Category Archives: Resources

Resources to help citizens participate in the State legislative process

18 Bills Vetoed — Fail to Become Law

The Governor has vetoed 18 bills — check out his statements of objection by clicking on the GM (Governor’s Message) links in this report: Vetoed Bills   Advertisements

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Legislature’s Website: A Few Changes

While you weren’t looking, the Legislature’s homepage (http://capitol.hawaii.gov) has gone through a few changes… • There are 3 additional icons in the center screen – one to access hearings, another for Orders of the Day, and the last to access … Continue reading

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It’s beginning to look a lot like… Session!

The 2019 Regular Session starts up on Wednesday, January 16th. Check out the newly published 2019 Session Calendar on PAR’s “Information Sheets” page. http://lrbhawaii.org/par/legfyi.html

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PAR will be on Hawaii Island, October 29-November 1st!

Our Neighbor Island Outreach starts today on Maui! We’ll be on Maui this week (Oct 15-18), on Kaua’i next week (Oct. 23-25), and on Hawai’i Island two weeks from today (Oct 29-Nov 1).  We’re bringing two new presentations with us … Continue reading

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PAR will be on Kauai, October 23rd – 25th!

Beginners and advanced workshops.

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Maui workshops

With session just over 3 months away, PAR is starting its outreach workshops. Know someone on Maui who wants to know more about adding their voice to the State legislative process? Let them know we’ll be there October 15-18.

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Ahead of the November 6th Election…

Want some background on amending the Constitution and convening a Constitutional Convention? PAR has produced a September newsletter that we hope you’ll find useful!   View it here: http://lrbhawaii.org/par/pub/nl0918.pdf

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