Aloha e Friends,

I completed my 13th Legislative Session as your State Senator on May 2, 2019.

Some of the session highlights included passing legislation to set up a vote-by-mail system starting with the 2020 elections, creating an Hawai‘i Correctional System Oversight Commission, establishing an electric vehicle charging station rebate program, and implementing the kupuna caregivers program. Here's an overview of the session and things happening in our community that may be of interest to you and your ‘ohana.

A big congrats to all the graduates of James Campbell High, Kapolei High, Waipahu High, Island Pacific Academy, American Renaissance Academy, and Youth Challenge Academy. I wish these graduates great success in their chosen paths in life.

As always, please feel free to contact me at (808)586-6830 or sengabbard@capitol.hawaii.gov if I can help you or your family in any way. You can also follow me on Twitter @senmikegabbard, Instagram @sengabbard, or Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/senmikegabbard

Me ke aloha pumehana, 

Mike Gabbard, State Senator, District 20

Chair, Agriculture and Environment Committee

 


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Latest Press Release

LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES TO RECEIVE UPDATE ON INTERAGENCY BIOSECURITY PLAN

The Senate Committee on Agriculture & Environment, along with the House Committees on Agriculture and Energy & Environmental Protection, will receive a multi-agency briefing on the Hawaii Interagency Biosecurity Plan.

WHO:
Senate Committee on Agriculture and the Environment

House Committee on Agriculture

House Committee on Energy & Environmental Protection
WHAT:
Update on the Hawaii Interagency Biosecurity Plan
WHEN:
Friday, January 25, 2019

9:30 a.m.
WHERE:
Conference Room 309, State Capitol