matsuura, Taniguchi
SB1360 RELATING TO INCENTIVE AND INNOVATION GRANTS. SAKAMOTO, Chumbley, Kawamoto, Matsunaga, Tam, Hogue, Ige, English
SB1361 RELATING TO THE VOLUNTEER INCENTIVE PROGRAM. SAKAMOTO, Matsunaga, English, Kawamoto, Ige, Chumbley, Tam, Chun Oakland, Hogue
SB1362 RELATING TO COACHES. SAKAMOTO, TAM, Ige, Kawamoto
SB1363 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. SAKAMOTO, Hogue, Tam
SB1364 RELATING TO TEACHERS. KANNO
SB1365 RELATING TO THE WEED AND SEED PROGRAM. KANNO
SB1366 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. KANNO
SB1367 RELATING TO DRUG OFFENSES. KANNO
SB1368 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. KANNO
SB1368 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. None
SB1369 RELATING TO NURSING. KANNO
SB1370 RELATING TO A CENTER FOR NURSING. KANNO
SB1371 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. BUEN, MATSUURA, Hanabusa, Kawamoto, Chun, Kokubun, Hogue
SB1372 RELATING TO THE ORGANIC AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY. BUEN, Kawamoto, Kokubun, Hogue, Hanabusa, Chun, Matsuura, Inouye
SB1373 RELATING TO THE MAUI REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION. BUEN, Tam, Ihara, Fukunaga, Ige, Kokubun, Hogue
SB1374 RELATING TO THE RENTAL HOUSING TRUST FUND. BUEN, Tam
SB1374 RELATING TO THE RENTAL HOUSING TRUST FUND. None
SB1375 RELATING TO GAMING. BUEN, KIM, KAWAMOTO
SB1376 RELATING TO LIBRARIES. TAM
SB1377 RELATING TO CIVIL SERVICE. TAM
SB1378 RELATING TO THE HIGH TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. BUNDA
SB1379 RELATING TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. BUNDA
SB1380 RELATING TO COUNTIES. BUNDA, Kim, INOUYE
SB1381 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. BUNDA
SB1382 RELATING TO STATE OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES EXCLUDED FROM COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND MAKING APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER ADJUSTMENTS. BUNDA
SB1383 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY INSPECTIONS. BUNDA
SB1384 RELATING TO TATTOO ARTISTS. BUNDA
SB1385 RELATING TO THE SALARY STRUCTURE OF EDUCATIONAL OFFICERS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. BUNDA
SB1386 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE TWENTY-SECOND SENATORIAL DISTRICT. BUNDA
SB1387 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A WAIALUA-HALEIWA STORMWATER DRAINAGE MASTER PLAN. BUNDA
SB1388 RELATING TO EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. KAWAMOTO, Matsuura
SB1389 RELATING TO TOWING. KAWAMOTO
SB1390 RELATING TO TRADITIONAL HAWAIIAN HEALING PRACTICES. KAWAMOTO, ENGLISH, CHUN
SB1391 RELATING TO WAGES AND TIPS OF EMPLOYEES. KAWAMOTO, Nakata
SB1392 RELATING TO LABOR. KAWAMOTO
SB1393 RELATING TO THE MOTOR CARRIER LAW. KAWAMOTO, Fukunaga, Hemmings, Buen, Inouye, Tam
SB1394 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. KAWAMOTO, BUEN
SB1395 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. KAWAMOTO, BUEN
SB1396 RELATING TO CHECK CASHING. KAWAMOTO
SB1397 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. KAWAMOTO
SB1398 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. KOKUBUN, Chun, Hanabusa
SB1399 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR EMERGENCY AMBULANCE SERVICE ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII. KOKUBUN (BR)
SB1400 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL LOANS. KOKUBUN, BUEN, MATSUURA, Slom, Tam, Fukunaga, Hogue, Kawamoto
SB1401 RELATING TO THE ALA WAI WATERSHED. IHARA, Fukunaga, Taniguchi
SB1402 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR COMMUNITY-BASED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. IHARA, Ige, Matsunaga, Tam, Slom, Taniguchi
SB1403 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. IHARA, English, Fukunaga, Taniguchi
SB1404 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM. IHARA, Fukunaga
SB1405 RELATING TO SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS FOR HI-TECH HAWAII, INC. INOUYE
SB1406 RELATING TO HOLIDAYS. TANIGUCHI
SB1407 RELATING TO FIREWORKS. TANIGUCHI (BR)
SB1408 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR A GENETIC ENGINEERING ASSESSMENT. TANIGUCHI (BR)
SB1409 RELATING TO LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES. TANIGUCHI, HANABUSA
SB1410 RELATING TO THE USE OF HERBICIDES IN PUBLIC PARKS. TANIGUCHI (BR)
SB1411 RELATING TO ROADSIDE HERBICIDE USE. TANIGUCHI (BR)
SB1412 RELATING TO PESTICIDES. TANIGUCHI (BR)
SB1413 RELATING TO PESTICIDES. TANIGUCHI (BR)
SB1414 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR UNIFORM LAWS. TANIGUCHI
SB1415 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY. KANNO
SB1416 RELATING TO CIVIL SERVICE REFORM. KANNO
SB1417 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. KANNO, MATSUNAGA
SB1417 RELATING TO THE HAWAII RULES OF EVIDENCE. None
SB1418 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1419 RELATING TO ALARMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1420 RELATING TO THE HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1421 RELATING TO THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1421 RELATING TO THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. None
SB1422 RELATING TO THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1423 RELATING TO LIMITED LIABILITY FOR COUNTIES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1424 RELATING TO STATE AND COUNTY TORT LIABILITY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1425 RELATING TO PUBLICATION OF NOTICE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1426 RELATING TO ELECTIONS BY MAIL. BUNDA (BR)
SB1427 RELATING TO THE RETURN AND RECEIPT OF SPECIAL CASE ABSENTEE BALLOTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1428 RELATING TO THE PRIMARY ELECTION DATE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1429 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1430 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 6, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO CHANGE THE ELIGIBILITY TO SERVE AS A MEMBER OF THE SENATE OR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1431 RELATING TO VOTER REGISTRATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1432 RELATING TO ELECTION RECOUNTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1433 RELATING TO UNINSURED MOTOR VEHICLES. KIM
SB1434 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 15TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. KIM
SB1434 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 15TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. None
SB1435 RELATING TO HYDROGEN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. INOUYE, ENGLISH
SB1436 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. NAKATA
SB1437 RELATING TO NATURAL AREA RESERVE FUND. NAKATA
SB1438 RELATING TO WATER CONSERVATION. NAKATA
SB1439 RELATING TO MAKUA. HANABUSA, CHUN, BUEN, MATSUURA, Taniguchi, Slom, Kim, Kokubun, Nakata, Inouye
SB1440 RELATING TO THE BUDGET OF THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1441 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE KIKALA-KEOKEA SUBDIVISION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1442 RELATING TO HOUSING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1443 RELATING TO KALAELOA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1444 RELATING TO CEDED LANDS INVENTORY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1445 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1446 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' HEALTH FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1447 RELATING TO STATE AND COUNTY TORT LIABILITY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1448 RELATING TO PUBLICATION OF NOTICE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1449 RELATING TO LIMITED LIABILITY FOR COUNTIES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1450 RELATING TO FINANCING AGREEMENTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1451 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1452 RELATING TO LAND COURT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1453 RELATING TO USE OF INTOXICANTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1454 RELATING TO GARNISHMENT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1455 RELATING TO THE CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY PROGRAM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1456 RELATING TO THE PENAL CODE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1457 RELATING TO ORIGINAL JURISDICTION OF THE HAWAII SUPREME COURT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1458 RELATING TO JURORS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1459 RELATING TO JUROR EXEMPTIONS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1460 RELATING TO THE INTERMEDIATE APPELLATE COURT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1461 RELATING TO CONTINUOUS SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A MINOR UNDER THE AGE OF FOURTEEN YEARS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1462 RELATING TO FIREARMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1463 RELATING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1464 RELATING TO DRUG PARAPHERNALIA. BUNDA (BR)
SB1465 RELATING TO PROMOTING A DETRIMENTAL DRUG. BUNDA (BR)
SB1466 RELATING TO THEFT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1467 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A HAWAIIAN AUTONOMY TRUST. HEMMINGS
SB1468 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE TWENTY-THIRD SENATORIAL DISTRICT. NAKATA
SB1469 RELATING TO LAND USE. KOKUBUN, CHUN, English, Hanabusa
SB1470 RELATING TO LIMITED TERM EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES. KOKUBUN
SB1471 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR RURAL DENTAL SERVICES. KOKUBUN, MATSUURA
SB1472 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE THIRD SENATORIAL DISTRICT. KOKUBUN
SB1473 RELATING TO PLANNING. KOKUBUN, CHUN
SB1474 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE ELEVENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. TANIGUCHI
SB1475 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE TIRES. IGE (BR)
SB1476 RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. IGE
SB1477 RELATING TO THE HAWAII RULES OF EVIDENCE. MATSUNAGA
SB1478 RELATING TO THE QUEST PROGRAM. MATSUNAGA
SB1479 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 10, SECTION 6, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO CHANGE THE SELECTION PROCESS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII BOARD OF REGENTS. MATSUNAGA
SB1480 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS TO ASSIST PALOLO CHINESE HOME. MATSUNAGA
SB1481 RELATING TO INCOME TAX. MATSUNAGA, CHUMBLEY
SB1482 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE MAUI ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, BUEN
SB1483 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE SIXTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. CHUMBLEY
SB1484 RELATING TO ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES. CHUMBLEY
SB1485 RELATING TO MOTOR CARRIERS. CHUMBLEY
SB1486 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. CHUMBLEY
SB1487 RELATING TO PUBLIC AGENCY MEETINGS AND RECORDS. KIM, Hanabusa, Menor, Ige, Hogue, Slom, Tam, Chun, Buen, Kawamoto, Kokubun, Kanno, Chumbley, Ihara
SB1488 RELATING TO SPECIAL ATTORNEYS GENERAL. HANABUSA, Chun, Buen, Matsuura, Kawamoto, Nakata, Tam, Ige, Taniguchi
SB1489 RELATING TO BURIAL SITES. CHUN, Hanabusa
SB1490 RELATING TO HAWAIIAN CULTURE. CHUN, HANABUSA
SB1491 RELATING TO CRUISE SHIP WASTE DUMPING. FUKUNAGA
SB1492 RELATING TO THE ARTS. FUKUNAGA, IGE
SB1492 RELATING TO THE ARTS. None
SB1493 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR WILDFIRE PREVENTION AND FIGHTING ON WEST MAUI. BUEN, Matsuura, Kawamoto, Kim, Hanabusa
SB1494 RELATING TO EMPLOYERS WHO SUBSIDIZE TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES. BUEN, KAWAMOTO, KANNO, Matsuura
SB1495 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF REVENUE BONDS FOR INTER-ISLAND MARITIME TRANSPORTATION. BUEN
SB1496 RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS. INOUYE (BR)
SB1497 RELATING TO HAWAII HURRICANE RELIEF FUND. SLOM, Inouye, Chun, Ige, Hogue
SB1498 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR AN ANTI-SMOKING EDUCATION PROGRAM IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. SLOM
SB1499 RELATING TO MARITAL DISSOLUTION. TAM (BR)
SB1500 RELATING TO PRESERVING AND MAINTAINING HISTORIC IRWIN MEMORIAL PARK AS A LANDSCAPED STREET-LEVEL OPEN SPACE GATEWAY TO THE HONOLULU WATERFRONT. TAM, Slom, Ihara, Taniguchi, Ige, Matsuura, English, Fukunaga
SB1501 RELATING TO KAKAAKO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. TAM, Kokubun, Chun, Kanno, Buen, Ige, Matsuura, Fukunaga
SB1502 RELATING TO HIGH TECHNOLOGY. TAM, Ihara, Slom, Taniguchi
SB1503 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE TWENTY-FOURTH SENATE DISTRICT. HOGUE
SB1504 RELATING TO CORRECTIONS. HOGUE
SB1505 RELATING TO CULTURE AND THE ARTS FOUNDATION. HOGUE (BR)
SB1506 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS TO ASSIST INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES. INOUYE
SB1507 RELATING TO RECKLESS ENDANGERING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1508 RELATING TO OFFENSES AGAINST THE PERSON. BUNDA (BR)
SB1509 RELATING TO OFFENSES AGAINST PROPERTY RIGHTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1510 RELATING TO GAMBLING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1511 RELATING TO SENTENCING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1512 RELATING TO THE PENAL CODE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1513 RELATING TO BURGLARY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1514 RELATING TO DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1515 RELATING TO SENTENCING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1516 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1517 RELATING TO TRAFFIC OFFENSES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1518 RELATING TO SENTENCING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1519 RELATING TO DEADLY WEAPONS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1520 RELATING TO IDENTIFICATION DOCUMENTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1521 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SPECIAL PROSECUTION UNITS AND VICTIM WITNESS PROGRAMS FOR THE COUNTIES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1522 RELATING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1523 RELATING TO RESISTING ARREST. BUNDA (BR)
