Hawaii lawmakers tackle bathroom outlaws, gas-free cars
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By CATHY BUSSEWITZ Associated Press
HONOLULU (AP) - Hawaii lawmakers are expected to tackle bills involving for-profit universities, bathroom vandals and renewable energy in the coming week at the Legislature.
On Monday, they'll be discussing a bill that would make it a crime to ruin public restrooms after a slew of incidents around the islands.
They're set to take up a bill Tuesday that would require for-profit universities and colleges to make it clear they're for-profit businesses.
Also Tuesday they could make decisions on some renewable energy bills. One sets a goal for all vehicles to operate using renewable energy by 2045. Another would give communities that host renewable energy projects better electricity rates.
On Friday a public event is set about organizing and reacting to President Donald Trump in the Capitol auditorium.
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