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XSB11 SD1RELATING TO POLYSTYRENE FOAM CONTAINERS. Prohibits restaurants from serving prepared foods using polystyrene foam containers statewide. Authorizes the Department of Health to adopt rules. Takes effect on December 31, 2020. (SD1) OPPOSEH 3/7/2019: Referred to EEP/EDB, CPC/JUD, FIN, referral sheet 27S. CHANG, BAKER, GABBARDEEP/EDB, CPC/JUD, FIN
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XSB94 SD1RELATING TO ELECTIONS. Requires candidates for president and vice president of the United States to post their most recent income tax return on the Internet at least sixty days prior to and continuing through the date of the general election for free access by the public in order to be included on the state ballot, subject to certain conditions. Prohibits electors from voting for a candidate for president or vice president of the United States unless the candidates have posted their most recent income tax return on the Internet at least sixty days prior to and continuing through the date of the general election for free access by the public, subject to certain conditions. (SD1) OPPOSEH 3/18/2019: The committees on JUD recommend that the measure be PASSED, UNAMENDED. The votes were as follows: 6 Ayes: Representative(s) C. Lee, San Buenaventura, Brower, Creagan, Morikawa, Takayama; Ayes with reservations: none; 2 Noes: Representative(s) Say, Thielen; and 3 Excused: Representative(s) Lowen, McKelvey, Yamane.K. RHOADS, HARIMOTO, IHARA, KEITH-AGARANJUD HB286
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XSB162 SD2RELATING TO TAXATION. Increases the rental motor vehicle surcharge tax. Repeals the additional surcharge tax for lessees who do not possess a valid Hawaii driver's license. Deposits the surcharge tax revenues into the state highway fund, for statewide use, and the county subaccounts in the state highway fund for highway road capacity projects in the county that generated the surcharge tax. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/22/2019: Report adopted. referred to the committee(s) on FIN as amended in HD 2 with Representative(s) DeCoite, Matsumoto, McKelvey, Ward voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) Okimoto voting no (1) and Representative(s) Quinlan, Yamane excused (2).KOUCHI (Introduced by request of another party)TRN, CPC, FIN HB180
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XSB197RELATING TO CAMPAIGN FINANCE. Establishes an exemption from the prohibition against using election campaign funds to make charitable donations or to award scholarships during the period from the filing of nomination papers to the date of the general election for candidates who are already declared elected to office after running unopposed in an election or who would be unopposed in the general election. SUPPORTH 3/21/2019: Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on FIN with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Belatti, Cabanilla Arakawa, Holt, Tokioka, Yamane excused (5).KEITH-AGARAN, DELA CRUZ, ENGLISH, INOUYE, K. RHOADS, KimJUD, FIN HB366
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XSB198 SD2RELATING TO THE TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX. Authorizes counties to levy a county surcharge on transient accommodations tax in their respective counties pursuant to certain conditions. Sunsets on 12/31/2036. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/7/2019: Referred to TIA, FIN, referral sheet 27KEITH-AGARAN, Dela Cruz, EnglishTIA, FIN HB1173
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XSB227 SD2RELATING TO IMMIGRATION. Makes an appropriation to the Department of Human Services to contract with non-profit providers to provide access to legal counsel to immigrants in immigration proceedings. Takes effect 3/15/2050. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/22/2019: Report adopted. referred to the committee(s) on FIN as amended in HD 2 with Representative(s) Har, Okimoto, Tokioka voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) Ward voting no (1) and Representative(s) Quinlan, Yamane excused (2).S. CHANG, KIDANI, NISHIHARA, K. RHOADS, RUDERMAN, Fevella, Ihara, Kanuha, ShimabukuroHSH, JUD, FIN
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XSB301 SD1RELATING TO TAXATION OF REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS. Disallows dividends paid deduction for real estate investment trusts. Applies to taxable years beginning after 12/31/2019. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD1) OPPOSEH 3/22/2019: Report adopted; referred to the committee(s) on FIN with Representative(s) Kong, Okimoto, Ward voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) Har voting no (1) and Representative(s) Quinlan, Yamane excused (2).KEITH-AGARAN, MORIWAKIEDB, CPC, FIN HB475
