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Senate 3rd reading bill digest 4 8-14
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Senate 3rd reading bill digest 4 8-14
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Senate 3rd reading bill digest 4 8-14

  1. 1. Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #1  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) SB2033   [HSCR] Dentists Makes  technical  nonsubstantive  amendments  to  the  rulemaking  authority  of  the   CPN KIM HD1 1344-­‐14 dentistry.    (HD1) SB2466   [HSCR] Marriage  and  Family   Requires  licensed  marriage  and  family  therapists  to  complete  a  minimum  of  forty-­‐five   CPN,   WAM BAKER,  CHUN   SD1  HD1 1343-­‐14 Continuing  Education hours  of  continuing  education  courses,  including  six  hours  in  ethic  courses,  during   each  licensing  renewal  period,  for  the  period  beginning  1/1/2017,  and  thereafter.     Effective  7/1/2014.    (HD1) OAKLAND,   Taniguchi HB2333   HD2  SD1 3202 Statewide  Integrated  Adult  Sex   Offender  Treatment  Program Requires  the  Statewide  Integrated  Adult  Sex  Offender  Treatment  Program  to  employ  a   best  practices  philosophy  for  the  treatment  of  adult  sex  offenders.    Directs  the   Program  to  develop  standards  and  guidelines  for  the  assessment,  evaluation,   treatment,  and  supervision  of  adult  sex  offenders.    Identifies  the  Program's   coordinating  body  as  the  "Adult  Sex  Offender  Management  Team".    Effective   7/1/2050.    (SD1) PSM/JDL,   WAM SOUKI  br WAM:  Slom(wr) HB2304   HD2  SD2 3203 Neurotrauma;  Advisory  Board;   Brain  Injury;  Spinal  Cord  Injury To  facilitate  meeting  quorum  requirements,  reduces  Neurotrauma  Advisory  Board   membership  from  twenty-­‐one  to  eleven  members  while  maintaining  representation  of   all  existing  parties.    Clarifies  quorum  and  voting  requirements  and  allows  the  Director   of  Health  to  add  members  from  state  and  county  who  work  in  neurotrauma.    Effective   7/01/2050.    (SD2) HTH,   WAM SOUKI  br HB2276   HD1  SD2 3204 Early  Childhood  Education   Program Establishes  the  Early  Childhood  Education  Program  within  the  Early  Learning  System   established  by  section  302L-­‐2,  Hawaii  Revised  Statutes.    Effective  upon  the  ratification   of  a  constitutional  amendment  permitting  the  appropriation  of  public  funds  for   private  early  childhood  education.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) EDU,   WAM SOUKI  br WAM:  Slom(no) HB2273   SD2 3205 Motor  Vehicle  Repair  Industry;   Motor  Vehicle  Mechanic   Certification  Program Authorizes  the  Motor  Vehicle  Repair  Industry  Board  to  enter  into  agreements  with   entities,  educational  institutions,  or  other  organizations,  as  necessary,  in  addition  to   the  University  of  Hawaii,  to  ensure  that  motor  vehicle  mechanics'  knowledge  of  motor   vehicle  repairs  are  current  and  in  line  with  industry  standards.    Effective  7/1/2050.     (SD2) HRE/CPN,   WAM SOUKI  br HB2257   HD2  SD2 3206 Board  of  Education;   Superintendent's  Salary Adjusts  the  salary  cap  of  the  superintendent  of  education.    Requires  an  annual   evaluation  of  the  superintendent  of  education  based  on  outcomes  determined  by  the   board  of  education.    Effective  7/1/2030.    (SD2) EDU,   WAM SOUKI  br WAM:  L.  Thielen(wr),   Slom(no) HB2253   HD1  SD2 3207 Hawaii  Film  and  Digital  Media   Development  Special  Fund;   Creative  Film  and  Digital  Media   Park;  Appropriation Part  I:    Expands  funding  sources  to  support  the  Hawaii  film  studio  and  office  and  film   and  digital  media  industry  development  within  the  DBEDT.    Repeals  statutory  sections   relating  to  the  Hawaii  television  and  film  development  board,  which  has  been  inactive   for  many  years  and  no  longer  serves  its  original  funding  mechanism  purpose.     Appropriates  funds.    Part  II:    Requires  the  board  of  directors  of  the  high  technology   development  corporation  to  create  a  film  and  digital  media  park.    Designates  certain   properties  to  be  included  in  the  park.    Appropriates  funds.    Effective  1/20/2050.    (SD2) EGH,   WAM SOUKI  br WAM:  L.  Thielen(wr) HB2224   HD2  SD2 3208 Registry  of  Clean  and  Sober   Homes;  Appropriation;  County   Zoning Establishes  a  registry  for  clean  and  sober  homes  within  DOH.    Appropriates  funds.     Amends  the  county  zoning  statute  to  better  align  functions  of  state  and  county   jurisdictions  with  federal  law.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HTH/PSM ,  WAM CARROLL,   JORDAN WAM:  L.  Thielen(wr) HB2251   HD1  SD1 3209 Housing;  Hula  Mae  Multifamily   Revenue  Bonds Increases  the  Hula  Mae  Multifamily  Revenue  Bond  authorization  limit.    Effective   7/1/2030.    (SD1) HMS,   WAM SOUKI  br HB2217   HD2  SD1 3210 Workforce  Development;   Working  Groups;   Appropriation Authorizes  DLIR  to  establish  working  groups  to  identify  high  growth  industries  and   workforce  needs  and  to  develop  training  programs.    Appropriates  unspecified  funds.     Effective  1/20/2050.    (SD1) EGH/JDL,   WAM NAKASHIMA,   etal WAM:  Slom(wr)
  2. 2. Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #2  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) HB2213   HD1  SD1 3211 SPRBs;  West  Maui  Hospital  and   Medical  Center  Foundation,   Inc. Authorizes  the  issuance  of  special  purpose  revenue  bonds  to  assist  West  Maui   Hospital  and  Medical  Center  Foundation,  Inc.  in  establishing  a  hospital  in  west  Maui.     Effective  July  1,  2050.    (HB2213  HD1) HTH,   WAM MCKELVEY,   SOUKI HB2188   HD1  SD1 3212 Waialua  Loan  and  Subsidy   Program;  Kikala-­‐Keokea   Housing  Revolving  Fund;  Kikala-­‐ Keokea  Infrastructure   Development  Fund Repeals  the  Waialua  Loan  and  Subsidy  Program,  Kikala-­‐Keokea  Housing  Revolving   Fund,  and  Kikala-­‐Keokea  Infrastructure  Development  Fund.    Effective  7/1/2050.     (HB2188  SD1) EGH,   WAM LUKE,  etal HB2115   HD1  SD2 3213 Chiropractic  Care;  Med-­‐QUEST;   Medicaid;  Appropriation Requires  Med-­‐QUEST  and  Medicaid  coverage  for  chiropractic  care,  limited  to  24  visits   per  calendar  year.    Appropriates  funds.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2). HMS/CPN ,  WAM NISHIMOTO,   MIZUNO HB2150   HD1  SD1 3214 Pacific  International  Space   Center  for  Exploration   Systems'  Planetary   Sustainability  Technologies   initiative;  Appropriation Appropriates  funds  to  support  planetary  sustainability  technology  demonstrations  and   university-­‐based  competitions.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) PSM,   WAM TSUJI,  etal HB2170   HD2  SD2 3215 New  Hotel  Construction;   Income  Tax  Credit Provides  an  income  tax  credit  for  costs  incurred  for  new  hotel  construction.    Effective   7/1/2030.    (SD2) TSM,   WAM BROWER,  etal WAM:  L.  Thielen(wr) HB2116   HD2  SD1 3248 Juvenile  Offenders;  Sentencing Eliminates  sentences  of  life  imprisonment  without  the  possibility  of  parole  for  juvenile   offenders.    Establishes  a  limit  on  the  minimum  term  of  imprisonment  before  a   prisoner  who  was  less  than  eighteen  years  of  age  at  the  time  of  the  offense  becomes   eligible  for  parole.    (SD1) JDL AWANA,  etal JDL:  Slom(wr) HB1926   HD1  SD1 3249 Prostitution;  Sex  Crimes Amends  the  offense  of  prostitution  to  clarify  that  a  law  enforcement  officer  shall  not   be  exempt  from  the  offense  if  the  law  enforcement  officer  engages  in  sexual   penetration  while  acting  in  the  course  and  scope  of  duties;  and  establish  that  a  person   less  than  eighteen  years  of  age  shall  not  be  prosecuted  for  prostitution  or  promoting   prostitution  offenses  if  the  person  is  charged  with  a  first  and  only  prostitution  charge;   provided  that  a  person's  exemption  shall  not  affect  the  prosecution  of  any  other   person  for  a  prostitution  or  promoting  prostitution  offense.    Amends  the  offense  of   solicitation  of  a  minor  for  prostitution.    Clarifies  sentencing  of  repeat  offenders  and   enhanced  sentences  for  repeat  violent  and  sexual  offenders.    (SD1) JDL MIZUNO,  etal HB2427   HD1  SD1 3250 Non-­‐General  Funds;  Repeal;   Transfer  of  Balances Repeals  and  transfers  the  unencumbered  balances  of  various  non-­‐general  funds  and   accounts.    Transfers  the  balance  of  the  fee  simple  residential  revolving  fund  to  the   general  fund.  (SD1) WAM LUKE,  etal HB2507   HD1  SD1 3251 Streamlined  Sales  and  Use  Tax   Agreement;  Alternative;   Minimum  Simplification   Requirements Provides  an  alternative  to  Hawaii  becoming  a  member  state  under  the  Streamlined   Sales  and  Use  Tax  Agreement.    Directs  DOTAX  to  establish  rules  to  meet  minimum   simplification  requirements.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) WAM LUKE,  etal HB1704   HD1  SD1 3252 Tax  Credit;  Research  Activities;   Appropriation Provides  that,  notwithstanding  provisions  of  the  Internal  Revenue  Code  to  the   contrary,  the  amount  of  the  state  tax  credit  for  research  activities  shall  be  calculated   based  on  all  qualified  research  expenses  for  the  taxable  year,  instead  of  on  the   increase  of  expenses  over  past  years.    Appropriates  funds  for  a  compliance  specialist   position  within  DOTAX  to  assist  with  administration  of  the  tax  credit.    Effective   7/1/2030.    (SD1) WAM NISHIMOTO
