Hawaii Legislature | 2019 | Regular Session | Adjourned Sine Die

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

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HB1032Establishes a state boating facility lease pilot program to allow the Board of Land and Natural Resources to lease Manele Small Boat Harbor in its entirety, and fast lands and submerged lands within it. (HB1032 CD1)2019-07-09
Vetoed on 07-09-19 - Returned from the Governor without approval (Gov. Msg. No. 1378).
HB748Prohibits civil asset forfeiture unless the covered offense is a felony for which the property owner has been convicted. Excludes the forfeiture proceedings for an animal pending criminal charges. Requires the Attorney General to deposit the net proc...2019-07-09
Vetoed on 07-09-19 - Returned from the Governor without approval (Gov. Msg. No. 1377).
HB1133Prohibits the issuance of more than 40 commercial use permits for any marine life conservation district not accessible by land and limits access by commercial use permittees to no more than 50 percent of permittees. Requires DLNR to immediately initi...2019-07-09
Vetoed on 07-09-19 - Returned from the Governor without approval (Gov. Msg. No. 1379).
SB301Disallows dividends paid deduction for real estate investment trusts. Applies to taxable years beginning after 12/31/2019. Sunsets 12/31/2023. (CD1)2019-07-09
Vetoed on 07-09-19 - Returned from the Governor without approval (Gov. Msg. No. 1382).
SB1292Requires hosting platforms that collect fees for booking services to register as tax collection agents and collect GET and TAT for transient accommodation bookings from operators and plan managers. Converts penalties for violation of TAT requirements...2019-07-09
Vetoed on 07-09-19 - Returned from the Governor without approval (Gov. Msg. No. 1383).
SB1423Permits defendants for whom a monetary amount of bail has been set to pay the bail amount seven-days-a-week on a 24-hour basis and be released from custody upon posting or payment of bail. (SB1423 HD1)2019-07-09
Vetoed on 07-09-19 - Returned from the Governor without approval (Gov. Msg. No. 1386).
SB1405Requires public school teachers and educators to confiscate electronic cigarettes from students under 21 years of age. Requires the Department of Health to establish a Safe Harbor Program by which persons under the age of 21 may dispose of electronic...2019-07-09
Vetoed on 07-09-19 - Returned from the Governor without approval (Gov. Msg. No. 1385).
SB1530Makes the conversion of the means of financing for the Hawaii Community Development Authority staff from the Hawaii community development revolving fund to the general fund contingent upon the Hawaii Community Development Authority developing and sub...2019-07-09
Vetoed on 07-09-19 - Returned from the Governor without approval (Gov. Msg. No. 1388).
HB323Classifies certain former military vehicles as special interest vehicles. Enables owners of former military vehicles to apply for registration. Makes conforming amendments. (HB323 CD1)2019-07-09
Vetoed on 07-09-19 - Returned from the Governor without approval (Gov. Msg. No. 1372).
HB407Requires board of education approval prior to the termination of a complex area superintendent. (HB407 CD1)2019-07-09
Vetoed on 07-09-19 - Returned from the Governor without approval (Gov. Msg. No. 1373).

Most Viewed Hawaii Bills

BillSummaryText
SB418Requires a business to: disclose the categories and specific pieces of identifying information collected about a consumer upon verifiable request from the consumer; disclose the identity of third parties to which the business has sold or transferred ...Bill Text
SB686Legalizes the personal use, possession, and sale of cannabis in a specified quantity. Authorizes medical cannabis dispensaries to sell non-medical cannabis for personal use beginning February 1, 2021. Subjects transactions for non-medical cannabis to...Bill Text
HB1383Provides for the expungement of criminal records pertaining solely to the possession of three grams or less of marijuana. Decriminalizes the possession of three grams or less of marijuana and establishes that the possession is a violation punishable ...Bill Text
SB1405Requires public school teachers and educators to confiscate electronic cigarettes from students under 21 years of age. Requires the Department of Health to establish a Safe Harbor Program by which persons under the age of 21 may dispose of electronic...Bill Text
SB823Requires insurers to clearly give consumers notice of the choice of whether to use an aftermarket part, if available, or an original equipment manufacturer part for motor vehicle body repair work. (SB823 HD2)Bill Text
SCR131Requesting Congress To Convene A Limited National Convention Under Article V Of The United States Constitution For The Exclusive Purpose Of Proposing An Amendment To The United States Constitution That Will Limit The Influence Of Money In The Elector...Bill Text
HB808Expands the existing prohibition on knowingly capturing or killing a manta ray in state marine waters to apply to all rays and to also include knowingly taking, possessing, abusing, or entangling a ray. Provides certain exemptions. (HB808 CD1)Bill Text
HB807Amends the misdemeanor offense of unsworn falsification to authorities to include knowingly making a false statement to a state investigator or county inspector in certain circumstances. (SD1)Bill Text
SB557Prohibits state and county law enforcement agencies from complying with federal immigration detainers or honoring requests for non-public information unless specifically required to do so by a warrant signed by a judge or provisions of federal, state...Bill Text
SB1033Establishes licensure of midwives. Temporarily exempts birth attendants and exempts Native Hawaiian healers from licensure requirements. Establishes task force. Appropriates funds. (SB1033 HD2)Bill Text

Most Monitored Hawaii Bills

BillSummaryText
SB418Requires a business to: disclose the categories and specific pieces of identifying information collected about a consumer upon verifiable request from the consumer; disclose the identity of third parties to which the business has sold or transferred ...Bill Text
SB686Legalizes the personal use, possession, and sale of cannabis in a specified quantity. Authorizes medical cannabis dispensaries to sell non-medical cannabis for personal use beginning February 1, 2021. Subjects transactions for non-medical cannabis to...Bill Text
HB1168Repeals the Oahu regional system board of HHSC.Bill Text
SB1124Requires a licensed psychiatrist or advanced practice registered nurse with prescriptive authority and psychiatric specialization to determine, prior to a person's discharge from a psychiatric facility, whether an assisted community treatment plan is...Bill Text
HB276Prohibits the sale of cigarettes, tobacco products, electronic smoking devices, or e-liquids that are in violation of federal FDA labeling requirements or that market toward children. Bans the sale of flavored tobacco products except for menthol or m...Bill Text
HB447Establishes the Molokini special fund. Authorizes the Department of Land and Natural Resources to require commercial operators who conduct activities within the Molokini shoal to charge a user fee for each customer. Appropriates funds.Bill Text
SB896Creates a state lottery division within the department of budget and finance with rulemaking authority to implement a state lottery limited to the Powerball and Mega Millions lottery games. Allocates lottery profits to education, homeless programs, a...Bill Text
HB1076Requires public meeting notices to include instructions on how to request an auxiliary aid or service or accommodation due to a disability. (HB1076 HD1)Bill Text
HB1509Progressively bans the sale of cigarettes by raising the minimum age of persons to whom cigarettes may be legally sold to 30 years of age in 2020, 40 years of age in 2021, 50 years of age in 2022, 60 years of age in 2023, and then 100 years of age in...Bill Text
HB1326Allows for ten consecutive one-year holdovers of water permits under section 171-58(c), HRS. Makes conforming amendments to the reporting requirement in Act 126 (2016). Extends the repeal and reenactment provision for Act 126 (2016) by seven years, f...Bill Text

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