Hawaii Representative Takashi Ohno [D]

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HIHB1842IntroDiverts non-violent petty misdemeanants living with mental illness from the criminal justice system to the appropriate community treatment.
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1864IntroAmends the definition of renewable portfolio standard to be a percentage of electrical energy generation, rather than sales. Amends the renewable portfolio standard interim goals for 2030 and 2040 to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy.
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1852IntroAmends and expands the purpose of the $50,000,000 energy financing revolving sub-fund for state agencies and also includes the electrification of fleet vehicles.
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1861IntroExtends the sunset date for the Coffee Berry Borer Pesticide Subsidy Program until June 30, 2025, for the purchase of pesticides containing Beauveria bassiana to combat the coffee berry borer. Extends the program manager position to June 30, 2026. Ap...
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1862IntroProhibits DLNR from establishing or implementing bag limits for game mammals in public hunting areas.
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1859IntroEstablishes a 3-year Department of Health pilot project to demonstrate new toilet and sewage treatment technologies and to expedite demonstration projects. Appropriates funds. Repeals on 6/30/2022.
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1851IntroCommencing January 1, 2022, prohibits the issuance of building permits for new multi-unit dwellings that do not include grid-interactive water heater systems. Requires the PUC to establish standards for the system.
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1846IntroRequires an energy audit for all state facilities by July 1, 2021, and begin to address the audit results by January 1, 2022. Requires a report of the results of the audit to the legislature. Beginning July 1, 2020, requires the design of new state b...
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1849IntroAppropriates funds for one full-time equivalent (1.0 FTE) extension agent position for the Hawaii Ant Lab West Hawaii Office.
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1848IntroRequires new developments to plan for the impacts of projected sea level rise and restricts development in areas significantly affected by projected sea level rise. Amends policies and objectives related to coastal zone management to reduce residenti...
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1858IntroRequires the Sea Grant College Program, with the Department of Health, to develop and conduct a two-year comprehensive statewide outreach program that provides science-based information and understanding of sewage contamination sources in nearshore m...
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1850IntroAllows the chief energy officer to contract with Hawaii not-for-profit entities to administer expenditures from the energy security special fund for the purposes set forth in section 201-12.8, HRS. Increases the allocation from the state environmenta...
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1860IntroAdds the chemicals homosalate, octocrylene, and octisalate to the sale and distribution sunscreen ban beginning on 1/1/2021. Allows the Department of Health to adopt rules to add additional harmful chemicals to the sale and distribution ban.
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1845IntroAppropriates funds for the electric vehicles charging systems rebate program.
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2020-01-17
Introduced and Pass First Reading.
HIHB1867N/AAmends the total amount of hours per week an individual must be employed to be a qualified caregiver under the kupuna caregivers program from thirty to twenty. Appropriates funds for the proper implementation of the kupuna caregivers program.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1874N/ALowers the age of crimes against seniors to sixty years of age, and makes certain criminal offenses against seniors applicable regardless of the perpetrator's knowledge of the victim's age.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1869N/AAmends the definitions of "certificate of disability" and "person with a disability" to allow a person with a disability that does not limit or impair the ability to walk and needs special accommodations to enter and exit their vehicle to be issued a...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1865N/ARequires the department of health to establish an Alzheimer's disease and related dementia training program for care workers whose work involves extensive contact with participants or residents. Specifies training curriculum and continuing education ...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1866N/AAppropriates funds for the healthy aging partnership program to further the program's role in improving the health and well-being of Hawaii's kupuna.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1873N/AEstablishes an outreach program in the department of health to inform physicians and appropriate non-physician practitioners participating in medicare that comprehensive care planning services for those with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias ...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1872N/AAppropriates funds to the office of the long-term care ombudsman for six full-time (6.0 FTE) ombudsman specialist positions; two each on Oahu and Hawaii and one each on Kauai and Maui.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1871N/ARequires the executive office on Aging to report the assessment of progress toward the reported goals and state recommendations going forward; appropriate funds for one fiscal year to the executive office on aging.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1868N/ALowers the age a person can be exempt from jury duty from eighty years of age or older to seventy-five years of age or older.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1870N/ARequires the thirty-day lapse or termination notices for long-term care policies to be sent by certified mail or commercial delivery service, or other method of delivery requiring proof of delivery.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1932N/AAuthorizes the counties to reclassify lands 15 to 100 acres in certain rural, urban, and agricultural districts in which at least 50 percent of the housing units on the land sought to be reclassified are set aside for persons and families with income...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1998N/AAuthorizes forfeiture of certain ERS benefits, pursuant to court order, for state or county employees and designated beneficiaries who are convicted of an employment-related felony.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2020N/ARequires the state procurement office to establish a past performance database. Requires that the determination of certain contract awards through the procurement process consider a contractor's past performance. Appropriates funds.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1957N/AIncreases the adjusted gross income eligibility cap for the income tax credit for low-income household renters from $30,000 to $50,000. Increases the amount used for calculating the credit from $50 to $200.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1911N/AEstablishes an income tax credit for the conversion of gasoline-powered buses to hydrogen-powered buses or the purchase of new hydrogen-powered buses.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1933N/ARepeals the state building code council. Takes effect on 1/1/2021.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2024N/AExpands 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.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1915N/AEstablishes within the Department of Education a Workforce Readiness Program to provide opportunities for students to earn associate degrees, workforce development diplomas, pre-apprenticeship certificates, and other industry-recognized certificates....