  3. 3. Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #3  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) HB1712   SD1 3253 State  Bonds   Authorizes  issuance  of  general  obligation  bonds.    Makes  findings  required  by  article   VII,  section  13  of  the  state  constitution  to  declare  that  issuance  of  authorized  bonds   will  not  cause  the  debt  limit  to  be  exceeded.    Effective  7/01/2050.    (SD1) WAM LUKE HB1737   HD1  SD1 3254 Office  of  Community  Services;   DLIR;  Report;  Appropriations Requires  the  Office  of  Community  Services  to  review  the  current  grant  process  and  all   grants  submitted  to  and  granted  by  the  Twenty-­‐sixth  Legislature.    Requires  a  report  on   the  grant  process.    Appropriates  unspecified  amounts  to  the  Office  of  Community   Services  for  fiscal  year  2014-­‐2015.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) WAM MIZUNO,  etal HB1741   SD1 3255 Construction;  Revolving  Fund;   Appropriations Establishes  the  infrastructure  capacity  construction  loan  revolving  fund  to  provide   loans  to  counties,  state  agencies,  or  private  developers  for  infrastructure   improvements.    Makes  appropriations.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) WAM YAMANE,  etal WAM:  L.  Thielen(wr),   Slom(wr) HB2000   HD1  SD1 3256 Taxation;  Depreciation;  Net   Operating  Loss  Deductions Amends  state  income  tax  law  with  respect  to  net  operating  loss  deductions  and  the   election  to  expense  certain  depreciable  business  assets  to  conform  to  federal  law.     Applies  to  taxable  years  beginning  after  12/31/2050.    (SD1) WAM MCKELVEY,   etal HB2371   HD1  SD1 3257 Refundable  Food/Excise  Tax   Credit;  Income  Tax  Credit  for   Low-­‐Income  Household   Renters;  Low-­‐Income  Tax   Credit;  Earned  Income  Tax   Credit Amends  the  amount  and  threshold  of  the  refundable  food/excise  tax  credit  and   income  tax  credit  for  low-­‐income  household  renters.    Creates  a  new  low-­‐income  tax   credit  and  earned  income  tax  credit.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) WAM FUKUMOTO,   etal WAM:  Slom(wr) HB2205   HD1  SD1 3258 Habitual  Property  Crime Establishes  as  a  sentencing  option  a  mandatory  minimum  term  of  imprisonment  of   one  year  upon  the  conviction  of  the  offense  of  habitual  property  crime.    (SD1) JDL C.  LEE HB2598   HD1  SD2 3269 Hawaii  3R's;  School  Repair  and   Maintenance Renames  the  Hawaii  3R's  School  Repair  and  Maintenance  Fund  the  Hawaii  3R's  School   Improvement  Fund.    Requires  the  transfer  of  moneys  collected  pursuant  to  section   235-­‐102.5(b),  Hawaii  Revised  Statutes,  and  authorizes  the  transfer  of  any  other   moneys  received  in  the  form  of  grants  and  donations  for  school-­‐level  improvements   and  minor  repairs  and  maintenance  to  the  Hawaii  3R's  School  Improvement  Fund.     Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) EDU,   WAM OHNO,  etal HB2581   HD3  SD2 3270 State  Innovation  Waiver;  State   Innovation  Waiver  Task  Force;   Appropriation Establishes  and  appropriates  funds  for  the  state  innovation  waiver  task  force  to   develop  a  plan  for  applying  for  a  state  innovation  waiver  under  the  federal  Patient   Protection  and  Affordable  Care  Act.    Requires  the  task  force  to  submit  two  interim   reports  and  a  final  report  to  the  legislature.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) CPN,   WAM MCKELVEY CPN:  Slom(no) HB2576   HD1  SD2 3271 Hawaii  Charter  School  Facility   Development  Special  Fund;   Tax  Credit;  Appropriation Establishes  a  special  fund  for  the  development  of  charter  school  facilities.    Establishes   an  income  tax  credit  for  taxpayers  who  make  contributions  to  the  development  of   charter  school  facilities.    Appropriates  funds  for  the  Hawaii  charter  school  facility   development  special  fund.    Effective  7/1/2050.  (SD2) EDU,   WAM ITO WAM:  Slom(no) HB2521   HD1  SD1 3272 Civil  Defense;  Appropriation;   Hazardous  Tree  and  Branch   Removal;  Unstable  Rock  and   Soil  Conditions;  Clogged   Streams Appropriates  funds  to  remove  dangerous  trees  or  branches  that  pose  a  hazard  to   other  properties,  remove  or  stabilize  unstable  rock  and  soil  conditions,  and  clean   streams  and  waterways  to  prevent  flooding  or  other  disasters.    Effective  7/1/2050.     (SD1) PSM/WTL ,  WAM TAKAYAMA HB2481   HD1  SD2 3273 Hawaii  High  Impact  Center  for   Commercialization  (HI-­‐Impact);   High  Technology  Development   Corporation;  Appropriation Establishes  the  Hawaii  high  impact  center  for  commercialization  in  the  high   technology  development  corporation.    Makes  an  appropriation.    Effective  1/20/2050.     (SD2) TEC/HRE,   WAM MCKELVEY,   etal
  4. 4. Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #4  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) HB2448   HD2  SD1 3274 Hawaii  Housing  Finance  and   Development  Corporation;   Infrastructure  Bonds Authorizes  HHFDC  to  issue  bonds  to  eligible  developers  for  infrastructure  on  land   owned  by  the  eligible  developer  for  the  construction  of  affordable  housing.    Effective   7/1/2050.    (HB2448  SD1) HMS,   WAM HASHEM,  etal HMS:  Green(wr) HB2434   HD2  SD2 3275 Transient  Accommodations   Tax;  Special  Land  and   Development  Fund;  Beach   Restoration  Special  Fund;  State   Parks  Special  Fund Specifies  the  distribution  and  allowable  uses,  subject  to  agreement  between  the  HTA   and  the  BLNR,  of  transient  accommodations  tax  revenues  allocated  to  the  special  land   and  development  fund  for  resource  and  facilities  management  costs  related  to  the   HTA's  strategic  plan.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) TSM/WTL ,  WAM BROWER,  etal HB2611   SD2 3276 State  Capitol;  Management   Committee;  Oversight;   Appropriation Establishes  state  capitol  management  committee  to  oversee  the  financing  and   operational  structure  of  the  Hawaii  state  capitol  and  its  grounds  and  facilities.    Makes   an  appropriation.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) EGH,   WAM NISHIMOTO,   etal WAM:  Slom(wr) HB2286   HD3  SD2 3277 Hawaiian  Home  Lands;   Affordable  Housing  Credits Makes  permanent  Act  141,  Sessions  Laws  of  Hawaii  2009,  which  requires  the  county   to  issue  affordable  housing  credits  to  DHHL.    Makes  permanent  Act  98,  Session  Laws   of  Hawaii  2012,  which  requires  the  counties  to  issue  affordable  housing  credits  for   each  residential  unit  developed  by  DHHL.    Allows  credits  to  satisfy  affordable  housing   obligations  imposed  by  the  county,  regardless  of  the  date  of  enactment  thereof.     Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HWN/HM S/PSM,   WAM SOUKI  br HB2618   HD2  SD2 3278 Energy  Storage;  Tax  Credit;   Investment;  Utilization;   Appropriation Establishes  an  income  tax  credit  for  each  grid-­‐connected  energy  storage  property  that   is  installed  and  placed  in  service  in  the  State  during  the  taxable  year  beginning  after   12/31/2014;  provided  that  this  tax  credit  shall  not  be  available  for  taxable  years   beginning  after  12/31/2025.    Allows  the  tax  credit  to  be  claimed  as  either  an   investment  credit  or  utilization  credit.    Appropriates  funds  to  administer  the  tax   credit.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) ENE,   WAM C.  LEE HB2620   HD1  SD2 3279 Oil  Spill  Prevention;  Sea  Grant   College  Program;  University  of   Hawaii;  Appropriation Requires  the  University  of  Hawaii  Sea  Grant  College  Program  to  submit  a  report   updating  the  1996  report  on  oil  spills.    Appropriates  funds  for  staffing  and  resources  to   update  the  1996  report.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HRE/ENE,   WAM C.  