Hawaii Representative Gregg Takayama [D]

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HIHB72EngrossEstablishes a framework for the regulation of electric foot scooters by the State and counties. Amends definitions of "moped" to exclude electric foot scooters. Retains personal injury protection benefits for any individual sustaining injuries while ...
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2021-03-05
Passed First Reading.
HIHB33IntroAmends the terms and composition of members of the information technology steering committee. Requires the chief information officer to present an annual report to the information technology steering committee for public comment prior to submitting t...
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2021-03-05
Reported from FIN (Stand. Com. Rep. No. 911), recommending passage on Third Reading.
HIHB80IntroClarifies when and how members or partners of a taxpayer may claim the low-income housing tax credit. Requires a Form 8609 for purposes of claiming the tax credit. Specifies the application of tax provisions with respect to buildings or projects plac...
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2021-03-05
Reported from FIN (Stand. Com. Rep. No. 927), recommending passage on Third Reading.
HIHB31EngrossRaises the maximum age of minors for which safe storage of firearms is required from sixteen to eighteen years.
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2021-03-05
Passed Third Reading with Representative(s) D. Kobayashi, Okimoto voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) Aquino, Cullen, DeCoite, Eli, Har, Kong, McDermott, Tokioka, Ward, Yamane voting no (10) and Representative(s) McKelvey excused (1). Transmitted to Senate.
HIHB77EngrossExempts the sale of the leased fee interest in certain affordable leasehold developments by the HHFDC from legislative approval. Effective 7/1/2050. (HD1)
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2021-03-05
Passed First Reading.
HIHB79EngrossEstablishes an affordable homeownership revolving fund within HHFDC to provide loans to nonprofit community development financial institutions and nonprofit housing development organizations for the development of affordable homeownership housing pro...
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2021-03-05
Passed First Reading.
HIHB125IntroEstablishes The Uniform Employee and Student Online Privacy Protection Act that adopts uniform laws on protecting the online accounts of employees, prospective employees, unpaid interns, applicants, students, and prospective students from employers a...
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2021-03-05
Reported from CPC (Stand. Com. Rep. No. 847), recommending passage on Third Reading.
HIHB243EngrossRequires each executive branch department to: identify existing and planned facilities that are vulnerable to sea level rise, flooding impacts, and natural hazards; assess options for mitigation impacts of sea level rise to existing and planned facil...
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2021-03-05
Passed First Reading.
HIHB282EngrossExpands the circumstances where a minor may consent to no cost emergency shelter and related services to include cases where the provider is coordinating with child welfare services. Effective 7/1/2060. (HD1)
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2021-03-05
Passed Third Reading with none voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) McDermott voting no (1) and Representative(s) McKelvey excused (1). Transmitted to Senate.
HIHB286EngrossAuthorizes the department of taxation to require real estate investment trusts to notify the department of its presence within the State and to report the assets and revenues generated annually. Effective 7/1/2050. (HD1)
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2021-03-05
Passed First Reading.
HIHB321IntroRepeals the allocation of excess transient accommodations tax revenues to the Turtle Bay conservation easement special fund, for development and implementation of initiatives to take advantage of expanded visa programs and increased travel opportunit...
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2021-03-05
Reported from FIN (Stand. Com. Rep. No. 957), recommending passage on Third Reading.
HIHB490IntroLowers the age at which enhanced penalties apply for crimes against seniors from sixty-two years of age to sixty years of age. Makes commission of certain criminal offenses against a senior's person or property applicable if the perpetrator knows or ...
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2021-03-05
Forty-eight (48) hours notice Tuesday, 03-09-21.
HIHB552EngrossEstablishes clean ground transportation goals for state agencies on a staggered basis until achieving a one hundred per cent light-duty motor vehicle clean fleet by 12/31/2035. Requires all agencies purchasing or leasing medium- and heavy-duty motor ...
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2021-03-05
Passed First Reading.
HIHB608IntroRequires the board of education to hold no less than six community forums annually, with at least one forum in each county. Requires the board to include an open forum for public comments on non-agenda items. Requires a report to the legislature on i...
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2021-03-05
Forty-eight (48) hours notice Tuesday, 03-09-21.
HIHB554IntroRequires sellers to disclose whether the real property lies within the sea level rise exposure area designated by the Hawaii climate change mitigation and adaptation commission or its successor. Effective 1/1/2050. (HD2)
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2021-03-05
Forty-eight (48) hours notice Tuesday, 03-09-21.