SB1524 RELATING TO OBSTRUCTING GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1525 RELATING TO RIOT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1526 RELATING TO DRUGS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1527 RELATING TO PROMOTING CHILD ABUSE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1528 RELATING TO HARASSMENT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1529 RELATING TO DEPENDENT ADULTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1530 RELATING TO DRUG DEMAND REDUCTION ASSESSMENTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1531 RELATING TO AGRICULTURAL LANDS. MATSUURA, Buen
SB1532 RELATING TO A DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES. MATSUURA
SB1533 RELATING TO CHILD PROTECTION. MATSUURA
SB1534 RELATING TO LONG-TERM CARE. MATSUURA
SB1535 RELATING TO HAWAII COMMISSION FOR NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE. MATSUURA
SB1536 RELATING TO CABLE TELEVISION. IHARA, CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, Ige, Matsunaga, Hogue
SB1537 RELATING TO SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES. IHARA, ENGLISH, Inouye, Matsunaga
SB1538 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FIRST SENATORIAL DISTRICT. INOUYE
SB1539 MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FOURTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. BUEN
SB1540 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO ESTABLISH A HONOLULU CITY LIGHTS LOOKOUT. FUKUNAGA
SB1541 RELATING TO ELECTIONS. HANABUSA
SB1542 RELATING TO PUBLIC ACCESS. IHARA
SB1543 PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 6, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO CHANGE THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE SENATE OR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. IHARA
SB1544 RELATING TO THE OFFICE OF INFORMATION PRACTICES. IHARA, KANNO, Nakata, Matsuura, Slom, Fukunaga
SB1545 RELATING TO FIREWORKS. TAM
SB1546 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO PAPA OLA LOKAHI FOR NATIVE HAWAIIAN HEALTH. ENGLISH, Inouye, Chun, Buen, Matsunaga, Matsuura, Kanno, Chumbley, Nakata, Hanabusa, Kokubun, Bunda, Slom, Hogue
SB1547 RELATING TO ELECTRIC VEHICLES. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, Chun, Matsunaga, Matsuura, Hogue, Taniguchi
SB1548 RELATING TO DISTRIBUTED ELECTRIC GENERATION. ENGLISH, KANNO, CHUMBLEY, Inouye, Matsunaga, Matsuura, Nakata, Hanabusa, Kokubun, Bunda, Hogue
SB1549 RELATING TO INCOME TAX LAW. ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, Inouye, Chun, Buen, Matsunaga, Matsuura, Kanno, Nakata, Hanabusa, Kokubun, Hogue, Bunda, Slom
SB1550 RELATING TO INSURANCE. MENOR (BR)
SB1551 RELATING TO TAXATION. MENOR, Chumbley, Kawamoto, Ige, Bunda, Matsuura, Buen, Matsunaga, English, Fukunaga, Taniguchi
SB1552 RELATING TO MEDICAL AND HEALTH INFORMATION PRIVACY. MENOR
SB1553 RELATING TO EDUCATION. MENOR
SB1554 A BILL FOR AN ACT RELATING TO USE OF INTOXICANTS. BUNDA
SB1555 RELATING TO ACT 316, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1993, AS AMENDED BY ACT 157, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1995. BUNDA
SB1556 RELATING TO ACT 278, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1999. BUNDA
SB1557 RELATING TO GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS. BUNDA, KAWAMOTO
SB1558 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS. BUNDA
SB1558 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS. None
SB1559 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE PLANNING OF AN ALTERNATE ACCESS ROAD FOR THE NORTH SHORE. BUNDA
SB1560 RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION. BUNDA
SB1561 RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS. BUNDA
SB1562 RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. HOGUE (BR)
SB1563 RELATING TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. HOGUE (BR)
SB1564 RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 17TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. IGE
SB1565 RELATING TO SPEED LIMITS. IGE (BR)
SB1566 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE TWELFTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. FUKUNAGA
SB1567 RELATING TO SCHOOL COMPLEXES. KANNO
SB1568 RELATING TO COMPENSATION OF CRIME VICTIMS AND WITNESSES. KANNO
SB1569 RELATING TO MAKUA VALLEY. KANNO
SB1570 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE TWENTIETH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. KANNO
SB1571 RELATING TO THE UNIFORM ARBITRATION ACT. KANNO
SB1572 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE NINETEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. KAWAMOTO
SB1573 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR WAIAWA CORRECTIONAL FACILITY. KAWAMOTO
SB1574 RELATING TO EDUCATION. KAWAMOTO
SB1575 RELATING TO THE TRAFFIC CODE. KAWAMOTO
SB1576 RELATING TO TAXATION. KAWAMOTO
SB1577 RELATING TO SCHOOL FACILITIES. SAKAMOTO, BUNDA, FUKUNAGA, KIM, HANABUSA, MENOR, ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, HOGUE, TAM, CHUN, SLOM, INOUYE, IHARA, Kawamoto, Matsunaga, Taniguchi, Nakata, Buen, Kokubun, Matsuura, Ige
SB1578 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR ADDITIONAL SCHOOL CLERICAL POSITIONS. SAKAMOTO
SB1579 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO
SB1580 RELATING TO EDUCATION. SAKAMOTO
SB1581 RELATING TO THE CONVENTION CENTER. BUNDA (BR)
SB1582 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1583 RELATING TO THE PROCESS FOR MANAGED COMPETITION SPECIFIED IN ACT 230, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1998. BUNDA (BR)
SB1584 RELATING TO LAND USE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1585 RELATING TO TEMPORARY INSTRUCTION PERMIT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1586 RELATING TO DRIVER LICENSE RENEWAL BY MAIL. BUNDA (BR)
SB1587 RELATING TO LODGING OR TENEMENT HOUSES, HOTELS, AND BOARDINGHOUSES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1588 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1589 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1590 RELATING TO INSPECTIONS BY THE COUNTY FIRE CHIEF OR THE CHIEF'S DESIGNEES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1591 RELATING TO LIMITED LIABILITY FOR COUNTIES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1592 RELATING TO STATE AND COUNTY TORT LIABILITY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1593 RELATING TO PUBLICATION OF NOTICE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1594 RELATING TO TAXATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1595 RELATING TO TAXATION. BUNDA (BR)
SB1596 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE HONOLULU POLICE DEPARTMENT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1597 RELATING TO SUBPOENAS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1598 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1599 RELATING TO PENALTIES AND PROCEDURES ON ARREST. BUNDA (BR)
SB1600 RELATING TO ALCOHOL, DRUGS, AND HIGHWAY SAFETY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1601 RELATING TO FIREARMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1602 RELATING TO FIREARMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1603 RELATING TO ALCOHOL, DRUGS, AND HIGHWAY SAFETY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1604 RELATING TO NUISANCE ABATEMENT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1605 RELATING TO THE STATEWIDE TRAFFIC CODE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1606 RELATING TO DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR. BUNDA (BR)
SB1607 RELATING TO BURGLARY IN THE FIRST DEGREE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1608 RELATING TO TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT. BUNDA (BR)
SB1609 RELATING TO POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY. BUNDA (BR)
SB1610 RELATING TO DEFACING SERIAL NUMBERS, ETC., OF MOTOR VEHICLES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1611 RELATING TO NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1612 RELATING TO CONTRACT AND PROCUREMENT FRAUD. BUNDA (BR)
SB1613 RELATING TO TELEMARKETING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1614 RELATING TO OFFENSES AGAINST PROPERTY RIGHTS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1615 RELATING TO COMPUTER CRIME. BUNDA (BR)
SB1616 RELATING TO HONOLULU POLICE OFFICERS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1617 RELATING TO PEACE OFFICERS' ANIMALS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1618 RELATING TO REGISTRATION OF SEX OFFENDERS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1619 RELATING TO FIREARMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1620 RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE. BUNDA (BR)
SB1621 RELATING TO FIREARMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1622 RELATING TO FIREARMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1623 RELATING TO FIREARMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1624 RELATING TO TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1625 RELATING TO FIREARMS. BUNDA (BR)
SB1626 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. BUNDA
SB1627 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. BUNDA
SB1628 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. BUNDA
SB1629 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. BUNDA
SB1630 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. BUNDA
SB1631 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. BUNDA
SB1632 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING COST ITEMS. BUNDA
SB1633 RELATING TO BINGO. BUNDA (BR)
SB1634 RELATING TO FISHERIES. BUNDA (BR)
SB1635 RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. BUNDA (BR)
SB1636 MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR INTERACTIVE LEARNING. BUNDA (BR)
SB1637 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1638 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1639 RELATING TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HEALTH FUND. BUNDA (BR)
SB1640 RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEE BENEFITS. BUNDA (BR)
SCR1 REQUESTING THE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE HAWAII SUPREME COURT TO ADDRESS THE LEGISLATURE ASSEMBLED IN JOINT SESION FOR THE STATE OF THE JUDICIARY ADDRESS KANNO
SCR2 AUTHORIZING THE LEASE OF SUBMERGED LANDS AT DUKE KAHANAMOKU BEACH AT WAIKIKI, HONOLULU, OAHU, FOR PIER PURPOSES. BUNDA (BR)
SCR3 SUBMITTING TO THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF HAWAII FOR REVIEW OF ACTION TAKEN BY THE BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES ON LAND EXCHANGES. BUNDA (BR)
SCR4 AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF EASEMENT COVERING A PORTION OF SUBMERGED LANDS AT LAHAINA, MAUI, HAWAII, FOR CONCRETE PIER AND DECK PURPOSES. BUNDA (BR)
SCR5 REQUESTING A STUDY TO ASCERTAIN WHAT LAWS, RULES, OR OTHER MEASURES MAY BE PUT IN PLACE TO ADDRESS POSSIBLE CONFLICTS OF INTERESTS OF THE MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE. BUNDA (BR)
SCR6 REQUESTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PLAN THAT ENCOURAGES PARENTS TO BECOME MORE ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN THEIR CHILDREN'S EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IGE, BUEN, KAWAMOTO, MATSUNAGA
SCR7 SD1 REQUESTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PLAN TO IMPROVE ORAL HEALTH FOR CHILDREN IN THE STATE. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN, KAWAMOTO, MATSUNAGA
SCR8 REQUESTING CONTINUED DISCUSSION FOR A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF CURRENT CHILD PROTECTION LAWS. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Matsuura, Ihara
SCR9 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CREATE AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLLEVEL PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA
SCR10 URGING THE IDENTIFICATION OF INAPPROPRIATE AND PORNOGRAPHIC MATERIAL ON THE INTERNET. CHUN OAKLAND, MATSUURA, BUEN
SCR11 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO SUBMIT ITS FINAL REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE AS REQUIRED BY ACT 109, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1996. BUEN
SCR12 REQUESTING A STUDY ON GRANTING LIMITED PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY TO PSYCHOLOGISTS CERTIFIED IN PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY. MATSUURA (BR)
SCR13 REQUESTING SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT. MATSUURA
SCR14 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCLUDE A PARENTING COMPONENT IN SCHOOL CURRICULUM. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Buen, Kim, Sakamoto, Hanabusa
SCR15 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HUMAN SERVICES, HEALTH, AND LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS TO EXAMINE TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAMS FOR YOUTHS IN FOSTER CARE. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Chumbley, Buen, Kim, Sakamoto, Hanabusa
SCR16 REQUESTING THE STATE ETHICS COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE ALLEGATIONS OF ETHICAL VIOLATIONS BY EMPLOYEES OF THE DIVISION OF BOATING AND OCEAN RECREATION; AND REQUESTING THE DIVISION, WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, TO THE ANNUALLY REVIEW JOB DESCRIPTIONS IN THE DIVISION TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE LAWS. TAM
SCR17 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO REVIEW THE PURCHASE AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW RADIO SYSTEM USED BY THE HONOLULU POLICE DEPARTMENT. HANABUSA, Taniguchi, Kawamoto, Buen, Chun Oakland, Slom, Tam, Matsuura, Kanno, Ige, Fukunaga, Ihara
SCR18 REQUESTING THE CREATION OF A COORDINATING COMMITTEE TO OVERSEE THE CARE OF MEDICALLY FRAGILE CHILDREN. MATSUURA
SCR19 REQUESTING THE NATURAL ENERGY LABORATORY OF HAWAII AUTHORITY TO REVIVE ITS PROPOSAL FOR THE REACTIVATION OF THE NOI`I O PUNA RESEARCH CENTER. INOUYE
SCR20 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING AN INTER-ISLAND FERRY SYSTEM BETWEEN ALL OF THE ISLANDS. KAWAMOTO, BUEN
SCR21 REQUESTING ESTABLISHMENT OF A TASK FORCE TO ASSESS AND DETERMINE WAYS TO REDUCE THE PAPERWORK AND DUPLICATIVE PROCESS REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN AND FELIX CLASS CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS. CHUN OAKLAND, MATSUNAGA, HOGUE, CHUMBLEY, Tam, English, Ige, Kawamoto, Sakamoto, Menor, Kokubun, Nakata, Fukunaga, Slom, Buen, Matsuura
SCR22 URGING THE GOVERNOR TO DECLARE MARCH 2001 HAWAII WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH IN THE STATE OF HAWAII. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, HANABUSA, BUEN, INOUYE, KIM
