Hawaii State Legislature
2002 Legislative Session

HB78

Generated on 7/23/2002 10:01:46 AM

Measure Title: 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.
Report Title: Candidate eligibility (ConAm)
Description: Proposes an amendment to article III, section 6, of the State Constitution to require that, prior to filing nomination papers for the primary election, a candidate for state legislative office shall be a qualified voter in the district that the candidate seeks to represent.
Package: None
Companion:
Introducer(s): HIRAKI
Current Referral:LMG, JHA

Date Status Text
1/18/2001HIntroduced
1/18/2001HPass First Reading
1/22/2001HReferred to the committees on LMG, JHA, referral sheet 1.
2/6/2001HBill scheduled to be heard by LMG on Thursday, 02/08/01 at 1:30 PM in House conference room 423.
2/8/2001HThe committee on LMG recommends that the measure be HELD. The votes were as follows: 6 Ayes: Rep.(s) Suzuki, Luke, Lee, M. Oshiro, Gomes, Halford; Ayes with reservations: None; 0 Noes: None; and 0 Excused: None.
7/23/2001DCarried over to 2002 Regular Session.

$ = Appropriation measure
ConAm = Constitutional Amendment