intent to veto list.
At this time, details of vetos are not yet known. This list is only to inform the Legislature of bills being considered for veto.
The final veto decision is
July 6. The Governor can only veto the measures that are on this list, all others will become law with or without his signature.
The governor also has the option of proposing an amended version of a bill, and lawmakers can approve the amendments with a simple majority. The governor must then sign the amended version in 10 days for it to become law.
Of those on the intent to veto list, the following bills contain direct references to the Department of Education:
HB200 - Executive Branch Budget Appropriations
HB515 - Audit; DOE; School Food Services Branch; BOE; Superintendent
HB546 - Requires complex area superintendents to report directly to the superintendent of education. Requires reports.
HB613 - State Programs; DOE; ESSER Funds; CARES Act; CRRS Appropriations Act; Appropriation
HB817 - Procurement; Produce Contracts; Local Produce; Specifications
HB862 - Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems; University of Hawaii at Hilo;
Challenger Center Hawaii Program; Tourism Special Fund; Hawaii Tourism Authority; County Transient Accommodations Tax; Appropriation
HB1296 (page 10) - Hawaii Tobacco Settlement Special Fund; Hawaii Tobacco Prevention and Control Trust Fund; Repeal; Emergency Appropriation; Governor; Cigarette Taxes; UH; Threat Assessment Team Program; DHRD;
HB1299 (page 16) - DOA; DAGS; DBEDT; DOE; DOH; DLIR; DLNR; DHS; PSD; DCCA; DHHL; UH; AG; DOT; Non-General Funds. Private Trade, Vocational, and Technical School Licensure Special Fund.
SB807 - Education; DOE; Academic and Financial Plan; Report
SB811 - Requires the department of education to publish a weekly report on schools that have reported positive COVID-19 cases.