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XSB367 SD1RELATING TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION. Prohibits food service businesses and stores from the sale, use, or distribution of polystyrene foam containers, expanded polystyrene food service products, plastic straws, and plastic bags. Takes effect 7/1/2021. (SD1) OPPOSEH 3/20/2019: The committee(s) on CPC/JUD recommend(s) that the measure be deferred.DELA CRUZ, S. CHANG, INOUYE, KANUHA, KIDANI, K. Kahele, ShimabukuroEEP, CPC/JUD, FIN
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XSB380 SD1RELATING TO THE TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX. Imposes the transient accommodations tax on mandatory resort fees and requires that those fees be included in gross rental or gross rental proceeds. (SD1) OPPOSEH 3/19/2019: Passed Second Reading and referred to the committee(s) on FIN with Representative(s) Okimoto, Ward voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Belatti, Quinlan, Yamane excused (3).DELA CRUZ, S. CHANG, KIDANI, Kanuha, Nishihara, ShimabukuroTIA, FIN
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XSB383 SD2RELATING TO YOUTH SUICIDE PREVENTION. Requires the Board of Education to establish a mandatory youth suicide awareness and prevention training program and model risk referral protocol, based on existing materials created by the Department of Health, for all public schools, including charter schools. Requires complex areas and charter schools to provide the training program and risk referral protocol to all school personnel who work directly with students in department schools and charter schools, respectively. (SD2) SUPPORTH 3/21/2019: Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on FIN with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Belatti, Cabanilla Arakawa, Holt, Tokioka, Yamane excused (5).DELA CRUZ, S. CHANG, KANUHA, KEITH-AGARAN, KIDANI, K. Kahele, WakaiLHE/HLT, FIN
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XSB409 SD2RELATING TO ELECTRIC VEHICLES. Establishes an annual vehicle registration surcharge fee for electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, alternative fuel vehicles, and hybrid vehicles to be deposited into the state highway fund. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/20/2019: Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on FIN with Representative(s) Matsumoto, Okimoto, Perruso, Wildberger voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) McDermott, Ward voting no (2) and Representative(s) Belatti, Yamane excused (2).INOUYE, BAKER, ENGLISH, HARIMOTO, KEITH-AGARAN, KIDANI, Fevella, Gabbard, NishiharaTRN, FIN
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XSB412 SD2RELATING TO VOTING. Requires that any person who is eligible to vote and applies for a new or renewal motor vehicle driver's license, provisional license, or instruction permit, or a new, renewal, or duplicate identification card be automatically registered to vote if that person is not already registered to vote unless the applicant affirmatively declines to be registered to vote. Authorizes access to and electronic transmission of databases maintained or operated by the counties or the department of transportation containing driver's license or identification card information to election officials and the statewide voter registration system. Effective 1/1/2020. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/21/2019: Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on FIN with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Belatti, Cabanilla Arakawa, Holt, Tokioka, Yamane excused (5).K. RHOADS, S. CHANG, KEITH-AGARAN, J.KEOHOKALOLE, RUDERMAN, L. ThielenJUD, FIN HB1203
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XSB415 SD1RELATING TO HEALTH. Authorizes advanced practice registered nurses to perform medical or aspiration abortions if certain requirements are met. Clarifies who may refuse to perform an abortion and the notice procedures for refusal. (SD1) OPPOSEH 3/21/2019: The committee(s) on CPC recommend(s) that the measure be deferred.K. RHOADS, Baker, ShimabukuroHLT/IAC, CPC, JUD HB357
