COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION

Tuesday, February 10, 2004

2:00 p.m.

Conference Room 309; State Capitol

AGENDA #1:

Decision making only:

HB 33

RELATING TO EDUCATION.

Short form bill relating to education.

EDN

AGENDA #2:

HB 1739

RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.

Establishes an open source software pilot project within the department of education to establish a policy on the purchase and use of open source software applications within the department; appropriates $50,000.

EDN, FIN

HB 2001

RELATING TO TEACHERS.

Expands National Board Certification support program for public school teachers.

EDN, FIN

HB 1928

MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE HAWAII TEACHER STANDARDS BOARD.

Appropriates funding for the Hawaii teacher standards board.

EDN, FIN

HB 1927

MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR THE HAWAII TEACHER STANDARDS BOARD.

Appropriates funds to the Hawaii teacher standards board to implement and administer a support program for national board certification candidates in the DOE.

EDN, FIN

HB 1926

RELATING TO EDUCATION.

Makes technical conforming amendments to the interstate agreement on qualifications of educational personnel.

EDN

HB 2645

RELATING TO EDUCATION.

Exempts certified retired teachers from any prerequisite coursework that the department may require of other substitute teachers.

EDN, LAB

HB 1925

RELATING TO EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY.

Establishes academic achievement, safety and well being, and civic responsibility as the agreed upon goals for Hawaii's public education accountability. Defines civic responsibility.

EDN

HB 1948

RELATING TO COMMUNITY LIBRARIES.

Establishes goal of funding and staffing parity for community libraries and Hawaii state library. Appropriates $5 million to implement.

EDN, FIN

HB 2330

RELATING TO EDUCATION.

Allows home-schooled students to participate in extracurricular and co-curricular activities of the public school to which the home-school student would be assigned, in accordance with the DOE school attendance area policies.

EDN, JUD, FIN

HB 2644

RELATING TO IMPACT FEES.

Authorizes the department of education to assess and collect impact fees by intergovernmental agreement with a county, as fair share contributions of developers for the construction of state public school facilities.

EDN, JUD, FIN

HB 2815

RELATING TO EDUCATION.

Authorizes the issuance of general obligation bonds to take advantage of the Qualified Zone Academy Bond Program.

EDN, FIN

Decision making to follow.

 

 

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY

Tuesday, February 10, 2004

2:00 p.m.

Conference Room 325; State Capitol

AGENDA:

HB 2252

RELATING TO DRUG DEMAND REDUCTION ASSESSMENTS.

Adds to the offenses for which an offender must pay the drug demand reduction assessment used to fund drug treatment. Amends priority of payment to require payment of restitution, probation fees, and crime victim compensation fees before assessment. Places burden on offender to show inability to pay.

JUD, FIN

HB 2843

RELATING TO CRYSTAL METHAMPHETAMINE.

Allocates fifty percent of tobacco settlement moneys for the prevention of tobacco use to the treatment and prevention of crystal-methamphetamine use.

JUD, FIN

HB 2844

RELATING TO CRYSTAL METHAMPHETAMINE.

Allocates the one-half-cent increase in the tobacco tax that takes effect on July 1, 2004, to prevention and treatment programs and services for crystal methamphetamine.

JUD, FIN

HB 2695

RELATING TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE.

Creates a substance abuse prevention, education, and treatment special fund.

JUD, FIN

HB 2880

RELATING TO FORFEITURES.

Requires moneys from the criminal forfeiture revolving fund to be used for drug treatment programs.

JUD, FIN

HB 2365

RELATING TO TOBACCO.

Prohibits the distribution of untaxed cigarette via telephone, mail order, the Internet, or other on-line sources. Revises provisions relating to the AG's seizure and confiscation authority. Addresses the availability of low-priced cigarettes to underage smokers concern.

JUD, FIN

HB 2362

RELATING TO INTEREST.

Reduces the interest on judgments recovered in civil suits from the current 10% a year to 6%.

