Moms Demand Gun Action joined Governor Ige at HB 2075 bill signing. From the governor: Making democracy work in tough times Read more HAWAI‘I at COP26: Governor and Mrs. Ige with state delegation members Suzanne Case, Anukriti Hittle and Scott Glenn. Tax rebate, minimum wage hike, other help on the way Read more Keiki under age 5 can now be protected from COVID-19 with vaccinations. Children under age 5 eligible for COVID-19 vaccines Read more Bills for ocean protection and green jobs youth corps will help maintain our state’s resources. Safeguarding aquatic resources, creating green jobs Read more Student support led to a bill recognizing the importance of ʻōhiʻa lehua. Bill signed to name ʻōhiʻa lehua as state endemic tree Read more Legislators and the governor worked together to maintain gun safety provisions. Keeping Hawai‘i protected through gun safety laws Read more Governor and Mrs. Ige with students, legislators and other advocates for SB 2821. Bill addresses ‘period poverty’ for public, charter school students Read more Governor Ige, legislators and LGBTQ+ community supporters gather at Bishop Museum. Supporting the LGBTQ+ community to prevent discrimination Read more First Lady Dawn Amano Ige (center), legislators and other women leaders joined the governor in celebrating the 50th anniversary of Title IX and paying tribute to its major author, Patsy Mink. Title IX’s 50th anniversary: a milestone for equality Read more Governor and Mrs. Ige with journalism students and advisor Cindy Reves. Student journalists protected Read more Mrs. Ige will feature “Snow Angel, Sand Angel” in her July storytime series and talk with well-known author Lois-Ann Yamanaka. ‘Seamless Summer’ and ‘Oceans of Possibilities’ Read more

Our Priorities

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On April 22, 2020, Hawaii was awarded $9,993,387 in federal funding from the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund as part of the CARES Act. Governor Ige convened the GEER Advisory Group of education leaders from Hawai’i’s public, private, and charter schools to address the unprecedented needs that emerged due to the pandemic.

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The Road To Home

To provide housing for Hawai‘i over the next several years, the state housing agencies will continue to leverage state funds and reduce regulatory barriers to increase the inventory of affordable housing.

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Preserving our ʻĀina

The Sustainable Hawai‘i Initiative focuses on protecting our waters, preserving our land and increasing food production for our communities.



Bills Signed in 2022

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Final Approval or Veto deadline: July 12

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David Ige

Governor David Y. Ige was sworn in as the eighth governor of the State of Hawai‘i on December 1, 2014. He became the fourth native-born Governor of Hawai‘i and first governor in the United States of America of Okinawan descent.

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Today I signed four bills that will advance Hawaiʻi’s clean energy economy. Last week’s US Supreme Court decision limiting the federal government’s ability to fight climate change underscores why it is so important for states to act and lead by example. For Hawaiʻi, it is critical that we transition to a clean energy economy as quickly as practicable, and the four bills I signed today will help ensure that Hawaiʻi continues to move forward as a national and global leader on sustainability. 1. House Bill 1800 is a major step forward for Hawaiʻi in becoming a clean energy economy. By setting an interim target for 2030 to be at least 50% below 2005 emissions, Hawaiʻi continues to set targets based on the science and in alignment with the US and global commitments to act. 2. House Bill 1801 moves state government forward to lead by example on reducing energy costs by being more efficient. At a time when oil prices are going up, taking action to reduce electricity use in government saves everyone more money. 3. House Bill 2089 changes the way we calculate our progress on switching to renewable energy. Up until now, it was based on sales, but with HB 2089, we will focus on actual generation so that 100% means 100%. 4. Senate Bill 2570 provides incentives to further hydrogen vehicles on the road. This is especially important for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles like trucks and semis and other emerging innovative transportation technologies. Achieving our clean energy transformation goals is something that has been very important to my administration. These four measures will be critical in our efforts to transition the state away from imported fuels and towards renewable, local and secure sources of affordable energy. ... See MoreSee Less
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19 hours ago

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Bill Signing Ceremony: Renewable energy, climate mitigation, and clean transportation. ... See MoreSee Less
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20 hours ago

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Today, President Joe Biden awarded the Medal of Honor to two U.S. Army soldiers from Hawai‘i, Staff Sergeant Edward N. Kaneshiro (posthumous) and Specialist Five Dennis M. Fujii. Join me in honoring these service members and their families. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

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Bill Signing Ceremony for bills related to affordable housing ... See MoreSee Less
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Bill Signing Ceremony for Broadband & Digital Equity bills ... See MoreSee Less
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