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XSB419 SD1RELATING TO MARRIAGE. Raises the minimum age requirement to enter into marriage from sixteen to eighteen years of age. Removes the parental consent and written approval by the family court requirements for a minor to marry. Requires, rather than permits, the family court to declare void the marriage contract on the ground that the parties, or either of them, had not attained the legal age of marriage at the time of the marriage. Removes spousal cohabitation after the parties attain legal age as an exception for an annulment based on nonage. Makes conforming amendments. (SD1) SUPPORTH 3/7/2019: Referred to HSH, JUD, referral sheet 27K. RHOADS, Baker, Ruderman, ShimabukuroHSH, JUD HB790
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XSB427 SD2RELATING TO RANKED CHOICE VOTING. Establishes ranked choice voting for special federal elections and special elections of vacant county council seats. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/21/2019: Passed Second Reading and referred to the committee(s) on FIN with none voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) Kong, Matsumoto, McDermott, Okimoto, Thielen, Ward voting no (6) and Representative(s) Belatti, Cabanilla Arakawa, Holt, Tokioka, Yamane excused (5).K. RHOADSJUD, FIN HB718
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XSB477 SD1RELATING TO EDUCATION. Allows the Department of Education to provide sexual abuse and sex trafficking prevention training to certain staff. Requires DOE to make available to certain staff explanatory information about protocols that DOE has approved for providing services to victims of sexual abuse and sex trafficking. (SD1) SUPPORTH 3/7/2019: Referred to LHE, JUD, FIN, referral sheet 27RUDERMAN, S. CHANG, J.KEOHOKALOLE, Fevella, Harimoto, K. Kahele, Moriwaki, Shimabukuro, L. ThielenLHE, JUD, FIN
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XSB495 SD2RELATING TO TAXATION. Creates a nexus standard for taxing out-of-state businesses on their business income in Hawaii. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/15/2019: The committees on FIN recommend that the measure be PASSED, WITH AMENDMENTS. The votes were as follows: 14 Ayes: Representative(s) Luke, Cullen, Eli, Gates, Hashimoto, Holt, Kitagawa, B. Kobayashi, Matayoshi, Nishimoto, Todd, Wildberger, Yamashita, McDermott; Ayes with reservations: none; Noes: none; and 1 Excused: Representative(s) Nakamura.DELA CRUZFIN
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XSB522 SD2RELATING TO PLASTIC. Prohibits the purchase, use, sale, or distribution of plastic beverage bottles, utensils, stirring sticks, polystyrene foam containers, and straws by state and county agencies after July 1, 2021, and by businesses selling food and beverages after July 1, 2022. Bans the distribution or sale of plastic bags after July 1, 2023. Creates the plastic source reduction working group to make recommendations for eliminating single-use plastic packaging. Appropriates funds. Takes effect 3/15/2050. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/22/2019: Report adopted. referred to the committee(s) on FIN as amended in HD 2 with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Quinlan, Yamane excused (2).GABBARD, ENGLISH, HARIMOTO, KEITH-AGARAN, K. RHOADS, RUDERMANEEP/EDB, CPC/JUD, FIN
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XSB530 SD2RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX. Exempts from the general excise tax gross receipts from the sale of mobility enhancing equipment, hearing aids, prosthetic devices, and prescription drugs sold pursuant to a doctor's prescription. Amends the definition of "prosthetic device" to include devices worn on the body. Applies to taxable years beginning after 12/31/2050. (SD2) SUPPORTH 3/19/2019: Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on FIN with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Belatti, Quinlan, Yamane excused (3).BAKER, S. CHANG, GABBARD, INOUYE, KEITH-AGARAN, K. RHOADS, RUDERMAN, Fevella, Moriwaki, WakaiHLT, FIN HB345
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XSB549 SD1RELATING TO HEALTHY BEVERAGES FOR CHILDREN. Requires restaurants that sell children's meals that include a beverage to make the default beverage a healthy beverage. Effective 1/1/2020. (SD1) OPPOSEH 3/22/2019: Bill scheduled to be heard by CPC on Thursday, 03-28-19 2:00PM in House conference room 329.BAKER, S. CHANG, Fevella, Inouye, KidaniHLT, CPC HB359
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XSB557 SD1RELATING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT. Prohibits 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, or county law. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD1) OPPOSEH 3/7/2019: Referred to PVM, LMG, JUD, FIN, referral sheet 27K. RHOADS, J.KEOHOKALOLE, ShimabukuroPVM, LMG, JUD, FIN HB1247
