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HONOLULU —   The DLNR Division of State Parks will close the Pu‘u ‘Ualaka‘a  (Tantalus) state wayside all day on Thursday, July 19 while a tree contractor will be working on removal of a large earpod tree and other tree trimming in the park. The tree is fairly large so the whole parking lot will be ...
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State & City-County Jet Skis Bring Hundreds to Shore (Honolulu) – Compared to the past two Independence Day flotillas off Waikiki, this year’s was tame. Officers from the DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement (DOCARE) joined with counterparts from the Honolulu Ocean Safety and Lifeguard Services Division and the U.S. Coast Guard to show ...
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Strong, steady and strategic. Whether it’s helping disaster victims recover or improving the lives of working families, Governor Ige has committed to delivering on the state’s most pressing challenges. This edition highlights the latest efforts for disaster relief, new laws to expand affordable housing, education, and environmental and consumer protection, the launch of major state ...
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A home you can afford. A Hawai‘i that’s healthy and safe. A good education and jobs that pay a living wage. Those are some of the goals Governor Ige committed to when he first took office. Now, those goals are becoming a reality with several bills the governor has signed into law and strides already ...
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From temporary shelters to FEMA relief centers, farm loans and state and federal aid of all types — the message to disaster survivors on three islands is clear: “You’re not alone.” Governor Ige, the federal government and a multitude of state and county agencies have mobilized to offer support — on the ground and in ...
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In recent months, Governor Ige and several state agencies have announced major construction projects as well as continuing to build more housing to meet pent-up demand. “We’ve made strategic decisions at a time when the construction industry is slowing,” said the governor. “Transportation and education capital projects totaled $355 million during the first four months ...
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If you want to know where the story of Hawai‘i’s Japanese people begins, the answer lies in the Gannenmono — the first group of 148 contract laborers from Japan recruited to work on the islands’ sugar plantations. They arrived in Honolulu Harbor in 1868 and were the first of the 180,000 Japanese workers who changed ...
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The name sounds like child’s play, but the vision is real: Creating workspaces such as the Entrepreneur’s Sandbox in Kaka‘ako that support technology and innovation — the foundation for the Ige administration’s goal of creating 80,000 new jobs paying $80,000 a year by 2030. An April groundbreaking ceremony for the $7.3 million project marked the ...
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What started as an idea from Governor Ige to tap local tech talent to improve state services has gone on to win the top State IT Innovation of the Year award from StateScoop, based in Washington, D.C. The annual award honors the nation’s most outstanding efforts to make state and local government more efficient and ...
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ACT 022, HB2342 HD1 SD1, 06/04/2018

Posted on Jun 7, 2018 in Main

RELATING TO CONSUMER CREDIT REPORTING AGENCIES. Expands the methods by which a consumer may request a security freeze. Specifies that a consumer credit reporting agency shall not charge a fee for placing, lifting, or removing a security freeze on a consumer’s credit report or for placing or removing a security freeze on a protected consumer’s ...
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