JUD, FIN

HB 2399

PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLE VII OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII.

Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow refunding general obligation bonds or refunding reimbursable general obligation bonds to be issued by the State and the counties with non-level principal or debt service payments.

JUD, FIN

HB 2359

MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR CLAIMS AGAINST THE STATE, ITS OFFICERS, OR ITS EMPLOYEES.

Appropriates funds for the payment of claims against the State for: refunds of taxes; judgments and settlements; and other miscellaneous payments.

JUD, FIN

HB 2337

RELATING TO NAME CHANGES.

Reduces the filing fee for name changes of persons 65 years of age and older.

JUD, FIN

Decision making to follow.

 

COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT

Tuesday, February 10, 2004

2:00 p.m.

Conference Room 329; State Capitol

AGENDA:

HB 1786

RELATING TO EXEMPT EMPLOYEES.

Allows employees in exempt positions who have performed work satisfactorily for five or more consecutive years to apply for intra-departmental and inter-departmental transfers and intra-departmental and inter-departmental promotional exams for which they meet the minimum qualifications. Limits the number of exempt positions.

LAB, FIN

HB 1769

RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS FOR BROADCAST INDUSTRY EMPLOYEES.

Makes it unlawful for a broadcast employer to include in any employment contract with a current or prospective broadcast employee a provision that is a prospective employment access restriction.

LAB, JUD

HB 2230

RELATING TO SHORTAGE CATEGORIES.

Establishes a shortage category employment class for public employment purposes. Establishes criteria and review processes for shortage categories.

LAB, FIN

HB 1816

RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION.

Requires the director of labor and industrial relations to establish a program that authorizes a private third-party workers' compensation drug card system that allows injured workers to receive prescription drugs promptly at no cost; program administrator to be selected pursuant to chapter 103D.

LAB, CPC, FIN

Decision making to follow.

 

The following measures are also scheduled for decision making with a recommendation to recommit:

NO TESTIMONY WILL BE RECEIVED ON HOUSE BILL NOS. 1791 AND 1792.

HB 1791

RELATING TO LABOR.

Implements short form bill relating to labor.

LAB

HB 1792

RELATING TO LABOR.

Implements short form bill relating to labor.

LAB

2:30 p.m. AGENDA:

Decision making only (heard on Friday, February 6, 2004):

HB 2215

RELATING TO PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT.

Clarifies that an employee who received a special retirement incentive benefit may be reemployed by the State without having to forfeit all benefits received if the employee's subsequent employment with the State is by contract-for-service for a period not to exceed one year in duration.

LAB, FIN

HB 2262

RELATING TO PENSION AND RETIREMENT SYSTEMS.

Provides that if a police officer who suffers from a service-connected disability continues public service in any position other than as a police officer, the member's retirement allowance shall be 2-1/2% of the member's average final compensation for each year of credited service as a police officer.

LAB, FIN

HB 2713

RELATING TO SOCIAL SECURITY FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEES.

Extends additional social security benefits to employees of the State or any political subdivision.

LAB, FIN

HB 2909

RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.

Authorizes the employees' retirement system to employ or retain attorneys independent of the attorney general to provide legal services for the employees' retirement system.

LAB, JUD, FIN

HB 2398

RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.

Establishes the employer contributions to the Employees' Retirement System at 15.75 percent of the member's compensation for police and firefighters and 13.75 percent of the member's compensation for all other employees beginning in FY 2005-2006. Eliminates the separate computation of contributions for the Early Incentive Retirement Plan and includes in the total contributions computed as a stated percentage of compensation payment for the remaining amounts due for the Plan as of June 30, 2005.

LAB, FIN

HB 2403

RELATING TO THE FEDERAL TAX LIMIT ON COMPENSATION APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.

Applies the federal tax limits on pension compensation effective 7/1/96, and adds a non-tax-qualified arrangement to protect benefits accrued in excess of the federal tax limits for the period 7/1/96, through 6/30/04. Appropriates $357,350 to pay the non-tax-qualified benefits.