HIHB553IntroEstablishes an offense of knowingly capturing, entangling, or killing a shark in state marine waters, and provides penalties and fines. Provides certain exemptions. Requires the department of land and natural resources to establish rules to achieve c...
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2021-03-05
Forty-eight (48) hours notice Tuesday, 03-09-21.
HIHB570IntroExpands the time period by which a civil action for childhood sexual abuse may be initiated. Extends the period during which a victim of childhood sexual abuse may bring an otherwise time-barred action against the victim's abuser or a legal entity ha...
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2021-03-05
Reported from FIN (Stand. Com. Rep. No. 905), recommending passage on Third Reading.
HIHB550EngrossRequires and establishes deadlines for state facilities, except smaller facilities and facilities at Aloha Stadium, to implement cost-effective energy efficiency measures. Directs the Hawaii state energy office to collect utility bill and energy usag...
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2021-03-05
Passed First Reading.
HIHB498EngrossAuthorizes the department of land and natural resources to use in-lieu fee mitigation to restore, create, enhance, or preserve aquatic habitats or resources as compensatory mitigation. Effective 7/1/3021. (HD1)
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2021-03-05
Passed First Reading.
HIHB508EngrossIncreases the fines associated with the illegal use of consumer fireworks and display fireworks, articles pyrotechnic, and aerial devices outside of the times permitted by law. Effective 1/1/2050. (HD1)
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2021-03-05
Passed First Reading.
HIHB546IntroAmends the composition of the early learning board to make a representative from Aha Punana Leo a standing member. Sunsets on 6/30/2031. Effective 7/1/2050. (HD2)
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2021-03-05
Forty-eight (48) hours notice Tuesday, 03-09-21.
HIHB606EngrossAuthorizes the issuance of general obligation bonds with the funds to be deposited into the dwelling unit revolving fund and the rental housing revolving fund. Effective 7/1/2050. (HD1)
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2021-03-05
Passed First Reading.
HIHB718EngrossRequires the department of human services to compile information regarding employers having employees who receive public assistance and to submit an annual report to the legislature on the 50 employers with the highest number of employees receiving p...
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2021-03-05
Passed Third Reading with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) McKelvey excused (1). Transmitted to Senate.
HIHB784EngrossClarifies that when trespass involves public land, all law enforcement officers shall enforce trespass laws, without regard to whether the land is owned by the State or by a county.
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2021-03-05
Passed Third Reading with none voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) Eli, Kapela, Perruso voting no (3) and Representative(s) McKelvey excused (1). Transmitted to Senate.
HIHB753IntroExcludes housing developed by the department of Hawaiian home lands from school impact fees. Effective 1/1/2050. (HD1)
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2021-03-05
Reported from FIN (Stand. Com. Rep. No. 945), recommending passage on Third Reading.
HIHB834EngrossRequires the department of land and natural resources, in collaboration with the county of Hawaii, to conduct site surveys to identify the most suitable locations for black cinder cone quarries on the island of Hawaii. Requires a report to the legisl...
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2021-03-05
Passed First Reading.
HIHB835IntroAppropriates funds to support the ongoing operations of the Hawaii national guard youth challenge program. Effective 7/1/3050. (HD2)
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2021-03-05
Forty-eight (48) hours notice Tuesday, 03-09-21.
HIHB1078EngrossRequires the department of education to develop a plan to transition the Hawaii School for the Deaf and Blind to a conversion charter school. Requires a conversion charter school to enroll a student if the student's individualized education program p...
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2021-03-05
Passed Third Reading with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) McKelvey excused (1). Transmitted to Senate.
HIHB1086EngrossProvides 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 ...
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2021-03-05
Passed Third Reading with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) McKelvey excused (1). Transmitted to Senate.
HIHB1253IntroProhibits employers, with certain exemptions, from requiring employees to download mobile applications to the employees' personal communication devices, terminating or otherwise discriminating against employees for refusing to download mobile applica...
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2021-03-05
Forty-eight (48) hours notice Tuesday, 03-09-21.
HIHB1377IntroCreates an electronic citation program under the judiciary and establishes an electronic citation surcharge. Repeals on 6/30/26. (HD1)
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2021-03-05
Forty-eight (48) hours notice Tuesday, 03-09-21.
HIHB1362IntroEstablishes the Hawaii early childhood educator stipend program to address shortage of early childhood education educators. Extends certain effective dates for implementation of Act 46, SLH 2020. Requires the application of a uniform assessment for p...
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2021-03-05
Reported from FIN (Stand. Com. Rep. No. 919), recommending passage on Third Reading.