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XSB560 SD2RELATING TO ELECTIONS. Enacts voting by mail uniformly across all counties for all elections commencing in 2022. Establishes a limited number of voter service centers that would remain open from the tenth business day preceding an election through the day of the election to receive personal delivery of mail-in ballots, accommodate voters with special needs, offer same day registration and voting, and provide other election services. Allows for additional places of deposit for personal delivery of mail-in ballots. Appropriates funds for the implementation and administration of the election by mail system. Requires the office of elections to submit a report to the legislature prior to the convening of each regular session from 2020 through 2025, regarding the implementation of a vote by mail system. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/7/2019: Referred to JUD, FIN, referral sheet 27K. RHOADS, S. CHANG, Riviere, Shimabukuro, L. ThielenJUD, FIN HB1248
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XSB600RELATING TO FIREARMS. Provides that no person less than 21 years of age shall bring any firearm into the State. OPPOSEH 3/22/2019: Bill scheduled to be heard by JUD on Monday, 03-25-19 2:00PM in House conference room 325.NISHIHARA, S. CHANG, Baker, K. Kahele, WakaiPVM, JUD
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XSB621 SD1RELATING TO FIREARMS. Requires a person to report the person's lost, stolen, or destroyed firearms to the appropriate county police department. Establishes penalties for failure to report. (SD1) OPPOSEH 3/21/2019: Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on JUD with none voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) DeCoite, Har, Kong, McDermott, Okimoto, Quinlan, Ward voting no (7) and Representative(s) Belatti, Cabanilla Arakawa, Holt, Tokioka, Yamane excused (5).NISHIHARA (Introduced by request of another party)PVM, JUD
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XSB656 SD3RELATING TO TAXATION. Repeals the requirement that the auditor conduct an annual review of certain rapid transportation authorities in the State. Repeals the requirements that the comptroller verify the capital costs of a locally preferred alternative for a mass transit project and submit a certification statement to the department of budget and finance for the allocation of funds from the mass transit special fund. Repeals the requirement that the senate president and house speaker each appoint 2 non-voting, ex-officio members to the board of directors of certain rapid transportation authorities. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD3) OPPOSEH 3/7/2019: Referred to TRN, JUD, LMG, FIN, referral sheet 28INOUYE, K. KAHELE, Kidani, ShimabukuroTRN, JUD, LMG, FIN
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XSB698 SD2RELATING TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS. Codifies sustainable development goals based on the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals and indicators. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/7/2019: Referred to LMG, FIN, referral sheet 27ENGLISH, BAKER, S. CHANG, DELA CRUZ, FEVELLA, GABBARD, HARIMOTO, IHARA, INOUYE, K. KAHELE, KANUHA, KEITH-AGARAN, J.KEOHOKALOLE, KIDANI, KIM, KOUCHI, MORIWAKI, NISHIHARA, K. RHOADS, RIVIERE, RUDERMAN, SHIMABUKURO, TANIGUCHI, L. THIELENLMG, FIN
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XSB714 SD2RELATING TO THE TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATIONS TAX. Imposes the transient accommodations tax on resort fees that are calculated separately from the advertised transient accommodation's rate. Clarifies the calculation of the transient accommodations tax. Amends the formula for the amount of transient accommodations tax to be collected from time shares by increasing the base on which time share occupancy is taxed from one-half of the gross daily maintenance fees paid by the owner and are attributable to the time share unit to one hundred per cent of the gross daily maintenance fees. Requires transient accommodations intermediaries to register with the director of taxation before arranging to furnish transient accommodations at noncommissioned negotiated contract rates. Specifies that the transient accommodations tax is to be collected from transient accommodations intermediaries who arrange transient accommodations at noncommissioned negotiated contract rates in the same manner as transient accommodations operators. Applies to taxable years beginning after 12/31/2019. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/7/2019: Referred to TIA, FIN, referral sheet 27DELA CRUZTIA, FIN