LAB, FIN

HB 2404

RELATING TO FEDERAL TAX QUALIFICATION OF THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.

Incorporates some of the required provisions into chapter 88 and authorizes the Board of Trustees to adopt as rules the remainder of the required provisions that are not presently part of chapter 88 or the rules of the ERS.

LAB, FIN

2:35 p.m. AGENDA:

Decision making only (heard on Saturday, February 7, 2004):

HB 2216

RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT.

Prohibits an employer or labor organization from discriminating against an employee who uses accrued and available sick leave in accordance with a valid collective bargaining agreement or valid employment policy. Clarifies that the term, "employee" includes an employee with a nonchronic condition of a short term nature.

LAB, JUD

HB 2491

RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT.

Establishes a uniform definition of "employment" for the DLIR for benefit eligibility purpose.

LAB, FIN

HB 2229

RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT RECORDS.

Establishes a definition of "employment records" for public employment purposes. Establishes criteria for each public employer's employment records management system.

LAB, CPC

HB 1774

RELATING TO UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS.

Encourages eligible claimants of unemployment insurance to seek gainful employment by permitting claimants to receive their weekly benefit amount without regard to earnings received from employment.

LAB, FIN

HB 2373

RELATING TO OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.

Creates 2 new offenses related to illegal compensation of public servants: (1) bribery in the second degree; and (2) unlawful gifts to public servants by persons subject to their jurisdiction.

LAB, JUD

HB 2561

RELATING TO STANDARDS OF CONDUCT.

Codifies a conflict of interest standard for employees; prohibits employee business activities or financial interests that are incompatible with the proper discharge of official duties.

LAB, LMG, JUD

HB 2325

RELATING TO PROCUREMENT.

Requires a bidder for construction work to file a sworn statement specifying that the construction work, if performed by a subcontractor, will be performed by employees who are paid the prevailing rate of compensation, including benefits, and working under the terms and conditions of employment as persons employed by the bidder.

LAB, FIN

SB 1374

(SSCR904)

RELATING TO THE STATE FIRE COUNCIL.

Allows the State Fire Council to expend federal grant money for the purpose of fire fighting training.

LAB, FIN

HB 2697

RELATING TO LABOR.

Ensures that employees who are unemployed temporarily due to a labor dispute shall not be disqualified from receiving unemployment benefits if the parties to the labor dispute have reached an impasse and, prior to a work stoppage, the striking workers offer to submit the dispute to a fact-finding process.

LAB, FIN

HB 2700

RELATING TO UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE.

Requires that determinations for the payment of unemployment insurance claims be made within thirty days of filing a claim. Also requires a decision on appeal of the determination to be rendered within thirty days of filing an appeal.

LAB, FIN

HB 2699

RELATING TO UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS.

Establishes a rebuttable presumption that a claimant's unemployment during a labor dispute is not due to an actual, substantial curtailment of work at the employer's establishment, and thus the claimant is entitled to unemployment compensation; requires clear and convincing evidence to overcome the presumption.

LAB, FIN

HB 2323

RELATING TO EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATIONS.

Requires all parent labor unions based in the mainland to return at least 50% of all union fees collected from their local affiliates, branches, or subsidiaries in Hawaii in any appropriate form agreed upon, whether it is in cash, vacation leave, sick leave, or strike benefits.

LAB, EDB

5:00 p.m. AGENDA:

HB 2401

RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.

Establishes a new defined benefit contributory plan with a hybrid feature for certain current and future members.

LAB, FIN

SB 779

SD2

(SSCR951)

RELATING TO THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM.

Creates a new class H membership of the employees' retirement system. Allows employees in service on 12/31/04 to elect to covert their class C membership to class H membership. Requires employees hired on or after 1/1/05, to be designated as class H members. Establishes the parameters for unreduced retirement allowances, service retirement allowances, minimum cash balance benefits, ordinary disability retirement allowances, service-connected disability retirement allowances, death benefits, post retirement allowances, retirement allowance options, rollovers, and the determination of members' rights after separation from service for class H members. (SD2)

LAB, FIN

Decision making to follow.

