The public will have a rare opportunity for live, remote testimony to the Legislature.
The governor also signed several measures put forward by the women’s legislative caucus.
Many folks are angry at Hawaii’s governor over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. But booting him from office is not that easy.
The governor has until Sept. 15 to decide. Leaders in the Legislature will be meeting to discuss a potential override.
A new law that could get nursing homes more funds is among those the governor already signed.
Reps. Brower and Cachola lose, but San Buenaventura and Cabanilla move ahead in their efforts to claim Senate seats.
Advocates for greater transparency say the process leaves the public in the dark.
The governor used his line-item veto power to withhold about $366 million in federal relief funds.