Both agencies were the targets of recent critical examinations by State Auditor Les Kondo.
Lawmakers overrode five of the governor’s vetoes on Tuesday, including a bill that will require disclosure of COVID-19 cases in public schools.
Opponents worry that the long-term leases, which may last 100 years or more, amount to a sale of public lands.
State officials say the measure would speed up the cumbersome procurement process, but others worry it would make legitimate bid appeals unaffordable.
But Gov. David Ige questions the need to reduce funding for the Hawaii Tourism Authority and moving around some state agencies.
The state is gathering ideas for development surrounding the stadium as lawmakers move ahead with giving the Stadium Authority more powers.
The fate of two state boards tasked with standardizing police practices and reforming the jail system depends on agreement between the Legislature and Gov. David Ige.
While both proposals appear dead on arrival in the House, lawmakers will still consider scores of other measures related to abortions, taxes and housing development.