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HOW MAJOR BILLS FARED AT THE CAPITOL


State lawmakers adjourned the 2017 session on Thursday after reviewing hundreds of bills on issues ranging from rail to homelessness.
Here is the status of some of the most significant measures. Bills that have been passed have been sent to Gov. David Ige for his signature or veto.
The governor can also allow bills to become law without his signature. Lawmakers can override the governors veto with a two-thirds vote in both the House and the Senate.

CONSUMER HEALTH/
GOVERNMENT TAXES EDUCATION PROTECTION/LABOR CRIME SOCIAL SERVICES ENVIRONMENT HOMELESS
PASSED PASSED PASSED PASSED PASSED PASSED PASSED PASSED
State budget Earned credit School lunches Family leave Paraphernalia Pregnancy centers Aquarium fish Mobile court
HB 100 HD 1 SD 1 CD 1 HB 209 HD 1 SD 1 CD 1 SB 423 SD 1 HD 1 CD 1 HB 213 HD 1 SD 1 CD 1 HB 1501 HD 2 SD 2 CD 1 SB 501 SD 1 HD 2 CD 1 SB 1240 SD 2 HD 1 CD 1 SB 718 SD 1 HD 1 CD 1
Would authorize Would establish a Would prohibit schools Would allow an employ- Would reclassify all Would require clinics run Would prohibit the state Would establish the
$14.1 billion in state nonrefundable state from denying a student a ee to take family leave felony drug paraphernalia by religious organizations from issuing any new community court
spending in the year that earned income tax credit meal during the first 21 to care for their sibling offenses as noncriminal opposed to abortion to aquarium fishing permits outreach project
begins July 1, and for low-income working days of the school year with a serious health violations, making them notify women of where and would require the in Honolulu, which
$14.3 billion in state people worth up to while their application for condition. punishable by fines of up they can obtain health state Department of Land operates a mobile court
spending the following 20 percent of the federal free or reduced lunch is to $500 but no jail time. insurance, if needed, that and Natural Resources that travels to areas
year. Additional funding earned income tax credit. being processed, and Rent payments will cover comprehensive to propose legislation where the homeless
for raises for public Would reinstate higher during the first seven SB 119 SD 1 HD 1 CD 1 Firearm checks family planning services, by 2019 that addresses congregate to use plea
Would limit late fees for HB 459 HD 1 SD 1 CD 1
workers was included in income tax brackets and days that their meal fund prenatal care and contra- sustainable aquarium agreements to resolve
separate bills. rates for higher-income account has a balance of rent payments to 8 per- Would require police ception. Would require fishing practices. cases involving nonvi-
taxpayers similar to those zero or is in the negative. cent of what is owed. departments to notify the clinics to comply with olent offenses. Almost
Media access that were imposed in county prosecuting patient privacy require- Climate change $900,000 in funding for
SB 655 SD 2 HD 2 CD 1
2009 and repealed in School air Child day care attorneys, the attorney ments. SB 559 SD 1 HD 2 CD 1
the initiative for the next
Would allow the news 2015. The new rates conditioning insurance general, the U.S. attorney Would require the state two years was included
media access under would take effect Jan. 1 HB 957 HD 1 SD 2 CD 1 HB 674 HD 2 SD 2 CD 1 and the Department of Environmental to expand strategies to in the state budget.
some circumstances to and increase taxes for Would allow the De- Would require child Public Safety when an health reduce greenhouse gas
areas closed to the pub- joint filers with taxable partment of Education care providers subject application for a firearm HB 100 HD 1 SD 1 CD 1 emissions statewide in Program funding
lic under the emergency to regulation by the license is denied. alignment with the goals HB 100 HD 1 SD 1 CD 1
income greater than to borrow money inter- Would provide funds for
management powers of $300,000, head-of- est-free from the Hawaii Department of Human the Department of Health laid out in the 2015 Paris Would include state
the governor and mayor. household filers with tax- Services to maintain Drunk driving Agreement on global budget appropriations
green infrastructure loan HB 306 HD 2 SD 2 CD 1 to hire an epidemiologist
Would limit the liability of able income greater than program to install air con- liability insurance. to investigate suspected warming in light of Pres- of $3 million for the
the state and counties. $225,000 and single ditioning and other heat Would authorize authori- health clusters from envi- ident Donald Trumps Housing First program
filers with taxable income abatement technologies FAILED ties to fit repeat drunken ronmental sources, such vows to withdraw from to quickly put homeless
Blood quantum greater than $150,000. driving offenders with an the treaty. persons in housing;
at public schools. as lead poisonings.
