How a Bill Becomes a Law Part 3
From Rep Beth Fukumoto Chang, April 21, 2016
It's hard to believe we only have two weeks left in the 2016 Legislative Session! If you'd like to know more about what we do here at the Capitol, click here for the third part of my "How a Bill Becomes a Law" fact sheet. Part Three discusses the three different scenarios a bill can go through after passing Second Crossover.
How a Bill Becomes a Law Pt. 3
Click here for Part One and Two of our How a Bill Becomes a Law series.
Celebrating Earth Day in the Legislature by wearing natural fiber clothing. Thank you Rep. Cynthia Thielen for giving us our Hemp Aloha Shirts. We live on a beautiful planet, let's take care of it. Happy Earth Day!
Free Document Shredding
AARP Hawaii and Access Corporation are teaming up for free document shredding events at the Access Information Management Destruction Plants in Aiea (Oahu), Kailua-Kona (Hawaii Island) and Wailuku (Maui).
The public is invited to bring old tax forms, bank statements, and other sensitive papers for convenient and confidential on site destruction. This is a drive through and drop-off event with unloading assistance available. Staples and paperclips do not need to be removed. AARP membership is not required. Limit of four file boxes or bags of paper per vehicle occupant.
Participants are encouraged to bring donations of brown rice and canned goods to benefit Hawaii's hungry families. All donations will stay in the community and be given to the Hawaii Foodbank on the island on which the shredding event is taking place.
Registration is not required for participation in these events.
Click on the link to go to the Access Corporation website and get directions to the site:
AIEA LOCATION: 98-736 Moanalua Loop, Aiea, HI 96701
KAILUA-KONA LOCATION: Big Island Record and Destruction Center
73-4164 Huli Koa Dr #5, Kailua Kona, HI 96740
WAILUKU LOCATION: Maui Record and Destruction Center
124 Manea Pl, Wailuku, HI 96793
Click here to listen to my interview with Mike Buck of The Answer AM 690. Last Monday (4/11), we discussed the rail, affordable housing, agricultural land, early release of prisoners, sit-lie bans, and homelessness.
It was an honor to attend the 37th annual Hawaii Prayer Breakfast last Friday (4/15). Former placekicker for the University of Hawaii Warriors and Denver Bronco, Jason Elam, was this year's Keynote Speaker.