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Legislative Reference Bureau Reports
Requested by the 1994 Session

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1994 Legislation
Bureau Report No.
Bureau Title
SR 209, SD1

No.6, 1994

how to identify a sovereign nation

Examining the Idea of Nationhood for the Native Hawaiian People. (PDF)

HR 376, HD2

No.7, 1994

to determine the feasibility of requiring local "take out" food service establishments to utilize biodegradable or recycled-content materials to package all fast food items manufactured and sold in Hawaii.

The feasibility of requiring food service operations to usebiodegradable or recycled content food packaging. (PDF)

HCR 378, HD1

No.8, 1994

study the feasibility of expanding state regulatory practices to authorize optomeirisis to use therapautic pharmaceuticai agents.

In the eye of the beholder: the feasibility of a therapeutic druglaw for optometrists in Hawaii. (PDF)

HR 392

No.9, 1994

to study the social effects of shipboard gaming. This study examines, in general, the impact of legalized gambling on crime and problem gambling.

Social effects of gambling on floating vessels. (PDF, 7.1MB)

HR 370, HD1

No. 1, 1995

study the means employed by other states conduct a survey of government programs in the State that are mandated or were formerly mandated by the federal government.

Federally mandated state programs during the fiscal biennium1993-1995. (PDF)

HCR 215 & HR 204

No.2, 1995

to determine the most cost effective options the Legislature may use to develop a communication and information system which meets its needs as an independent arm of State government.

Hawaii Calling -- Is There Something Better Than A Coconut Wireless? (PDF, 5.1MB)

SCR 62, SD1
No.3, 1995
study the feasibility of establishing an Energy Commission
Establishing an energy commission: a feasibility study. . (PDF)
HR 200, HD3

No.2, 1996

examine competition among the organizations that offer group health plans in Hawaii and that the first part of the study address the general environment within which health plan providers operate and the features of that environment that influence competition among plan providers.

Competitive practices in Hawaii's health care industry.(HTML)