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Dozens of bills met the Thursday deadline to pass before the 2020 session ends next week.
Gov. David Ige says a Senate committee’s potential rejection of his appointee is “irresponsible and shameful.”
House Bill 361 now goes to Gov. David Ige for approval or veto.
The defendants are expected to appear before a federal judge Wednesday.
Lawmakers also passed a new spending plan for the coming year. The bills now go to Gov. David Ige for his consideration.
The public safety department is ready to terminate the contract Tuesday.
Updated: Honolulu prosecutor says he will still pursue an assault case.
The Hawaii attorney general’s office says the development is a small victory in the case.
House Bill 285 will now go to the full House and Senate for a final vote.