HB 451 HD 1 SD 2 CD 1 Legal marijuana alcohol monitoring device $3 million for rapid
Would allow a lessee Film credit Community colleges Would have legalized so their alcohol intake Birth control Cesspools rehousing for the
with an interest in Hawaii HB 423 HD 2 SD 2 CD 1 HB 100 HD 1 SD 1 CD 1 the personal use and can be continuously SB 513 SD 1 HD 2 CD 1 HB 1244 HD 1 SD 2 CD 1
homeless; $1.5 million
Home Lands to will that Would extend the film Would allocate possession of marijuana monitored. Would allow pharmacists Would phase out the for homeless outreach
interest to a spouse, production income tax $1.8 million in fiscal year for recreational purposes, to prescribe hormonal states cesspools by services; $250,000 for
children, grandchildren, credit from 2019 to Jan. 2018 and 2019 to com- and sale of less than one FAILED contraception, including 2050, requiring home- legal services for home-
brothers or sisters who 1, 2026, and cap the munity colleges to help ounce of marijuana. birth control pills. Would owners to convert to a less persons; $500,000
are at least one-thirty- total amount of tax cred-
Red-light cameras septic system or aerobic to assist homeless
qualified students pay for Child day care Would have created a enable pharmacies to
second Hawaiian. its that companies may in-state tuition. receive health insurance treatment system, or con- people with serious and
claim each year at inspections red-light enforcement
reimbursements for the nect to a sewer system, persistent mental illness-
FAILED FAILED Would have required the program to be run by unless they are given an
$35 million. Would service. es; and $800,000 to
Department of Human the counties using fixed exemption by the state
require the state De- treat homeless persons
Vote by mail partment of Business, College tuition Services to publish cameras mounted at in- Medical marijuana Department of Health. with severe substance
Would have launched freeze reports of child care tersections. Would have HB 1488 HD 1 SD 1 CD 1
Economic Development abuse problems.
voting by mail in all
and Tourism and state Would have prohibited facility inspections and implemented the system Would add arthritis, Recycling
Hawaii counties in all the University of Hawaii complaint investigations in 2019 to issue tickets lupus, epilepsy and HB 523 SD 1 CD 1 Homeless camps
Department of Taxation
elections beginning in Board of Regents from on its website. to motorists captured multiple sclerosis to the Would require state agen- HB 83 HD 1 SD 2 CD 1
to report on the number
2020. increasing college tuition on camera running red list of conditions that cies to provide on-site Would require the
of jobs created in Hawaii Equal pay
for a decade. lights. can qualify for medical recycling collection for Hawaii Interagency
Airport authority and the fiscal impact of Would have prohibited
every film production that marijuana prescriptions. plastics, paper and bev- Council on Homeless-
Would have created Public school employers from retaliat- Body cameras erage containers under a
the Hawaii airport receives the credit. ing against employees Would have required Expands the number of ness to work with the
innovation grants marijuana plants a patient pilot program overseen by state Department of
corporation within the who disclose or inquire on-duty law enforce-
FAILED Would have established can possess to 10 plants the state Department of Human Services and
Department of Transpor- about their co-workers ment officers to wear
the Public School Inno- from seven. Allows the Accounting and General Department of Land
tation and transferred wages. body-worn cameras, and
the DOTs aeronautics
Rail tax vation Grants Program, would have established Department of Health to Services. and Natural Resources
Senate version of the bill which would allocate Longline fishing increase the number of in a working group that
functions to the newly statewide policy for the FAILED
would have extended grants to public schools Would have prohibited plants that can be grown would make recommen-
created airport authority. use of body-worn camer-
the half-percent excise that come up with the state Department at production centers to dations on the possible
as. Would have provided Sea walls
Beach liability surcharge for rail by 10 innovative ways to teach of Land and Natural 5,000 from 3,000. creation of safe zones
matching funds to each Would have prohibit-
Would have extended years to raise about children that help close Resources from issuing where the homeless
of the counties to fund Opioids ed landowners from
the existing liability $3 billion for the Hono- achievement gaps and fishing licenses to foreign could camp.
