Hawaii Supreme Court eyes Legislature’s ‘gut-and-replace’ gambit
By Leila Fujimori email@example.com
Aug. 6, 2020
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A change in SB 2858, which started out as a bill requiring annual reporting to improve recidivism rates and inmate rehabilitation, included verbiage requiring hurricane shelters in new state buildings. Above, evacuees waited to be screened last month before entering the Hawai‘i Convention Center, which the American Red Cross set up as a shelter in advance of Hurricane Douglas.