Governor Plans to Veto Eight Bills; Rail Tax Extension Survives

Hawaii Gov. David Ige announced Monday that he currently plans to veto eight of the 252 bills the Legislature approved this past session.

Bills to combat sex trafficking, allow University of Hawaii graduate students to unionize and clarify the order of succession for lieutenant governor were among those he’ll potentially veto… (Read more at CivilBeat.com)

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