the cameras. SB 505 SD 1 HD 2 CD 1 installing a sea wall or
protections for county lulu rail project. House prepare students for an crew who arent allowed
version would have Would limit initial con- other shoreline-hardening Trespass law
lifeguards working on innovation economy. to enter the country. The Police discipline structure without holding
increased the state hotel current prescriptions of SB 895 SD 1 HD 2 CD 1
public beaches. After bill was in response to al- Would have required
room tax to 10.25 per- Collective opioids and benzodiaz- a public hearing first. Would create the petty
June 30 the counties legations of labor abuses police departments to
and lifeguards can be cent from 9.25 percent bargaining aboard vessels that bring publicly disclose the epines to a maximum of Coral reefs misdemeanor offense of
sued if the lifeguards are for the next 11 years as Would have allowed in ahi to Honolulu Harbor. identity of any officer seven days and require Would have prohibited criminal trespass onto
deemed to have been part of a package that graduate students at the upon the officers second health care providers to using sunscreen contain- improved state lands,
negligent in the execu- would provide $1.7 bil- University of Hawaii who Pesticides suspension in a five-year counsel patients on the ing oxybenzone while at including the areas un-
tion of their jobs. lion in additional funding work as employees for at Would have appropriat- period. risks of addiction and the beach or in the ocean der freeways. The new
for rail. Would also have least 20 hours per week ed funds to implement overdose. to protect coral reefs. trespass offense would
Hookipa State extended the half-percent to unionize. recommendations Fireworks be punishable by up to
Resolution would have excise surcharge for rail from 2016 made by Would have allowed FAILED Pesticides 30 days in jail and a fine
urged local law enforce- for a year and set aside For-profit colleges Kauais Joint Fact police to use witness Would have required of up to $1,000.
ment agencies to refuse $25 million a year from Would have required Finding Study Group, accounts as well as Physician-assisted large agricultural com-
to work with federal the hotel room tax reve- colleges to disclose if including increased data photographs or video dying panies to provide public FAILED
immigration agencies, nue to increase funding they are for-profit entities collection and monitoring that are authenticated by Would have allowed disclosure about their
and to refuse to spend for public education. in advertisements, pro- of potential health and witnesses to determine physicians to prescribe pesticide use and alert Homeless clinics
local law enforcement Would have diverted motional materials and environmental impacts a fireworks violation has terminally ill patients facilities serving children Would have appropri-
money to enforce federal $45 million a year of the contracts for instruction. of pesticide use by large occurred. lethal doses of drugs. and seniors before ated $1.4 million to op-
immigration law. citys share of hotel room agricultural users. spraying chemicals in erate two mobile clinics
Teachers tax New prison Water fluoridation to serve the homeless
taxes to help fund the Would have proposed their vicinity.
Tax returns rail project. Would have Vacation rentals Would have required Would have required the population.
