Rep. Gene Ward Addresses HB 1651 – Use Tax; Internet Sales

RELATING TO TAXATION.
Report Title: Use Tax; Internet Sales; Out-of-State Sellers; Affiliates
Description: Unless preempted by federal law, requires the collection of use taxes by sellers of tangible personal property who enter into agreements under which a person in the State refers potential purchasers to the seller, including by an internet link or web site, or performs related services in the State on behalf of the seller. Effective July 1, 2030. (HB1651 HD1)
3/4/2014 H Passed Third Reading as amended in HD 1 with Representative(s) Har voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) Evans, Fale, Fukumoto, Johanson, Matsumoto, McDermott, Ohno, Thielen, Ward voting no (9) and none excused (0). Transmitted to Senate.

ward hb 1651-1Contact: repward@capitol.hawaii.gov Excerpt from Capitol TV

Rep. Richard Fale Addresses HB 1651 – Use Tax; Internet Sales

RELATING TO TAXATION.
Report Title: Use Tax; Internet Sales; Out-of-State Sellers; Affiliates
Description: Unless preempted by federal law, requires the collection of use taxes by sellers of tangible personal property who enter into agreements under which a person in the State refers potential purchasers to the seller, including by an internet link or web site, or performs related services in the State on behalf of the seller. Effective July 1, 2030. (HB1651 HD1)

Passed Third Reading as amended in HD 1 with Representative(s) Har voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) Evans, Fale, Fukumoto, Johanson, Matsumoto, McDermott, Ohno, Thielen, Ward voting no (9) and none excused (0). Transmitted to Senate.

fale hb 1651Contact: repfale@capitol.hawaii.gov Excerpt from Capitol TV

Hawaii Kai Community Meeting – Feb 26, 2014

Talk story with you Legislator. Senator Laura Thielen, Senator Sam Slom, Representative Gene Ward and Representative Mark Hashem meet with constituents to discuss major issues facing the Legislature this session. Each Hawaii Kai legislator sits on different committees, which provides a good opportunity for residents to receive and informative legislative update.

Community Meeting Feb 2014 Ward # 5Contact: senthielen@capitol.hawaii.gov senslom@capitol.hawaii.gov repward@capitol.hawaii.gov rephashem@capitol.hawaii.gov

Rep. Richard Fale Addresses HB 2256 – Energy and Food Security

RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE, ENERGY, AND FOOD SECURITY TAX REPEAL DATE.
Report Title: Energy and Food Security
Description: Enables a resource strategy aligned with the State’s 2030 clean energy laws. Revises the environmental response, energy, and food security tax repeal date to June 30, 2030.
2/28/2014 H Passed Third Reading with Representative(s) Johanson, Matsumoto, Ward voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) Aquino, Awana, Cullen, Fale, Fukumoto, Hanohano, McDermott, Yamane voting no (8) and Representative(s) Carroll, Creagan, Har, Thielen, Woodson excused (5). Transmitted to Senate.

FaleContact: repfale@capitol.hawaii.gov Excerpt from Capitol TV

Rep. Gene Ward Addresses HB 1889 – Homeless Persons; Bill of Rights

RELATING TO A HOMELESS PERSON’S BILL OF RIGHTS.
Report Title: Homeless Persons; Bill of Rights
Description: Establishes a homeless person’s bill of rights. Effective July 1, 2050. (HB1889 HD1)
Companion:
2/28/2014 H Passed Third Reading with Representative(s) Awana, Cullen, Fale, Hanohano, Jordan, McKelvey, Oshiro, Ward voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Carroll, Creagan, Har, Thielen, Woodson excused (5). Transmitted to Senate.

HB 1934 WardContact: repward@capitol.hawaii.gov Excerpt from Capitol TV

Rep. Gene Ward Addresses HB 1889 – Homeless Persons; Bill of Rights

RELATING TO A HOMELESS PERSON’S BILL OF RIGHTS.
Report Title: Homeless Persons; Bill of Rights
Description: Establishes a homeless person’s bill of rights. Effective July 1, 2050. (HB1889 HD1)
Companion:
2/28/2014 H Passed Third Reading with Representative(s) Awana, Cullen, Fale, Hanohano, Jordan, McKelvey, Oshiro, Ward voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Carroll, Creagan, Har, Thielen, Woodson excused (5). Transmitted to Senate.

HB 1934 WardContact: repward@capitol.hawaii.gov Excerpt from Capitol TV