SCR23 URGING THE FORMATION OF A WORKING GROUP TO DEVELOP A STATEWIDE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM FOR LONG-TERM CARE PROVIDERS. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Ige, Sakamoto, Kim, English, Tam, Slom, Matsuura, Nakata, Taniguchi, Ihara, Kawamoto, Buen, Chumbley, Fukunaga, Kokubun, Hanabusa, Hemmings, Matsunaga, Hogue, Chun, Menor, Inouye
SCR24 URGING A STUDY OF OLDER UNDERGROUND PLUMBING SYSTEMS AND WATER SYSTEMS ON OAHU TO ASSESS HEALTH RISKS. CHUN OAKLAND, Kawamoto, Menor, Kim, Inouye
SCR24 URGING A STUDY OF OLDER UNDERGROUND PLUMBING SYSTEMS AND WATER SYSTEMS ON OAHU TO ASSESS HEALTH RISKS. None
SCR25 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO IDENTIFY ALTERNATIVES, INCLUDING HUNTING, TO THE USE OF SNARES, POISONS, AND UNATTENDED TRAPS FOR THE CONTROL OF GAME ANIMAL POPULATIONS. CHUN OAKLAND, INOUYE, Matsuura
SCR26 REQUESTING THAT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII RENAME THE RAINBOW BASEBALL STADIUM TO THE LES MURAKAMI BASEBALL STADIUM. BUNDA, TANIGUCHI, Kokubun, Sakamoto, Chun, Hemmings, Fukunaga, Ihara, Matsuura, Menor, Matsunaga, Inouye, Kim, Tam, Kawamoto, Kanno, English, Hanabusa, Slom, Chun Oakland, Ige, Buen, Nakata, Hogue
SCR26 REQUESTING THAT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII RENAME THE RAINBOW BASEBALL STADIUM TO THE LES MURAKAMI BASEBALL STADIUM. None
SCR27 REQUESTING A REPORT ON A COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY PROGRAM FOR ROADS AND HIGHWAYS. TAM, Chun Oakland, Nakata, Kokubun, Kanno, Ihara, Slom
SCR28 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A JOINT LEGISLATIVE HIGH TECHNOLOGY TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP CLEAR GOALS AND AN IMPLEMENTATION PLAN TO IMPROVE HAWAII'S HIGH TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY. TAM, BUEN, KAWAMOTO, CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, NAKATA, KOKUBUN, IHARA, SLOM
SCR29 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF AN ECONOMIC TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP CLEAR GOALS AND AN IMPLEMENTATION PLAN TO IMPROVE HAWAII'S ECONOMIC DIVERSITY. TAM, Buen, Kawamoto, Chun Oakland, Kanno, Kokubun, Ihara, Slom
SCR30 REQUESTING THE HALTING OF THE KALAWAHINE 180 RESERVOIR PROJECT. TAM, Buen, Kanno, Ihara, Slom
SCR31 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT A MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL AUDIT OF THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY. KIM, English, Tam, Ige, Buen, Sakamoto, Slom, Taniguchi, Ihara, Nakata, Chun, Bunda, Menor, Kokubun, Hemmings, Matsuura, Hanabusa, Matsunaga, Hogue, Kanno
SCR32 REQUESTING A STUDY REGARDING THE EFFICACY AND EFFICIENCY OF EEG BIOFEEDBACK IN THE TREATMENT OF ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDERS, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, AND CRIMINAL RECIDIVISM. MATSUURA
SCR33 REQUESTING THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES TO PROPOSE AN AMENDMENT TO THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION ON THE SUBJECT OF JUDICIAL TAXATION. MATSUURA
SCR34 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO KEEP THE WAIMANO HOME CRISIS SHELTER OPEN AND OPERATING UNTIL AN ADEQUATE PUBLIC OR PRIVATE FACILITY IS ABLE TO OFFER THE SAME SERVICES. TAM, Kim, Slom, Matsuura, Buen, Kawamoto, Kokubun
SCR35 URGING THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDE FULL FEDERAL FUNDING FOR MANDATED PROGRAMS AND SERVICES. TAM, Sakamoto, Ige, Kim, Slom, Matsuura, Buen, Kawamoto, Kokubun
SCR36 REQUESTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPREHENSIVE MASTER PLAN FOR STATE PARKS. TAM, Sakamoto, Ige, Kim, Slom, Matsuura, Buen, Kawamoto, Kokubun
SCR37 REQUESTING A REPORT ON THE HIGH PRICES OF GASOLINE IN THE STATE AND ITS EFFECT ON THE STATE'S ECONOMY. TAM, TAM, Kawamoto, Kawamoto, Buen, Buen, Matsuura, Matsuura, Slom
SCR37 REQUESTING A REPORT ON THE HIGH PRICES OF GASOLINE IN THE STATE AND ITS EFFECT ON THE STATE'S ECONOMY. None
SCR38 REQUESTING A TASK FORCE BE FORMED TO FORMULATE A COMPREHENSIVE COMPUTER EDUCATION PROGRAM IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TAM, Kawamoto, Buen, Matsuura
SCR39 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO INVESTIGATE THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY'S ROLE IN STIMULATING HAWAII'S ECONOMY. TAM, Slom
SCR40 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO REASSESS THE ADMINISTRATIVE PRIORITIES IN HIS EXECUTIVE BUDGET. TAM, Slom
SCR41 REQUESTING THAT PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES DOING BUSINESS IN HAWAII DEVELOP A MORE CONSUMER FRIENDLY UNIFIED SYSTEM FOR FREE PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, BUEN, ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, Ihara, Fukunaga, Inouye, Nakata, Matsunaga, Kokubun, Sakamoto, Chun
SCR41 STRONGLY URGING THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO LEAD THE NATION AND IMMEDIATELY ADDRESS THE PROBLEM OF HIGH COST OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS FOR ALL AMERICANS. None
SCR41 REQUESTING THAT PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES DOING BUSINESS IN HAWAII DEVELOP A MORE CONSUMER FRIENDLY UNIFIED SYSTEM FOR FREE PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. None
SCR41 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE SEVERAL COUNTIES, TO ESTABLISH PUBLIC PARKS AND BEACHES THAT ALLOW DOGS. None
SCR42 STRONGLY URGING THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO LEAD THE NATION AND IMMEDIATELY ADDRESS THE PROBLEM OF HIGH COST OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS FOR ALL AMERICANS. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Inouye, Matsunaga, Kokubun, Chumbley, Taniguchi, Kim, Hanabusa, Kawamoto, Nakata, Ige, Fukunaga, Matsuura, Sakamoto
SCR43 REQUESTING AN ASSESSMENT OF AND IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE MOLOKAI IRRIGATION SYSTEM. BUEN, Kokubun, Kawamoto, Chun, Hanabusa, Matsuura, Hogue
SCR44 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO DESIGNATE DECEMBER 15 AS BILL OF RIGHTS DAY. BUEN, Kokubun, Kawamoto, Chun, Hanabusa, Inouye, English, Matsuura, Hogue
SCR45 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO SUBMIT A REPORT ON ALIEN SPECIES PROGRAMS. BUEN, Kokubun, Hogue, Kawamoto, Matsuura, Chun, Hanabusa
SCR46 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT AN AUDIT OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES BRANCH OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. CHUMBLEY
SCR47 URGING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO DESIGNATE A NEW NATIONAL PARK FROM KEONE'O'IO TO KANALOA POINT ON THE SOUTHEAST COAST OF MAUI. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, BUEN
SCR48 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP AN UP-TO-DATE MASTER PLAN OF THE HONOLULU WATERFRONT TO STIMULATE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE AREA. TAM
SCR49 REQUESTING A STATE AUDIT OF THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, ALOHA TOWER DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, AND THE BARBER'S POINT NAVAL AIR STATION REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION IN RELATIONSHIP TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TAM
SCR50 REQUESTING A REVIEW OF THE FEASIBILITY OF INCLUDING THE KALAELOA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT AND THE ALOHA TOWER DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION UNDER THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY AND AN AUDIT OF THE OVERALL PERFORMANCE OF HCDA IN RELATIONSHIP TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TAM
SCR51 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A HONOLULU WATERFRONT ADVISORY BOARD TO SERVE TO STIMULATE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE AREA. TAM
SCR52 SUPPORTING THE ACQUISITION OF KAHUKU RANCH BY THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL PARK SERVICE FOR EXPANSION OF THE HAWAII VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK. INOUYE
SCR53 REQUESTING THE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN SERVICES TO CONVENE AN INFORMAL QUEST PRESCRIPTION DRUG FORMULARY WORK GROUP TO ESTABLISH ONE STANDARD, COMMON FORMULARY FOR USE BY ALL QUEST HEALTH PLANS. KOKUBUN
SCR54 REQUESTING THE FAMILY COURT TO CONSIDER ALL SUPPORT OBLIGATIONS WHEN DETERMINING CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS, AND TO AMEND THE 1998 AMENDED CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES TO CLARIFY THAT A PARENT CAN REQUEST THE COURT TO CONSIDER ALL SUPPORT OBLIGATIONS. MATSUURA
SCR55 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE SEVERAL COUNTIES, TO ESTABLISH PUBLIC PARKS AND BEACHES THAT ALLOW DOGS. HEMMINGS, Hogue, Kawamoto, English, Slom
SCR56 REQUESTING EQUAL TREATMENT FOR JAPANESE LATIN AMERICANS INTERNED IN THE UNITED STATES DURING WORLD WAR II. MENOR
SCR57 REQUESTING A REVIEW OF THE PERFORMANCE INFORMATION PURCHASE SYSTEM. HANABUSA, MATSUURA, Kawamoto, Taniguchi, Kokubun, Chun, Nakata, Ige, Bunda, Kanno
SCR58 REQUIRING A PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A SOCIAL SERVICES FACILITY IS ALLOWED TO OPEN IN A RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD. TAM
SCR59 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A JOINT LEGISLATIVE HIGH TECHNOLOGY TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP CLEAR GOALS AND AN IMPLEMENTATION PLAN TO IMPROVE HAWAII'S HIGH TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY. TAM
SCR60 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF AN ECONOMIC TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP CLEAR GOALS AND AN IMPLEMENTATION PLAN TO IMPROVE HAWAII'S ECONOMIC DIVERSITY. TAM
SCR61 REQUESTING A STUDY RELATING TO THE MANAGEMENT OF THE AHUPUA`A `O KAHANA. NAKATA, Chun, Hanabusa
SCR62 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL AND PRIVATE GROUPS SUCH AS THE OHANA HO`OPAKELE, TO IMPLEMENT PROGRAMS OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AND ESTABLISH WELLNESS CENTERS TO REDUCE THE RATE OF INCARCERATION AND INCREASE OPPORTUNITIES FOR INMATE REHABILITATION, PARTICULARLY AMONG NATIVE HAWAIIANS. NAKATA, Chun, Hanabusa
SCR63 REQUESTING THE ADOPTION OF AN OFFICIAL STATE TARTAN. CHUN
SCR64 REQUESTING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MAKUA VALLEY TASK FORCE. HANABUSA, Slom, Taniguchi, Kokubun, Chun, Chumbley, Nakata, Matsuura, Sakamoto, Bunda, Ige, Matsunaga, Kanno, Hemmings, Hogue, Buen, Chun Oakland, Kim, Ihara, Tam, English
SCR65 REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR FORTY PER CENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND RELATED SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES. SAKAMOTO
SCR66 REQUESTING A WORKING GROUP BE CONVENED TO EVALUATE AND RECOMMEND MEASURES TO ENCOURAGE THE USE OF SAFETY PROGRAMS SUCH AS THE EDDIE EAGLE PROGRAM FOR FIREARM SAFETY. SAKAMOTO
SCR67 URGING THE COUNTIES TO STUDY THE INADEQUACIES OF PARATRANSIT SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY AND DISABLED, TO EXAMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF THE ADOPTING COUNTY ORDINANCES OR RESOLUTIONS TO SUPPLEMENT PARATRANSIT SERVICES WITH TAXICAB TRANSPORTATION, AND TO EXAMINE THE POSSIBILITY OF COUNTY APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FUNDING TO SUBSIDIZE PARATRANSIT PROGRAMS FOR THE ELDERLY AND DISABLED. CHUMBLEY, IHARA, CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, IGE, MATSUNAGA
SCR68 REQUESTING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR STATE ROAD AND BRIDGE PROJECTS. CHUMBLEY, MATSUURA, BUEN, ENGLISH, KOKUBUN, CHUN, INOUYE
SCR69 REQUESTING THE SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP A DEMONSTRATION PROJECT FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS IN THE PEARL CITY HIGH SCHOOL COMPLEX. KAWAMOTO, Ige
SCR70 REQUESTING THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO REVIEW AND COMPARE SELECTED PROVISIONS OF HAWAII FAMILY LAW. KANNO
SCR71 REQUESTING THE JUDICIARY TO MONITOR THE COLLECTION OF CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION FEES. KANNO, TAM
SCR71 DECLARING THAT NO PUBLIC MONEYS BE EXPENDED BY STATE AGENCIES FOR CONTRACTS WITH PRIVATE ENTITIES FOR THE PURPOSES OF LOBBYING THE LEGISLATURE. None
SCR72 DECLARING THAT NO PUBLIC MONEYS BE EXPENDED BY STATE AGENCIES FOR CONTRACTS WITH PRIVATE ENTITIES FOR THE PURPOSES OF LOBBYING THE LEGISLATURE. TAM
SCR73 REQUESTING AN INCREASE TO THE BUSINESS EXPENSE FEDERAL TAX DEDUCTION. TAM
SCR74 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO ESTABLISH CRITERIA FOR GRANTING PARDONS. TAM
SCR75 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO INVESTIGATE THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. TAM
SCR76 REQUESTING THE CONVENING OF A HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS TASK FORCE. HANABUSA, Chun, Matsuura, Nakata, Kokubun
SCR77 REQUESTING A STUDY ON ESTABLISHING AN ENVIRONMENTAL COURT. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, BUNDA
SCR78 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE FEASIBILITY OF VOTING VIA THE INTERNET. CHUMBLEY, CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, MATSUNAGA, IGE, IHARA
SCR79 REQUESTING A STUDY OF WHETHER COMPETENCY IN CHELATION THERAPY SHOULD BE REQUIRED AS A CONDITION OF PHYSICIAN LICENSURE. MATSUURA
SCR80 REQUESTING HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO URGE THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO INCREASE FEDERAL ASSISTANCE TO ASSIST HAWAII IN COMPLYING WITH THE FELIX V. CAYETANO CONSENT DECREE AND THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT. HOGUE, HEMMINGS, KOKUBUN, KIM, Taniguchi
SCR81 REQUESTING THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII TO INVESTIGATE THE SECTION 8 HOUSING POLICY IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES. HOGUE
SCR82 REQUESTING THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO DECLARE WAIKIKI BEACH A SMOKE-FREE AREA. TANIGUCHI
SCR83 REQUESTING STATE AGENCIES TO CONTACT NON-PROFIT, COMMUNITY AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS FOR THE PURPOSES OF PROVIDING SERVICES TO YOUTHS. SLOM
SCR84 URGING THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO SUPPORT RENEWAL OF THE PRESIDENT'S FAST-TRACK NEGOTIATING AUTHORITY. SLOM, Hogue
SCR85 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO ESTABLISH A TASK FORCE TO GATHER PUBLIC INPUT AND RECOMMEND STATUTORY CAVE LAW. CHUMBLEY, CHUN
SCR86 REQUESTING ESTABLISHMENT OF A TASK FORCE TO EVALUATE THE FEASIBILITY OF IMPLEMENTING PROTECTION OF "OPEN LANDS" IN THE HAWAII STATE CONSTITUTION. CHUN, Matsuura, Buen, Kawamoto, Matsunaga, Hogue, English, Kokubun, Hanabusa, Nakata
SCR87 REQUESTING THE IDENTIFICATION OF APPROPRIATE SITES FOR TELECOMMUNICATION TOWERS AND ANTENNAE TO PROVIDE OPTIMUM COVERAGE. KOKUBUN
SCR88 REQUESTING THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF USING EXCESS PUBLIC UTILITIES SPECIAL FUND MONEYS TO ESTABLISH A UTILITY LINES UNDERGROUNDING FUND. KOKUBUN
