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Senate passes more than 170 measures


On April 30, the Hawaii State Senate voted to pass 174 measures, ahead of Thursday, the last day of the 2013 Legislative Session.

It marked the 59th day of the 27th Legislature and the Senate and House are taking final votes on bills agreed to by House and Senate conference committees over the past several days.

The measures passed by the Senate are subject to actions by the House. During final reading, legislators vote on final versions of bills. If the bills pass both houses, the bills are sent to the Governor for consideration.

Thursday, May 2, is the 60th and final day of the 27th Legislative Session.

To see a complete list of measures passed by the Senate, visit:

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