The Hawaii Senate today gave the O.K. to a host of bills that seek to clamp down on the University of Hawaii in light of the failed Stevie Wonder concert that cost the university $200,000.

Some of the measures would limit the Board of Regents‘ authority. Other bills would cut down on costs and reduce what some lawmakers call “administrative bloat.” A few seek to enhance transparency at the university.

Here’s the full list. Click on each bill for more details.

Senate Bill 452

Senate Bill 453

Senate Bill 624

Senate Bill 967

Senate Bill 1384

Senate Bill 1385

Senate Bill 1387

Senate Bill 1388

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