SCR89 REQUESTING A REPORT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEM RESERVE OPERATIONS PLAN AND CLARIFICATION OF THE STATE'S ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES. KOKUBUN
SCR90 ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCIES. CHUN OAKLAND, Slom, Kanno, Ihara, Fukunaga, Menor, Tam, Inouye, Nakata, Ige, Hanabusa
SCR91 URGING HEALTH CARE PLANS AND PROVIDERS TO PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR AND UTILIZE HEARING SCREENING IN OLDER PATIENTS. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Kokubun, Kanno, Kawamoto, Buen, Fukunaga, Tam, Slom, English, Sakamoto, Ihara, Menor, Inouye
SCR92 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO JOINTLY DETERMINE WHETHER THE DIAGNOSIS OF CHILDREN WITH "ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER" OR "ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER" IN HAWAII HAS BEEN EXCESSIVE, WHETHER HAWAII'S CHILDREN ARE BEING SUBJECTED TO EXCESSIVE USE OF PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS TO MODIFY THEIR BEHAVIOR, AND TO RESEARCH, EXAMINE, AND RECOMMEND NON-DRUG ALTERNATIVES. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Kokubun, Kanno, Buen, Slom, English, Sakamoto, Ihara, Fukunaga, Menor, Tam, Inouye, Nakata, Ige, Hanabusa
SCR93 SUPPORTING ACCELERATION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE KAPALAMA CONTAINER TERMINAL FACILITY. KAWAMOTO, Fukunaga, Kanno, Tam, Buen, Hemmings
SCR94 SUPPORTING INCREASING THE DEPTH OF BARBERS POINT HARBOR. KAWAMOTO, Fukunaga, Tam, Buen, Hemmings
SCR95 REQUESTING THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY TO STIMULATE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BY CONTRACTING WITH A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF ORGANIZING A MULTICULTURAL VILLAGE AT KAKAAKO. TAM
SCR96 APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A SISTER STATE/CITY RELATIONSHIP FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BETWEEN THE STATE OF HAWAII AND THE MUNICIPALITIES OF TAIPEI AND TAINAN. TAM
SCR97 REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR FORTY PERCENT OF THE COST OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND RELATED SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES. SAKAMOTO
SCR98 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION FOR STUDENTS INVOLVED IN AFTER SCHOOL EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. SAKAMOTO
SCR99 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING A K-16 MODEL. SAKAMOTO
SCR100 SUPPORTING PROJECT KA HALE PONO'S PETITION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS FOR A PARCEL OF LAND TO BUILD A YOUTH CENTER. CHUMBLEY, CHUN
SCR101 REQUESTING A TASK FORCE TO EVALUATE THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII ASSUMING THE OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT OF THE ALOHA STADIUM. TANIGUCHI (BR)
SCR102 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO UPDATE ITS SURVEY OF FEDERALLY MANDATED STATE PROGRAMS. TANIGUCHI
SCR103 REQUESTING AN AUDIT OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES DIVISION OF STATE PARKS WITH RESPECT TO THE AHUPUA'A 'O KAHANA STATE PARK. NAKATA
SCR104 ENCOURAGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO SYSTEMATIZE AND FURTHER DEVELOP THEIR CHARACTER-BUILDING INTEGRATED CURRICULUM. MATSUURA
SCR105 URGING THE JUDICIAL SELECTION COMMISSION TO ADOPT RULES TERMINATING THE TERM OF ANY COMMISSION MEMBER WHO COMMITS AN ACT OF DISHONESTY. HOGUE
SCR106 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM TO REPORT ON THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF PRIVATIZING THE HONOLULU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. HOGUE
SCR107 REQUESTING THE STATE HEALTH PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY TO DEVELOP A HEALTH POLICY GUIDEBOOK. MATSUURA, Bunda, Ige, Chun, Slom, Matsunaga, Kawamoto, Hanabusa, Kanno, Hogue, Fukunaga, Buen, Chun Oakland, Kim, Ihara, Tam, Menor, Hemmings, Sakamoto, English, Kokubun, Nakata
SCR108 URGING THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO SUPPORT EXPANSION OF THE BENEFITS OF THE INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNT. SLOM, Chun, Hogue, Kawamoto, Tam, Hemmings, Hanabusa, Ige
SCR109 URGING THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO SUPPORT PRESIDENT BUSH'S TAX RELIEF PROPOSAL. SLOM, Hogue, Hemmings, Tam
SCR110 URGING THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO WORK TO REPEAL THE DEATH TAX. SLOM, Hogue, Hemmings, Tam
SCR111 REQUESTING FEDERAL RECOGNITION OF HAWAIIANS AS AN AUTONOMOUS GROUP. HEMMINGS, Chun, Hanabusa, Hogue
SCR112 URGING THE IMMEDIATE RESIGNATION OF GARY RODRIGUES FROM THE JUDICIAL SELECTION COMMISSION. HEMMINGS, Hogue, Slom
SCR113 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO STUDY THE FUNDING AND REGULATION OF NEW CENTURY CHARTER SCHOOLS. MATSUNAGA
SCR114 REQUESTING THAT THE WIKIWIKI SHUTTLES AT HONOLULU AIRPORT BE UPGRADED AND MODERNIZED. MATSUNAGA
SCR115 URGING THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII TO RECOGNIZE ISLAND TENANTS ON THE RISE AS THE OFFICIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF PUBLIC HOUSING TENANTS. MATSUNAGA
SCR116 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT TO STUDY COMPENSATION OF LICENSED ATTORNEYS EMPLOYED BY THE STATE OF HAWAII. IHARA, Inouye, Kawamoto, Tam, Fukunaga, Chun Oakland, Matsunaga, Chumbley, Buen, Ige
SCR117 REQUESTING THE CHIEF ELECTION OFFICER TO CONVENE AN ELECTIONS PARTICIPATION TASK FORCE TO PROPOSE A PLAN TO INCREASE PARTICIPATION IN ELECTIONS, TARGETING BOTH REGISTERED VOTERS WHO DO NOT VOTE AND ELIGIBLE VOTERS WHO ARE NOT REGISTERED. IHARA, Nakata, Kim, Hanabusa, English, Fukunaga, Kokubun, Kanno
SCR118 CALLING FOR THE REPORTING OF ALL ONGOING AND PLANNED WORK WITH GENETIC ENGINEERING IN THE STATE OF HAWAII. IHARA
SCR119 REQUESTING AN ASSESSMENT AND REVIEW OF EXISTING AGRICULTURAL THEFT LAWS AND ENFORCEMENT ISSUES THAT HAMPER THE ARREST AND CONVICTION OF PERSON'S CAUGHT OR SUSPECTED OF AGRICULTURAL THEFT. BUEN
SCR120 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND BOARD OF EDUCATION TO IDENTIFY THE FULL COST OF EDUCATING FEDERALLY CONNECTED CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES AS ALLOWED BY THE FEDERAL IMPACT AID FORMULAS. SAKAMOTO
SCR121 REQUESTING A STUDY ON THE LICENSING OF PRIVATE TRADE, VOCATIONAL OR TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. SAKAMOTO
SCR122 CALLING FOR THE VOLUNTARY REDUCTION OF THE USE OF PESTICIDES, HERBICIDES, AND INSECTICIDES IN THE STATE OF HAWAII AND THE INTRODUCTION OF AN INTEGRATED PESTICIDE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM WHEREVER POSSIBLE. IHARA
SCR123 REQUESTING A STUDY OF THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACTS OF GAMING IN HAWAII. MATSUURA
SCR124 REQUESTING THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE NATURAL ENERGY LABORATORY OF HAWAII AUTHORITY TO COME UP WITH RECOMMENDATIONS TO MODIFY THE MAKE-UP OF ITS BOARD TO INCLUDE MORE PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION. INOUYE
SCR125 OPPOSING ANY RESUMPTION OF THE PROPOSAL TO CONDUCT CARBON DIOXIDE EXPERIMENTS OFF THE KONA COAST. INOUYE, English, Hemmings
SCR126 REQUESTING THE DETERMINATION OF A STATE LEAD AGENCY ON ALIEN SPECIES TO DEAL WITH THE PROBLEM OF ALIEN SPECIES INVASIONS AND THEIR IMPACT ON HAWAII'S NATIVE ECOSYSTEMS. INOUYE, Chun, Kokubun
SCR127 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO STUDY THE SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL IMPACT OF MANDATORY HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR ACUPUNCTURE SERVICES. BUNDA
SCR128 REQUESTING AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF MANDATING PUBLIC EMPLOYEE HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR NATUROPATHIC CARE AND A STUDY OF OTHER NATUROPATHY ISSUES. BUNDA
SCR129 REQUESTING A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY IN HAWAI'I. ENGLISH, Hanabusa, Kokubun, Ihara, Fukunaga, Matsuura, Buen, Inouye, Matsunaga, Tam, Chun, Sakamoto
SCR130 URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS AND THE HEALTH CARE FINANCING ADMINISTRATION TO ADJUST HAWAII'S AEROMEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT RATES BY PROVIDING FOR IMMEDIATE PHASE-IN OF THE PROPOSED MEDICARE FEE SCHEDULE. ENGLISH
SCR131 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A TASK FORCE TO EXAMINE ISSUES RELATED TO CRUISE SHIPS. ENGLISH, INOUYE, Kokubun, Ihara, Fukunaga, Matsuura, Buen, Matsunaga, Tam, Chun, Sakamoto
SCR132 REQUESTING THE FOOD INDUSTRY AND OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES, WITH THE COOPERATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND THE COUNTIES, TO CONTRACT WITH AN EXPERT CONSULTANT TO CONDUCT A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF HAWAII'S SOLID WASTE AND LITTER SITUATION. KAWAMOTO, Inouye
SCR133 REQUESTING THE STATE HEALTH PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY TO DEVELOP A "STATE OF HAWAII HEALTH POLICY GUIDEBOOK" BASED ON THE HAWAII HEALTH PERFORMANCE PLAN. KAWAMOTO, Matsuura
SCR134 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO CONDUCT A DEFINITIVE STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF FLUORIDATION THAT ALSO ADDRESSES CONCERNS RELATING TO THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF FLUORIDATING HAWAII’S DRINKING WATER. KAWAMOTO (BR), Matsuura
SCR135 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HUMAN SERVICES AND HEALTH TO CONVENE AN AD HOC TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY TO UTILIZE FAITH-BASED HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES IN HAWAII. KAWAMOTO (BR), Matsuura
SCR136 REQUESTING A DELAY IN CLOSING THE HAWAII LONGLINE FISHERY ON MARCH 15, 2001, TO ENABLE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN EXPERIMENTAL SWORD FISHERY TO ADOPT ALTERNATIVE TURTLE MITIGATION MEASURES AND AVOID ADVERSE ECONOMIC IMPACT. TAM, Slom, Matsuura
SCR137 APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF STATE-PROVINCE RELATIONS OF FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN THE STATE OF HAWAII OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE PROVINCE OF THUA THEIN-HUE OF THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. TAM, Matsuura, Nakata
SCR138 REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND THE UNITED NATIONS TO REVIEW THE ACTIONS TAKEN IN 1959 RELEVANT TO HAWAII'S STATEHOOD. CHUN
SCR139 REQUESTING AN INVESTIGATION OF THE IMPACTS OF INCREASED PUBLIC ACCESS ON KA`AWALOA AND KEALAKEKUA BAY, ISLAND OF HAWAII. KOKUBUN
SCR140 REQUESTING FURTHER ACTION ON THE DESIGNATION OF A STATE RECREATIONAL AND HISTORIC PARK AND NATURE RESERVE AT KAPUA, HONOMALINO, OKOE, KAULANAMAUNA, AND MANUKA DISTRICTS IN SOUTH KONA AND KA'U, ISLAND OF HAWAII. KOKUBUN
SCR141 REQUESTING THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION AND THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER ADVOCACY TO REVIEW THE LENGTH OF TIME NECESSARY TO NEGOTIATE POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENTS AND DEVELOP A METHOD TO EXPEDITE NEGOTIATIONS WITH NONFOSSIL FUEL PRODUCERS, INCLUDING THE DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARDIZED CONTRACTS. KOKUBUN
SCR142 REQUESTING A STUDY OF SAME-DAY VOTER REGISTRATION IN HAWAII. KOKUBUN
SCR143 REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES NAVY TO ALLOW THE PUBLIC TO USE NON-MOTORIZED WATERCRAFT ON A PORTION OF THE WEST LOCH OF PEARL HARBOR. KANNO
SCR144 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A WORKING GROUP TO ADDRESS THE ISSUES RAISED IN THE FAMILY BILL OF RIGHTS. KANNO
SCR145 CALLING FOR THE LABELING OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FOODS PRODUCED AND SOLD IN HAWAII. FUKUNAGA
SCR146 REQUESTING A SOLUTION TO INCREASE THE RECYCLING RATES OF BEVERAGE CONTAINERS. FUKUNAGA
SCR147 REQUESTING A MANAGEMENT AUDIT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS' DISABILITY COMPENSATION DIVISION. CHUN OAKLAND, Ihara, Kawamoto, Chumbley, Slom, Sakamoto, Kanno
SCR148 URGING THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND NA KEIKI LAW CENTER TO DETERMINE IF THE CIVIL RIGHTS OF PETER KEMA, JR., WERE VIOLATED DUE TO NEGLIGENCE BY THE STATE OF HAWAII AND HAWAII COUNTY. CHUN OAKLAND, Hogue, Inouye, Kokubun, Kanno, Buen, Slom, Menor, English, Ihara, Fukunaga, Tam, Hanabusa, Matsunaga, Matsuura
SCR149 REQUESTING THE UNITED NATIONS TO CONSIDER THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CENTER FOR THE HEALTH, WELFARE, AND RIGHTS OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH IN HAWAII AND REQUESTING SUPPORT FOR THE CENTER FROM THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Buen, Sakamoto, Inouye, Kokubun, Kanno
SCR150 URGING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HEALTH, AGRICULTURE, AND EDUCATION TO FURTHER ENCOURAGE CONSUMPTION OF FIVE OR MORE DAILY SERVINGS OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Buen, Hogue, Kokubun, Kanno
SCR151 URGING THE STATE DEPARTMENTS OF HEALTH, AGRICULTURE, AND EDUCATION, AND THE HAWAII SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE TO DEVELOP NUTRITIONALLY SOUND MENU PLANS THAT WILL PROVIDE OPTIONAL VEGETARIAN SCHOOL LUNCHES. CHUN OAKLAND, Inouye, Kim, Matsuura, Buen, Hogue, Kokubun, Kanno
SCR152 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO ENSURE THAT ALL MIDDLE AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL STUDENTS ARE PROVIDED WITH ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES. CHUN OAKLAND
SCR153 SUPPORTING THE COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS AND THE PARTNERING INITIATIVES BETWEEN THE HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION AND THE VETERANS ADMINISTRATION IN HAWAII TO IMPROVE UPON THE QUALITY, DIVERSITY, AND ACCESSIBILITY OF HEALTHCARE ON THE NEIGHBOR ISLANDS. INOUYE, Kokubun
SCR154 AUTHORIZING THE BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO LEASE THE KEEHI SMALL BOAT HARBOR AND OTHER ADJACENT LANDS TO A PRIVATE DEVELOPER FOR COMMERCIAL, RECREATIONAL, EDUCATIONAL, RESEARCH, AND LIGHT INDUSTRIAL PURPOSES. INOUYE, English
SCR155 SUPPORTING THE GOVERNOR'S PLAN TO CONSIDER KALAELOA AS AN ALTERNATE SITE FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII-WEST OAHU CAMPUS. INOUYE
SCR156 RECOGNIZING THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY'S TOURISM STRATEGIC PLAN, KE KUMU, AND ITS EFFORTS TO STRENGTHEN THE TOURISM COMPONENT OF HAWAII'S ECONOMY. TAM
SCR157 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO RESOLVE THE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING NEGOTIATIONS QUICKLY AND TO RECOGNIZE ARBITRATED CONTRACTS. TAM
SCR158 SUPPORTING RESEARCH AND OTHER EFFORTS TO COUNTER GLOBAL WARMING. MATSUURA, KOKUBUN, ENGLISH, Chun Oakland, Tam, Buen, Kawamoto, Hanabusa, Nakata, Kim, Sakamoto, Chumbley, Kanno
