Here’s What’s Not Passing The Hawaii Legislature This Year

Stay informed and up to date on the Hawaii Legislature and the legislators that you voted for.

On Tuesday the Hawaii Legislature is set to act on hundreds of bills as lawmakers near the halfway mark of the 2019 session.

The bills include measures that increase the minimum wage to $15 by 2022, enact voting by mail across all counties in 2020 and establish a carbon emissions tax.

Those are just some of the pieces of legislation that Civil Beat has been tracking this session out of the more than 3,100 House bills and Senate bills that were introduced in January.

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