 

 

COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT

Tuesday, February 10, 2004

2:00 p.m.

Conference Room 423; State Capitol

AGENDA:

HB 2245

RELATING TO THE AUDITOR.

Provides that reimbursements for financial audits from political subdivisions are required only in the event funds for financial audits are appropriated by the legislature.

LMG, FIN

HB 2265

RELATING TO THE COMPENSATION OF OFFICIALS IN THE LEGISLATIVE SERVICE AGENCIES.

Amends the salaries of officers of the legislative service agencies.

LMG, FIN

HB 2310

RELATING TO THE AUDITOR.

Clarifies that the legislature reimburses the auditor's financial audits of county agencies.

LMG, FIN

Decision making to follow.

 

COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE

Wednesday, February 11, 2004

8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Conference Room 325; State Capitol

AGENDA:

HB 2783

RELATING TO AGRICULTURE.

Gives greater authority to the department of agriculture to license, monitor, and regulate Hawaii's meat rendering facilities to ensure that products such as meat and bone meal and blood meal are properly used.

AGR, CPC

HB 2848

RELATING TO COMMERCIAL ANIMAL FEED.

Provides a general excise tax exemption for amounts received from the sale of commercial feed that is grown or harvested in Hawaii and a GET and use tax exemption for the purchase of equipment to grow, maintain, or harvest plants used for commercial animal feed.

AGR, FIN

HB 2799

RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PERTAINING TO AGRICULTURE.

Authorizes general obligation bonds and appropriates funds for capital improvement projects pertaining to agriculture.

AGR, FIN

HB 2841

MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR BIOREMEDIATION RESEARCH.

Appropriates funds for bioremediation pilot project on agricultural lands in West Maui.

AGR, FIN

HB 2849

MAKING AN APPROPRIATION FOR ORGANIC AGRICULTURE.

Appropriates funds to support the establishment of an organic agriculture center and improve food security in Waianae.

AGR, FIN

HB 2916

RELATING TO LOAN PROGRAMS.

Integrates the state agriculture and aquaculture loan programs and removes all restrictions on the amount that may be borrowed and requires the board of agriculture to determine loan amount limits.

AGR, FIN

HB 2926

RELATING TO THE WAIMANALO RESEARCH AND OUTREACH CENTER.

Makes an appropriation to finance development of a long-range plan for a Waimanalo Research and Outreach Center.

AGR, FIN

HB 2051

HD1

(HSCR31-04)

RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

Authorizes the department of agriculture to charge user fees for the inspection, permitting and other services provided by the Department.

EEP, AGR, FIN

Decision making to follow.

 

 

COMMITTEE ON WATER, LAND USE & HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS AND COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND BUSINESS CONCERNS AND COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION

Wednesday, February 11, 2004

8:30 a.m.

Conference Room 423; State Capitol

AGENDA:

HB 2447

RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED.

Authorizes the DHHL to enter into business relationships with private companies.

WLH/EDB, FIN

HB 2840

RELATING TO ENHANCING ECONOMIC DIVERSITY.

Appropriates funds to study the feasibility of a Kalaeloa Technical Park project to enhance economic diversity.

WLH/EDB, FIN

HB 2222

RELATING TO STATE PARKS.

Authorizes the use of moneys in the state parks special fund to pay the debt service on revenue bonds issued for state park facilities.

WLH, FIN

HB 2867

RELATING TO REAL PROPERTY.

Authorizes the tax collector to foreclose on real property on which outstanding fines exceeding $50,000 are owed due to egregious zoning or building code violations.

WLH, JUD, FIN

HB 2983

AMENDING ARTICLE V, SECTION 6, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII.

