From Hawai'i Republican Party <[email protected]>
Subject Our House Caucus Wants to Hear from You
Date April 14, 2023 11:40 PM
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Second All-Day Caucus
The House Minority Caucus gathers together with the House Minority Research Office to review all of the bills filed for the final reading. Representative Garcia leads the meeting and asks the members to vote on which bills they want to be added to the consent calendar, bills the entire house wants to pass, and the ordinary calendar, bills they wish to hear on the floor, make a speech, vote no, or with reservations.

Second Crossover

After the all-day caucus, the House and Senate vote on all of the bills in the ordinary calendar. All bills that have passed the third reading will be "crossed back" to their originating chamber. Next week the remaining bills move into the conference committee process.

On Tuesday, Representative Garcia offered the invocation to open floor session. He recited in ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i and English, The Queens Prayer. While she was illegally imprisoned, she prayed for forgiveness and cleansing on those who brought harm to the Hawaiian Kingdom and to the people of Hawai'i. We echo the same prayer up to Akua in 2023 asking for forgiveness and cleansing on our Pae ‘Āina
The Queens Prayer
"Your loving mercy
Is as high as Heaven
And your truth
So perfect

I live in sorrow
You are my light
Your glory, my support

Behold not with malevolence
The sins of man
But forgive
And cleanse

And so, o Lord
Protect us beneath your wings
And let peace be our portion
Now and forever more


Capitol Visitors
Rep. Pierick met with several members of the community that live with disabilities. He took time to listen to their stories and actively advocates for them by voting "yes" on bills that would help them.

Conference Committee Training
Rep. Pierick met with several members of the community that live with disabilities. He took time to listen to their stories and actively advocates for them by voting "yes" on bills that would help them.

Ewa Beach Easter Bash
The Ewa Beach Easter Bash held this past weekend was a great success, bringing together the community, LT Governor, and local Representatives in a celebration of Easter.
The event, organized by Representative Alcos and Senator Favella, featured a range of family-friendly activities, including an Easter egg hunt, games, and live music. The turnout was fantastic, with a strong sense of community spirit and a fun-filled atmosphere throughout the day.

Ark of Safety Church Easter Event
The Kanehili Easter Egg Event was hosted by Ark of Safety Church this past weekend and was a fun-filled activity that Rep. Alcos and Rep. Garcia attended. The event featured an egg hunt, rides, and a petting zoo.

Big Island Visit

Rep. Pierick will be on Big Island May 4-11! He would love to meet with residents of our state while there. Feel free to reach out to him via e-mail to schedule a time with him: [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])

Beer Summit

For his April Beer Summit, Representative Ward was honored to have SHOPO President Bobby Cavaco and Vice President Steve Keogh speak with residents of Hawaii Kai about the organization as well as share their thoughts on how this year's legislative proposals could affect the state of crime in our communities.

Mililani Town Hall
Rep. Matsumoto hosted a Town Hall Monday, April 10, from 6:30-8:00 PM at Mililani District Park Hall to update her on bills moving through the legislative session and address issues facing the Mililani community. The time was productive with Q&A from the community and breakout groups run by her staff to get community feedback.

Protecting Residents
Representative Ward's op-ed, Protecting East O'ahu Residents Is the Main Priority, regarding the imbalance of power in our Legislature was featured in the April 5^th edition of Midweek's East Oahu Voice. Read it online here! ([link removed])

Let's Debate It!
Representative Ward began a new radio show with Former Republican State Senator Sam Slom titled "Let's Debate It!" Join in on the debate about local, national, and international topics every Tuesday from 5pm-6pm on ([link removed]) or
AM690 & 94.3FM.

Both Sides of the Aisle
Every Wednesday morning Representative Ward is on the radio from 6am-7am. Both Sides of the Aisle is on KHVH Radio AM830 ([link removed]) , hosted by Rick Hamada ([link removed]) . Be sure to call in with your questions!
(808) 521-8383

Capitol Convos is an opportunity for conservative Representatives to invite the public into the legislative session. We share information on what is going on at the capitol, how to get involved in the legislative process, address important community issues, and, answer your questions.

Capitol Convos airs live every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 5-6 PM on AM 690 & 94.3 FM The Answer.

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If you have any comments, questions, or concerns that you would like to be addressed by your Representatives, please do not hesitate to reach out! Visit the capitol website for contact information. ([link removed])

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