SCR159 REQUESTING THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF HAWAII TO STUDY CURRENT PENSION BENEFITS OFFERED TO PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYEES AND MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS TO MODIFY SUCH BENEFITS INCLUDING THE ADDITION OF AN ALTERNATIVE DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PENSION PLAN. BUEN, MATSUURA, Nakata, Hanabusa
SCR160 REQUESTING THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO ENGAGE IN A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF THE ISSUES, AND THE DIFFERING VIEWPOINTS, CONCERNING THE AGE OF CONSENT FOR CONSENSUAL SEX CONDUCT. BUEN, MATSUURA
SR1 KAWAMOTO, Chun, Slom
SR2 ADOPTING THE RULES OF THE SENATE OF THE TWENTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE. BUNDA, HANABUSA, ENGLISH, CHUN, SLOM
SR3 REQUESTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PLAN THAT ENCOURAGES PARENTS TO BECOME MORE ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN THEIR CHILDREN'S EDUCATION. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, IHARA, MATSUNAGA, Matsunaga
SR4 SD1 REQUESTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PLAN TO IMPROVE ORAL HEALTH FOR CHILDREN IN THE STATE. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE, BUEN, MATSUNAGA
SR5 REQUESTING CONTINUED DISCUSSION FOR A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF CURRENT CHILD PROTECTION LAWS. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA, IGE
SR6 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO CREATE AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLLEVEL PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM. CHUN OAKLAND, CHUMBLEY, KANNO, FUKUNAGA, MATSUURA, IHARA
SR7 URGING THE IDENTIFICATION OF INAPPROPRIATE AND PORNOGRAPHIC MATERIAL ON THE INTERNET. CHUN OAKLAND, MATSUURA, KAWAMOTO, BUEN
SR8 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO SUBMIT ITS FINAL REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE AS REQUIRED BY ACT 109, SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 1996. BUEN
SR9 REQUESTING A STUDY ON GRANTING LIMITED PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY TO PSYCHOLOGISTS CERTIFIED IN PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY. MATSUURA (BR)
SR10 REQUESTING SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT. MATSUURA
SR11 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO INCLUDE A PARENTING COMPONENT IN SCHOOL CURRICULUM. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Kim, Buen, Kokubun, Hanabusa, Chun, Sakamoto
SR12 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENTS OF HUMAN SERVICES, HEALTH, AND LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS TO EXAMINE TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAMS FOR YOUTHS IN FOSTER CARE. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Sakamoto, Kim, English, Tam, Nakata, Taniguchi, Matsuura, Chumbley, Fukunaga, Ige, Kokubun
SR13 REQUESTING THE CREATION OF A COORDINATING COMMITTEE TO OVERSEE THE CARE OF MEDICALLY FRAGILE CHILDREN. MATSUURA
SR14 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO REMOVE SODA FROM DRINK VENDING MACHINES IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. MATSUURA
SR15 REQUESTING THE NATURAL ENERGY LABORATORY OF HAWAII AUTHORITY TO REVIVE ITS PROPOSAL FOR THE REACTIVATION OF THE NOI`I O PUNA RESEARCH CENTER. INOUYE
SR16 REQUESTING ESTABLISHMENT OF A TASK FORCE TO ASSESS AND DETERMINE WAYS TO REDUCE THE PAPERWORK AND DUPLICATIVE PROCESS REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN AND FELIX CLASS CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS. CHUN OAKLAND, MATSUNAGA, HOGUE, CHUMBLEY, Tam, English, Ige, Sakamoto, Menor, Kokubun, Nakata, Fukunaga, Slom, Buen, Matsuura
SR17 URGING THE GOVERNOR TO DECLARE MARCH 2001 HAWAII WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH IN THE STATE OF HAWAII. CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, HANABUSA, BUEN, INOUYE, KIM
SR18 URGING THE FORMATION OF A WORKING GROUP TO DEVELOP A STATEWIDE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM FOR LONG-TERM CARE PROVIDERS. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Ige, Sakamoto, Kim, English, Tam, Matsuura, Nakata, Taniguchi, Ihara, Kawamoto, Buen, Fukunaga, Chumbley, Kokubun, Hanabusa, Hemmings, Matsunaga, Hogue, Chun, Menor, Inouye
SR19 URGING A STUDY OF OLDER UNDERGROUND PLUMBING SYSTEMS AND WATER SYSTEMS STATEWIDE TO ASSESS HEALTH RISKS. CHUN OAKLAND, Menor, Kim, Inouye
SR20 REQUESTING THAT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII RENAME THE RAINBOW BASEBALL STADIUM TO THE LES MURAKAMI BASEBALL STADIUM. BUNDA, TANIGUCHI, Kokubun, Sakamoto, Chun, Fukunaga, Ihara, Tam, Matsuura, Inouye, Kim, Menor, Hemmings, Kanno, English, Hanabusa, Slom, Chun Oakland, Ige, Buen, Nakata, Hogue
SR21 REQUIRING ALL UPPER LEVEL REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, AND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO SPEND ONE DAY OBSERVING FELIX STUDENTS AND PROGRAMS. MATSUURA
SR22 REQUESTING A REPORT ON A COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY PROGRAM FOR ROADS AND HIGHWAYS. TAM
SR23 REQUESTING THE HALTING OF THE KALAWAHINE 180 RESERVOIR PROJECT. TAM, Buen, Chun Oakland, Kanno, Ihara, Slom
SR24 REQUESTING RESEARCH INTO A BUS VOUCHER SYSTEM FOR STATE AND CITY EMPLOYEES. TAM (BR)
SR25 REQUESTING A STUDY REGARDING THE EFFICACY AND EFFICIENCY OF EEG BIOFEEDBACK IN THE TREATMENT OF ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDERS, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, AND CRIMINAL RECIDIVISM. MATSUURA
SR26 REQUESTING THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES TO PROPOSE AN AMENDMENT TO THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION ON THE SUBJECT OF JUDICIAL TAXATION. MATSUURA
SR27 URGING THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDE FULL FEDERAL FUNDING FOR MANDATED PROGRAMS AND SERVICES. TAM, Sakamoto, Ige, Kim, Slom, Matsuura, Buen, Kawamoto, Kokubun
SR28 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES TO KEEP THE WAIMANO HOME CRISIS SHELTER OPEN AND OPERATING UNTIL AN ADEQUATE PUBLIC OR PRIVATE FACILITY IS ABLE TO OFFER THE SAME SERVICES. TAM, Kim, Slom, Matsuura, Buen, Kawamoto, Kokubun
SR29 REQUESTING A REPORT ON THE HIGH PRICES OF GASOLINE IN THE STATE AND ITS EFFECT ON THE STATE'S ECONOMY. TAM, Kawamoto, Buen, Matsuura, Slom
SR30 REQUESTING A TASK FORCE BE FORMED TO FORMULATE A COMPREHENSIVE COMPUTER EDUCATION PROGRAM IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TAM, Kawamoto, Buen, Matsuura, Slom
SR31 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO REASSESS THE ADMINISTRATIVE PRIORITIES IN HIS EXECUTIVE BUDGET. TAM, Slom
SR32 REQUESTING THAT PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES DOING BUSINESS IN HAWAII DEVELOP A MORE CONSUMER FRIENDLY UNIFIED SYSTEM FOR FREE PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, BUEN, ENGLISH, CHUMBLEY, Ihara, Fukunaga, Inouye, Nakata, Matsunaga, Kokubun, Sakamoto, Chun
SR33 STRONGLY URGING THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO LEAD THE NATION AND IMMEDIATELY ADDRESS THE PROBLEM OF HIGH COST OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS FOR ALL AMERICANS. CHUN OAKLAND, KANNO, Inouye, Matsunaga, Kokubun, Chumbley, Taniguchi, Kim, Nakata, Fukunaga, Hanabusa, Kawamoto, Ige, Matsuura, Sakamoto
SR34 REQUESTING AN ASSESSMENT OF AND IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE MOLOKAI IRRIGATION SYSTEM. BUEN, Kokubun, Kawamoto, Chun, Hanabusa, Matsuura, Hogue
SR34 REQUESTING AN ASSESSMENT OF AND IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE MOLOKAI IRRIGATION SYSTEM. None
SR35 REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO DESIGNATE DECEMBER 15 AS BILL OF RIGHTS DAY. BUEN, Kokubun, Kawamoto, Chun, Hanabusa, Inouye, English, Matsuura
SR36 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO SUBMIT A REPORT ON ALIEN SPECIES PROGRAMS. BUEN, KOKUBUN, HOGUE, Kawamoto, Chun, Hanabusa, Matsuura
SR37 REQUESTING THE AUDITOR TO CONDUCT AN AUDIT OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES BRANCH OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. CHUMBLEY
SR38 URGING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO DESIGNATE A NEW NATIONAL PARK FROM KEONE'O'IO TO KANALOA POINT ON THE SOUTHEAST COAST OF MAUI. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, BUEN
SR39 SUPPORTING THE ACQUISITION OF KAHUKU RANCH BY THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL PARK SERVICE FOR EXPANSION OF THE HAWAII VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK. INOUYE
SR40 REQUESTING THE FAMILY COURT TO CONSIDER ALL SUPPORT OBLIGATIONS WHEN DETERMINING CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS, AND TO AMEND THE 1998 AMENDED CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES TO CLARIFY THAT A PARENT CAN REQUEST THE COURT TO CONSIDER ALL SUPPORT OBLIGATIONS. MATSUURA
SR41 URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE SEVERAL COUNTIES, TO ESTABLISH PUBLIC PARKS AND BEACHES THAT ALLOW DOGS. HEMMINGS, Hogue, Kawamoto, English, Slom
SR42 REQUESTING A REVIEW OF THE PERFORMANCE INFORMATION PURCHASE SYSTEM. HANABUSA, MATSUURA, Kawamoto, Taniguchi, Kokubun, Chun, Nakata, Bunda, Ige, Kanno
SR43 REQUIRING A PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A SOCIAL SERVICES FACILITY IS ALLOWED TO OPEN IN A RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD. TAM
SR44 REQUESTING A STUDY RELATING TO THE MANAGEMENT OF THE AHUPUA`A `O KAHANA. NAKATA, Chun, Hanabusa
SR45 ESTABLISHING POLICIES FOR CAPITOL TELEVISION CABLECASTS OF SENATE PROCEEDINGS. ENGLISH, Bunda, Chun, Hanabusa, Kawamoto
SR46 REQUESTING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MAKUA VALLEY TASK FORCE. HANABUSA, Slom, Taniguchi, Kokubun, Chun, Chumbley, Nakata, Matsuura, Sakamoto, Bunda, Kanno, Hemmings, Matsunaga, Hogue, Buen, Chun Oakland, Kim, Ihara, Tam, Ige, English
SR47 REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR FORTY PER CENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND RELATED SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES. SAKAMOTO
SR48 REQUESTING A WORKING GROUP BE CONVENED TO EVALUATE AND RECOMMEND MEASURES TO ENCOURAGE THE USE OF SAFETY PROGRAMS SUCH AS THE EDDIE EAGLE PROGRAM FOR FIREARM SAFETY. SAKAMOTO
SR49 URGING THE COUNTIES TO STUDY THE INADEQUACIES OF PARATRANSIT SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY AND DISABLED, TO EXAMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF THE ADOPTING COUNTY ORDINANCES OR RESOLUTIONS TO SUPPLEMENT PARATRANSIT SERVICES WITH TAXICAB TRANSPORTATION, AND TO EXAMINE THE POSSIBILITY OF COUNTY APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FUNDING TO SUBSIDIZE PARATRANSIT PROGRAMS FOR THE ELDERLY AND DISABLED. CHUMBLEY, IHARA, CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, IGE, MATSUNAGA
SR50 REQUESTING THE SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION TO CONVENE A TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP A DEMONSTRATION PROJECT FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS IN THE PEARL CITY HIGH SCHOOL COMPLEX. KAWAMOTO, Ige
SR51 REQUESTING THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO REVIEW AND COMPARE SELECTED PROVISIONS OF HAWAII FAMILY LAW. KANNO
SR52 REQUESTING THE JUDICIARY TO MONITOR THE COLLECTION OF CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION FEES. KANNO
SR53 DECLARING THAT NO PUBLIC MONEYS BE EXPENDED BY STATE AGENCIES FOR CONTRACTS WITH PRIVATE ENTITIES FOR THE PURPOSES OF LOBBYING THE LEGISLATURE. TAM
SR54 REQUESTING THE CONVENING OF A HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS TASK FORCE. HANABUSA, Chun, Matsuura, Nakata, Kokubun
SR55 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING A K-16 MODEL. SAKAMOTO
SR56 REQUESTING A STUDY ON ESTABLISHING AN ENVIRONMENTAL COURT. CHUMBLEY, ENGLISH, BUEN
SR57 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE FEASIBILITY OF VOTING VIA THE INTERNET. CHUMBLEY, CHUN OAKLAND, FUKUNAGA, MATSUNAGA, IGE, IHARA
SR58 REQUESTING HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO URGE THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO INCREASE FEDERAL ASSISTANCE TO ASSIST HAWAII IN COMPLYING WITH THE FELIX V. CAYETANO CONSENT DECREE AND THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT. HOGUE, HEMMINGS, KOKUBUN, KIM
SR59 URGING THE HAWAII CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO REQUEST MORE FEDERAL ASSISTANCE IN COMPLYING WITH THE FELIX CONSENT DECREE AND THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT. HOGUE, HEMMINGS, KOKUBUN, KIM
SR60 REQUESTING AN AUDIT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PROCUREMENT LAW IN CONNECTION WITH PUBLIC SCHOOLS. HOGUE, HEMMINGS, KOKUBUN, KIM
SR61 REQUESTING THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU TO DECLARE WAIKIKI BEACH A SMOKE-FREE AREA. TANIGUCHI
SR62 URGING THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO SUPPORT RENEWAL OF THE PRESIDENT'S FAST-TRACK NEGOTIATING AUTHORITY. SLOM, Hogue
SR63 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO ESTABLISH A TASK FORCE TO GATHER PUBLIC INPUT AND RECOMMEND STATUTORY CAVE LAW. CHUMBLEY, CHUN
SR64 REQUESTING THE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES TO INVITE FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS TO PROVIDE SERVICES TO THE YOUTHS OF HAWAII. CHUN, Buen, Kokubun, Hogue, Sakamoto
SR65 REQUESTING THE IDENTIFICATION OF APPROPRIATE SITES FOR TELECOMMUNICATION TOWERS AND ANTENNAE TO PROVIDE OPTIMUM COVERAGE. KOKUBUN
SR66 REQUESTING THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF USING EXCESS PUBLIC UTILITIES SPECIAL FUND MONEYS TO ESTABLISH A UTILITY LINES UNDERGROUNDING FUND. KOKUBUN
SR67 REQUESTING A REPORT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEM RESERVE OPERATIONS PLAN AND CLARIFICATION OF THE STATE'S ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES. KOKUBUN
SR68 ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCIES. CHUN OAKLAND, Slom, Kanno, Hogue, Ihara, Fukunaga, Menor, Tam, Inouye, Nakata, Ige, Hanabusa
SR69 URGING HEALTH CARE PLANS AND PROVIDERS TO PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR AND UTILIZE HEARING SCREENING IN OLDER PATIENTS. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Kokubun, Kanno, Kawamoto, Buen, Sakamoto, Fukunaga, Slom, English, Inouye, Hogue, Ihara, Menor, Tam
