From Hawai'i Republican Party <[email protected]>
Subject Moving Measures in the House
Date March 18, 2023 6:43 PM
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Republican Caucus Report

Aloha Friends and Neighbors

The House Republican Caucus is working hard to represent the best interests of the State of Hawaii. This week was filled with committee meetings and floor debates. A controversial bill crossed over from the senate to the House. SB1 ([link removed]) relating to abortion was a hot topic this week. Our legislators fought valiantly in favor of life!
This week Representatives Ward and Alcos participated in a Safe Streets rally at the Capitol, honoring those who have recently been victims of traffic accidents and calling for safer roads for all.

Rep. Alcos hosted his first Town Hall this past week where he invited all of his community to discuss issues important to them and give his legislative update.

Rep. Elijah Pierick went to Kaleiopuu Elementary School and read to the students. It was a great time of community engagement and laughter for everyone.

On behalf of the Villages of Kapolei Association, Rep. Garcia would like to express his sincere gratitude to all the volunteers who participated in the annual community cleanup. Your hard work and dedication to keeping the community clean and beautiful are truly appreciated.

Representative Alcos participated in the AARP Community Policing event in his community. He was joined by Mayor Rick Blangiardi and several other community leaders.

Representative Elijah Pierick was in the news advocating for his residents in Ewa (Hoopili). A housing developer promised that power lines would be underground, however, overhead power lines are going up instead. Rep. Elijah Pierick reached out to both the developer and HECO asking them to keep their promise to keep the power lines underground.
The following measures have PASSED the first crossover and are moving to the Senate. To track these bills, submit testimony, and more, visit the capitol website ([link removed]) or click the bill numbers below.

Rep. Matsumoto
HB 942 ([link removed]) - Relating to Emergency Medical Response
HB 1145 ([link removed]) - Relating to Adult Changing Stations

Rep. Alcos
HB 1437 ([link removed]) - Relating to Crime
HB 1206 ([link removed]) - Relating to State Permitting Office

The following bills have been heavily debated on the floor. Read more about them with the links below:

HB 426 ([link removed]) - Relating to Firearms
HB 981 ([link removed]) - Relating to Criminal History Background Checks
HB 132 ([link removed]) - Relating to Elections
HB 1336 ([link removed]) - Relating to Criminal Justice Reform
SB 1 ([link removed]) - Relating to Abortion

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