Legislature Pau: Shield Law Fireworks, Unfunded Liabilities and Education

Nathan Eagle/Honolulu Civil Beat

Hawaii lawmakers touted the triumphs of this year’s legislative session as it came to a close Thursday at the Capitol.

Repealing the Public Land Development Corporation, investing in early childhood education, putting millions of dollars toward unfunded liabilities and overhauling the state’s information technology system topped their list.

Legislators also spoke of the compromises they will live with, the work that awaits them and the historic bills they passed while conducting the public’s business over the past four months.

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