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XSB789 SD2RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGE. Provides an income tax credit for qualifying small businesses to offset the increase in the minimum hourly wage that employers must pay employees. Increases the minimum wage to $12.00 per hour beginning 1/1/2020 and $15.00 per hour beginning 1/1/2023. Tax credit applies to taxable years beginning after 12/31/2019. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/22/2019: Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on FIN with Representative(s) DeCoite, Kong, Matsumoto, Okimoto, Tokioka, Ward voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) Har voting no (1) and Representative(s) Quinlan, Yamane excused (2).TANIGUCHILAB, FIN
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XSB804 SD1RELATING TO PALLIATIVE CARE. Establishes the culturally competent palliative care pilot program within the Department of Health to promote palliative care, gather health care utilization data, and conduct bidding for at least two pilot programs for home or community based palliative care, one of which must be located in a county with less than two hundred thousand residents. Requires reports to the legislature. Establishes an advisory group to oversee implementation of the pilot program. Appropriates funds. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD1) SUPPORTH 3/22/2019: Report adopted; referred to the committee(s) on FIN with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Quinlan, Yamane excused (2).BAKER, S. CHANG, NISHIHARA, Fevella, MoriwakiHLT, CPC, FIN HB722
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XSB856 SD1RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. Requires the Auditor to perform a financial and management audit of the Department of Education, Superintendent, Board of Education, and complex areas every three years. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD1) SUPPORTH 3/22/2019: Report adopted. referred to the committee(s) on FIN as amended in HD 2 with none voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) Perruso voting no (1) and Representative(s) Quinlan, Yamane excused (2).KEITH-AGARAN, ENGLISH, INOUYE, WAKAI, Baker, Dela Cruz, Kidani, Kim, NishiharaLHE, LMG, FIN HB781
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XSB887 SD2RELATING TO TOBACCO TAXES. Increases the cigarette and tobacco tax on cigarettes and little cigars by five cents beginning July 1, 2020. Allocates excise tax revenue generated at the increased rate to specified health improvement purposes beginning July 1, 2020. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/22/2019: Report adopted. referred to the committee(s) on FIN as amended in HD 2 with Representative(s) Kong, Okimoto, Ward voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) D. Kobayashi voting no (1) and Representative(s) Quinlan, Yamane excused (2).KANUHA, K. KAHELE, K. RHOADS, ShimabukuroCPC, FIN
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XSB1035 SD1RELATING TO SEXUAL VIOLENCE. Repeals the civil statute of limitations for child sexual abuse. (SD1) SUPPORTH 3/22/2019: Report adopted; referred to the committee(s) on FIN with Representative(s) San Buenaventura voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Quinlan, Yamane excused (2).SHIMABUKURO, BAKER, DELA CRUZ, ENGLISH, FEVELLA, GABBARD, HARIMOTO, INOUYE, KANUHA, J.KEOHOKALOLE, KIDANI, KIM, NISHIHARA, K. RHOADS, L. THIELEN, S. Chang, KouchiJUD, FIN HB482
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XSB1051 SD1RELATING TO HOMELESS INDIVIDUALS WITH SEVERE MENTAL ILLNESS. Requires the department of human services to establish a task force to determine specific implementation requirements necessary to establish a pilot program to provide shelter and mental health treatment for homeless individuals with severe mental illness or severe co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders who are subject to court-ordered guardianship. Appropriates funds. (SD1) SUPPORTH 3/7/2019: Referred to HSG/LAB, FIN, referral sheet 27L. THIELEN, S. CHANG, J.KEOHOKALOLE, Kanuha, Moriwaki, ShimabukuroHSH/HLT, JUD, FIN