Would have prohibited amending the state Con- Would have allowed on- prison officials to solicit counties to put fluoride in Foam containers
reduced the states share stitution to establish a Camp sweeps
electors in the Electoral line vacation rental sites, proposals for a new public water systems to Would have prohibited
of the half-percent gen- tax on certain residential Would have established
College to vote for such as Airbnb, to collect 3,000-bed prison in help prevent tooth decay. food vendors from using
eral excise tax surcharge investment properties a sheriffs patrol program
candidates for U.S. pres- state taxes from both Hawaii to allow the state Styrofoam and other
on Oahu to 1 percent and visitor accommoda- Smoking in vehicles to enforce laws against
ident and vice president legal and illegal vacation to bring back more than polystyrene containers.
from 10 percent. Would tions to fund the states Would have prohibited trespassing and illegal
unless those candidates rentals when accepting 1,300 state inmates now
have prohibited the city public education system. smoking in a motor Red Hill camping on state land,
publicly disclose their bookings in Hawaii. serving their sentences at
from redeveloping the The proposal would vehicle when a minor is Would have required the and created a program
federal income tax a private prison in Arizona.
Neal S. Blaisdell Center. be included as a ballot Food safety present. Navys Red Hill under- to clean up state prop-
returns.
Gas tax initiative. Would have created Firearm seizure ground storage tanks to erty after the departure
Second jobs an income tax credit Would have allowed Food tax credit be upgraded, including of people who illegally
Would have increased Public school Would have gradually
Would have prohibited a to assist farmers with a judge to prohibit a installing secondary camped there.
the state gasoline tax, increased the food tax
sitting governor or mayor
weight tax and vehicle
funding expenses related to com- person from possessing containment systems, to
from maintaining outside Would have specified pliance with the federal firearms if that person credit to refund lower-in- protect Oahus drinking Homeless funding
registration fees to fund come families some of Would have appro-
employment or receiving that investment proper- Food Safety Moderniza- is deemed to pose a water supply from fuel
projects to ease highway the state taxes they pay priated money for a
emoluments. ties valued at $2 million tion Act. serious risk of violence leaks.
congestion and improve on food. coordinated statewide
or more would be taxed or harm to public safety.
Judges pensions highway maintenance. Payday loans Mufflers homeless initiative to
an additional $7.50 per Mental health
Would have reduced the
Poverty tax cut $1,000 of total property Would have provided Prison solitary Would have prohibited include use of housing
pensions of future judg- consumer protections for Would have restricted Would have allowed psy- the noise level of mufflers subsidies to prevent
Would have amended value to help fund the chologists to prescribe
es who are appointed to states public education borrowers who take out the use of disciplinary or exhaust systems on homelessness and
Hawaiis income tax drugs to treat mental
the bench after June 30. system. Specifies what payday loans, including segregation or solitary motorcycles, motor rapid rehousing services
rates to eliminate any disorders if they undergo
types of properties would the right to convert a confinement in correc- scooters, mopeds and statewide. Aloha United
Judges terms income tax liability for specified training. The
be taxed. The measure payday loan to an install- tions facilities to no more motor vehicles from Way currently has an
Would have mandated those at or below poverty measure sought to
was dependent upon ment loan, protections than 14 days during any emitting a noise level emergency contract to
that any judges who thresholds. address the shortage of
voters approving a against harmful collection 30-day period. exceeding 60 decibels, provide those services.
want to continue on the psychiatrists within the
bench after their first
E-cigarette tax separate constitutional practices, prohibitions
Prostitution with certain exceptions.
Would have imposed an on prepayment penalties, state. Would have provided a Medicaid funding
terms expire must obtain amendment. Would have repealed Would have required
excise tax on e-cigarettes and a cap on annual Sexual assault graduated schedule of
the Senates consent. Charter school percentage rates at penalties for consen- the state Department
or electronic smoking Would have required fines for first, second and
The State Judicial Se- 36 percent. sual adult prostitution of Human Services and
lection Commission now
devices effective Jan. 1. support and promotion of adult the attorney general to subsequent violations.