LEE,  etal HB2626   HD2  SD2 3280 Manufacturing  Tax  Credit;   Appropriation Establishes  an  income  tax  credit  for  taxpayers  who  incur  certain  expenses  for   manufacturing  products  in  Hawaii.    Appropriates  funds  for  DBEDT  to  certify  claims  for   the  tax  credit.    Effective  7/1/2050.    Repeals  1/1/2023.    (SD2) EGH,   WAM TSUJI,  etal HB2400   SD1 3281 Temporary  disability  benefits;   organ  donors Provides  temporary  disability  benefits  to  employees  who  suffer  disabilities  as  a  result   of  donating  organs.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) JDL,  WAM NISHIMOTO,   etal HB2426   HD1  SD2 3282 Biosecurity  Facilities;  Invasive   Species;  General  Obligation   Bonds;  Appropriation Authorizes  the  issuance  of  general  obligation  bonds  and  appropriates  funds  for  Fiscal   Year  2014-­‐2015  for  the  planning,  design,  and  construction  of  biosecurity  facilities  at   harbors  and  airports  throughout  the  State.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) ENE,   WAM LUKE,  etal HB2365   HD1  SD1 3283 Fire  Protection;  State  Fire   Council Authorizes  the  state  fire  council  to:  (1)  Establish  statewide  qualifications  and   procedures  for  testing,  certifying,  and  credentialing  individuals  who  conduct   maintenance  testing  of  fire  extinguishers,  fire  protection  systems,  and  fire  alarm   systems;  and  (2)  Implement  a  statewide  system  to  promote  the  effective  use  of  fire   and  life  safety  resources.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) PSM/CPN,   WAM AQUINO,  etal HB2363   HD2  SD2 3284 Reentry  Pilot  Project;   Nonviolent,  Low-­‐risk  Drug   Offenders;  Appropriation Provides  systematic  reentry  programming  for  nonviolent,  low-­‐risk  drug  offenders  by   establishing  a  reentry  pilot  project  for  nonviolent,  low-­‐risk  drug  offenders.    Effective   7/1/2050,  and  repealed  on  6/30/2016.    (SD2) PSM,   WAM AQUINO WAM:  L.  Thielen(wr)
  5. 5. Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #5  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) HB2338   SD2 3285 Taxes;  Tax  Credit  for  Research   Activities Clarifies  that  the  tax  credit  for  research  activities  is  not  available  for  research   conducted  outside  of  the  State.    Eliminates  the  requirement  that  DOTAX  certify  all   research  credit  claims.    Clarifies  that  failure  of  the  taxpayer  to  submit  the  required   survey  to  DBEDT  is  a  waiver  of  the  right  to  claim  the  credit.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) EGH,   WAM SOUKI  br HB2294   HD1  SD2 3286 Nursing  Facility  Sustainability   Program;  Nursing  Facility   Sustainability  Program  Special   Fund;  Appropriation Continues  the  Nursing  Facility  Sustainability  Program  by  extending  the  sunset  date  of   Act  156,  Session  Laws  of  Hawaii  2012,  to  6/30/2015,  updating  the  referral  dates  in  the   statute,  and  appropriating  funds  from  the  Nursing  Facility  Sustainability  Program   Special  Fund  for  fiscal  year  2014-­‐2015.    Exempts  the  nursing  facility  program  special   fund  from  central  service  expenses  assessed  under  section  36-­‐27,  Hawaii  Revised   Statutes.    Effective  6/29/2050.    (SD2) HMS,   WAM SOUKI  br HB2288   HD1  SD1 3287 HHCA;  DHHL;  Disposition  of   Improvements Amends  the  Hawaiian  Homes  Commission  Act  to  permit  the  Department  of  Hawaiian   Home  Lands  to  dispose  of  department-­‐owned  or  department-­‐controlled   improvements,  or  space  within  an  improvement,  on  Hawaiian  home  lands  through   direct  negotiations.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) HWN/WT L,  WAM SOUKI  br WAM:  L.  Thielen(wr) HB1943   HD2  SD2 3288 Grid  Modernization;  Hawaii   Electric  System;  Public  Utilities   Commission;  Appropriation Amends  the  public  utilities  commission  principles  regarding  the  modernization  of  the   electric  grid.    Requires  the  commission  to  commence  regulatory  action  no  later  than   7/1/2014,  to  address  the  technical,  policy,  and  economic  issues  associated  with  the   modernization  of  the  State's  electric  grids.    Appropriates  funds  to  cover  costs  of  the   proceeding.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) ENE/CPN,   WAM C.  LEE,  etal HB1931   HD1  SD2 3289 Macadamia  Nut  Trees;   Macadamia  Felted  Coccid;   Agriculture;  Appropriations Appropriates  funds  to  DOA  and  UH  to  research  and  develop  methods  for  the   prevention  and  treatment  of  macadamia  felted  coccid.    Makes  appropriations.     Effective  7/1/2050.  (SD2) AGL/HRE/ ENE,   WAM WOOLEY,  etal HB1885   HD1  SD2 3290 Sand  Island  State  Recreation   Area;  Appropriation Appropriates  funds  to  the  DLNR  for  infrastructure  at  the  Sand  Island  State  Recreation   Area.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) WTL,   WAM MIZUNO,  etal HB1868   SD1 3291 School  Buildings;  Emergency   Shelters Authorizes  the  issuance  of  general  obligation  bonds  to  fund  the  retrofitting  of  public   school  buildings  so  they  can  also  be  used  as  emergency  shelters.    Effective  7/1/2050.     (SD1) PSM/EDU ,  WAM ICHIYAMA,   etal HB1811   HD1  SD1 3292 Department  of  Transportation;   Airport;  Concessions Extends  Department  of  Transportation's  authority  to  extend  the  term  of  an  airport   concession,  and  to  modify  and  amend  the  terms  of  any  concession  contracts,  leases,   and  permits  in  exchange  for  revenue-­‐enhancing  improvements  that  are  made  or  paid   for  by  the  concession.    Effective  6/30/2050.    (SD1) TIA,  WAM YAMANE,  etal WAM:  L.  Thielen(wr) HB1848   HD1  SD1 3293 General  Excise  Tax;  Monthly   Returns;  Electronic  Filing Requires  all  general  excise  tax  monthly  returns  to  be  filed  electronically,  beginning  on   1/1/2015.    Authorizes  the  director  of  taxation  to  assess  fines  for  returns  filed   manually.    Reduces  the  threshold  amount  for  electronic  funds  transfers.    Effective   7/1/2030.    (SD1) WAM LUKE,  etal HB1993   SD2 3294 Domestic  Violence;  Abuse  of   Family  or  Household  Member;   Mandatory  Reasonable   Inquiry;  Mandatory  No-­‐ Contact  Period;  Presence  of  a   Minor;  Class  C  Felony Requires  a  police  officer  to  make  reasonable  inquiry  of  a  victimized  or  potentially   victimized  family  member  and  witnesses,  if  applicable,  and  order  a  person  to  leave  the   premises  for  a  no-­‐contact  period  of  48  hours,  regardless  of  whether  the  police  officer   has  reasonable  grounds  to  believe  there  was  physical  abuse  or  harm  inflicted  or  that   there  is  probable  danger  of  further  abuse  or  harm.    Makes  the  commission  of  an  act  of   physical  abuse  in  the  presence  of  a  family  or  household  member  who  is  a  minor  under   the  age  of  fourteen  a  class  C  felony.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) JDL,  WAM KAWAKAMI,   etal HB1950   HD2  SD1 3295 Seawater  Air  Conditioning   District  Cooling  Systems;   Enterprise  Zones Allows  the  production  of  air  conditioning  in  an  area  or  district  from  a  seawater  air   conditioning  cooling  system  to  benefit  as  an  "eligible  business  activity"  under  the   State's  enterprise  zones  program.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) EGH/ENE,   WAM SAIKI
  6. 6. Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #6  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) HB1966   HD1  SD2 3296 Public  Employees;  Civil  Service   Exemption;  State  Auditor Requires  the  State  Auditor  to  review  the  current  civil  service  exemption  process  and   recommend  procedures,  guidelines,  and  criteria  to  ensure  that  the  civil  service   exemption  process  is  used  appropriately  and  only  in  extraordinary  circumstances.     Requires  the  State  Auditor  to  submit  a  report  to  the  legislature  prior  to  the  regular   session  of  2015.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) JDL,  WAM NAKASHIMA HB1951   HD1  SD2 3297 Special  Purpose  Revenue   Bond;  SPRB;  Seawater  Air   Conditioning Extends  the  authorization  of  the  issuance  of  special  purpose  revenue  bonds  to   Honolulu  Seawater  Air  Conditioning,  LLC,  for  the  purpose  of  design  and  construction   of  a  seawater  air  conditioning  district  cooling  system  in  downtown  Honolulu,  for  an   additional  five  years.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) ENE,   WAM SAIKI WAM:  Slom(wr) HB2012   HD2  SD2 3298 Event  Ticket  Sales  Practices;   Ticket  Scalping;  Price   Limitations;  Website  Sales   Requirements;  Disclosures;   Remedies;  Unfair  and   Deceptive  Practices;   Circumvention  of  Online  Ticket   Purchase  Processes Prohibits  the  sale  of  tickets  to  an  exhibition,  game,  concert,  and  other  events  at  prices   greater  than  the  sum  of  the  price  printed  on  the  ticket,  any  lawful  taxes  collected,  and   any  reasonable  charge  for  services.    