The end is near...of the 2014 session. Neal Milner is back to look at what the legislature wrought - and what's still up for discussion in conference. Time to check your list to see how much of it made it through.
State lawmakers began deliberations today on the state budget in a joint Senate-House conference committee. The largest state funding outlay – about one-third of total spending – goes to Hawai’i’s public school system. HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports.
Very soon, bills still alive will cross over from each side of the Legislature. Today on Town Square, political analyst and social scientist, Neal Milner, looks at the second act of Session 2014 and what we might expect from it.
A State House Committee today passed 4 of the 7 bills introduced this session to restructure the Hawai’i Community Development Authority. This following a day-long hearing Saturday involving many Kaka’ako residents who wanted the state agency abolished. HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports.