RULES OF THE SENATE
STATE OF HAWAII
THE NINETEENTH STATE LEGISLATURE
(1997-1998)



PREAMBLE
The members of the Senate do hereby reaffirm the Senate's
dedication to upholding the Constitutions of the United States
and the State of Hawaii, to providing for openness and fairness
in all of its proceedings, and to promoting collaboration and
consultation in its committee work.

The Senate stands as a people-oriented institution that serves
all of the people, whatever their background or persuasion. The
Senate works for the public good and strives to give every
person an equal opportunity to realize his or her highest
potential. The Senate is an open public forum for organized
debate and deliberative consideration of issues.


Table of Contents LRB Library LRB Reports