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HISB2017Enroll
75%
Repeals existing law that limits licensure as an emergency medical technician 1 to individuals whose practice is performed in a county with a population of 500,000 or greater. (CD1)
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2022-05-06
Enrolled to Governor.
HISB449Engross
50%
Requires property owners of residential real property to disclose, as part of the mandatory seller disclosures in real estate transactions, whether the installed smoke alarm is in accordance with existing building or residential codes based on inform...
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2022-04-20
Received notice of appointment of House conferees (Hse. Com. No. 729).
HISB448Engross
50%
Repeals section 46-19.8, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and Act 53, Session Laws of Hawaii 2017, which prohibited the counties from adopting codes and regulations that would require the installation or retrofitting of residential fire sprinklers in one- an...
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2022-03-17
To House Consumer Protection & Commerce Committee
HIHB1481Intro
25%
Authorizes additional uses for moneys in the reduced ignition propensity cigarette program special fund to support the state fire council and its programs and activities. Appropriates funds. Effective 7/1/2060. (HD1)
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2022-02-15
To House Finance Committee
HIHB1477Intro
25%
Requires building and fire officials to provide applicants or applicant representatives with a copy of materials by the state fire council detailing the benefits of a residential fire sprinkler system. Requires owners to accept or reject the installa...
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2022-02-08
To House Consumer Protection & Commerce Committee
HISB2011Intro
25%
Requires sellers of residential buildings or structures to equip approved smoke alarms in accordance with current state or county building or residential codes.
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2022-02-08
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HIHB1483Intro
25%
Imposes a statewide limitation on the sale and use of consumer fireworks, except by permit for cultural events.
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2022-01-26
To House Consumer Protection & Commerce Committee
HIHB1484Intro
25%
Repeals section 453-34(d), HRS, which limits licensure as an emergency medical technician 1 to individuals whose practice is performed in a county with a population of 500,000 or greater.
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2022-01-26
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HIHB1476Intro
25%
Establishes a tax credit of 30% of the actual cost, including installation, water and permitting fees, and related charges, of an automatic fire sprinkler system in any 1- or 2-family dwelling in a structure used only for residential purposes. Sunset...
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2022-01-26
To House Housing Committee
HIHB1482Intro
25%
Shortens the prohibition on county requirements for automatic sprinklers or sprinkler systems in 1- and 2-family detached dwelling units and non-residential agricultural and aquacultural structures located outside urban areas.
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2022-01-26
To House Consumer Protection & Commerce Committee
HIHB1479Intro
25%
Provides the State Fire Council additional flexibility in employing personnel to administer the reduced ignition propensity cigarette program.
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2022-01-26
To House Consumer Protection & Commerce Committee
HIHB1480Intro
25%
Authorizes additional uses of moneys in the reduced ignition propensity cigarette program special fund to support the State Fire Council and its programs and activities.
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2022-01-26
To House Health, Human Services, & Homelessness Committee
HISB2013Intro
25%
Authorizes additional uses of moneys in the reduced ignition propensity cigarette program special fund to support the State Fire Council and its programs and activities.
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2022-01-20
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HISB2015Intro
25%
Shortens the prohibition on county requirements for automatic sprinklers or sprinkler systems in 1- and 2-family detached dwelling units and non-residential agricultural and aquacultural structures located outside urban areas.
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2022-01-20
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HISB2014Intro
25%
Authorizes additional uses for moneys in the reduced ignition propensity cigarette program special fund to support the State Fire Council and its programs and activities. Appropriates moneys.
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2022-01-20
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HISB2009Intro
25%
Establishes a tax credit of 30% of the actual cost, including installation, water and permitting fees, and related charges, of an automatic fire sprinkler system in any 1- or 2-family dwelling in a structure used only for residential purposes. Sunset...
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2022-01-20
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HISB2016Intro
25%
Imposes a statewide limitation on the sale and use of consumer fireworks, except by permit for cultural events.
