February 28, 2019 •
Hawaii Proposed Bill Progresses Through Legislature
A proposed House bill relating to campaign reports is progressing through the Legislature, passing its third reading and arriving in the Senate.
House Bill 165 would require candidates who do not intend to receive or spend more than $1,000 in an election period to notify the Campaign Spending Commission of this intention by June 30 of an election year.
The bill further provides that noncandidate committees that do not receive or spend more than $1,000 in an election period must notify the commission of this intention by the fifth day before the due date of the preliminary report.
The proposed bill would take effect upon its approval.
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