SR70 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO JOINTLY DETERMINE WHETHER THE DIAGNOSIS OF CHILDREN WITH "ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER" OR "ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER" IN HAWAII HAS BEEN EXCESSIVE, WHETHER HAWAII'S CHILDREN ARE BEING SUBJECTED TO EXCESSIVE USE OF PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS TO MODIFY THEIR BEHAVIOR, AND TO RESEARCH, EXAMINE, AND RECOMMEND NON-DRUG ALTERNATIVES. CHUN OAKLAND, Matsuura, Kokubun, Kanno, Buen, Slom, English, Sakamoto, Ihara, Fukunaga, Menor, Tam, Inouye, Nakata, Ige, Hanabusa
SR71 SUPPORTING ACCELERATION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE KAPALAMA CONTAINER TERMINAL FACILITY. KAWAMOTO, Fukunaga, Kanno, Tam, Buen, Hemmings
SR72 SUPPORTING INCREASING THE DEPTH OF BARBERS POINT HARBOR. KAWAMOTO, Fukunaga, Tam, Buen, Hemmings
SR73 REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR FORTY PERCENT OF THE COST OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND RELATED SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES. SAKAMOTO
SR74 SUPPORTING PROJECT KA HALE PONO'S PETITION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS FOR A PARCEL OF LAND TO BUILD A YOUTH CENTER. CHUMBLEY, CHUN
SR75 REQUESTING A TASK FORCE TO EVALUATE THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII ASSUMING THE OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT OF THE ALOHA STADIUM. TANIGUCHI (BR)
SR76 REQUESTING THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU TO UPDATE ITS SURVEY OF FEDERALLY MANDATED STATE PROGRAMS. TANIGUCHI
SR77 ENCOURAGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO SYSTEMATIZE AND FURTHER DEVELOP THEIR CHARACTER-BUILDING INTEGRATED CURRICULUM. MATSUURA
SR78 URGING THE JUDICIAL SELECTION COMMISSION TO ADOPT RULES TERMINATING THE TERM OF ANY COMMISSION MEMBER WHO COMMITS AN ACT OF DISHONESTY. HOGUE
SR79 REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR FORTY PER CENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND RELATED SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES, AND FOR STATES' IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT. HOGUE
SR80 REQUESTING THE STATE HEALTH PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY TO DEVELOP A HEALTH POLICY GUIDEBOOK. MATSUURA, Bunda, Matsunaga, Chun, Fukunaga, Kanno, Kawamoto, Sakamoto, Tam, Ihara, Hogue, Slom, Buen, English, Hemmings, Ige, Chun Oakland, Menor, Kim, Kokubun, Nakata
SR81 URGING THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO SUPPORT EXPANSION OF THE BENEFITS OF THE INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNT. SLOM, Chun, Hogue, Kawamoto, Tam, Hemmings, Hanabusa, Ige
SR82 URGING THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO SUPPORT PRESIDENT BUSH'S TAX RELIEF PROPOSAL. SLOM, Hogue, Hemmings, Tam
SR83 URGING THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO WORK TO REPEAL THE DEATH TAX. SLOM, Hogue, Hemmings, Tam
SR84 REQUESTING FEDERAL RECOGNITION OF HAWAIIANS AS AN AUTONOMOUS GROUP. HEMMINGS, Chun, Hanabusa, Hogue
SR85 URGING THE IMMEDIATE RESIGNATION OF GARY RODRIGUES FROM THE JUDICIAL SELECTION COMMISSION. HEMMINGS, Hogue, Slom
SR86 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT TO STUDY COMPENSATION OF LICENSED ATTORNEYS EMPLOYED BY THE STATE OF HAWAII. IHARA, Inouye, Kawamoto, Tam, Fukunaga, Chun Oakland, Matsunaga, Chumbley, Buen, Ige
SR87 CALLING FOR THE LABELING OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FOODS PRODUCED AND SOLD IN HAWAII. IHARA
SR88 REQUESTING AN ASSESSMENT AND REVIEW OF EXISTING AGRICULTURAL THEFT LAWS AND ENFORCEMENT ISSUES THAT HAMPER THE ARREST AND CONVICTION OF PERSON'S CAUGHT OR SUSPECTED OF AGRICULTURAL THEFT. BUEN
SR89 REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND BOARD OF EDUCATION TO IDENTIFY THE FULL COST OF EDUCATING FEDERALLY CONNECTED CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES AS ALLOWED BY THE FEDERAL IMPACT AID FORMULAS. SAKAMOTO
SR90 ESTABLISHING A SENATE COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE THE STATE'S EFFORTS TO COMPLY WITH THE FELIX CONSENT DECREE. BUNDA, Sakamoto, Buen, Inouye, Kim, Kawamoto, Nakata, Kanno, Taniguchi, Hanabusa, Menor, Kokubun, Chun, Matsuura, Slom, Tam
SR91 REQUESTING A STUDY OF THE ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF GAMING IN HAWAII. BUNDA, Inouye, Kim, Kawamoto, Menor
SR92 REQUESTING A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY IN HAWAI'I. ENGLISH, Hanabusa, Kokubun, Ihara, Fukunaga, Matsuura, Buen, Inouye, Matsunaga, Tam, Chun, Sakamoto
SR93 URGING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS AND THE HEALTH CARE FINANCING ADMINISTRATION TO ADJUST HAWAII'S AEROMEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT RATES BY PROVIDING FOR IMMEDIATE PHASE-IN OF THE PROPOSED MEDICARE FEE SCHEDULE. ENGLISH
SR94 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A TASK FORCE TO EXAMINE ISSUES RELATED TO CRUISE SHIPS. ENGLISH, INOUYE, Kokubun, Ihara, Fukunaga, Matsuura, Buen, Matsunaga, Tam, Chun, Sakamoto
SR95 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF AN ECONOMIC TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP CLEAR GOALS AND AN IMPLEMENTATION PLAN TO IMPROVE HAWAII'S ECONOMIC DIVERSITY. TAM
SR96 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A SENATE HIGH TECHNOLOGY TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP CLEAR GOALS AND AN IMPLEMENTATION PLAN TO IMPROVE HAWAII'S HIGH TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY. TAM
SR97 SUPPORTING THE FUTURE PRESERVATION OF MAHA'ULEPU. CHUN
SR98 REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND THE UNITED NATIONS TO REVIEW THE ACTIONS TAKEN IN 1959 RELEVANT TO HAWAII'S STATEHOOD. CHUN
SR99 REQUESTING AN INVESTIGATION OF THE IMPACTS OF INCREASED PUBLIC ACCESS ON KA`AWALOA AND KEALAKEKUA BAY, ISLAND OF HAWAII. KOKUBUN
SR100 REQUESTING FURTHER ACTION ON THE DESIGNATION OF A STATE RECREATIONAL AND HISTORIC PARK AND NATURE RESERVE AT KAPUA, HONOMALINO, OKOE, KAULANAMAUNA, AND MANUKA DISTRICTS IN SOUTH KONA AND KA'U, ISLAND OF HAWAII. KOKUBUN
SR101 REQUESTING THE FORMATION OF A WORKING GROUP TO ADDRESS THE ISSUES RAISED IN THE FAMILY BILL OF RIGHTS. KANNO
SR102 REQUESTING A SOLUTION TO INCREASE THE RECYCLING RATES OF BEVERAGE CONTAINERS. FUKUNAGA
SR103 CALLING FOR THE VOLUNTARY REDUCTION OF THE USE OF PESTICIDES, HERBICIDES, AND INSECTICIDES IN THE STATE OF HAWAII AND THE INTRODUCTION OF AN INTEGRATED PESTICIDE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM WHEREVER POSSIBLE. FUKUNAGA
SR129 REQUESTING A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY IN HAWAI'I. ENGLISH, Hanabusa, Kokubun, Ihara, Fukunaga, Matsuura, Buen, Inouye, Matsunaga, Tam, Chun, Sakamoto
DC1 FROM THE STATE AUDITOR DATED NOVEMBER 17, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “AUDIT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH’S OVERSIGHT OF PUBLIC WATER SYSTEMS,” (REPORT NO. 00-15). None
DC2 FROM THE HAWAII TEACHER STANDARDS BOARD DATED DECEMBER 2, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE 2000 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE HAWAII TEACHER STANDARDS BOARD, PURSUANT TO SECTION 302A-803, HRS. None
DC3 FROM THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY DATED DECEMBER 6, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY’S 2000 ANNUAL REPORT TO THE HAWAII STATE LEGISLATURE,” PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 201B, HRS. None
DC4 FROM THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS DATED DECEMBER 18, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE OHA BUDGET JUSTIFICATION TABLES FB 2001-2003 AND THE OHA BUDGET JUSTIFICATION WORKSHEETS FB 2001-2003, PURSUANT TO SECTION 10-14.5, HRS. None
DC5 FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT DATED DECEMBER 18, 2000, INFORMING THE SENATE THAT THE HAWAII EMPLOYERS COUNCIL’S “PAY RATES IN HAWAII” YEAR 2000 SURVEY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLY ON THEIR WEB SITE. None
DC6 FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF BUDGET AND FINANCE DATED DECEMBER 21, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE THIRD AND FINAL REPORT OF THE PERFORMANCE BUDGETING COMMITTEE, PURSUANT TO ACT 230, SECTION 5, SLH 1998. None
DC7 FROM THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS DATED DECEMBER 21, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT ON THE OPERATING TRANSFERS MADE BETWEEN DIVISIONS FOR FY 2000, PURSUANT TO ACT 147, SECTION 6, SLH 1999. None
DC8 FROM THE OMBUDSMAN DATED DECEMBER 21, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “REPORT OF THE OMBUDSMAN,” (REPORT NO. 31), PURSUANT TO SECTION 96-16, HRS. None
DC9 FROM THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR DATED DECEMBER 28, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE REPORT OF THE ELECTIONS APPOINTMENT AND REVIEW PANEL. None
DC10 FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS, INSURANCE DIVISION, DATED JANUARY 5, 2001, TRANSMITTING ATTACHMENTS A AND B TO THE REPORT OF THE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER’S FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS CALLED FOR BY H.C.R. NO. 145 (2000). None
DC11 FROM THE STATE AUDITOR DATED JANUARY 18, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “FOLLOW-UP REVIEW OF THE STATE’S EFFORTS TO COMPLY WITH THE FELIX CONSENT DECREE.” None
DC12 FROM THE GOOD BEGINNINGS ALLIANCE AND THE GOOD BEGINNINGS INTERDEPARTMENTAL COUNCIL DATED DECEMBER 22, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE 2000 ANNUAL REPORT PURSUANT TO ACT 77, SLH 1997. None
DC13 FROM THE STATE AUDITOR DATED JANUARY 26, 2001, TRANSMITTING REPORTS, "ALLOCATION TO NEW CENTURY SCHOOLS PROJECT - FY 2000-01," (REPORT NO. 01-01) AND "SUNSET EVALUATION OF BARBERING AND BEAUTY CULTURE," (REPORT NO. 01-02). None
DC14 FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DATED JANUARY 16, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE SAFE COMMUNITY TRAFFIC SAFETY ANNUAL REPORT FOR FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. None
DC15 FROM THE STATE AUDITOR DATED FEBRUARY 12, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “AUDIT OF WORKERS’ COMPENSATION PAYMENT PROCESS IN STATE AGENCIES,” (REPORT NO. 01-03). None
DC16 FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, STUDENT CONFERENCE PLANNING COMMITTEE DATED FEBRUARY 9, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE 2000 STATE STUDENT CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 317, HRS. None
DC17 FROM THE STATE AUDITOR DATED FEBRUARY 21, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “A REVIEW AND IDENTIFICATION OF FISCALLY RELATED POWERS CONFERRED UPON OR ASSUMED BY THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH, (REPORT NO. 01-04). None
DC18 FROM THE STATE AUDITOR DATED FEBRUARY 22, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “AUDIT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES’ INFORMATION SYSTEMS,” (REPORT NO. 01-05). None
DC19 FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DATED FEBRUARY 26, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT’S SAFE COMMUNITIES HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM REQUEST FOR GRANT PROPOSALS FOR FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2001. None
DC20 FROM THE STATE AUDITOR DATED MARCH 5, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “AUDIT OF THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS,” (REPORT NO. 01-06). None
DC21 FROM THE HAWAII LABOR RELATIONS BOARD DATED MARCH 5, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE HLRB INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN NO. 39, WHICH PROVIDES, BY EMPLOYING JURISDICTIONS, THE NUMBER OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES IN EACH OF THE 13 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING UNITS ESTABLISHED BY HRS SECTION 89-6. None
DC22 FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF BUDGET AND FINANCE DATED MARCH 14, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE SUPPLEMENT TO THE PROGRAMS AND FINANCIAL PLAN AND EXECUTIVE BUDGET. None
DC24 FROM THE STATE AUDITOR DATED MARCH 28, 2001, TRANSMITTING THEIR 2000 ANNUAL REPORT. None
DC25 FROM THE STATE AUDITOR DATED MARCH 30, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “ESTABLISHMENT OF A PUBLIC LAND TRUST INFORMATION SYSTEM, PHASE ONE.” None
DC26 FROM THE STATE AUDITOR DATED APRIL 3, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “REVIEW OF REVOLVING FUNDS, TRUST FUNDS, AND TRUST ACCOUNTS OF THE JUDICIARY AND THE DEPARTMENTS OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS, HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS, HEALTH, AND HUMAN SERVICES,” (REPORT NO. 01-07). None
DC27 FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TOURISM DATED MARCH 22, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TOURISM, 2001 GOALS AND OBJECTIVES,” PURSUANT TO ACT 100, SLH 1999. None
DC28 FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM DATED APRIL 9, 20001, TRANSMITTING THE INTERIM RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE ENERGY-EFFICIENCY POLICY TASK FORCE AND THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY POLICY SYMPOSIUM, PURSUANT TO ACT 163, SLH 1998. None
DC29 FROM THE STATE AUDITOR DATED APRIL 11, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “AUDIT OF THE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING FUND,” (REPORT NO. 01-08). None
DC31 FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, CHRONIC DISEASE MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL BRANCH, DATED APRIL 19, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “ARTHRITIS IN HAWAII, KAWAIHO`OLA (HEALING WATERS),” BY THE HAWAII ARTHRITIS CONTROL PROGRAM ADVISORY COMMITTEE. None
GM1 RUSSELL S. KOKUBUN APPOINTED TO FILL THE VACANCY CREATED BY THE RESIGNATION OF ANDREW LEVIN FROM THE STATE SENATE, 3RD SENATORIAL DISTRICT, TERM TO EXPIRE 11-05-02. None
GM2 DATED NOVEMBER 13, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE 1999 ANNUAL REPORT PREPARED BY THE HAWAII STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, PURSUANT TO SECTION 93-12, HRS. None
GM3 DATED NOVEMBER 17, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE 1999 ANNUAL REPORT PREPARED BY THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAWAII, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 201G, HRS. None
GM4 DATED NOVEMBER 17, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE FINAL REPORT OF THE SMALL BUSINESS TASK FORCE ON REGULATORY RELIEF PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM, BUSINESS SUPPORT DIVISION, PURSUANT TO ACT 272, SLH 1996, AND ACT 348, SLH 1997. None
GM5 DATED NOVEMBER 29, 2000, TRANSMITTING AN ITEMIZED EXPENDITURE REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SECTION 60, SLH 1999. None
GM6 DATED NOVEMBER 29, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “REPORT ON STATE POSITIONS ASSIGNED TO SALARY RANGES SC-1, SC-2, AND SC-3” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, PURSUANT TO SECTION 77-13, HRS. None