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XSB1058 SD2RELATING TO PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. Requires the Attorney General to prepare a statement for each proposed constitutional amendment in language that is clear and that indicates the purpose, limitations, and effects of the proposed amendment. Requires the Attorney General to also prepare the statement in Hawaiian. Requires the Office of Elections and county clerks to make the statement available to the public. Makes an appropriation. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2) SUPPORTH 3/14/2019: The committee(s) on EEP/WLH recommend(s) that the measure be deferred.L. THIELEN, HARIMOTO, IHARA, KANUHA, J.KEOHOKALOLEJUD, FIN
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XSB1131 SD2RELATING TO OHANA ZONES. Increases the number of ohana zone sites on Oahu from 3 to 6. Increases the number of ohana zones on the islands of Hawaii, Kauai, and Maui, if the ohana zones pilot program capacity permits. Requires that additional information be included in the reports submitted no later than 20 days prior to the convening of the regular sessions of 2020 and 2021. Provides additional time for the implementation of the ohana zones pilot program. Appropriates funds to the Department of Human Services for the ohana zones pilot program. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/15/2019: The committees on FIN recommend that the measure be PASSED, WITH AMENDMENTS. The votes were as follows: 14 Ayes: Representative(s) Luke, Cullen, Eli, Gates, Hashimoto, Holt, Kitagawa, B. Kobayashi, Matayoshi, Nishimoto, Todd, Wildberger, Yamashita, McDermott; Ayes with reservations: none; Noes: none; and 1 Excused: Representative(s) Nakamura.DELA CRUZ, Gabbard, KidaniHSH/HSG, FIN
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XSB1347 SD1RELATING TO THE WEED AND SEED STRATEGY. Appropriates funds to the Department of the Attorney General as a grant for Weed and Seed Hawaii, Inc., to maintain the weed and seed strategy, a collaborative effort to prevent crime and rebuild communities in targeted areas. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD1) SUPPORTH 3/15/2019: The committee(s) on TRN recommend(s) that the measure be deferred.K. RHOADS, Nishihara, WakaiJUD, FIN
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XSB1361 SD1RELATING TO ESTATE TAXES. Increases estate taxes for Hawaii net taxable estates valued at over $10,000,000. (SD1) OPPOSEH 3/15/2019: The committees on FIN recommend that the measure be PASSED, WITH AMENDMENTS. The votes were as follows: 14 Ayes: Representative(s) Luke, Cullen, Eli, Gates, Hashimoto, Holt, Kitagawa, B. Kobayashi, Matayoshi, Nishimoto, Todd, Wildberger, Yamashita, McDermott; Ayes with reservations: none; Noes: none; and 1 Excused: Representative(s) Nakamura.DELA CRUZFIN
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XSB1362 SD1RELATING TO THE CONVEYANCE TAX. Raises the conveyance tax rates for residential investment properties with a value of at least $2,000,000. Exempts affordable housing qualified by the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation from the conveyance tax. (SD1) OPPOSES 3/20/2019: Enrolled to Governor.DELA CRUZHSG, FIN
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XSB1374 SD2RELATING TO THE HAWAII RETIREMENT SAVINGS PROGRAM. Establishes a Hawaii retirement savings program for private sector employees. Establishes the Hawaii retirement savings program administrative fund. Requires the department of budget and finance to prepare an annual report detailing the department's activities for the previous fiscal year to the governor and legislature. Appropriates funds. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/22/2019: Bill scheduled to be heard by JUD on Monday, 03-25-19 2:00PM in House conference room 325.TANIGUCHILAB, FIN
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XSB1382 SD2RELATING TO THE LEGISLATIVE BROADCAST PROGRAM. Requires both chambers of the legislature to establish rules for livestreaming public hearings and informational briefings at the State Capitol to the public through audiovisual technology. Appropriates moneys. Requires the legislative broadcast program to make an audio or audiovisual recording of all public hearings and informational briefings held at the State Capitol and maintain an archive of the recordings to be made available to the public. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2) SUPPORTH 3/7/2019: Referred to EEP/WLH, FIN, referral sheet 27S. CHANGLMG, FIN
