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Topic - Hawaii Legislature
Do you want to get fertility treatments in Hawaii? If you're married, there's a good chance that the treatments will be covered by insurance.
The Hawaii Legislature on Tuesday approved a $12.1 billion state budget that reduces spending to reflect lower revenue and wrapped up work on hundreds of bills as the session drew near its close.
A key committee in the Hawaii Legislature approved a proposal to give $1.5 million to the state's troubled health exchange, but the funding amount was well below the $4.7 million that officials from the Hawaii Health Connector had recently asked for.
For Gerilyn Pinnow, every dollar that goes to treat her son's autism is one less she's able to save for her daughter's college education.
There's a juggling act going on at the Hawaii Legislature as lawmakers negotiate the finer details of hundreds of bills.
Plenty of measures that have been proposed in the Hawaii Legislature no longer have a shot this session, including bills to ease access to medical marijuana and outlaw shark and ray fishing.
With the Hawaii Legislature poised to usher in the legalization of same-sex marriage, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints appears to be shifting its approach from offense to defense.