GM7 DATED NOVEMBER 29, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “ANNUAL REPORT ON THE RESEARCH AND TRAINING REVOLVING FUND” PREPARED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII None
GM8 DATED DECEMBER 1, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT ON THE “GEOTHERMAL ROYALTIES AND GEOTHERMAL AND CABLE DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 182-18 AND 196D-11, HRS. None
GM9 DATED DECEMBER 7, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT ON THE “NORTH SHORE PAUKAUILA STREAMBANK EROSION AND RIPARIAN AREA COMMUNITY PROJECT” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, IN RESPONSE TO S.C.R. NO. 223 (1995). None
GM10 DATED DECEMBER 7, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE PROJECT-FUNDED STAFF SERVICES BUDGET REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SLH 1999, AND ACT 281, SECTION 73, SLH 2000. None
GM11 DATED DECEMBER 7, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT ON “IDENTIFICATION OF RIVERS AND STREAMS WORTHY OF PROTECTION” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, COMMISSION ON WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, PURSUANT TO SECTION 174C-31, HRS. None
GM12 DATED DECEMBER 7, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT “ON THE PROGRESS TOWARDS THE COMPLETION OF THE STATE LAND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, PURSUANT TO ACT 281, SECTION 62.2, SLH 2000. None
GM13 DATED DECEMBER 7, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT ON ALL SPECIAL, TRUST, AND REVOLVING FUND TRANSACTIONS CARRIED OUT OVER THE PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, IN RESPONSE TO H.C.R. NO. 125 (1993). None
GM14 DATED DECEMBER 7, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT ON THE “EQUIPMENT MODERNIZATION EFFORTS BY THE BUREAU OF CONVEYANCES” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SECTION 45, SLH 1999. None
GM15 DATED DECEMBER 8, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SECTION 61, SLH 1999, ON EXPENDITURES TO PAY UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION CLAIMS OF FORMER STATE EMPLOYEES. None
GM16 DATED DECEMBER 8, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “REPORT OF ALL FEDERAL FUNDS RECEIVED SUBSEQUENT TO THE CONVENING OF THE 2000 REGULAR SESSION” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, PURSUANT TO ACT 281, SECTION 7, SLH 2000. None
GM17 DATED DECEMBER 8, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE HAWAII STATE PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM’S ANNUAL REPORT FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2000, PURSUANT TO ACT 129, SLH 1989; ACT 327, SLH 1993; AND ACT 45, SLH 1999. None
GM18 DATED DECEMBER 8, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “ANNUAL REPORT OF THE STATE EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT SPECIAL FUND FOR FISCAL YEAR 1999-2000” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES, PURSUANT TO SECTION 36-32, HRS. None
GM19 DATED DECEMBER 8, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “ANNUAL REPORT OF THE INTERAGENCY FEDERAL REVENUE MAXIMIZATION REVOLVING FUND FOR FISCAL YEAR 1999-2000” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES, PURSUANT TO SECTION 29-24, HRS. None
GM20 DATED DECEMBER 8, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE PROJECT-FUNDED STAFF SERVICES BUDGET REPORT FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2000 TO JUNE 30, 2001, PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SECTION 75, SLH 1999. None
GM21 DATED DECEMBER 8, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “SUMMARY OF PROCUREMENT ACTIONS ($25,000 OR MORE) JULY 1, 1999 TO JUNE 30, 2000” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES, STATE PROCUREMENT OFFICE, PURSUANT TO SECTION 103D-321, HRS. None
GM22 DATED DECEMBER 8, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “ANNUAL REPORT OF STADIUM AUTHORITY STADIUM SPECIAL FUND STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS, EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2000” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES, PURSUANT TO SECTION 109-3, HRS. None
GM23 DATED DECEMBER 8, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “A PLAN TO REDUCE LEASE COSTS AND A PROGRESS REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THAT PLAN” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES, PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SECTION 63, SLH 1999. None
GM24 DATED DECEMBER 8, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “ANNUAL REPORT ON GOALS AND OBJECTIVES – JANUARY 2001” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES, PURSUANT TO ACT 100, SLH 1999. None
GM25 DATED DECEMBER 8, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “ANNUAL REPORT OF CLAIMS AND LAWSUITS ARBITRATED, COMPROMISED, OR SETTLED FOR $10,000 OR LESS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1999-2000” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES, PURSUANT TO SECTION 41D-4, HRS. None
GM26 DATED DECEMBER 8, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE 2000 HAWAII REAL ESTATE COMMISSION ANNUAL REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS, PROFESSIONAL AND VOCATIONAL LICENSING DIVISION, HAWAII REAL ESTATE COMMISSION, PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 467-4 AND 514A-133, HRS. None
GM27 DATED DECEMBER 8, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MASTER PLAN FOR POHOIKI BOAT RAMP” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, DIVISION OF BOATING AND OCEAN RECREATION, IN RESPONSE TO S.C.R. NO. 118 (1999). None
GM28 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE 2000 ANNUAL REPORT ON HOME PROPERTY LIENS PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, PURSUANT TO SECTION 346-29.5, HRS. None
GM29 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PURSUANT TO ACT 281, SECTION 32.1, SLH 2000, ON SCHOOL PRIORITY FUNDS. None
GM30 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PURSUANT TO ACT 281, SECTION 148.1, SLH 2000, ON ALL FEDERAL FUNDS. None
GM31 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN RESPONSE TO H.C.R. NO. 93 (2000), ESTABLISHING A CITY, STATE, AND COMMUNITY TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP A MASTER PLAN FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL COMPLEX. None
GM32 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN RESPONSE TO S.C.R. NO. 123 (2000), URGING THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO COMPLY WITH EXISTING LAW AND REGULATIONS TO PREVENT THE EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONS WITH CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS IN POSITIONS WHICH PLACE THEM IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO CHILDREN. None
GM33 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PURSUANT TO ACT 74, SLH 1999, ON SCHOOL PERFORMANCE -- EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY. None
GM34 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SECTION 33, SLH 1999, ON PROGRAMS IN COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL SUPPORT SERVICES. None
GM35 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SECTION 68, SLH 1999, ON THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION’S CIP STAFF COSTS. None
GM36 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN RESPONSE TO H.C.R. NO. 158 (2000), REQUESTING THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII COMMUNITY COLLEGES INITIATE A COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIP TO IMPROVE SERVICES FOR ADULTS AND EXPAND OPPORTUNITIES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS THAT WILL RESULT IN SUBSTANTIVE OUTCOMES FOR THE TWO ENTITIES. None
GM37 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PURSUANT TO ACT 328, SLH 2000, ON EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY. None
GM38 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN RESPONSE TO H.C.R. NO 123 (2000), REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO TAKE MEASURES TO MITIGATE THE INFESTATION OF FLIES, UNPLEASANT ODORS, INUNDATION BY DUST, AND SEVERE DRAINAGE PROBLEMS AT MAILI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. None
GM39 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL EDUCATION STATUS REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PURSUANT TO ACT 272, SLH 1994 AND ACT 238, SLH 2000. None
GM40 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT ON THE GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATION FOR COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL SUPPORT SERVICES PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION , PURSUANT TO ACT 281, SECTION 34, SLH 2000. None
GM41 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT ON THE OPERATIONS OF THE INCENTIVE AND INNOVATION GRANT TRUST FUND AND REVIEW PANEL PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PURSUANT TO SECTION 302A-301. None
GM42 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT ON THE MANDATORY EXPULSION POLICY FOR POSSESSION OF A FIREARM PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PURSUANT TO ACT 148, SLH 1995. None
GM43 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT ON FEDERAL AND TRUST FUNDS PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PURSUANT TO ACT 234, SLH 2000. None
GM44 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT ON GENDER EQUITY IN SPORTS PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PURSUANT TO ACT 229, SLH 2000. None
GM45 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE STUDY OF CONDITIONS AT PUNALU’U BEACH AND THE NEAR-BY KAMEHAME BEACH PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES IN RESPONSE TO S.C.R. NO. 89 (2000). None
GM46 DATED DECEMBER 11, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “ANNUAL REPORT DETAILING THE FUND BALANCE OF THE HAWAII HISTORIC PRESERVATION SPECIAL FUND” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, PURSUANT TO SECTION 6E-3, HRS. None
GM47 DATED DECEMBER 14, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUDGET AND FINANCE PLAN OF ACTION FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF GOALS AND OBJECTIVES, PURSUANT TO ACT 100, SLH 1999. None
GM48 DATED DECEMBER 14, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT OF BUDGET AND FINANCE FY 2001 EXPENDITURE REPORT, PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SLH 1999 AND ACT 281, SLH 2000. None
GM49 DATED DECEMBER 14, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE INTERIM REPORT REGARDING THE NET METERING PILOT STUDY ON THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION’S USE OF NET METERING IN ITS RENEWABLE ENERGY DEMONSTRATION PROJECT PREPARED BY THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION, PURSUANT TO ACT 87, SLH 2000. None
GM50 DATED DECEMBER 15, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION’S UNDERGROUND FACILITIES ONE-CALL SYSTEM REPORT, PURSUANT TO S.C.R. NO. 171 (2000). None
GM51 DATED DECEMBER 15, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION’S TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT REPORT, PURSUANT TO ACT 240, SLH 2000. None
GM52 DATED DECEMBER 15, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION’S SPECIAL MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURE REPORT, PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SLH 1999 AND ACT 281, SLH 2000. None
GM53 DATED DECEMBER 15, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION’S CENTRAL OAHU H-1 FREEWAY CORRIDOR CAPACITY EXPANSION REPORT, PURSUANT TO S.C.R. NO. 125 (2000). None
GM54 DATED DECEMBER 15, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION’S STAINBACK HIGHWAY TO KULANI CORRECTIONAL FACILITY RECONSTRUCTION REPORT, PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SLH 1999 AND ACT 281, SLH 2000. None
GM55 DATED DECEMBER 15, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION’S PROJECT-FUNDED STAFF SERVICES BUDGET REPORT, PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SLH 1999 AND ACT 281, SLH 2000. None
GM56 DATED DECEMBER 18, 2000, TRANSMITTING TWO REPORTS PREPARED BY THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION ON THE CONSIDERATION OF DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT ISSUES, PURSUANT TO S.C.R. NO. 173 (2000), AND THE RESOLUTION OF AVOIDED COST ISSUES, PURSUANT TO S.C.R. NO. 179 (2000). None
GM57 DATED DECEMBER 18, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “ANNUAL REPORT ON TRANSFER OF APPROPRIATED FUNDS AND POSITIONS” PREPARED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, PURSUANT TO SECTION 37-74, HRS. None
GM58 DATED DECEMBER 18, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “SUMMARY OF UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SPECIAL, REVOLVING AND TRUST FUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2000” PREPARED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 304-7 AND 304-8, HRS. None
GM59 DATED DECEMBER 18, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII REPORT ON THE TUITION WAIVER PROGRAM, PURSUANT TO ACT 161, SECTION 3, SLH 1995 AND SECTION 304-16.5, HRS. None
GM60 DATED DECEMBER 18, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “FISCAL YEAR 1999-2000 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII TUITION AND FEES SPECIAL FUND EXPENDITURES FOR THE PURPOSE OF GENERATING PRIVATE DONATIONS” PREPARED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, PURSUANT TO SECTION 304-16.5, HRS. None
GM61 DATED DECEMBER 18, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE MULTI-YEAR PROGRAM AND FINANCIAL PLAN AND EXECUTIVE BUDGET FOR THE PERIOD 2001-2007, PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 37-69 AND 37-71, HRS; AND THE VARIANCE REPORT FOR FYS 2000-2001, PURSUANT TO SECTION 37-75. None
GM62 DATED DECEMBER 18, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION’S PROGRESS EXPENDITURE REPORT ON THE DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTEGRATED TAX INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, PURSUANT TO ACT 273, SLH 1996. None
GM63 DATED DECEMBER 18, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION’S PROGRESS EXPENDITURE REPORT ON THE DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTEGRATED TAX INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SECTION 54, SLH 1999. None
GM64 DATED DECEMBER 18, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION’S ANNUAL REPORT PROVIDING AN ACCOUNTING OF THE RECEIPT OF, AND EXPENDITURES FROM, THE INTEGRATED TAX INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS SPECIAL FUND, PURSUANT TO ACT 155, SLH 1999. None
GM65 DATED DECEMBER 18, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “ANNUAL EVALUATION OF THE HAWAII UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, PURSUANT TO SECTION 383-126.5, HRS. None
