Hawaii Legislature | 2017 | Regular Session

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Active Hawaii Bills (Introduced, Engrossed, Enrolled, Passed)

BillSummaryAction
HB1579Authorizes the issuance of revenue bonds pursuant to part III of chapter 39, HRS, and appropriates funds to the high technology development corporation for the purpose of constructing an electrolysis hydrogen production, storage, and dispensing facil...2017-03-24
SB272Appropriates funds to the University of Hawaii at Hilo for programs, studies, and activities related to the prevention and eradication of rat lungworm disease. (SB272 HD1)2017-03-24
Reported from HED (Stand. Com. Rep. No. 1245), recommending referral to FIN.
HB575Allows lessees of certain public land to relinquish a lease during the last ten years of the term of the lease, subject to certain conditions, and allows the lessee to bid on the new lease at public auction. Appropriates funds to DLNR. Effective 3/15...2017-03-24
HB427Establishes a Dark Night Skies Protection Advisory Committee to assist the University of Hawaii in developing a statewide dark night skies protection strategy. (SD1)2017-03-24
SB718Establishes a community court outreach project in the City and County of Honolulu, subject to the availability of funds and memoranda of agreements from the Judiciary, Prosecuting Attorney, and the Public Defender. Appropriates funds. (SB718 HD1)2017-03-24
HB76Appropriates funds for severance benefits for separated employees affected by Act 103, SLH 2015, as may be negotiated through collective bargaining supplemental agreements. Takes effect 1/7/2059. (SD1)2017-03-24
HB190Requires the Department of Education to authorize private flight schools that: (1) are physically present in the State; (2) are certified by the Federal Aviation Administration; (3) offer flight instructor certificates; (4) request authorization; and...2017-03-24
SB952Provides the Insurance Commissioner express prior approval authority over long-term care insurance rates. (SB952 HD1)2017-03-24
HB213Permits an employee to take family leave in order to care for the employee's sibling with a serious health condition or upon the death of an employee's child, spouse, reciprocal beneficiary, sibling, or parent. Specifies notice and certification requ...2017-03-24
SB1099Establishes a mark licensing agreement program within the Department of Education. Authorizes the Department to register trademarks and service marks for department programs and individual department schools and enter into licensing agreements for th...2017-03-24
Reported from CPC (Stand. Com. Rep. No. 1309), recommending referral to FIN.

Most Viewed Hawaii Bills

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HB1481Establishes a working group to study the uses of and determine best practices regarding blockchain technology. Effective 7/1/2038. (HD1)Bill Text
HB773Makes modifications to the Industrial Hemp Pilot Program by permitting submission of a license application at any time during the year in which the applicant plans to grow industrial hemp, amending physical facility requirements, and repealing the re...Bill Text
SB501Requires all limited service pregnancy centers to disclose the availability of and enrollment information for reproductive health services. Establishes privacy and disclosure requirements for individual records and information. Authorizes civil penal...Bill Text
SB1055Prohibits the sale of electronic smoking devices that contain nicotine.Bill Text
SB9Requires firearms owners to obtain firearms insurance. Requires DCCCA, with the assistance of DPS, to create a firearms insurance program. Creates special fund for administrative fees. Effective 1/1/2019.Bill Text
SB1286Clarifies the scope of the private trade, vocational, and technical school licensure program within the department of education. Establishes a licensing fee to ensure the sustainability of the licensure program. Establishes a license renewal process ...Bill Text
HB201Allows a terminally ill adult with the capacity to make an informed healthcare decision to request a prescription for aid in dying medication from their attending physician to facilitate a peaceful death. Ensures that physicians who assist patients i...Bill Text
SB677Establishes the Hawaii internet lottery and gaming corporation for the purpose of conducting internet gambling in Hawaii. Allocates proceeds to capital improvements at public schools and the University of Hawaii system, scholarships and educational l...Bill Text
HB552Ensures that benefits of the Affordable Care Act are preserved under state law in the case of repeal of the ACA by Congress. Preserves the individual mandate, minimum essential benefit requirements, extended dependent coverage, and prohibitions on pr...Bill Text
HB425Makes certain sections of the State Code of Ethics inapplicable to technology transfer activities sponsored by University of Hawaii if the activities comply with the regulatory framework and research compliance program approved by the Board of Regent...Bill Text

Most Monitored Hawaii Bills

BillSummaryText
SB11Protects homeless individuals from having their personal property taken from a state or county agency without proper documentation procedures and the ability to recovery property from the agency. Establishes the executive office on homeless identity ...Bill Text
HB83Requires the Hawaii interagency council on homelessness, in conjunction with and advisement of the department of human services and department of land and natural resources, to establish a working group to examine and develop recommendations related ...Bill Text
SB1286Clarifies the scope of the private trade, vocational, and technical school licensure program within the department of education. Establishes a licensing fee to ensure the sustainability of the licensure program. Establishes a license renewal process ...Bill Text
HB4Requires certain employers to provide a minimum amount of paid sick leave to employees to be used to care for themselves or a family member who is ill or needs medical care. Takes effect 1/7/2059. (SD1)Bill Text
HB1481Establishes a working group to study the uses of and determine best practices regarding blockchain technology. Effective 7/1/2038. (HD1)Bill Text
SB686Establishes an education surcharge on residential investment properties and visitor accommodations for the purpose of funding public education. Effective July 1, 2050. (SD2)Bill Text
HB552Ensures that benefits of the Affordable Care Act are preserved under state law in the case of repeal of the ACA by Congress. Preserves the individual mandate, minimum essential benefit requirements, extended dependent coverage, and prohibitions on pr...Bill Text
HB1298Prohibits tethers and certain other types of restraints that are known to endanger dogs or prevent dogs from receiving necessary sustenance. Specifies penalties.Bill Text
SB365Provides an investment income tax credit for energy storage property that receives, stores, and delivers energy. Requires DOTAX and DBEDT to submit annual reports to the legislature regarding the energy storage income tax credit. Requires DBEDT to co...Bill Text
SR3Urging Hawaii's Congressional Delegation To Propose And Pass A Proposed Amendment To The United States Constitution Clarifying That Corporations Are Not People With Constitutional Rights, And That Unlimited Campaign Spending Is Not Free Speech.Bill Text

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