Specifies  that  no  ticket  sales  for  events  in  Hawaii   shall  commence  before  8:00  a.m.  Hawaiian  standard  time  or  before  the  primary  ticket   seller  commences  ticket  sales,  whichever  is  later.    Specifies  requirements  for  tickets   sold  or  offered  for  sale  by  or  through  an  internet  website.    Establishes  requirements   for  disclosures  relating  to  fees  and  taxes  and  number  of  available  tickets.    Establishes   remedies.    Makes  the  circumvention  of  online  ticket  purchases  through  the  use  of   illicit  computer  software  a  misdemeanor.    Effective  7/1/2112.    (SD2) CPN,   WAM MCKELVEY WAM:  Slom(wr) HB2007   HD1  SD2 3299 Appropriation;  University  of   Hawaii;  Local  and  Immigrant   Farmer  Education  Program Appropriates  funds  to  the  Local  and  Immigrant  Farmer  Education  Program  of  the   University  of  Hawaii  College  of  Tropical  Agriculture  and  Human  Resources  Cooperative   Extension  Service  to  support  the  growth  and  sustainability  of  the  agriculture  industry.     Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HRE/AGL,   WAM ONISHI,  etal HB2009   SD1 3300 Milk  Control  Special  Fund;  Milk   Control  Act Establishes  a  minimum  reserve  requirement  in  the  Milk  Control  Special  Fund  to  cover   contingency  costs  in  the  administration  of  the  State's  Milk  Control  Act.  Specifically   includes  audits  as  a  contingency  cost.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) AGL,   WAM ONISHI,  etal HB1934   HD1  SD2 3301 Homelessness;  Housing;   Homeless  Assistance  Working   Group;  Appropriation Appropriates  unspecified  amounts  to  various  programs  that  provide  housing,  housing   assistance,  and  supportive  services  to  individuals  at  risk  of  or  experiencing   homelessness.    Amends  structure  and  composition  of  homelessness  working  group.     Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HMS/HTH ,  WAM MIZUNO WAM:  Slom(wr) HB1996   HD1  SD1 3302 Maui  Food  Innovation  Center;   University  of  Hawaii  Maui   College;  G.O  Bonds Authorizes  the  issuance  of  general  obligation  bonds  for  the  completion  of  the  Maui   Food  Innovation  Center  at  the  University  of  Hawaii  Maui  College.    Effective  7/1/2525.     (SD1) HRE,   WAM MCKELVEY,   etal HB2293   HD2  SD2 3303 Hospital  Sustainability   Program;  Special  Fund;   Appropriation Continues  the  Hospital  Sustainability  Program  by  extending  its  sunset  date  to   6/30/2015,  updating  the  referral  dates  in  the  statute,  and  revising  the  funding  amount   for  the  Hospital  Sustainability  Program  for  fiscal  year  2014-­‐2015.    Exempts  the  hospital   sustainability  program  special  fund  from  the  5  per  cent  deduction  assessed  upon   special  funds  for  central  service  expenses.    Effective  6/29/2050.    (SD2) HTH/HMS ,  WAM SOUKI  br HB2654   HD1  SD2 3304 Crime  Victim  Compensation;   Restitution Clarifies  the  court's  authority  to  specify  the  time  and  manner  of  restitution  payments,   by  requiring  that  a  payment  schedule  must  be  at  least  25%  of  all  moneys  earned,  new   deposits,  and  credits  to  an  inmate's  individual  account.    Applies  to  orders  for   restitution  entered  after  the  effective  date  of  this  Act.    Effective  7/1/2030.    (SD2) PSM/JDL,   WAM HAR,  Aquino
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Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #7  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) HB2152   HD1  SD2 3305 Pacific  International  Space   Center  for  Exploration   Systems;  Appropriation;   General  Obligation  Bonds Appropriates  funds  to  the  Pacific  international  space  center  for  exploration  systems  to   support  administrative  and  general  tasks,  strategic  program  initiatives,  and  the   preliminary  development  of  the  Pacific  international  space  center  for  exploration   systems'  research  and  development  park.    Effective  1/20/2050.    (SD2) PSM,   WAM TSUJI,  etal HB2180   HD1  SD1 3306 New  Technologies  for   Sustainable  Agriculture  Pilot   Project;  Appropriation Appropriates  funds  for  phase  one  of  a  pilot  project  at  the  College  of  Tropical   Agriculture  and  Human  Resources  at  the  University  of  Hawaii  at  Manoa  to  create  new   technologies  for  sustainable  agriculture  in  the  State  through  scientific  research  and   support  services  for  an  integrated  agricultural  system.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) HRE/AGL,   WAM ONISHI,  etal HB2031   SD1 3307 Marriage  and  Family   Therapists;  Continuing   Education Requires  licensed  marriage  and  family  therapists  to  complete  a  minimum  of  forty-­‐five   hours  of  continuing  education  courses,  including  six  hours  in  ethics  courses,  during   each  licensing  renewal  period,  for  the  period  beginning  1/1/2017,  and  thereafter.     Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) CPN,   WAM MCKELVEY,   BELATTI HB2037   HD1  SD1 3308 Department  of  Health;  Project   Kealahou;  Appropriation Appropriates  funds  for  the  continued  funding  of  Project  Kealahou  within  the  Child  and   Adolescent  Mental  Health  Division  of  the  Department  of  Health.    Effective  7/1/2099.     (SD1) HTH/HMS ,  WAM CABANILLA,   etal HB2039   HD1  SD2 3309 Comprehensive  Breast  and   Cervical  Cancer  Control   Program;  Appropriation Appropriates  funds  to  the  Department  of  Health  for  the  Comprehensive  Breast  and   Cervical  Cancer  Control  Program.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HTH,   WAM ICHIYAMA,   etal HB2051   HD1  SD2 3310 Public  Art;  State  Foundation  on   Culture  and  the  Arts;  Daniel   Inouye;  Patsy  Mink;   Appropriation Amends  the  criteria  for  the  works  of  art  to  be  commissioned  to  honor  the  late  U.S.   Senator  Daniel  K.  Inouye  and  the  late  U.S.  Representative  Patsy  T.  Mink  pursuant  to   Act  281,  SLH  2013.    Amends  the  appropriation  to  a  blank  amount  for  each  year  of  the   2013-­‐2015  fiscal  biennium.    Amends  the  expending  agency.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) TEC,   WAM TAKAI,  etal HB2073   HD1  SD1 3311 Hawaii  Gulf  War  Memorial;   Construction;  Appropriation;   GO  Bonds Authorizes  the  issuance  of  general  obligation  bonds  and  appropriates  funds  for  the   purpose  of  planning,  design,  and  construction  a  Hawaii  Gulf  War  Memorial  to  be   located  at  the  Hawaii  State  Veterans  Cemetery  in  Kaneohe,  on  the  island  of  Oahu,  and   replicas  of  the  memorial  to  be  located  at  state  veterans'  cemeteries  statewide.     Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) PSM,   WAM TAKAI,  etal HB2074   SD1 3312 Long-­‐term  Care  Facility;   Veterans;  General  Obligation   Bonds Authorizes  the  issuance  of  GO  bonds  for  the  construction  of  a  long-­‐term  care  facility   for  veterans  contingent  upon  the  receipt  of  federal  funds.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) PSM/HTH /HMS,   WAM TAKAI,  etal HB2072   HD1  SD2 3313 Office  of  Veterans'  Services;   Veterans  Coordinator;   Appropriation;  Establishment   of  Position Establishes  a  Veterans  Coordinator  position  within  the  Office  of  Veterans'  Services  to   assist  all  veterans,  with  a  primary  focus  on  female  veterans,  who  served  on  active  duty   for  the  full  period  they  were  activated.    Makes  an  appropriation.    Effective  7/1/2050.     (SD2) PSM,   WAM TAKAI,  etal HB2059   HD2  SD2 3314 Housing;  Rental  Housing  Trust   Fund;  Conveyance  Tax;   Appropriation Amends  the  conveyance  tax  percentage  amount  paid  into  the  Rental  Housing  Trust   Fund  and  makes  an  appropriation  to  and  out  of  the  fund  for  an  increase  in  affordable   rental  housing  units.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HMS,   WAM MIZUNO,   WOODSON WAM:  Slom(no) HB2370   HD1  SD1 3315 Taxation;  Distribution  of  Partial   Payment Requires  that  partial  payment  of  taxes  be  credited  first  to  principal,  then  to  interest,   and  then  to  penalties.    Effective  7/1/2030.    (SD1) WAM FUKUMOTO,   etal HB2003   HD1  SD1 3316 Cybersecurity;  Coordinator;   Established Establishes  the  Hawaii  cybersecurity,  economic,  education,  and  infrastructure  security   coordinator  to  assist  with  the  development  of  methods  to  improve  the  State's   cybersecurity  and  cyber  resiliency.    Appropriates  funds.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) WAM MCKELVEY,   etal
