State lawmakers will not reconvene this month to override any of Gov. David Ige’s vetoes.
House Speaker Scott Saiki sent a memorandum Friday informing House members that due to a lack of consensus between the House and Senate, there will be no override session.
Ige last month sent lawmakers a list of 20 bills he intends to veto, including one that would require vacation rental platforms, such as Airbnb and Expedia, to collect, on behalf of the state, transient accommodations taxes from operators. Other bills on the list include ones that would restrict civil asset forfeitures, tax real estate investment trusts and increase the cap on the income tax credit for film and motion picture productions.