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HIHB1959EngrossRequires a studio teacher to accompany, supervise, and advocate on behalf of a minor whenever the minor is on set and a variance from the work hour restrictions to allowable theatrical employment is granted, when employed for theatrical purposes. Req...
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2020-05-21
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HIHB2101EngrossRequires circuit courts to apply special sentencing considerations when sentencing a minor for a nonviolent offense. Allows the circuit courts, in their discretion, to impose a sentence up to fifty per cent shorter than the mandatory minimum or to de...
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2020-05-21
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HIHB2043EngrossAllows an unlicensed mental health professional, working under the supervision of a licensed mental health professional, to provide mental health treatment or counseling services to minors without parental or legal guardian consent, knowledge, or par...
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2020-05-12
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HISB2344EngrossExpands the provisions for a minor to consent to no-cost emergency shelter and related services to include requiring a provider to be licensed and in compliance with zoning and safety regulations. Requires DHS to make every effort to have a shelter f...
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2020-03-16
To House Judiciary Committee
HISB2439EngrossRequires health insurers, mutual benefit societies, and health maintenance organizations to provide coverage for the cost of auto-injectable epinephrine based on appropriate weight-based dosage for insured persons eighteen years of age or younger, be...
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2020-03-16
To House Consumer Protection & Commerce Committee
HISB2643EngrossIncludes coercion as a means of committing the offense of sex trafficking. Removes the criminal statute of limitations for sex trafficking and promoting prostitution. Specifies that sex trafficking of a minor is a strict liability offense. Repeals th...
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2020-03-16
To House Judiciary Committee
HISB2025EngrossPermits minors to consent to medical care related to the diagnosis or treatment of HIV or the prevention of HIV. Takes effect 8/1/2026. (SD2)
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2020-03-09
To House Judiciary Committee
HISB2346EngrossClarifies 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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2020-03-09
To House Human Services & Homelessness Committee
HISB2109EngrossRequires the court and the prosecution to take appropriate action to ensure a prompt trial to minimize the length of time a child sexual offense or child abuse victim must endure the proceedings. (SD1)
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2020-03-09
To House Human Services & Homelessness Committee
HIHB2050IntroClarifies that the effective period of a temporary restraining order, protective 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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2020-02-14
To House Finance Committee
HISB2277IntroAllows 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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2020-02-13
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HISB2001IntroRequires members of the clergy to report child abuse and neglect to the Department of Human Services or to the police. Specifies that the general rule of privilege under the Hawaii Rules of Evidence for confidential communications made to a member of...
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2020-02-12
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HISB2220IntroExpands 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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2020-02-07
To Senate Human Services Committee
HIHB2024IntroExpands 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. Takes effect 12/31/2059. (HD1)
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2020-02-05
To House Finance Committee
HIHB1692IntroRequires members of the clergy to report child abuse and neglect to the Department of Human Services or to the police. Specifies that the general rule of privilege under the Hawaii Rules of Evidence for confidential communications made to a member of...
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2020-02-03
To House Judiciary Committee
HISB2494IntroRequires an on-set teacher to accompany, supervise, and advocate on behalf of a minor whenever the minor is on set and a variance from the work hour restrictions to allowable theatrical employment is granted, when employed for theatrical purposes. De...
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2020-01-23
To Senate Labor, Culture and the Arts Committee
HIHB105IntroIncreases the minimum wage to an unspecified amount. Authorizes employers to pay minors an amount not less than 85% of the minimum wage for the first 90 days of employment.
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2019-12-01
To House Labor & Public Employment Committee
HISB230IntroProvides that a minor may consent to emergency shelter if a provider of no cost emergency shelter and services is coordinating with child welfare service.
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2019-12-01
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HIHB218EngrossGrants a circuit court, when sentencing a minor for a nonviolent criminal offense, the discretion to: (1) impose a sentence that includes a period of incarceration that is as much as fifty per cent shorter than any mandatory minimum; and (2) in certa...
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2019-12-01
Carried over to 2020 Regular Session.
HIHB904IntroProvides that a minor may consent to emergency shelter if a provider of no cost emergency shelter and services is coordinating with child welfare service.
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2019-12-01
To House Human Services & Homelessness Committee
HISB538IntroAuthorizes mental health professionals who are enrolled in an accredited training program or have completed all licensing requirements except for experience hours or the licensing examination, or both, and are under the supervision of a licensed ment...
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2019-12-01
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HISB1477IntroIncreases the minimum wage rate to $11.10 per hour beginning 01/01/20, $12.10 per hour beginning 01/01/21, $13.10 per hour beginning 01/01/22, $14.10 per hour beginning 01/01/23, and $15.00 per hour beginning 01/01/24. Beginning 01/01/20, allows an e...
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2019-12-01
To Senate Labor, Culture and the Arts Committee
HIHB587IntroProhibits physicians from using electroconvulsive treatment on minors.
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2019-12-01
To House Health Committee
HIHB580IntroAuthorizes mental health professionals who have not yet achieved licensure but are working under the supervision of a licensed mental health professional to provide mental health treatment or counseling services to minors. (HB580 HD1)
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2019-12-01
To House Consumer Protection & Commerce Committee
HIHB1515IntroProhibits the provision of marijuana and related compounds to minors under 18. Prohibits minors under 18 from purchasing marijuana or related compounds. Prohibits cultivation of marijuana on state or county property. Authorizes cultivation of marijua...
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2019-12-01
To House Judiciary Committee
HISB779IntroProhibits the provision of marijuana and related compounds to minors under eighteen. Prohibits minors under eighteen from purchasing marijuana or related compounds. Prohibits cultivation of marijuana on state or county property. Authorizes cultivatio...
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2019-12-01
To Senate Judiciary Committee
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