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Anti-urination bill doesn’t make sense

  • STAR-ADVERTISER / AUG. 2015

    Kaka’ako resident Rico Leffanta writes that the anti-urination bill is yet another example of legislative ignorance. Complaints about urine and feces left in public places have prompted state Rep. Gene Ward to introduce a measure to impose fines of up to $2,000 for repeat offenders who relieve themselves in certain spots.

Yet another classic example of legislative ignorance. Honolulu does not provide drinking fountains, toilets or hand-washing facilities for public use in the downtown area… Read more

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