This bill (companion bill: SB 2630) will end the harmful practice of driver’s license and vehicle registration “stoppers,” which prevent people from getting to work, taking their children
The Hawaii State Legislature convenes on the third Wednesday in January of each year and continues for sixty session days, which excludes weekends, holidays, and recess days — usually ending in late April or early May. The legislature is part-time and operates with a biennial legislative session, the first year of which starts on odd numbered years. This means that in 2020, the legislature could pass bill that was introduced in 2019. The legislature consists of a House of Representatives and a Senate. The House.