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HISB949IntroEstablishes the Oahu community correctional center site redevelopment working group to bring together state and county agencies, private entities, and the broader Kalihi community to examine how to best utilize the Oahu community correctional center ...
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2021-01-27
Introduced.
HISB961IntroRequires the department of health clean water branch to establish a working group and conduct a study on the feasibility of implementing pollution netting technology on the State's storm water drainage systems.
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2021-01-27
Introduced.
HISB513IntroIncreases the fireworks display permit fee from $110 to $150 and the fine for certain fireworks violations from $2,000 per violation to $5,000 per violation. Clarifies that each aerial device, display firework, or article pyrotechnic having a total w...
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2021-01-25
Passed First Reading.
HIHB621IntroEstablishes the Oahu community correctional center site redevelopment working group to bring together state and county agencies, private entities, and the broader Kalihi community to examine how to best utilize the Oahu community correctional center ...
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2021-01-25
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HISB628IntroCommences the transfer of the Oahu regional health care system in its entirety from the Hawaii health systems corporation to the department of health, beginning with the transfer of the Oahu regional health care system's budget and position count int...
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2021-01-25
Passed First Reading.
HIHB622IntroRequires the Hawaii technology development corporation to establish a blockchain working group to recommend a definition for blockchain technology and make recommendations for individuals, businesses, and state agencies to use blockchain technology a...
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2021-01-25
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB693N/AEstablishes legal personhood for Mauna Kea. Requires the board of land and natural resources and board of regents of the University of Hawaii to provide certain information prior to approving any use, activity, lease, license, permit, or easement on ...
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2021-01-25
Pending introduction.
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