Hawaiʻi Governor Mulls Passed Bills for Signature or Veto By Catherine Cruz • May 21, 2019 ShareTweetEmail David Ige has until June to determine if he will sign or veto bills passed by the legislature. Credit 15th Wing / Pacific Air Forces Governor David Ige has one month to let lawmakers know which bills he intends to veto. His staff is currently reviewing other bills for him to sign or for passage without his signature. Listen Listening... / 18:06 Tags: David Ige2019 legislative sessionhpr newsShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Governor Asks Lawmakers to Revive Water Rights Bill By HPR News Staff • Apr 18, 2019 East Maui Irrigation Co. Gov. David Ige has asked state lawmakers to revive a bill that would extend water permits held by private users, a measure that a Senate committee shelved earlier this session. Fight Over Coffee Labeling Stalls at State Capitol By Ryan Finnerty • Apr 25, 2019 PxHere Hawaii’s coffee farmers have failed again to gain additional protections for their crop. It is a recurring issue during each year’s legislative session, which has consistently failed to gain traction. Congress Considers Tobacco Restriction Aimed at Curbing Teen Vaping By Ryan Finnerty • May 14, 2019 Department of Defense Stock Photo The Hawaii state legislature adjourned this year without taking much action to reduce teen vaping, but members of the U.S. Congress are now pursuing tobacco legislation at the federal level. Ozawa-Waters Race Highlights Flaws in Hawaiʻi's Voting System By Ryan Finnerty • Apr 16, 2019 Federal Voting Assistance Program Problems counting mail-in ballots and an extremely small margin created chaos in the 2018 Honolulu City Council election between Tommy Waters and Trevor Ozawa. Several bills at the legislature aim to correct those problems.