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2022-01-20
To Senate Labor, Culture and the Arts Committee
HISB2012Intro
25%
Provides the State Fire Council additional flexibility in employing personnel to administer the reduced ignition propensity cigarette program.
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2022-01-20
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HISB2010Intro
25%
Requires builders to provide written cost estimates for residential fire sprinklers to potential buyers of all new one- and two-family dwellings. The state fire council shall provide written information on the benefits of a sprinkler system.
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2022-01-20
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HIHB210Intro
25%
Permits the use of the reduced ignition propensity cigarette certification fees to support the State Fire Council and its programs and activities. Effective 7/1/2060. (HD1)
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2021-12-10
To House Finance Committee
HIHB211Intro
25%
Provides a tuition waiver from the University of Hawaii and its associated community colleges for the surviving spouse and dependent children of a fire fighter who dies in the line of duty or who is permanently and totally disabled as a direct result...
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2021-12-10
To House Higher Education & Technology Committee
HISB447Intro
25%
Establishes a tax credit of 30% of the actual cost, including installation, water meter, and permitting fees, of an automatic fire sprinkler system in any one- or two-family dwelling in a structure used only for residential purposes. Sunsets on 6/30/...
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2021-12-10
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HIHB214Intro
25%
Allows emergency medical personnel who successfully complete National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians certification to be qualified to perform emergency medical services as emergency medical technicians. Effective 7/1/2060. (HD1)
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2021-12-10
To House Consumer Protection & Commerce Committee
HIHB207Intro
25%
Repeals section 46-19.8, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and Act 53, Session Laws of Hawaii 2017, which prohibited the counties from adopting codes and regulations that would require the installation or retrofitting of residential fire sprinklers in one- an...
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2021-12-10
To House Consumer Protection & Commerce Committee
HIHB209Intro
25%
Provides flexibility in employing personnel to administer the reduced ignition propensity cigarette program.
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2021-12-10
To House Labor & Tourism Committee
HISB451Intro
25%
Permits the use of the reduced ignition propensity cigarette certification fees to support the State Fire Council and its programs and activities.
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2021-12-10
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HIHB206Intro
25%
Establishes a tax credit of 30% of the actual cost, including installation, water meter, and permitting fees, of an automatic fire sprinkler system in any one- or two-family dwelling in a structure used only for residential purposes. Sunsets on 6/30/...
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2021-12-10
To House Housing Committee
HISB450Intro
25%
Provides flexibility in employing personnel to administer the reduced ignition propensity cigarette program.
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2021-12-10
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HISB454Intro
25%
Imposes a statewide limitation on consumer fireworks, except by permit for cultural events.
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2021-12-10
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HISB453Intro
25%
Requires builders to provide cost estimates for residential fire sprinklers to potential buyers of all new one- and two-family dwellings. The state fire council shall provide written information on the benefits of a sprinkler system.
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2021-12-10
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HIHB208Intro
25%
Requires sellers of residential buildings or structures to provide approved smoke alarms in accordance with current state or county building or residential codes. Effective 7/1/2050. (HD1)
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2021-12-10
To House Consumer Protection & Commerce Committee
HISB452Intro
25%
Provides a tuition waiver from the University of Hawaii and its associated community colleges for the surviving spouse and dependent children of a fire fighter who dies in the line of duty or who is permanently and totally disabled as a direct result...
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2021-12-10
To Senate Higher Education Committee
HISB455Intro
25%
Certification of Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) to include personnel with proper certifications, to be deemed qualified to perform emergency medical services as EMTs in the State.
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2021-12-10
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HIHB212Intro
25%
Requires builders to provide cost estimates for residential fire sprinklers to potential buyers of all new one- and two-family dwellings. The state fire council shall provide written information on the benefits of a sprinkler system.
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2021-12-10
To House Housing Committee
HIHB213Intro
25%
Imposes a statewide limitation on consumer fireworks, except by permit for cultural events.
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2021-12-10
To House Consumer Protection & Commerce Committee
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