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Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #8  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) HB648   HD1  SD1 3317 Specific  2013  Appropriations;   Repeal Repeals  or  reduces  certain  appropriations  in  legislative  acts  passed  during  the  regular   session  of  2013  that  the  designated  expending  agency  does  not  plan  to  expend  in   fiscal  year  2013-­‐2014.    Authorizes  the  transfer  of  excess  funds  from  the  mediciaid   investigations  recovery  fund  to  the  general  fund  until  June  30,  2014.    (SD1) WAM MIZUNO HB482   HD1  SD1 3318 Whitmore  Project  Facility   Revenue  Bond  Special  Fund;   Dole  Food  Company;   Appropriation Establishes  the  Whitmore  project  facility  revenue  bond  special  fund  into  which   proceeds  from  revenue  bonds  shall  be  deposited  for  purchasing  certain  parcels  of  land   from  Dole  Food  Company,  Inc.    Appropriates  funds  to  acquire  certain  Dole  Food  lands.     Takes  effect  7/1/2050.    (SD1) EGH/AGL/ WAM WOOLEY,   ONISHI AGL:  Slom(no);  EGH:   Slom(no);  WAM:   Slom(no) HB1280   HD2  SD1 3319 First  Responders  Technology   Campus  and  Cyber  Security   Command  Center;   Appropriation Requires  the  board  of  directors  of  the  high  technology  development  corporation  to   create  a  first  responders  technology  campus  and  cyber  security  command  center.     Designates  certain  properties  to  be  included  in  the  park.    Appropriates  funds.     Effective  July  1,  2050.    (SD1) EGH/PSM /TEC/WA M AQUINO,  etal EGH:  L.  Thielen(wr);   WAM:  L.  Thielen(wr) HB2163   HD2  SD1 3320 Minors;  Child  Custody;  Best   Interests  of  the  Child;  Spousal   Support  Orders Requires  the  court  to  consider  frequent,  continuing,  and  meaningful  contact  with  each   parent  when  awarding  custody  of  a  minor  child,  unless  the  court  finds  that  one  or   both  parents  are  unable  to  act  in  the  best  interests  of  the  child.    Requires  the  court  to   consider  any  necessary  reduction  in  employment  due  to  the  needs  of  a  dependent   child  and  wasting  of  assets  when  ordering  spousal  support  and  maintenance.     Establishes  that  in  the  division  and  distribution  of  property  as  a  result  of  a  divorce,  any   value  given  for  a  joint  investments  or  asset  is  presumed  to  be  a  joint  gift  except  of   inheritance  assets.    (SD1) JDL EVANS,  etal HB2034   HD2  SD1 3321 Statute  of  Limitations;  Sexual   Assault;  Criminal  Actions;  Civil   Actions Increases  the  statute  of  limitations  from  the  victim  attaining  the  age  of  twenty-­‐six  to   fifty-­‐five  for  the  filing  a  civil  action  for  the  recovery  of  damages  arising  from  the  sexual   abuse  of  the  minor  against  the  person  who  committed  the  act  of  sexual  abuse.     Extends  the  sunset  date  to  allow  a  victim  of  child  sexual  abuse  to  bring  a  civil  action   against  victim's  abuser  or  an  entity,  except  for  the  State  or  counties,  if  the  statute  of   limitations  for  filing  a  civil  claim  has  lapsed.    Clarifies  that  after  04/23/14,  damages   against  the  legal  entity  in  a  sexual  assault  civil  action  in  which  the  statute  of  limitations   for  filing  a  civil  claim  has  lapsed  shall  be  awarded  only  if  there  is  a  finding  of   negligence  on  the  part  of  the  legal  entity.    Clarifies  that  the  statute  of  limitations  for  a   criminal  claim  shall  toll  during  any  time  that  the  victim  is  under  twenty-­‐five  years  of   age  for  certain  sexual  assault  crimes  committed  when  the  victim  is  a  minor.    Effective   07/01/50.    (SD1) JDL CARROLL,  etal HB2248   HD1 3322 Department  of  the  Attorney   General;  Emergency   Appropriation Makes  an  emergency  appropriation  to  the  Department  of  the  Attorney  General  for   retention  of  expert  counsel,  expert  witnesses,  and  other  legal  services  to  assist  in  the   handling  of  major  litigation  against  the  State  of  Hawaii.    (HB2248  HD1) JDL/WAM SOUKI  br HB2139   HD1  SD1 3323 Public  Agency  Meetings;   County  Council;  Limited   Meeting;  Sunshine  Law Authorizes  a  limited  meeting  where  any  number  of  county  council  members  may   attend  a  board's  or  community  group's  meeting  to  discuss  council  business,  provided   certain  requirements  are  met.    Repeals  6/30/2018.    (SD1) PSM,  JDL YAMASHITA PSM:  Slom(wr);  JDL:   Ihara(wr) HB2347   HD2  SD1 3324 Taxation;  Investigators;  Police   Powers Clarifies  that  Department  of  Taxation  investigators  who  are  subject  to  chapter  76,   Hawaii  Revised  Statutes,  also  have  police  powers.    Effective  July  1,  2050.    (SD1) PSM,  JDL SOUKI  br PSM:  Green(wr),   Slom(wr) HB1971   HD2  SD1 3325 Civil  Service  Status;  Employee   Rights;  Charter  Schools Allows  administrative,  support,  and  instructional  employees  in  charter  schools  to  fully   participate  in  the  State's  systems  for  certain  employee  benefits  and  additional   supports  and  incentives  offered  by  the  Department  of  Education.    Requires  a  report  to   the  legislature.    Appropriates  funds.    Effective  July  1,  2014.    (SD1) EDU,   JDL/WAM NAKASHIMA,   etal
  9. 9. Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #9  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) HB1796   HD2  SD1 3326 Restraint  and  Seclusion;  Public   Schools;  Appropriation Prohibits  the  use  of  seclusion  in  public  schools.    Establishes  conditions  and  procedures   for  the  use  of  restraint  in  public  schools.    Requires  collection  and  review  of  data.     Requires  reports  to  the  legislature.    Makes  an  appropriation.    Effective  August  26,   2151.    (SD1) EDU,   JDL/WAM MIZUNO,   EVANS,   HANOHANO HB1503   HD1  SD1 3327 Residential  Landlord-­‐Tenant   Code;  Medical  Marijuana;   Eviction;  Rental  Agreement;   Voided  Provisions Voids  any  rental  agreement  provision  that  allows  for  eviction  of  a  tenant  who  has  a   valid  certificate  for  the  medical  use  of  marijuana  unless:    (1)  the  rental  agreement   allows  for  eviction  for  smoking  tobacco  and  the  medical  marijuana  is  smoked;  or  (2)   the  documents  of  a  condominium  property  regime  or  planned  community  association   prohibit  the  medical  use  of  marijuana.    Effective  11/01/2014.    (SD1) CPN,  JDL RHOADS HB1641   SD1 3328 Honolulu  Prosecutor's   Package;  Stored   Communications;   Governmental  Access Requires  law  enforcement  to  obtain:    (1)  a  search  warrant  to  compel  production  of   the  contents  of  electronic  communications;  and  (2)  a  court  order  to  compel   production  of  historical  transactional  records.    Effective  July  1,  2020.    (SD1) TEC,  JDL SOUKI  br HB1812   HD1  SD1 3329 Law  Enforcement;  Police   Officer;  Misconduct;  Records   Retention Requires  additional  detail  and  updating  for  annual  reports  to  the  Legislature  of  police   misconduct;  requires  retention  of  disciplinary  records  for  at  least  eighteen  months   after  reporting;  permits  disclosure  under  the  Freedom  of  Information  Act  of   misconduct  by  a  police  officer  that  results  in  a  suspension.    Effective  July  1,  2030.     (SD1) PSM,  JDL RHOADS HB2242   HD1 3330 Crime;  False  Statements;  False   Documents;  False  Records   Updates  the  offenses  of  falsifying  business  records,  obtaining  a  government-­‐issued   identification  document  under  false  pretenses  in  the  first  and  second  degree,   tampering  with  a  government  record,  and  unsworn  falsification  to  authorities,  to   address  the  use  of  new  technology  and  make  the  offenses  applicable  to  electronic  or   digital  statements,  documents,  or  records.    (HB2242  HD1) TEC/CPN,   JDL SOUKI  br HB2513 3331 Mortgage  Foreclosures;   Affirmation  Required  When   Action  Commenced Requires  that  an  affirmation  be  filed  with  the  court  at  the  time  a  mortgage  foreclosure   action  is  commenced. CPN,  JDL LOWEN,   McKelvey HB2298   HD1 3332 Notice  to  Children;  Child   Protective  Act;  Hearing Provides  that  a  summons  under  the  Child  Protective  Act  shall  be  served  upon  all   parties,  except  the  child,  after  petition  has  been  filed.    Requires  the  petitioner  to   notify  the  child  of  a  hearing  no  less  than  24  hours  prior  to  a  temporary  foster  custody   hearing  or  no  less  than  48  hours  prior  to  any  other  hearing.    (HB2298  HD1) HMS,  JDL SOUKI  br HB2275 3333 Mortgage  Rescue  Fraud   Prevention;  Distressed   Property  Consultant;  Attorney   Exception Clarifies  definition  of  "distressed  property  consultant"  and  specifies  that  attorneys   must  be  licensed  by,  and  engaged  in  the  practice  of  law  in,  the  State  of  Hawaii  in  order   to  fall  within  the  class  of  exceptions  to  the  definition  of  "distressed  property   consultant". CPN,  JDL SOUKI  br HB2666   HD1  SD2 3334 ID  Card;  Driver's  License;  Scan;   Age-­‐restricted  Goods Makes  permanent  the  amendments  allowing  a  business  to  scan  an  individual's  driver's   license  or  identification  card  to  verify  age  when  providing  age-­‐restricted  goods  or   services.    Removes  reference  to  "the  business"  from  the  reasonable  doubt  standard   for  proof  of  age.    (SD2) TEC/CPN,   JDL SOUKI HB1509   HD1  SD2 3335 Highway  Safety;  Use  of  Mobile   Electronic  Devices Specifies  that  operating  a  motor  vehicle  in  the  State  while  using  a  mobile  device  is   deemed  a  traffic  infraction.    Specifies  that  the  penalty  for  such  an  infraction  shall  be  a   fine  of  $200,  or  $400  if  in  a  school  zone  or  construction  area.    Specifies  that  if  a  person   is  under  the  age  of  eighteen  years  old  at  the  time  of  a  second  offense,  the  fine  shall  be   $300,  and  $400  for  the  third  and  subsequent  offenses  committed  while  under  the  age   of  eighteen  years  old.    Requires  collected  fines  to  be  deposited  in  the  state  highway   fund.    (SD2) TIA,  JDL SAIKI,   RHOADS,   Yamane TIA:  Gabbard(wr);   JDL:  Gabbard(no),   Shimabukuro(wr)
