Hawaii State Legislature
2004 Legislative Session

HB2198 HD1

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Measure Title: RELATING TO SCHOOL HEALTH.
Report Title: Student Medication Self-Administration
Description: Requires the Department of Education to permit the self-administration of medication by a student for asthma or other potentially life-threatening illnesses. Allows a student who is permitted to self-administer medication to carry an inhaler and auto-injectable epinephrine. (HB2198 HD1)
Package: None
Companion:HB1833
Introducer(s): LEE, SHIMABUKURO, HALE, KAHIKINA, TAKAI, NISHIMOTO, ARAKAKI, MINDO, Takumi
Current Referral:HTH, EDU

Date Status Text
1/26/2004HIntroduced
1/28/2004HPass First Reading
1/30/2004HReferred to HLT, EDN, referral sheet 5
2/6/2004HBill scheduled to be heard by HLT on Tuesday, 02-10-04 at 10:30 am in House conference room 329.
2/9/2004HRe-referred to HLT/EDN, referral sheet 11.
2/6/2004HBill scheduled to be heard by HLT/EDN on Tuesday, 02-10-04 at 10:00 am in House conference room 329.
2/9/2004HThis measure has been deleted from the meeting scheduled on Tuesday 02-10-04 at 10:30 am in conference room 329.
2/10/2004HThe committee(s) recommends that the measure be deferred until Tuesday 02-17-04.
2/13/2004HBill scheduled for decision making on Tuesday, 02-17-04 at 9:00 am in conference room 329.
2/17/2004HThe committees on HLT recommend that the measure be PASSED, WITH AMENDMENTS. The votes were as follows: 5 Ayes: Representative(s) Arakaki, Nishimoto, Hale, Finnegan, Stonebraker; Ayes with reservations: none; 0 Noes: none; and 3 Excused: Representative(s) Kahikina, Shimabukuro, Ching.
2/17/2004HThe committees on EDN recommend that the measure be PASSED, WITH AMENDMENTS. The votes were as follows: 7 Ayes: Representative(s) Takumi, Arakaki, Hale, Tamayo, Blundell, Leong, Ontai; Ayes with reservations: none; 0 Noes: none; and 6 Excused: Representative(s) Evans, Kahikina, Morita, Schatz, Takai, Ching.
2/24/2004HReported from the committee on HLT/EDN (Stand. Com. Rep. No. 493-04) as amended in (HD 1), recommending passage on Second Reading and placement on the calendar for Third Reading.
2/24/2004HPassed Second Reading as amended in (HD 1); placed on the calendar for Third Reading with none voting no and Representative(s) Hale, Ontai, Takamine, Takumi excused.
2/26/2004HPassed Third Reading as amended in (HD 1) with none voting no and Kanoho, M. Oshiro, Souki, Takamine, Takumi excused.
2/26/2004HTransmitted to Senate.
2/27/2004SReceived from House (Hse. Com. No. 21).
2/27/2004SPassed First Reading.
2/27/2004SDeferred until 03-01-04.
3/1/2004SReferred to HTH, EDU.
3/12/2004SThe committee on HTH has scheduled a public hearing on 03-16-04 at 2:30 pm in conference room 016.
3/16/2004SThe committee(s) on HTH recommend(s) that the measure be PASSED, UNAMENDED. The votes in HTH were as follows: 4 Aye(s): Baker, Chun Oakland, Inouye, Kokubun; Aye(s) with reservations: none ; 0 No(es): none; and 2 Excused: Tsutsui, Hogue.
3/23/2004SReported from HTH (Stand. Com. Rep. No. 2912) with recommendation of passage on Second Reading and referral to EDU.
3/23/2004SReport adopted; Passed Second Reading and referred to EDU.
3/23/2004SThe committee on EDU has scheduled a public hearing on 03-29-04 at 1:15 pm in conference room 212.
3/29/2004SThe committee(s) on EDU recommend(s) that the measure be PASSED, UNAMENDED. The votes in EDU were as follows: 4 Aye(s): Senator(s) Sakamoto, Hooser, Tsutsui, Hogue; Aye(s) with reservations: none ; 0 No(es): none; and 3 Excused: Senator(s) Chun Oakland, Kawamoto, Menor.
4/1/2004SReported from EDU (Stand. Com. Rep. No. 3098) with recommendation of passage on Third Reading.
4/1/2004S48 Hrs. Notice 04-05-04.
4/5/2004SReport adopted; Passed Third Reading. Ayes, 24; Aye(s) with reservations: none . Noes, 0 (none). Excused, 1 (Senator(s) Ige). Transmitted to House.
4/5/2004HReturned from Senate (Sen. Com. No. 421).
4/6/2004HTransmitted to Governor.
4/26/2004SAct 19, 4/26/2004 (Gov. Msg. No. 493).
4/26/2004HAct 019, on 4/26/2004 (Gov. Msg. No. 189).

$ = Appropriation measure
ConAm = Constitutional Amendment