Would have appropriated Department of Health
decides whether judges Online taxes Child support prostitution. provide annual reports Chlorpyrifos to pursue efforts to use
are retained. funds for charter school to the Legislature on
Would have required Would have fined an em- Would have prohibited federal Medicaid funding
online companies that
facilities.
ployer who discriminates Domestic abuse testing of sexual assault the use of pesticides to provide housing
Shared leave against an employee Would have eliminated evidence collection kits;
Would have expanded
do more than $100,000 Charter school the current mandatory would afford certain
containing the chemical services for chronically
worth of business in startups who is subject to income ingredient chlorpyrifos, homeless people.
the states shared-leave withholding for failure minimum 30-day jail rights to survivors of
Hawaii to collect state Would have appropriated which has been shown
program to allow state to pay child support by sentence for a second sexual assault; and would Urine-free zones
excise taxes from con- funds for startup grants to carry neuro-develop-
workers to donate terminating, disciplining offense of misdemeanor implement mandatory Would have created the
sumers. for newly approved pub- mental risks, particularly
accumulated sick-leave or refusing to employ the domestic abuse. testing requirements. offense of urinating or
lic charter schools. for young children.
credits to fellow employ- Vehicle value tax person. defecating in a urine-free
ees who have serious Would have replaced the
Minor offenders Electricity rates Marine monument zone, and designate
School impact fees Would have allowed the Would have required
personal illnesses or states vehicle weight tax Would have exempted Paid sick leave Would have created the playgrounds and bus
injuries, or who need to Would have required em- prison system to release the Public Utilities
with a new tax based on affordable-housing units Papahanaumokuakea stops as urine-free
care for family members. ployers to provide paid some types of felony Commission to establish
the value of each vehicle. from school impact fees. Marine National Monu- zones.
sick leave to employees offenders to ease prison discounted electricity ment Program within the
Vexatious requests REIT deduction Selective service to care for themselves and jail overcrowding if rates for low-income state Department of Land Pre-arrest diversion
Would have allowed Would have disallowed Would have required or a family member who the offenders bail is set customers. Would have established
and Natural Resources to
the state Office of the deduction for males between the ages is ill. Full-time workers at less than $10,000 a pre-arrest diversion
Naturopathic coordinate state manage-
Information Practices to dividends paid by real of 18 and 26 to register would have been granted and the offenders are not pilot project for people
medicine ment responsibilities with
declare a person a vexa- estate investment trusts for the selective service a minimum of 40 hours charged with serious or with mental health or
Would have allowed na- federal authorities.
tious records requester for 15 years, effectively upon enrolling in a sick leave per year to be violent crimes. substance abuse chal-
and restricted that taxing REITs like other turopathic physicians to Sewage spills lenges to refer them for
state-supported college, accrued at a rate of one Bail amounts
persons right to request corporations. Housing prescribe testosterone. Would have required the mental health treatment
including community hour for every 40 hours Would have eliminated
public records under that is affordable for colleges, education worked. University of Hawaiis if they commit nonvio-
the Uniform Information the requirement that School-based
families earning below centers or any branch of Environmental Center to lent, nonfelony offenses
Practices Act. Electricity rates people accused of health services
140 percent of median the University of Hawaii. conduct ongoing studies on state property.
Would have allowed the misdemeanors post bail Would have provided
family income would have Would also require on the environmental
LUC powers been exempt. Public Utilities Commis- before being released. funding to expand the impacts of sewage spills Public benefits
Would have allowed young men to register Hawaii Keiki Healthy and Would have established
for the draft to be eligible sion to establish prefer- Crime commission on coral reefs and submit
the state Land Use E911 tax ential electricity rates for Ready to Learn Program, a 60-day residency
for state financial aid and Would have estab- annual reports to the
Commission to fine Would have established communities that host which provides health requirement for eligibility
state employment. lished a Commission Legislature.
petitioners or modify a surcharge on prepaid energy projects. Would care services within for public assistance
orders granting district on Criminal Justice and
wireless telephone have required energy de- Sentencing Reform
public schools. Invasive species and state low-income
boundary amendments purchases to pay for velopers to develop and Would have established housing.
if a petitioner or its suc- to develop policies to
enhanced 911 service fund community benefits an invasive species raid
cessors fail to comply reduce Hawaiis incarcer-
for the phones. packages in exchange for response special fund
with conditions imposed ated population by
hosting energy projects. within the state Depart-
by the commission. 25 percent by 2025.
ment of Land and Natural
Resources.