COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT

Monday, January 28, 2002

1:00 p.m.

Conference Room 423; State Capitol

AGENDA:

HCR 7

CONTINUING THE JOINT SENATE-HOUSE INVESTIGATIVE COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE THE STATE'S EFFORTS TO COMPLY WITH THE FELIX CONSENT DECREE.

LMG, FIN

     

Decision making to follow.

 

COMMITTEE ON CONSUMER PROTECTION AND COMMERCE AND COMMITTEE ON HEALTH

Monday, January 28, 2002

1:30 p.m.

Conference Room 325; State Capitol

AGENDA:

HB 1761

RELATING TO INSURANCE.

Gives insurance commissioner power to regulate health insurance rates.

CPC/HLT, FIN

     

Decision making to follow.

 

 

SENATE COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS AND HOUSE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE

Monday, January 28, 2002

State Capitol Auditorium

SUBJECT: DEPT. OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

DEPT. OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

AGENDA:

1:30 p.m. to completion

Department of Land and Natural Resources

Public Lands Management LNR 101

Conveyances and Recordings LNR 111

Water and Land Development LNR 141

Commercial Fisheries and Aquaculture LNR 153

Forestry Products Development LNR 172

Aquatic Resources LNR 401

Forests and Wildlife Resources LNR 402

Water Resources LNR 404

Conservation and Resources Enforcement LNR 405

Natural Area Reserves and Management LNR 407

Ocean-based Recreation LNR 801

Historic Preservation LNR 802

Forest Recreation LNR 804

Recreational Fisheries LNR 805

Park Development and Operation LNR 806

Park Interpretation LNR 807

Parks Administration LNR 809

Prevention of Natural Disasters LNR 810

LNR - Natural Physical Environment LNR 906

Department of Labor

Placement Services LBR 111

Workforce Development Council LBR 135

Occupational Safety and Health LBR 143

Wage Standards and Fair Employment Practices LBR 152

Civil Rights Commission LBR 153

Public and Private Employment LBR 161

Unemployment Compensation LBR 171

Disability Compensation LBR 183

Labor and Industrial Relations Appeals Board LBR 812

DLIR Data Gathering, Research, and Analysis LBR 901

General Administration LBR 902

Office of Community Services LBR 903

 

COMMITTEE ON CONSUMER PROTECTION AND COMMERCE

Monday, January 28, 2002

3:00 p.m.

Conference Room 325; State Capitol

AGENDA:

HB 1763

RELATING TO MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETIES.

Repeals the exemption from state, county, and municipal taxes provided to mutual benefit societies under article 1 of chapter 432, Hawaii Revised Statutes.

CPC, FIN

     

Decision making to follow.

 

COMMITTEE ON HEALTH

Tuesday, January 29, 2002

8:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m.

Conference Room 329; State Capitol

AGENDA:

HB 1747

RELATING TO RIGHTS OF VICTIMS.

HLT, JHA

 

Requires the Director of the Health Department to notify victims of the status of defendants and perpetrators committed to the custody of the Director of the Department of Health.

 

 

 

HB 1771

RELATING TO PATIENT SAFETY.

HLT, JHA, FIN

 

Establishes a patient safety and medical errors reduction program for all health care facilities in the State, including a risk management and risk prevention education and training component for nonphysician personnel and the development and implementation of an incident reporting system.

 

HB 1765

RELATING TO THE HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORP.

HLT, FIN

 

Defines substantial reduction or elimination of direct patient care services under section 323F-31, HRS.

 
     

HB 1766

RELATING TO SPECIAL PURPOSE REVENUE BONDS.

HLT, FIN

 

Repeals the provision that prohibits the issuance of special purpose revenue bonds after June 30, 2003. Authorizes the issuance of special purpose revenue bonds to assist Hawaii Pacific Health in the acquisition or construction of health care facilities, renovation of existing facilities, acquisition of land, equipment, and technology, and other capital-related projects.

 
     

Decision making to follow.

 

COMMITTEE ON ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Tuesday, January 29, 2002

9:00 a.m.

Conference Room 312; State Capitol

AGENDA:

The purpose of this briefing is to allow the Hawaii Beverage Industry Coalition to present its privately funded study and implementation plan as an alternative to HB 1256 Relating to Solid Waste Management, which establishes a beverage container deposit and redemption system to assist in the waste stream diversion and increase the recycling rates of beverage containers.

The Department of Health Solid Waste Division and representatives from each County will be available to discuss the study and its findings.