  10. 10. Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #10  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) HB2246   HD1  SD1 3336 Mental  Health;  Gun  Control Provides  for  a  court-­‐based  relief  program  for  persons  federally  prohibited  from   owning  a  firearm  based  on  a  finding  of  mental  illness  or  civil  commitment.    Requires   the  courts  to  provide  information  relating  to  involuntary  civil  commitments  to  the   Hawaii  Criminal  Justice  Data  Center  to  disclose  to  the  Federal  Bureau  of  Investigation   National  Instant  Criminal  Background  Check  System  database  for  gun  control   purposes.    (SD1) HTH/PSM ,   JDL/WAM SOUKI  br HB611   HD1  SD1 3337 Tanning  Facilities;  Minors;   Penalties Makes  it  unlawful  for  tanning  facility  owners,  lessees,  and  operators  to  allow  use  of   tanning  beds  by  anyone  under  the  age  of  eighteen.    Effective  07/01/50.    (SD1) HTH/CPN,   JDL/WAM TAKAYAMA,   etal HB1024   HD1  SD2 3338 Liability;  County  Lifeguards Extends  the  sunset  date  that  exempts  county  lifeguards  from  liability  for  any  civil   damages  resulting  from  any  act  or  omission  within  the  scope  of  employment  as  a   county  lifeguard.    (SD2) PSM,  JDL KAWAKAMI,   etal HB2401   HD2  SD2 3339 Condominiums;  Unit  Owners;   Documents,  Records,  and   Information;  Required   Disclosures;  Owner's  Right  to   Receive  Documents,  Records,   and  Information Consolidates  into  one  section  under  chapter  514B,  Hawaii  Revised  Statutes,  the   documents,  records,  and  information  that  must  be  made  available  to  any  unit  owner   and  the  unit  owner's  authorized  agents  and  specifies  that  these  documents,  records,   and  information  shall  be  provided  to  the  unit  owner  or  owner's  authorized  agent  no   later  than  thirty  days  after  receipt  of  a  unit  owner's  or  owner's  authorized  agent's   written  request.    Effective  07/01/2112.    (SD2) CPN,  JDL NISHIMOTO HB2101   HD1  SD2 3340 Kaho‘olawe  Rehabilitation   Trust  Fund;  Conveyance  Tax;   Annual  Payments Requires  the  board  of  land  and  natural  resources  to  appoint  the  executive  director  of   the  Kaho‘olawe  island  reserve  commission.    Deposits  a  percentage  of  conveyance  tax   revenue  annually  into  the  Kaho‘olawe  rehabilitation  trust  fund,  up  to  a  maximum   amount.    Clarifies  the  purpose  of  the  deposits.    Repealed  on  6/30/2020,  or  upon  the   recognition  of  a  sovereign  native  Hawaiian  governing  entity,  whichever  occurs  sooner.     Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) WTL/HW N,  WAM CARROLL HWN:   Shimabukuro(wr),   Slom(wr);  WTL:   Shimabukuro(wr),   Slom(wr);  WAM:   Slom(no) HB2464   HD1  SD1 3341 Important  Agricultural  Land   Qualified  Agricultural  Cost  Tax   Credit Clarifies  the  amount  of  the  important  agricultural  land  qualified  agricultural  cost  tax   credit.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) AGL,   WAM YAMASHITA,   ITO,  TSUJI HB2518   HD1  SD1 3342 State  Planning  Act;  Office  of   Planning;  Appropriation Requires  the  Office  of  Planning  to  review  and  propose  updates  to  the  State  Planning   Act  and  submit  a  written  report  to  the  Legislature.    Appropriates  funds.    Effective  July   1,  2050.    (SD1) EGH/PSM /TEC,   WAM AWANA,  etal HB2478   HD1  SD2 3343 Individual  with  a  Disability;   Employment;  Income  Tax   Credit Provides  a  taxpayer  who  hires  an  individual  with  a  disability  a  nonrefundable  tax  credit   for  the  six-­‐month  period  after  the  individual  is  initially  hired  by  the  taxpayer.    Repeals   existing  tax  credit  for  taxpayers  who  hire  vocational  rehabilitation  referrals.    Applies  to   taxable  years  beginning  after  12/31/2050.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HMS,   WAM KAWAKAMI,   etal HB748   HD2  SD1 3344 Constitutional  Amendment;   SPRBS;  Agricultural  Enterprises Proposes  an  amendment  to  the  Hawaii  State  Constitution  to  authorize  the  State  to   issue  special  purpose  revenue  bonds  and  use  the  proceeds  from  the  bonds  to  assist   agricultural  enterprises  on  any  type  of  land.    Effective,  the  latter  of  7/1/2030,  or  upon   ratification  by  the  electorate.    (SD1) AGL/JDL,   WAM ONISHI,  etal HB2060   HD2  SD2 3345 Income  Tax  Credit;  Renewable   Fuels;  Ethanol  Facility  Tax   Credit;  Appropriation Establishes  a  renewable  fuels  production  income  tax  credit.    Repeals  the  ethanol   facility  tax  credit.    Appropriates  funds  for  DBEDT  to  administer  an  annual  survey  on   the  tax  credit.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) ENE,   WAM C.  LEE
  11. 11. Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #11  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) HB2109   HD2  SD1 3346 Afterschool  Programs;   Elementary-­‐school  Students;   Evidence-­‐based  Physical-­‐ activity  and  Nutritional-­‐ education  Pilot  Program;   Appropriation Establishes  a  five-­‐year  evidence-­‐based  physical-­‐activity  and  nutritional-­‐education  pilot   program  within  the  A+  Program  in  Hawaii's  public  elementary  schools.    Makes  an   appropriation.    Effective  July  1,  2030.  (SD1) EDU/HMS ,  WAM HASHEM HB2292   HD1  SD2 3347 General  Support  for  Health   Care  Payments  (HMS  902);   Emergency  Appropriation Makes  an  emergency  appropriation  from  the  general  revenues  for  Fiscal  Year  2013-­‐14   to  address  the  budget  shortfall  for  the  General  Support  for  Health  Care  Payments   (HMS  902)  in  the  Department  of  Human  Services.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HMS,   WAM SOUKI  br HB1752   HD1  SD2 3348 Quality,  Cost-­‐effective   Healthcare;  Appropriations Appropriates  funds  to  provide  primary  medical,  dental,  and  behavioral  healthcare  to   uninsured  and  underinsured  patients  and  restores  basic  adult  dental  benefits  to   medicaid  enrollees.    Appropriates  moneys  to  community  health  centers  to  provide   outreach  and  eligibility  services  as  well  as  behavioral  services  and  to  establish  health   homes  for  medicaid  enrollees.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HMS/HTH ,  WAM CARROLL,  etal WAM:  Slom(wr) HB1777   HD2  SD2 3349 Department  of  Education;   Department  of  Health;   Administration  of  Auto-­‐ injectable  Epinephrine;   Appropriation Authorizes  DOE  employees  and  agents  with  specified  training  to  volunteer  to   administer  auto-­‐injectable  epinephrine  to  a  student  with  anaphylaxis.    Allows  DOE  to   make  arrangements  to  receive  auto-­‐injectable  epinephrine  supplies  from   manufacturers  and  suppliers.    Makes  an  appropriation.    Effective  7/1/2030.    (SD2) EDU/HTH,   WAM BELATTI,  etal HB1814   HD2  SD2 3350 Pay  Cards;  Direct  Deposit;   Electronic  Transfer;  Methods   of  Wage  Payment Requires  employers  to  meet  certain  requirements  before  paying  wages  to  an   employee  using  a  pay  card.    Clarifies  that  employers  may  pay  wages  by  direct  deposit   under  certain  conditions.    Makes  employers  responsible  for  any  fees  incurred  if  an   employer  has  insufficient  funds  in  the  employer's  bank  account  for  the  electronic   transfer.    Effective  07/01/2112;  provided  that  the  provisions  applicable  to  pay  cards   shall  take  effect  with  the  pay  roll  period  beginning  09/01/2014  and  the  provisions   applicable  to  direct  deposit  and  electronic  transfers  shall  take  effect  upon  approval.     (SD2) JDL,  CPN RHOADS JDL:  Slom(wr) HB1771   HD2  SD1 3351 Civil  Air  Patrol;  Appropriation Appropriates  funds  for  Fiscal  Year  2014-­‐2015  to  support  operational  mission  readiness   activities  of  the  Hawaii  Wing  of  the  Civil  Air  Patrol,  including  facilities  maintenance  and   capital  improvements  not  funded  by  the  National  Civil  Air  Patrol.    Effective  7/1/2030.     (HB1771  SD1) PSM,   WAM TAKAI,  etal HB1740   HD1  SD2 3352 Statewide  Language  Access   Resource  Center;  Multilingual   Website  Pilot  Project;   Appropriations Appropriates  unspecified  sums  as  provided  in  Act  217,  Session  Laws  of  Hawaii  2013,   for  fiscal  year  2014-­‐2015  for  establishment  of  the  statewide  language  access  resource   center  and  establishment  of  the  multilingual  website  pilot  project  administered  by  the   Office  of  Language  Access.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HMS,   WAM MIZUNO,  etal HB1713   SD2 3353 Aging;  Long-­‐term  Care   Education;  Appropriations;   Majority  Package Appropriates  general  funds  to  provide  ongoing  financial  support  to  healthy  aging   programs  and  services.    Requires  the  Executive  Office  on  Aging  to  conduct  a  public   education  and  awareness  campaign  on  long-­‐term  care  and  appropriates  general  funds   for  its  support  and  evaluation.    (SD2) HMS,   WAM SOUKI,  etal HB1706   HD1  SD1 3354 Parking  a  Vehicle  on  a  Bicycle   Lane  or  Pathway;  Minimum   Fine Sets  a  minimum  fine  of  $200  for  parking  a  vehicle  on  a  bicycle  lane  or  pathway.     Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) TIA,  WAM YAMANE,  etal
  12. 12. Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #12  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) HB1702   HD2  SD2 3355 Capital  Infrastructure  Tax   Credit;  Kapalama  Container   Terminal  Project;  Displaced   Tenants Creates  a  capital  infrastructure  tax  credit  for  investors  who  invest  in  qualified   infrastructure  tenants  who  are  displaced  by  the  Kapalama  container  terminal  project.     Allows  allocations  of  the  capital  infrastructure  tax  credit  to  a  partner  under  a   partnership  agreement  even  if  the  allocation  does  not  have  substantial  economic   effect.    Recaptures  an  unspecified  percentage  of  the  capital  infrastructure  tax  credit  if   the  qualified  infrastructure  tenant  does  not  meet  certain  conditions  at  the  close  of   any  taxable  year.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) EGH,   WAM NISHIMOTO WAM:  Slom(wr) HB1823   HD1  SD1 3356 Public  Lands;  Reopening  Lease;   Mediation;  Arbitration Requires  mediation  in  disputes  regarding  the  fair  market  value  or  fair  market  rental  of   public  lands.    Provides  for  binding  arbitration  in  the  event  of  unsuccessful  mediation.     Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) WTL/JDL,   WAM ONISHI,  etal JDL:  Ihara(wr);  WTL:   Ihara(wr),  L.   Thielen(no);  WAM:  L.   Thielen(wr) HB1692   HD2  SD2 3357 Hawaii  Tourism  Authority;   Marketing  Plan;  Annual  Report Amends  requirements  for  HTA's  tourism  marketing  plan  to  require  a  single-­‐document   Hawaii  tourism  marketing  plan  and  amends  related  HTA  functions.    Makes   housekeeping  amendments  to  HTA's  functions  and  duties.    Amends  requirements  for   annual  report.    Effective  7/1/2030.    (SD2) TSM,   WAM CACHOLA,   etal HB1756   HD1  SD2 3358 Youth;  After-­‐school  Programs;   Resources  for  Enrichment,   Athletics,  Culture,  and  Health   Program;  Appropriation Statutorily  establishes  the  Resources  for  Enrichment,  Athletics,  Culture,  and  Health   program  within  the  Office  of  Youth  Services  to  provide  after-­‐school  programs  in  public   middle  and  intermediate  schools.    Establishes  a  special  fund.    Appropriates  funds  to   establish  the  program  and  one  full-­‐time  position.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HMS/EDU ,  WAM CARROLL,  etal WAM:  Slom(no) HB1958   HD2  SD2 3359 Overtime  Compensation;   Public  Works For  government  public  works  construction  contracts  greater  than  $2,000,  provides   that  overtime  compensation  be  not  less  than  1  1/2  times  the  laborers  or  mechanics   basic  hourly  rate  of  pay  plus  fringe  benefits  and  that  if  the  department  of  labor  and   industrial  relations  determines  that  the  prevailing  wage  is  determined  by  a  group   represented  by  collective  bargaining,  then  the  overtime  and  any  other  premium  shall   be  at  the  same  rates  set  by  the  collective  bargaining  agreement.    Specifies  that  the   overtime  rate  be  as  specified  in  the  collective  bargaining  agreement  when  the  basic   hourly  rate  is  based  on  a  collective  bargaining  agreement.    Effective  07/01/30.    (SD2) JDL,  WAM NAKASHIMA,   etal JDL:  Slom(no);  WAM:   Slom(no) HB2590   HD1  SD2 3360 Voting;  Late  Registration;   Absentee  Polling  Places Allows  voter  registration  at  absentee  polling  places  beginning  in  2016  and  late  voter   registration,  including  on  election  day,  beginning  in  2018.    Appropriates  funds.     Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) JDL,  WAM ING,  etal JDL:  Slom(wr);  WAM:   Slom(wr) HB1652   HD1  SD2 3361 UH-­‐Hilo;  College  of  Pharmacy;   Pilot  Project;  Special  Fund;   Appropriation Establishes  a  five-­‐year  pilot  project  at  the  Daniel  K.  Inouye  college  of  pharmacy  at  the   University  of  Hawaii  at  Hilo  that  ensures  the  financial  self-­‐sufficiency  of  the  college.     Establishes  a  special  fund  for  the  college  of  pharmacy.    Appropriates  moneys  from  the   special  fund.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HRE,   WAM CHOY HRE:  Slom(no);   WAM:  L.  Thielen(wr),   Slom(no) HB1551   SD2 3362 Department  of  Education;   Hawaiian  Education  Programs;   Appropriation Establishes  the  office  of  Hawaiian  education  for  the  purpose  of  providing  instruction   to  public  school  students  on  Hawaiian  history,  culture,  and  language.    Requires  reports   to  the  legislature.    Makes  an  appropriation  for  the  office  of  Hawaiian  education.     Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) EDU/HW N,  WAM HANOHANO WAM:  Slom(no) HB2169   HD1  SD1 3363 Tourism  Stimulus  Incentives;   Income  Tax  Credit;  Hotel  and   Resort  Construction  and   Renovation;  GET  Exemption;   Use  Tax  Exemption Provides  qualified  employers  a  nonrefundable  income  tax  credit  of  a  percentage  of   wages  paid  to  qualified  employees  for  a  period  after  completion  of  hotel  and  resort   construction  or  renovation.    Provides  a  general  excise  tax  and  a  use  tax  exemption  for   certain  hotel  and  resort  construction  or  renovation.    Effective  7/1/2030.    (SD1) TSM,   WAM BROWER,  etal WAM:  L.  Thielen(wr)
  13. 13. Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #13  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) HB2282   HD1  SD2 3364 High  Technology  Development   Corporation;  Small  Business   Innovation  Research  Grants;   Hawaii  Capital  Loan  Revolving   Fund;  Hawaii  Technology   Development  Corporation Part  I:    Amends  section  206M-­‐15,  Hawaii  Revised  Statutes,  to  add  Phase  II  or  III  Small   Business  Innovation  Research  grants  to  qualifying  criteria.    Increases  the  ceiling  on   transfers  from  the  Hawaii  Capital  Loan  Revolving  Fund  from  $100,000  to  an   unspecified  amount.    Part  II:    Reestablishes  the  high  technology  innovation   corporation.    Changes  the  name  of  the  High  Technology  Development  Corporation  to   Hawaii  Technology  Development  Corporation.    Effective  1/20/2050.    (SD2) EGH/TEC,   WAM SOUKI  br EGH:  L.  Thielen(no) HB2179   HD1  SD1 3365 Lower  Hamakua  Ditch;   Irrigation;  Temporary  Toll  Cap   Limits  the  toll  that  the  Department  of  Agriculture  may  charge  for  water  from  Lower   Hamakua  Ditch.    Repeals  on  6/30/2019.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) AGL,   WAM ONISHI,  etal HB1772   HD1  SD1 3366 GET;  Exemption;  Patient-­‐ Centered  Community  Care;   Veterans  Affairs Exempts  from  the  general  excise  tax  amounts  received  by  a  contractor  of  the  Patient-­‐ Centered  Community  Care  Program  established  by  the  United  States  Department  of   Veterans  Affairs  for  costs  or  advances  to  third  party  health  care  providers.    Effective   7/1/2050.    (SD1) PSM/HTH ,  WAM TAKAI,   BELATTI HB1288   HD1  SD1 3367 Order  of  Succession;   Lieutenant  Governor Clarifies  that  the  successor  to  the  Office  of  Lieutenant  Governor,  when  the  Office  of   Lieutenant  Governor  becomes  vacant,  must  be  a  member  of  the  same  political  party   as  the  Governor.    Clarifies  the  order  of  succession  if  the  Lieutenant  Governor  is   temporarily  absent  from  the  State  or  temporarily  disabled.