Amends the state constitution to change the way land use commissioners are appointed. Enables senate and house leadership members, in addition to the governor, to appoint land use commissioners.

WLH, JUD, FIN

HB 2269

RELATING TO CEDED LANDS.

Prohibits the State from selling, exchanging, or otherwise alienating lands contained in the public land trust.

WLH, JUD

HB 2813

RELATING TO HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE.

Requires that all government letterheads and, whenever possible, government documents contain both Hawaiian, English, and proper Hawaiian-language grammar; all government computers and software be able to process new Hawaiian language requirements; that notice be given to all government computer vendors; and an advisory board be formed to provide guidance to the government on Hawaiian language.

WLH, FIN

HB 2910

RELATING TO LAND USE.

Requires joint hearings between the state land use commission and the appropriate county land use decision-making authority for any project that would require a hearing by each body to obtain necessary land use and zoning approvals.

WLH, JUD

HB 2985

RELATING TO THE LAND USE COMMISSION.

Allows Governor select one appointment and select two appointments each from lists of nominees submitted by the speaker of the house of representatives, the president of the senate, the minority leader of the house of representatives, and the minority leader of the senate.

WLH, JUD

HB 2982

RELATING TO THE LAND USE COMMISSION.

Enables governor to appoint 1 member; senate president 2 members; house speaker 2 members; senate minority leader 2 members; and house minority leader 2 members, to the land use commission.

WLH, JUD, FIN

HB 2878

RELATING TO STATE DISPOSITIONS.

Allows rather than requires the board of land and natural resources to provide in every patent, deed, lease, agreement, license, or permit that the use and enjoyment of the premises being granted shall not be in support of any policy which discriminates.

WLH, JUD

Decision making to follow.

 

 

COMMITTEE ON HUMAN SERVICES AND HOUSING AND COMMITTEE ON HEALTH

Wednesday, February 11, 2004

9:00 a.m.

Conference Room 329; State Capitol

AGENDA:

HSH only:

HB 1812

RELATING TO SOCIAL WORKERS CODE OF ETHICS.

Creates code of ethics for child protective services social caseworkers, adopted from the National Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics.

HSH, JUD

HB 1832

RELATING TO CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES.

Requires that the child protective review panel review proceedings taken prior to the issuance of a court order upon the request of the child's family who believe that the child was wrongfully removed from the family home.

HSH, JUD

HB 1859

RELATING TO CHILD ABUSE.

Requires members of the clergy to report cases of child abuse to the police or the department of human services; exempts confidential clergy communications.

HSH, JUD

HB 2458

RELATING TO CHILD WELFARE SERVICES.

Clarifies that DHS may require a parent, legal custodian, guardian, or caregiver, in cases where appropriate, to participate in diversion and other supportive services, in lieu of taking custody of a child.

HSH, JUD

HB 1836

RELATING TO HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS.

Prohibits health care professionals from attempting to collect from the uninsured or medically needy patient more than the cost of providing services.

HSH, CPC

HB 2448

RELATING TO CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD CHECKS FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS OF THE OFFICE OF YOUTH SERVICES.

Authorizes the Office of Youth Services to obtain criminal history and child abuse record information on employees, prospective employees, and volunteers of its providers and subcontractors in positions that necessitates close proximity to youth.

HSH, JUD

Decision making to follow.

 

HSH/HLT only:

HB 2384

RELATING TO JUVENILES.

Establishes uniform criteria to determine the fitness to proceed to trial for children and youth charged with felonies.

HSH/HLT, JUD

HB 2385

RELATING TO ACCESS TO VITAL STATISTICS RECORDS BY CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES.

Allows state and federal agencies conducting activities under the federal Title IV-D child support enforcement program to have direct access to vital statistics records maintained by the DOH, Office of Health Status Monitoring.

HSH/HLT, JUD

HB 2454

RELATING TO MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT.

