The House and Senate are reviewing a measure requiring more disclosure on the part of police agencies that stalled last year after passing both chambers.
Thousands of positions thought to be vacant may not be empty after all.
A Senate panel also approved $5 billion in capital improvement projects.
A new financial plan taps into mostly unused funds while moving around money for affordable housing and Aloha Stadium.
If details on social distancing and constitutionality can be worked out, the Hawaii Legislature could meet this month.
Other governments and agencies are meeting using technology. Our lawmakers should too. There is just too much pressing business that demands attention.
Tempers over the Ige administration’s slow response to the growing pandemic boiled over Friday at a special Senate committee hearing.
Confusion within the Ige administration over Hawaii’s collective bargaining law is slowing aid to departments feeling the crunch of the coronavirus crisis.