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XSB1389 SD2RELATING TO TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT ZONES. Authorizes the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation, at the request of the Hawaii Community Development Authority (HCDA), to establish and operate transit-oriented development infrastructure improvement zone subaccounts within the dwelling unit revolving fund for the benefit of infrastructure improvement projects within a transit-oriented development infrastructure improvement zone. Requires HCDA to develop a transit-oriented development infrastructure improvement zone program to foster infrastructure development by strategically investing in public facilities. Appropriates funds to HCDA for staff necessary to develop and manage the transit-oriented development infrastructure improvement zone program. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/7/2019: Referred to WLH, FIN, referral sheet 27HARIMOTO, S. CHANG, INOUYE, J.KEOHOKALOLE, KIDANI, K. RHOADS, RUDERMAN, Baker, Fevella, Gabbard, Ihara, Kanuha, Keith-Agaran, Kim, Moriwaki, Nishihara, Riviere, Shimabukuro, Taniguchi, L. Thielen, WakaiTRN/HSG, WLH, FIN HB328
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XSB1428 SD1RELATING TO THE COUNTY SURCHARGE ON STATE TAX. Authorizes any county with a population equal to or less than 500,000 that adopts a county surcharge on state tax ordinance to use the surcharges received from the State for infrastructure and public safety. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD1) OPPOSEH 3/22/2019: Passed Second Reading and referred to the committee(s) on FIN with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Quinlan, Yamane excused (2).KOUCHI (Introduced by request of another party)FIN HB1394
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XSB1433 SD1RELATING TO TAXATION. Extends the period in which a county may adopt an ordinance to establish a surcharge on state tax, under certain conditions, from 3/31/2019 to 12/31/2019. (SD1) OPPOSEH 3/7/2019: Referred to FIN, referral sheet 27ENGLISH, BAKER, S. CHANG, INOUYE, KEITH-AGARAN, NISHIHARA, K. RHOADS, RUDERMAN, Gabbard, Harimoto, Ihara, Moriwaki, ShimabukuroFIN
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XSB1451 SD1RELATING TO STATE HOLIDAYS. Reestablishes La Ku‘oko‘a, Hawaiian Recognition Day, as an official state holiday. Repeals Good Friday as a state holiday. (SD1) OPPOSEH 3/22/2019: Report adopted; referred to the committee(s) on FIN with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Quinlan, Yamane excused (2).ENGLISH, S. CHANG, DELA CRUZ, FEVELLA, IHARA, INOUYE, K. KAHELE, KANUHA, KEITH-AGARAN, J.KEOHOKALOLE, KIDANI, KOUCHI, NISHIHARA, K. RHOADS, RIVIERE, RUDERMAN, SHIMABUKURO, WAKAI, Baker, Gabbard, Harimoto, Kim, Moriwaki, Taniguchi, L. ThielenLAB, JUD, FIN HB1119
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XSB1463 SD2RELATING TO TAXATION. Replaces the environmental response, energy, and food security tax with a carbon emissions tax. Repeals state fuel taxes under the fuel tax law. Requires the Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism to submit an annual report to the Legislature. Takes effect 7/1/2050; provided that repeal of the fuel tax credit for commercial fishers takes effect on 1/1/2051 and shall apply to taxable years beginning after 12/31/2019. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/7/2019: Referred to JUD, FIN, referral sheet 27K. RHOADS, RUDERMAN, Baker, S. Chang, Harimoto, Keith-Agaran, ShimabukuroEEP/EDB, FIN HB1459
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XSB1466 SD2RELATING TO GUN VIOLENCE PROTECTIVE ORDERS. Establishes a process by which a law enforcement officer or family or household member may obtain a court order to prevent a person from accessing firearms and ammunition when the person poses a danger of causing bodily injury to oneself or another. Takes effect 2/1/2020. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/22/2019: Report adopted; referred to the committee(s) on FIN with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Quinlan, Yamane excused (2).K. RHOADS, BAKER, S. CHANG, HARIMOTO, KEITH-AGARAN, RUDERMAN, Fevella, ShimabukuroPVM, JUD
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XSB1474 SD2RELATING TO TAXATION. Increases the general excise tax and use tax by 0.5% to provide a dedicated funding source for the department of education and the University of Hawaii. Effective 7/1/2050. (SD2) OPPOSEH 3/20/2019: Passed Second Reading as amended in HD 1 and referred to the committee(s) on FIN with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Belatti, Yamane excused (2).TANIGUCHILHE, FIN
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