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Wednesday, May 22, 2024 | Back issues
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Gut and replace

HONOLULU — In a case arising from “gut and replace” tactics involving the removal of a bill’s original content and replacing it with something unrelated, the Supreme Court of Hawaii ruled that a bill must receive three readings after the state legislature introduces a non-germane amendment.

Read the opinion here.

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