Maui Mana'o: Episode 13 (2015 Session Episode 3)
Now that the legislature has adjourned, we can recap for you some of the bills that passed and have either been signed into law by the Governor or await his signature. We can also give you an infographic on the State's $26 billion budget so that you can see, by category, how the money is allocated.
The Governor has until July 15 to either sign, veto or allow a bill to become law without his signature. After that date we will know which bills have become law and which will not.
Our goal for the 2015 session was met with the passage of the SB 892, SD2, HD3, CD1, the Hawai'i Resilience and Sustainability Strategy. Taking the long view, we hope to improve Hawai'i's critical infrastructure as well as pro- vide enough broadband for everyone to thrive.
During the interim, I will be working with my colleagues in the Senate to develop our Program of Action for the 2016 legislative session. I hope to build on the work of the Hawai'i Resilience and Sustainability Strategy in order to move us into a brighter future.
Read about these matters in the June 15 issue of our newsletter
Bills Passed by the Hawaii State Legislature, Regular Session of 2015, as of May 7, 2015
Resolutions Adopted by the Hawaii State Legislature, Regular Session of 2015, as of May 7, 2015
Bills Enacted by the Hawaii State Legislature Regular Session of 2015, as of July 14, 2015
Bills Vetoed by the Governor, as of July 14, 2015
Legislative Report Archive
(includes higher resolution print versions)
Regular Session of 2015, as of February 2, 2015