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) JDL,  WAM SOUKI HB866   HD2  SD2 3368 Sewer  Systems  Servicing;   Hawaiian  Home  Lands Clarifies  counties'  ownership  of  and  responsibility  for  certain  existing  sewer  systems   and  facilities  servicing  Hawaiian  Home  Lands.    Requires  the  counties  to  accept   dedication  or  license  of  and  responsibility  for  certain  other  sewer  systems  and   facilities  servicing  Hawaiian  Home  Lands.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HWN/PS M,  WAM SOUKI  br WAM:  Slom(wr) HB493   HD1  SD2 3369 Animal  Cruelty;  Import  and   Sale  of  Ivory  Products;   Prohibitions;  Penalties Establishes  the  offense  of  the  unlawful  sale  or  trade  of  ivory  products  for  any  person   who  imports,  sells,  offers  to  sell,  or  possesses  with  the  intent  to  sell  any  ivory  product   and  creates  exemptions  for  the  sale  or  trade  of  ivory  products.    Effective  7/1/2050.     (SD2) JDL,  WAM WOOLEY HB1539   HD1  SD2 3370 Hawaii  Public  Housing   Authority;  Housing  Choice   Voucher  Program Requires  termination  of  a  housing  choice  voucher  upon  the  death  or  removal  from   assistance  of  the  last  original  family  member  or  upon  the  youngest  minor  of  the  family   reaching  the  age  of  twenty-­‐one  or  twenty-­‐three  if  the  minor  is  a  full-­‐time  student.     Effective  7/1/2525.    (SD2) HMS,   WAM CABANILLA,   etal HB1564   HD1  SD1 3371 Veterans'  Services;   Cemeteries;  Counties;  Federal   Funding Requires  the  counties  to  obtain  approval  from  the  office  of  veterans'  services  prior  to   any  action  that  may  impact  the  State's  obligation  to  establish  and  maintain  veterans   cemeteries.    Effective  7/1/2030.    (SD1) PSM,   WAM EVANS HB1576   HD1  SD2 3372 Increase  in  Monthly  Board   Rate  for  Foster  Care  Services;   Appropriation Increases  the  monthly  board  rate  for  foster  care  services.    Makes  an  appropriation.     Requires  DHS  to  report  on  impact  of  board  rate  increase.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HMS,   WAM CARROLL HB2038   HD1  SD2 3373 Human  Trafficking;   Department  of  Labor  and   Industrial  Relations Establishes  the  Human  Trafficking  Victim  Services  Fund  to  be  administered  by  the  DLIR   to  provide  support  and  services  to  human  trafficking  victims.    Effective  7/1/2300.     (SD2) JDL,  WAM AWANA,  etal JDL:  Slom(no);  WAM:   Slom(no) HB1974   HD2  SD1 3374 Workers'  Compensation   Medical  Fee  Schedule;   Appropriation Requires  DLIR  to  update  the  workers'  compensation  medical  fee  schedule  annually.     Authorizes  DLIR  to  establish  a  workers'  compensation  medical  fee  ceiling  that  exceeds   110%  of  the  fees  prescribed  in  the  Medicare  Resource  Based  Relative  Value  Scale  for   Hawaii.    Makes  appropriations.    Sunsets  6/30/2019.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD1) JDL,  WAM NAKASHIMA,   AQUINO,  Ing JDL:  Slom(wr);  WAM:   Slom(wr) HB1514   HD1  SD2 3375 Coffee  Berry  Borer;   Appropriations;  Subsidy   Program Appropriates  moneys  for  mitigation  of,  and  education  relating  to,  the  coffee  berry   borer.    Establishes  a  pesticide  subsidy  program  until  June  30,  2019,  for  the  purchase  of   pesticides  containing  Beauveria  bassiana  to  combat  the  coffee  berry  borer.    Effective   7/1/2030.    (SD2) AGL/ENE,   WAM LOWEN,  etal
  14. 14. Bill  Digest  for  April  8,  2014  -­‐  Final  and  Third  Reading  Bills Page  #14  of  18 Bill  # SSCR    Subject      Description Referral Introducers Votes  (no  &  wr) HB1491   HD1  SD1 3376 University  of  Hawaii;  Budget;   Program  Execution;  Special   Funds Requires  the  University  of  Hawaii  to  provide  written  notice  to  the  director  of  finance   no  less  than  fifteen  days  prior  to  any  transfer  of  special  fund  moneys  between  special   funds  and  prior  to  any  use  of  special  fund  moneys  for  purposes  outside  of  the   statutory  purpose  of  the  special  fund.    Requires  the  University  of  Hawaii  to  provide   written  notice  to  the  director  of  finance  no  less  than  fifteen  days  prior  to  any  transfer   of  appropriated  funds  and  positions  for  the  operating  cost  category  among  programs,   and  among  cost  elements  in  a  program.    Effective  July  1,  2525.    (SD1) HRE,   WAM CHOY HB737   HD2  SD1 3377 Special  Purpose  Revenue   Bonds;  Agricultural  Enterprises Authorizes  the  State  to  issue  special  purpose  revenue  bonds  for  all  agricultural   enterprises  in  the  State,  rather  than  only  agricultural  enterprises  serving  important   agricultural  lands.  Contingent  upon  ratification  of  constitutional  amendment   authorizing  the  State  to  issue  special  purpose  revenue  bonds  and  use  the  proceeds   from  the  bonds  to  assist  agricultural  enterprises.    Effective  July  1,  2030,  and  upon   voter  ratification.    (SD1) AGL,   WAM WOOLEY,   ONISHI WAM:  Slom(wr) HB570 3378 Unlicensed  Contractors;   Increased  Penalties;  Elders Increases  the  fine  against  unlicensed  contractors  who  commit  licensing  violations   against  elders. CPN,   WAM ICHIYAMA,   etal HB849   HD2  SD2 3379 Department  of  Defense;   Emergency  Management Recodifies  Hawaii's  emergency  management  statutes  by  updating  the  statutes,   clarifying  the  relationship  between  the  state  and  county  emergency  management   agencies,  and  delineating  the  emergency  management  functions  and  powers  of  the   Governor  and  mayors.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) PSM/JDL,   WAM SOUKI  br HB1977   HD2  SD1 3380 Collective  Bargaining;   Arbitration Requires  any  further  provisions  each  party  is  proposing  for  inclusion  in  the  final   position  in  a  collective  bargaining  arbitration  to  be  limited  to  those  specific  proposals   that  were  submitted  in  writing  to  the  other  party  and  were  the  subject  of  collective   bargaining  up  to  the  time  of  impasse.    Provides  the  arbitration  panel  with  authority  to   determine  if  final  positions  submitted  are  compliant  with  statutory  requirements.     (SD1) JDL,  WAM NAKASHIMA,   Ing JDL:  Slom(wr);  WAM:   L.  Thielen(wr),   Slom(wr) HB2277   HD1  SD2 3381 Health  Care  Transformation;   Appropriation Establishes  the  Office  of  Health  Care  Transformation  within  the  State  Health  Planning   and  Development  Agency,  and  changes  the  agency's  name  to  the  Hawaii  Health  Care   Planning  and  Policy  Authority.    Establishes  the  Health  Care  Transformation  Special   Fund.    Extends  from  July  1,  2015,  to  June  30,  2050,  the  Health  Care  Transformation   Program,  which  is  temporarily  placed  within  the  Office  of  the  Governor,  and  effective   July  1,  2050,  transfers  the  Health  Care  Transformation  Program  to  the  Hawaii  Health   Care  Planning  and  Policy  Authority.    Appropriates  funds.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) HTH,   WAM SOUKI  br WAM:  Kidani(wr),   Slom(no) HB1588   HD2  SD2 3382 Civil  Service  Law;  Qualified   Community  Rehabilitation   Programs Amends  the  civil  service  exemption  for  personal  service  contracts  for  custodial  and   grounds  maintenance  services  with  qualified  community  rehabilitation  programs  to   last  no  more  than  one  year  and  at  a  cost  of  $850,000  per  contract.    Effective   7/1/2050.    (SD2) HMS/JDL,   WAM SOUKI,   CARROLL HMS:  Taniguchi(wr);   WAM:  Slom(wr) HB2468   SD2 3383 Agricultural  Quarantine   Facility;  Studies;  Agricultural   Foreign-­‐trade  Zone;  HTDC;   Agricultural  Technology  Park;   Agritourism;  Appropriation Authorizes  DBEDT,  in  collaboration  with  DOA,  to  perform  studies  and  analysis  relating   to:    (1)  Establishing  facilities  on  the  island  of  Hawaii  for  quarantine  inspection  and   treatment  and  handling  imported  and  exported  commodities;  and  (2)  Implementation   of  designated  foreign-­‐trade  zone  sites.    Creates  an  agricultural  technology  park  under   the  HTDC.    Makes  appropriations.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) AGL/EGH,   WAM TSUJI,  etal AGL:  L.  Thielen(wr);   EGH:  L.  Thielen(wr);   WAM:  L.  Thielen(wr),   Ruderman(wr) HB2509   HD1  SD2 3384 Motor  Vehicle  Tires;   Abandoned  Tires;  Removal;   Appropriation Appropriates  funds  to  assist  communities  affected  by  discarded  or  abandoned  tires  by   providing  funds  for  programs  promoting  the  removal  of  abandoned  tires  that  have   been  illegally  dumped  from  the  landscape,  including  funding  county  abandoned  tire   removal  programs.    Effective  7/1/2050.    (SD2) ENE,   WAM RHOADS

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