Changes the effective start date of the revised reimbursement methodology for long-term care services from 7/1/03 to 7/1/08. Eliminates the "sunset" provision of the original act to enable the new reimbursement methodology to continue.

HSH/HLT, FIN

HB 2457

RELATING TO DEPENDENT ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES.

Requires DHS to inform: (a) the appropriate police department of all dependent adult abuse or neglect reports received by the department, excluding reports involving self-neglect; and (b) the appropriate police department or office of the prosecuting attorney of relevant information concerning a case of dependent adult abuse or neglect when the information is required for the investigation or prosecution of the case.

HSH/HLT, JUD

HB 2459

RELATING TO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE.

Clarifies that covered loss deductible does not include public assistance benefits.

HSH/HLT, FIN

HB 2461

RELATING TO MEDICAL ASSISTANCE FOR PREGNANT LEGAL IMMIGRANTS.

Provides state-funded medical assistance for pregnant legal immigrants who entered the United States on or after 8/22/96, who are age nineteen or older, and whose countable family income does not exceed 185% of the federal poverty level for Hawaii.

HSH/HLT, FIN

Decision making to follow.

 

COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION

Wednesday, February 11, 2004

9:00 am

Conference Room 309; State Capitol

AGENDA:

HB 2250

RELATING TO HABITUAL OPERATION OF A VEHICLE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF AN INTOXICANT.

Requires habitual DUI offender to pay driver education assessment, to be assessed for substance abuse or dependence, and to obtain treatment if necessary. Prohibits issuance of new license to habitual DUI offender until period of license revocation expires. Permits court to order offender to reimburse cost of blood or urine testing. Adds conforming references to habitual DUI offenders to use of intoxicants law.

TRN, JUD

HB 2251

RELATING TO CHAPTER 291E.

Amends law pertaining to offense of driving while license suspended or revoked for driving under the influence of an intoxicant to include a prior conviction for driving after license has been suspended or revoked for driving while license suspended or revoked for for driving under the influence of an intoxicant.

TRN, JUD

HB 2253

RELATING TO SPEEDING.

Makes excessive speeding a petty misdemeanor and establishes penalties including driver's license suspension or revocation, driver retraining, fines, assessments, community service, and imprisonment.

TRN, JUD

HB 2374

RELATING TO CHAPTER 291E, HAWAII REVISED STATUTES.

Creates a felony charge for those who drive after a court revokes their license for DUI convictions, and a new criminal offense for those who drive after a court suspends their license for DUI convictions.

TRN, JUD

HB 2527

RELATING TO SPECIAL INTEREST VEHICLES.

Expands the definition of "street rod vehicle" and "street rod replica vehicle" to include vehicles manufactured before 1968 or manufactured after 1967 to resemble a vehicle manufactured before 1968.

TRN, JUD

HB 2671

RELATING TO RECONSTRUCTED VEHICLES.

Changes exemption from law on reconstructed privately owned motor vehicles to counties with less than 150,000 population, rather than counties with less than 500,000 population.

TRN, JUD

HB 2906

RELATING TO HIGHWAY SAFETY.

Adds speeding in excess of 30 miles per hour over the speed limit to offenses for which the driver's license may be administratively revoked.

TRN, JUD

HB 2954

RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES.

Increases penalties for excessive speeding. Increases penalties for driving without a license and driving with a suspended or revoked license. Requires proof of valid Hawaii driver's license in order to transfer interest in a motor vehicle.

TRN, JUD

Decision making to follow.

 

 

 

COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION AND COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY AND MILITARY AFFAIRS

Wednesday, February 11, 2004

11:00 a.m.

Conference Room 309; State Capitol

AGENDA:

HB 2702

RELATING TO SPECIAL NUMBER PLATES.

Authorizes special automobile license plates for veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

TRN/PSM, JUD

HB 1909

RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE PLATES.

Authorizes the issuance of special motor vehicle license plates for member of the Hawaii National Guard.

TRN/PSM, FIN

Decision making to follow.