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1958N/AAmends the income tax credit for expenses for household and dependent care services necessary for gainful employment by changing the taxpayer's applicable percentage of employmentrelated expenses that constitutes the tax credit and cap amount.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2019N/ARequires public contractors to post a post-performance bond to cover the State's costs of curing construction defects discovered within 10 years after the completion of the contract. Requires the contractor to fully pay for the bond prior to the comp...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2022N/AAuthorizes expenditures from the mental health and substance abuse special fund to be used for certain capital improvement projects. Limits the expenditures for capital improvement projects at 15% of total expenditures from the special fund and 15% o...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2023N/AProvides Hawaii residents with the option of paying for the registration of their motor vehicles and associated taxes and fees on a biannual basis. Restricts the amount of delinquency tax due to the current tax due plus one year. Removes language all...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1927N/AProhibits the governor and each county mayor, while holding those offices, to maintain any other employment or receive any emolument, beginning on the sixty-first calendar day after their election or appointment to office. Specifies that the county e...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1997N/ARequires cable operators to provide cable service to residences in their service area where there is a minimum density of at least twenty-five homes per linear mile with certain exceptions. Amends the factors the director of commerce and consumer aff...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2021N/AClarifies that the Department of Education may construct teachers' housing on a public school campus. Requires that teachers' housing units constructed or acquired on a school campus after 6/30/2020, be rented at a low cost or no cost to new teachers...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB1996N/ARequires the BOE to include evaluation of the Strive HI Performance System factors as a component of the superintendent of education's annual performance evaluation. Requires improvements in at least one-half of those factors for any salary increase ...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2109N/AIncreases certain penalties for the crimes of assault, burglary, criminal property damage, and theft by one grade.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2043N/AAllows an unlicensed mental health professional, working under the supervision of a licensed mental health professional, to provide mental health treatments or counseling services to minors without parental or legal guardian consent, knowledge, or pa...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2050N/AClarifies that the effective period of a protective order, temporary restraining order, or injunction restraining any party from contacting, threatening, or physically abusing a minor may extend to a date after the minor has reached 18 years of age.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2075N/AIncreases the annual rolling cap for the Motion Picture, Digital media and Film Production Income Tax Credit.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2094N/AEstablishes an early childhood educator stipend program to be administered by the Executive Office on Early Learning to address the shortage of qualified early childhood educators in Hawaii. Appropriates funds.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2051N/AProvides a classroom supplies income tax credit for qualified teachers. Repeals the tax credit on 12/31/2025.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2049N/ADirects public school teachers to confiscate electronic cigarettes or electronic cigarette products. Requires public schools to coordinate with the appropriate county police departments for the proper disposal of confiscated electronic cigarettes or ...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2091N/AAdds the University of Hawaii to the list of agencies authorized to conduct criminal history record checks on current or prospective employees, and contractors and their employees, whose duties include ensuring security of campus facilities and perso...
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2138N/AIncreases the aggregate cap amount of the tax credit for research activities from $5,000,000 to $25,000,000. Applies to taxable years beginning after 12/31/2020.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
HIHB2088N/AEstablishes a working group to create a state plan to make FAFSA completion a statewide graduation requirement and an opt-out waiver for FAFSA completion by the 2022-2023 school year. Appropriates funds.
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2020-01-17
Pending introduction.
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