03 May Thursday, May 3, 2018 from Kat Brady
*** CAPWATCH *** REPORT FROM THE FRONT *** MAY 3, 2018 *** SINE DIE ***
I AM ECSTATIC TO REPORT THAT THE KAWAILOA YOUTH & FAMILY WELLNESS CENTER PASSED 3RD READING! MAHALO NUI TO EVERYONE WHO CONTACTED A HOUSE MEMBER TO SUPPORT THE BILL. WE DID IT! MAHALO. MAHALO. MAHALO.
Thursday, May 3rd was sine die for the 2018 Legislature. A legislative body adjourns sine die when it adjourns without appointing a day on which to appear or assemble again.
I’m running out, however, I wanted to share this HPR report on the session. I received a call asking if I was disappointed that SB 2047 didn’t pass and would be willing to say so on the radio. The first piece is from Neal Milner, a retired UH Political Science Professor and he goes over some of the big bills. I spoke first on the next section – “Disappointments” about the audit bill and the deaths in our correctional facilities.
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2018 Legislative Season Wrap-up
Each year’s legislative session carries with it the hopes of a great many people, with the promise that pressing issues will be addressed and solutions created — and inevitably, each session has its successes and its disappointments.
Disappointments from 2018 Legislative Season
It’s the final day of the 2018 legislative session at the State Capitol. After months of debate and lobbying, only 41 of the 2260 bills introduced have made it to the Governor’s desk, which left many disappointed stakeholders. We reached out and asked some of them to share their experience.
Intro Music: Drummer by Coconut Records
Outro Music: Hatgini Tani by Al Massrieen
Kat Brady, Kristin Frost Albrecht, Christy Martin
OK, I have to run. Mahalo for caring about our community. I will send out more analysis when I decompress. Passing the Kawailoa bill today, definitely took a lot of the sting out of this session for me. At least there is an expression of concern for our struggling youth. That gives me hope – as does meeting the folks from RYSE.
“Every individual matters.
Every individual has a role to play.
Every individual makes a difference.”