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HISB566EnrollEstablishes the offense of unauthorized attachment of an object to a fence, gate, or wall, which is committed when a person knowingly attaches an object to a fence, gate, wall, or other structure or barrier without the owner's permission. (CD1)
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2020-06-22
Received notice of discharge of all House conferees (Hse. Com. No. 363).
HISB2051EngrossIncreases the maximum civil penalty for littering from $500 to $1,000. Increases the maximum fine for the offense of criminal littering from $1,000 to $5,000.
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2020-05-11
To House Finance Committee
HISB2156EngrossAmends the offense of theft in the second degree to include theft of property commonly used to store items of personal or monetary value, including any purse, handbag, or wallet.
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2020-03-16
To House Judiciary Committee
HISB2742EngrossEstablishes the offense of theft of catalytic converter as a class C felony. Defines "catalytic converter." Requires scrap dealers to follow the same requirements regarding a written statement for the purchase of palladium, platinum, rhodium, and a s...
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2020-03-16
To House Judiciary Committee
HISB2633EngrossEstablishes the offense of unauthorized attachment of an object to a fence, gate, wall, or other structure, which is committed when a person knowingly attaches an object to a fence, gate, wall, or other structure or barrier without the owner's permis...
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2020-03-16
To House Judiciary Committee
HIHB2069EngrossRestricts asset forfeiture to cases involving the commission of a covered criminal misdemeanor or felony offense. Requires seized property to be forfeited only when the property owner has been convicted of an underlying covered criminal misdemeanor o...
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2020-03-16
The hearing on this measure has been cancelled until further notice.
HIHB2220EngrossEstablishes the offense of financial exploitation of an elder and provides enhanced penalties. Amends mandatory reporting requirements for suspected financial abuse of an elder. Requires DHS to share records with the appropriate county police departm...
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2020-03-16
The hearing on this measure has been cancelled until further notice.
HIHB2474EngrossAmends the definition of "emergency worker" in the Penal Code to include communications dispatchers. Takes effect on 7/1/2050. (HD1)
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2020-03-16
The hearing on this measure has been cancelled until further notice.
HIHB2607EngrossEstablishes the offense of urinating or defecating in a public place within business districts. Takes effect on 7/1/2050. (HD1)
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2020-03-10
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HISB531EngrossMakes financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult by a caregiver a Class A felony. Takes effect 9/1/2020. (SD2)
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2020-03-09
To House Human Services & Homelessness Committee
HISB2718EngrossAmends the Penal Code to establish the crime of sexual assault of an animal. Provides that the sexual assault of an animal is a class C felony or a class B felony if the offense subjects a minor to sexual contact with an animal or is committed in the...
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2020-03-09
To House Agriculture Committee
HISB2515EngrossEstablishes the criminal offense of trespassing on critical electrical infrastructure property. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2)
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2020-03-09
To House Energy & Environmental Protection Committee
HIHB676EngrossClassifies assault against health care security professionals as felony assault in the second degree. Effective 7/1/2050. (HD2)
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2020-03-05
To Senate Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Health Committee
HISB3000IntroAmends the definition of "emergency worker" in the Penal Code to include communications dispatchers.
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2020-02-27
The committee on JDC deferred the measure.
HIHB1738IntroAmends the offense of theft in the second degree to include theft of property commonly used to store items of personal or monetary value, including any purse, handbag, or wallet.
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2020-02-13
To House Judiciary Committee
HIHB2122IntroImposes a criminal penalty on any parent, guardian, or person having custody or control of a minor that offers or agrees for consideration for the purpose of another person having sexual conduct with the minor. Imposes a criminal penalty on any perso...
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2020-02-13
To House Judiciary Committee
HIHB2481IntroIncreases the maximum civil fine for littering on a public highway from $500 to $1,000. Increases the maximum civil penalty for violations of litter control from $500 to $1,000. Increases the criminal fine for the offense of criminal littering from $...
