Governor Lingle seeking input and comments on legislation

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow)- Governor Lingle is asking for the public's input and comments on legislation passed this session by the 2010 Hawaii Legislature. The Governor has until July 6 to sign, veto or allow the measures to become law without her signature.

A list of these bills may be found at this website.

Governor Lingle says she is seeking comments on bills from individuals, businesses, industry and professional associations, labor unions, nonprofit groups, and community organizations statewide.  In addition, the governor's office  is soliciting input from the counties, law enforcement agencies and state boards and commissions.

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