HIHB1376IntroExtends the period for a notice of summary possession from five days to fifteen. Requires landlords to enter into mediation and delays when a landlord may seek possession of a dwelling unit if the tenant schedules or attempts to schedule mediation. R...
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2021-03-05
Forty-eight (48) hours notice Tuesday, 03-09-21.
HIHB311EngrossExtends the nursing facility sustainability program to 2024. Allows the nursing facility sustainability fee to be used to enhance capitated rates for the purpose of paying quality incentives. Allows nursing facilities sixty days to pay the nursing fa...
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2021-03-04
To Senate Human Services Committee
HIHB782IntroAllows a person who: is married to an active duty member in the National Guard, military reserves, or armed forces; accompanies his or her spouse on a permanent change of station to Hawaii; and holds a current, unencumbered license in another jurisdi...
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2021-02-25
To House Consumer Protection & Commerce Committee
HIHCR46IntroRequesting The Department Of Human Services To Study The Feasibility Of Increasing The Medicaid Reimbursement Payment Rate For Hawaii's Community Care Foster Family Homes And Expanded Adult Residential Care Homes For Medicaid Recipients.
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2021-02-24
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HIHR37IntroRequesting The Department Of Human Services To Study The Feasibility Of Increasing The Medicaid Reimbursement Payment Rate For Hawaii's Community Care Foster Family Homes And Expanded Adult Residential Care Homes For Medicaid Recipients.
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2021-02-24
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HIHB75IntroAllows an organization to qualify for grants under chapter 42F, Hawaii Revised Statutes, if the organization is registered with the department of commerce and consumer affairs and in possession of a valid certificate of vendor compliance issued by th...
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2021-02-19
To House Finance Committee
HIHB32IntroProhibits the manufacture for sale, sale, offer for sale, display for sale, trade, or distribution of certain animal fur products in the State. (HD1)
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2021-02-19
To House Finance Committee
HIHB236IntroExtends the sunset date for the coffee berry borer pesticide subsidy program and the program manager position, including the position's civil service and collective bargaining laws exemption, to 06/30/2024. Provides that no single coffee grower shall...
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2021-02-19
To House Finance Committee
HIHB227IntroClarifies the group of professionals who are prohibited from knowingly referring or transferring patients to an uncertified or unlicensed care facility. Repeals the landlord exclusion. Requires the department of health to prioritize complaint allegat...
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2021-02-19
To House Finance Committee
HIHB838IntroClarifies the meaning of "program or activity receiving state financial assistance". Excludes cases within the scope of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act from the jurisdiction of the Hawaii civil rights commission. (HD1)
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2021-02-19
To House Finance Committee
HIHB611IntroEstablishes maintenance of effort provisions for free education. Establishes a public education stabilization trust fund. Appropriates funds. Effective 7/1/2050. (HD1)
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2021-02-18
To House Finance Committee
HIHB612IntroRequires the superintendent of education, or the superintendent's designee, to serve as the summer learning coordinator and coordinate all summer programs for children. Requires the summer learning coordinator to work with the department of human ser...
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2021-02-18
To House Finance Committee
HIHB609IntroAuthorizes supplemental categorical funding for remote schools. Appropriates funds. Effective 7/1/2050. (HD1)
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2021-02-18
To House Finance Committee
HIHB1222IntroRequires public and charter schools to offer education in computer science. Requires annual reports. Effective 7/1/2050. (HD1)
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2021-02-18
To House Finance Committee
HIHR21IntroUrging The University Of Hawaii System And Department Of Education To Include Training, Courses, And Curricula Related To The Mechanics, Repair, And Maintenance Of Electric Vehicles, Hydrogen Vehicles, And Other Alternative Fuel Vehicles In Their Pro...
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2021-02-18
To House Education Committee
HIHCR28IntroUrging The University Of Hawaii System And Department Of Education To Include Training, Courses, And Curricula Related To The Mechanics, Repair, And Maintenance Of Electric Vehicles, Hydrogen Vehicles, And Other Alternative Fuel Vehicles In Their Pro...
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2021-02-18
To House Education Committee
HIHR24IntroRequesting The Disability And Communication Access Board, In Collaboration With The Office Of Enterprise Technology Services, To Convene A Working Group On Accessible Government Documents.
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2021-02-18
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HIHCR32IntroUrging The Department Of Education To Develop And Implement A Program To Recruit And Employ Qualified Blind Persons To Serve As Orientation And Mobility Instructors And In Other Positions As Teachers Of Visually Impaired Students.
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2021-02-18
To House Education Committee
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