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2020-02-13
To House Judiciary Committee
HISB2949IntroAuthorizes a civil cause of action by a vulnerable adult for financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult. Allows attorney's fees and costs and punitive damages. Establishes degrees and classes of felonies for financial exploitation of an elderly per...
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2020-02-11
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HIHB2574IntroImposes a 1% crime prevention reward fee on all persons required to pay a fine for a penal offense. Establishes the crime prevention reward special fund to compensate individuals for the truthful reporting of penal offenses. Establishes the crime pre...
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2020-01-27
To House Judiciary Committee
HISB2524IntroRepeals mandatory minimum periods of imprisonment for certain offenses or under certain circumstances.
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2020-01-23
To Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee
HIHB1618IntroAmends the Penal Code to establish the crime of sexual assault of an animal. Provides that the sexual assault of an animal is a class C felony or a class B felony if the offense subjects a minor to sexual contact with an animal or is committed in the...
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2020-01-21
To House Agriculture Committee
HISB539IntroMakes intentionally or knowingly causing bodily injury to certain health care facility workers a Class C felony.
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2019-12-01
To Senate Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Health Committee
HIHB569IntroIncreases the maximum civil penalty for littering from $500 to $1,000. Increases the maximum fine for the offense of criminal littering from $1,000 to $5,000.
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2019-12-01
To House Energy & Environmental Protection Committee
HISB1434IntroEstablishes the class B felony offense of prohibited acts related to female genital mutilation. Requires prosecuting attorneys of the respective counties to keep annual statistics on cases involving prohibited acts related to female genital mutilatio...
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2019-12-01
To Senate Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Health Committee
HIHB1519IntroClarifies the definition of "advances prostitution" to apply to abusive or harmful behavior.
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2019-12-01
To House Public Safety, Veterans, & Military Affairs Committee
HIHB24IntroEstablishes the criminal offense of sexual assault of an animal. Provides for impoundment and forfeiture of a sexually assaulted animal.
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2019-12-01
To House Agriculture Committee
HISB58IntroRelating To The Penal Code. Short form bill.
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2019-12-01
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HISB616IntroAuthorizes financial institutions that are depository institutions to conduct savings promotion contests in which its account holders are contestants.
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2019-12-01
To Senate Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Health Committee
HIHB1246EngrossSpecifies that for purposes of making a complaint for criminal trespass in the second degree on commercial premises, evidence of a prior reasonable warning or request to leave the premises may be evidenced by a copy of the previously issued written w...
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2019-12-01
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HISB120IntroCreates a statutory right of victims and witnesses of sexual offenses under part V of chapter 707, HRS, to a speedy trial in criminal cases involving adult defendants. (SD1)
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2019-12-01
To Senate Ways and Means Committee
HIHB1155IntroAmends the offense of unsworn falsification to authorities to include knowingly making a false statement, in oral, written, printed, or electronic form, to a public servant engaged in criminal, civil, or administrative enforcement activity pursuant t...
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2019-12-01
To House Judiciary Committee
HIHB691IntroMakes financial exploitation of an elder by a caregiver a Class A felony.
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2019-12-01
To House Human Services & Homelessness Committee
HISB747IntroAdds knowingly making a false statement to a county inspector a crime within the offense of unsworn falsification to authorities.
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2019-12-01
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HIHB132EngrossEstablishes the class B felony offense of prohibited acts related to female genital mutilation. Includes commission of prohibited acts related to female genital mutilation in the statutory definition of child abuse or neglect and as a prohibited act ...
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2019-12-01
To Senate Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Health Committee
HISB481IntroProhibits civil asset forfeiture by reason of the commission of a covered offense, to the extent of the property owner's interest, unless the covered offense is a felony for which the property owner has been convicted. Prohibits the forfeiture of an ...
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2019-12-01
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HIHB598IntroAdds knowingly making a false statement to a county inspector a crime within the offense of unsworn falsification to authorities.
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2019-12-01
To House Judiciary Committee
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