GM66 DATED DECEMBER 19, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE REPORT ON RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY THE TASK FORCE ON BEACH AND WATER SAFETY, PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE TASK FORCE ON BEACH AND WATER SAFETY, PURSUANT TO ACT 190, SLH 1996 AND ACT 101, SLH 1999. None
GM67 DATED DECEMBER 19, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT OF THE TRANSFER OF STATEWIDE SAVING TO THE FOREST WILDLIFE RESOURCE PROGRAM PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, DIVISION OF FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE, PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SECTION 142, SLH 1999. None
GM68 DATED DECEMBER 20, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “HAWAII CONVENTION CENTER TRANSITION PLAN” PREPARED BY THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY IN RESPONSE TO H.C.R. NO. 164 (2000). None
GM69 DATED DECEMBER 20, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT ON THE STATUS OF THE ISSUANCE OF INCIDENTAL TAKE LICENSES FOR ENDANGERED, THREATENED, PROPOSED, AND CANDIDATE SPECIES; AND THE CONDITION OF THE ENDANGERED SPECIES TRUST FUND, PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, DIVISION OF FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE, PURSUANT TO SECTION 195D-26, HRS. None
GM70 DATED DECEMBER 22, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES IN RESPONSE TO S.C.R. NO. 60 (2000), REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING, ASSESSING, AND COLLECTING USER FEES TO OFFSET THE COST OF MAINTAINING KOKEE STATE PARK, ALAKAI SWAMP, WAIMEA CANYON STATE PARK, AND SURROUNDING FOREST RESERVES ON THE ISLAND OF KAUAI. None
GM71 DATED DECEMBER 26, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE REPORT ON VARIOUS COST OPTIONS ON CUSTOMARY FEE PROFILES FOR NON-INSTITUTIONAL HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, MED-QUEST DIVISION, PURSUANT TO SECTION 346-59, HRS. None
GM72 DATED DECEMBER 26, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT ON THE TEACHER EDUCATION COORDINATING COMMITTEE PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PURSUANT TO SECTION 304-20, HRS. None
GM73 DATED DECEMBER 26, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, STRENGTHENING AND EVALUATION OF STUDENT LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR SCHOOLS ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, IN RESPONSE TO H.C.R. NO. 52 (2000). None
GM74 DATED DECEMBER 26, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE “REPORT OF THE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER’S FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS, INSURANCE DIVISION, PURSUANT TO H.C.R. NO. 145 (2000). None
GM75 DATED DECEMBER 26, 2000, INFORMING THE SENATE THAT HE HAS APPROVED THE RELEASE OF $190,000 TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND GENERAL SERVICES AND PERMISSION TO ADVERTISE BIDS FOR WAIALUA HIGH SCHOOL, BASEBALL FIELD IMPROVEMENTS, AS AUTHORIZED BY ACT 91, SLH 1999 AND ACT 281, SLH 2000. None
GM76 DATED DECEMBER 26, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT ON THE INTERAGENCY EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY WORKING GROUP PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PURSUANT TO ACT 235, HRS. None
GM77 DATED DECEMBER 27, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT RELATING TO STATE PARK RESTROOM FACILITIES (FUNDING FOR THE NATURAL AREA RESERVES SYSTEM UNDER SEPARATE COVER) PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES AND THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY, IN RESPONSE TO S.C.R. NO. 143, (2000). None
GM78 DATED DECEMBER 27, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, DIVISION OF FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE, NATURAL AREA RESERVES SYSTEM, FUNDING WORKINGROUP, IN RESPONSE TO S.C.R. NO. 143 (2000), REGARDING POTENTIAL SOURCES OF PERMANENT DEDICATED FUNDING AND STAFFING AND FUNDING NEEDS OF THE NATURAL AREA RESERVES SYSTEM. None
GM79 DATED DECEMBER 27, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES IN RESPONSE TO H.C.R. NO. 151 (2000), RELATING TO A COMPREHENSIVE MASTER PLAN FOR KOKEE AND WAIMEA CANYON STATE PARKS. None
GM80 DATED DECEMBER 28, 2000, TRANSMITTING THE REPORT ON THE STATUS OF THE STATE’S PROGRESS IN MEETING THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE FELIX V. CAYETANO CONSENT DECREE PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SECTION 46, SLH 1999. None
GM81 DATED JANUARY 2, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE OFFICE OF THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR’S ANNUAL REPORT, PURSUANT TO ACT 200, SECTION 7, SLH 1999. None
GM82 DATED JANUARY 2, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE REPORT REQUIRING ALL DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES TO IDENTIFY THEIR GOALS, OBJECTIVES, AND POLICIES, TO PROVIDE A BASIS FOR DETERMINING PRIORITIES AND ALLOCATING LIMITED PUBLIC FUNDS AND HUMAN RESOURCES, PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, PURSUANT TO ACT 100, SECTIONS 6 AND 7, SLH 1999. None
GM83 DATED JANUARY 3, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF INFORMATION PRACTICES FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2000. None
GM84 DATED JANUARY 3, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE REPORT OF THE MEDICAL PRIVACY TASK FORCE PREPARED BY THE OFFICE OF INFORMATION PRACTICES, PURSUANT TO ACT 140, SLH 200. None
GM85 DATED JANUARY 3, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE “PROJECT-FUNDED STAFF SERVICES BUDGET REPORT” PREPARED BY THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, PURSUANT TO ACT 91, SECTION 74, SLH 1999. None
GM86 DATED JANUARY 3, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE “REPORT OF THE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER OF HAWAII 2000; SUMMARY OF INSURANCE BUSINESS FOR THE YEAR 1999” PURSUANT TO SECTION 431:2-211, HRS. None
GM87 DATED JANUARY 4, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE REPORT, “A STUDY OF THE IMPACT THAT COMMERCIAL MARINE MAMMAL WATCHING TOURS MAY HAVE ON COMMERCIAL FISHING IN WATERS OFF THE WAIANAE COAST OF OAHU” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES IN RESPONSE TO H.C.R. NO. 103 (2000). None
GM88 DATED JANUARY 4, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CHAPTER 190D, HRS, OCEAN AND SUBMERGED LANDS LEASING, PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES AND DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, PURSUANT TO ACT 176, SECTION 12, SLH 1999. None
GM89 DATED JANUARY 3, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE 1999-2000 ANNUAL REPORT PREPARED BY THE HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 206E, HRS. None
GM90 DATED JANUARY 5, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE REPORT ON LAND DISPOSITIONS MADE OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2000 PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, PURSUANT TO SECTION 171-29, HRS. None
GM91 DATED JANUARY 8, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION’S ANNUAL REPORT ON PAYMENTS TO THE STATE BY ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER, PURSUANT TO ACT 177, SLH 1997. None
GM92 DATED JANUARY 8, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT DIVISION, SAFE DRINKING WATER BRANCH, WASTEWATER BRANCH, PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 340E-31 THROUGH 340E-41, HRS, RELATING TO THE DRINKING WATER TREATMENT REVOLVING LOAN FUND OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. None
GM93 DATED JANUARY 8, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, CLEAN AIR BRANCH, PURSUANT TO S.C.R. NO. 129 (2000), REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO STUDY UNPLANNED RELEASES OF AIR EMISSIONS BY FACILITIES AT CAMPBELL INDUSTRIAL PARK. None
GM94 DATED JANUARY 8, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT “REQUIRING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO GIVE AN ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE NEWBORN METABOLIC SCREENING SPECIAL FUND” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, PURSUANT TO SECTION 321-291, HRS. None
GM95 DATED JANUARY 8, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT “RELATING TO THE STATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT DIVISION, WASTEWATER BRANCH, PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 342D-80 THROUGH 342D-87, HRS. None
GM96 DATED JANUARY 8, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE HAWAII INFORMATION CONSORTIUM’S ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR 2000. None
GM97 DATED DECEMBER 27, 2000, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE PURSUANT TO ACT 281, SECTION 4, SLH 1996, AND ACT 154, SLH 2000, ON THE IMPACT OF THE INCREASE IN THE MINIMUM ANNUAL PESTICIDE LICENSING FEE, AND IT’S ANNUAL REPORT ON ALL MONEYS DEPOSITED INTO AND DISBURSED FROM THE PESTICIDE USE REVOLVING FUND. None
GM98 DATED JANUARY 4, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT ON THE NATURAL AREA RESERVES SYSTEM AND NATURAL AREA PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, DIVISION OF FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE, PURSUANT TO SECTION 195-6.6, HRS. None
GM99 DATED JANUARY 8, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT RELATING TO THE FOREST STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, DIVISION OF FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE, PURSUANT TO SECTION 195F-6, HRS. None
GM100 DATED JANUARY 8, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT ON THE WILDLIFE REVOLVING FUND PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, DIVISION OF FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE, PURSUANT TO SECTION 183D-10.5, HRS. None
GM101 DATED JANUARY 10, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE HAWAII CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION, PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 368-3 AND 515-9, HRS. None
GM102 DATED JANUARY 11, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “EVALUATION OF THE LICENSING REQUIREMENTS FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS AND ASSESSMENT OF THE COMMUNITIES NEEDS FOR PSYCHOLOGIST SERVICES” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS IN RESPONSE TO H.C.R. NO. 38 (2000). None
GM103 DATED JANUARY 12, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “REQUESTING PROCESS AND OUTCOME EVALUATIONS BY AN AGENCY OR AGENCIES EXTERNAL TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ON NEW INITIATIVES OR PROGRAMS FOR SERVICE TO EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS” PREPARED BY STEPHEN N. HAYNES, PH.D., DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES RESEARCH INSTITUTE, UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, PURSUANT TO ACT 281, SECTION 24.1, SLH 2000. None
GM104 DATED JANUARY 12, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH PURSUANT TO S.C.R. NO. 196 (2000), REQUESTING REVIEW AND RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE DIRECTOR OF HEALTH ON THE TRANSITION OF HAWAII STATE HOSPITAL TO A SECURED PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION FACILITY. None
GM105 DATED JANUARY 16, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH PURSUANT TO S.C.R. NO. 77 (2000), REQUESTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO WORK WITH SERVICE PROVIDERS AND THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO DETERMINE A REASONABLE RENTAL FEE TO IMPROVE INFRASTRUCTURE ON THE WAIMANO TRAINING SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL GROUNDS. None
GM106 DATED JANUARY 16, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT ON THE HAWAII STATEWIDE TRAIL AND ACCESS SYSTEM KNOWN AS “NA ALA HELE” PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, DIVISION OF FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE, PURSUANT TO SECTION 198D-9, HRS. None
GM107 DATED JANUARY 17, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES DIVISION, PURSUANT TO ACT 170, SLH 1995, REQUESTING THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY SUBMIT A DETAILED EXPENDITURE AND STATUS REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE. None
GM108 DATED JANUARY 17, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE PROGRAM MEMORANDA PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF BUDGET AND FINANCE, BUDGET, PROGRAM PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION, PURSUANT TO SECTION 37-70, HRS. None
GM109 DATED JANUARY 10, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SALARIES PAID TO ALL UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII EXECUTIVE, MANAGERIAL, AND FACULTY MEMBERS INCLUDING THE PRESIDENT, PREPARED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PURSUANT TO SECTION 304-13.5, HRS. None
GM110 DATED JANUARY 16, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, COMMUNICABLE DISEASE DIVISION, STD/AIDS PREVENTION BRANCH, PURSUANT TO H.R. NO. 99 (2000), RELATING TO INCREASING ACCESS TO STERILE SYRINGES. None
GM111 DATED JANUARY 16, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT PREPARED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH PURSUANT TO ACT 281, SECTION 17.1, SLH 2000, REQUESTING THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SUBMIT A REPORT ITEMIZING THE LEVELS OF FUNDING FOR ALL STD/AIDS PREVENTION PROVIDERS. None
GM112 DATED JANUARY 17, 2001, TRANSMITTING THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ANNUAL REPORT FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2000. None
GM113 DATED JANUARY 19, 2001, TRANSMITTING A REPORT, “ACTION TAKEN ON CONSULTANT FOR OVERCOLLECTION OF FEDERAL REIMBURSEMENTS IN FY 96-97 AND FY 97-97,” PURSUANT TO ACT 89, SECTION 5, SLH 2000. None
GM114 SUBMITTING FOR CONSIDERATION AND CONFIRMATION AS THE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, THE NOMINATION OF DAVIS YOGI, TERM TO EXPIRE DECEMBER 2, 2002. None
GM115 SUBMITTING FOR CONSIDERATION AND CONFIRMATION AS THE DIRECTOR OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, THE NOMINATION OF LEONARD AGOR, TERM TO EXPIRE DECEMBER 2, 2002. None
GM116 SUBMITTING FOR CONSIDERATION AND CONFIRMATION AS THE CHAIRPERSON OF THE BOARD OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES, THE NOMINATION OF GILBERT S. COLOMA-AGARAN, TERM TO EXPIRE DECEMBER 31, 2002. None
GM117 SUBMITTING FOR CONSIDERATION AND CONFIRMATION AS THE DIRECTOR OF TAXATION, THE NOMINATION OF MARIE Y. OKAMURA, TERM TO EXPIRE DECEMBER 2, 2002. None
GM118 SUBMITTING FOR CONSIDERATION AND CONFIRMATION AS THE DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION, THE NOMINATION OF BRIAN K. MINAAI, TERM TO EXPIRE DECEMBER 2, 2002. None