Ka Aha Kenekoa

THE SENATE

 

Ka Aha Ōlelo Kanakolu

THE THIRTIETH LEGISLATURE

 

Aha Kau Kānāwai 2020

REGULAR SESSION OF 2020

 

Ke Kōmike Hookolokolo

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY

Kenekoa/Senator Karl Rhoads, Luna Hoomalu/Chair

Kenekoa/Senator Jarrett Keohokalole, Hope Luna Hoomalu/Vice Chair

 

Ōlelo Hoolaha No Ka Hooholo Manao Ana

NOTICE OF DECISION MAKING

 

 

Lā / DATE:

ʻalua, Pepeluali 25, 2020 / Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Hola / TIME:

12:15 p.m.

Wahi / PLACE:

Lumi Aha Kūkā 016 / Conference Room 016

Ke Kapikala Mokuāina / State Capitol

415 South Beretania Street

 

Papa Kumuhana

A G E N D A

 

Ua pau ka/nā pila ma lalo nei i ka hoolohe ia e nā kōmike i pili i ke/nā kumuhana o ia (mau) pila:

The following measure(s) were previously heard in their respective subject matter committees:

 

SB 2636, SD1

(SSCR2558)

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO GENDER EQUITY.

Requires publicly held domestic and foreign corporations to includes certain numbers of females among their boards of directors. Authorizes administrative fines for noncompliance. (SD1)

 

CPH, JDC

SB 2652, SD1

(SSCR2528)

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO HOUSING.

Amends section 201H-38 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes to clarify that the section does not require income restrictions for projects that are built for Hawaii residents, who will be owner-occupants in perpetuity, and who own no other property. (SD1)

 

 

HOU/WTL, JDC

SB 2654, SD1

(SSCR2883)

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO COUNTIES.

Clarifies that the request for dedication for infrastructure is to connect an eligible affordable housing's infrastructure to the county's infrastructure. Authorizes a licensed private building inspector, contracted by the state or county, to certify compliance with county standards. (SD1)

 

HOU, JDC

SB 2673, SD1

(SSCR2380)

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS.

Establishes the right of postsecondary student athletes in intercollegiate athletics to receive compensation for the use of their name, image, or likeness. (SD1)

 

HRE, JDC

SB 2836

(SSCR2377)

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO THE ACCESS HAWAII COMMITTEE.

Gives agencies more flexibility and online options to provide enhanced digital services to the public in order to better serve the public and businesses.

 

TEC/GVO, JDC

SB 2837, SD1

(SSCR2436)

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STEERING COMMITTEE.

Preserves the continuity of the information technology steering committee to properly administer section 27-43, Hawaii Revised Statutes, while redefining the composition of the committee. (SD1)

 

TEC, JDC

SB 2868, SD1

(SSCR2828)

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO QUALIFIED DOMESTIC RELATIONS ORDERS.

Amendments to clarify benefits to alternate payees, advisory review determinations of Hawaii Domestic Relations Orders and the priority of multiple orders. Effective date 7/1/51. (SD1)

 

LCA, JDC

SB 2894, SD1

(SSCR2479)

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO CHILD CARE.

Clarifies the allowable relationships the caregiver must have to be considered related to a child in care; clarifies that a program that provides exclusively for a specialized training or skill development shall be for children who are eligible pupils in grades kindergarten through twelve in public or private schools; clarifies that minimum health and safety requirements or standards as required by federal law may be imposed on any of the groups in section 346-152, Hawaii Revised Statutes, that provide child care for a child whose family receives a child care subsidy from the department; clarifies that the burden of proof is upon the caregiver or facility to provide verification of meeting a declared exemption under section 346-152, Hawaii Revised Statutes; clarifies that the information that may be investigated by the department to determine violations of part VIII of chapter 346, Hawaii Revised Statutes, occurred or is occurring; clarifies that the department may file a petition for a search warrant with the district court; clarifies that a search warrant may be issued to the department and the appropriate law enforcement agency to conduct an investigation; and renumbers the exemptions to appear as they were prior to Act 276, Session Laws of Hawaii 2019. (SD1)

 

HMS/CPH, JDC

SB 2985, SD1

(SSCR2845)

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO VETERINARIANS.

Provides veterinarians who provide emergency care to an animal immunity from civil liability in the absence of gross negligence. Provides veterinarians who render emergency treatment when there is no veterinarian-client-patient relationship, immunity from civil liability in the absence of gross negligence. Requires veterinarians to report to law enforcement events of animal injury, death, or abuse where there is reasonable cause to believe that it relates to dog fighting or animal abuse and gives veterinarians immunity from civil liability for making the reports. (SD1)

 

CPH, JDC

SB 3058, SD1

(SSCR2590)

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.

Provide a three-year extension of the sunset provision in Act 38, Session Laws of Hawaii 2017. (SD1)

 

HRE/TEC, JDC

SB 3059

(SSCR2591)

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.

Repeals the sunset provision in Act 39, Session Laws of Hawaii 2017.

 

HRE, JDC

SB 3075, SD1

(SSCR2606)

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO PSYCHOLOGISTS.

Requires the board of psychology to establish a pilot program to grant prescriptive authority to qualified psychologist applicants in counties with a population of less than 100,000 persons. Repeals on 8/31/2025. (SD1)

 

CPH, JDC

SB 3110, SD1

(SSCR2830)

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO PROPERTY.

Prohibits nonresident aliens and businesses and trusts that are significantly controlled by nonresident aliens from acquiring certain residential property in the State, except as otherwise provided by law. Effective 12/31/50. (SD1)

 

WTL, JDC

He hālāwai hooholo manao wale nō, aohe ōlelo hōike hai waha e ae ia.

Decision making meeting only, no oral testimony will be accepted.

 

O nā kānaka i makemake e waiho mai i ōlelo hōike i kikokiko/kākau ia, hiki nō a hiki i 24 hola ma mua o ka hoomaka ana o ka hālāwai hooholo manao.

Persons wishing to submit written testimony may do so up to 24 hours prior to the hearing.

 

E waiho mai i kāu ōlelo hōike no ke Kōmike Hookolokolo ma o ke kaomi ana ma anei.

Click here to submit testimony to the Senate Committee on Judiciary.

 

No Nā Papa Ōlelo Hoolaha I Hoololi Ia: Kahawaena ia nā mea i kāpae ia a kahalalo ia nā mea i pākui ia. Kahawaena ia me ke kahalalo pū ia nā mea i kāpae ia mai ka papa kumumanao.

FOR AMENDED NOTICES: Measures that have been deleted are stricken through and measures that have been added are underscored. If a measure is both underscored and stricken through, that measure has been deleted from the agenda.

 

Inā pono ka mahele ōlelo, a i ole kekahi mau mea lawelawe ē ae no ke komo ana i nā hanana ma ka aha hoolohe, e hai mai i ke kākau ōlelo kōmike he 24 hola ma ka liilii loa ma mua o ka aha hoolohe i mea e hiki ai ke hoomākaukau pono.

If you require auxiliary aids or services to participate in the public hearing process (i.e. ASL or foreign language interpreter, or wheelchair accessibility), please contact the committee clerk at least 24 hours prior to the hearing so that arrangements can be made.

 

No Ka Ike Ē Ae, E Kelepona Aku I Ke Kākau Ōlelo Kōmike Ma (808) 587-7211.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL THE COMMITTEE CLERK AT (808) 587-7211.

 

 

 

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Kenekoa/Senator Karl Rhoads

Luna Hoomalu/Chair