Aloha, December has arrived and it is time to prepare for the 2020 Legislative Session. Your legislative team will now include the members of the UHPA Board of Director’s Political Endorsement Committee. We are excited with the expansion of our legislative team. The team prepared the Legislative Agenda for 2020 and presented it first at […]
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Aloha UHPA Members, Starting this week, UHPA will be sending out up-to-date notices as often as every Thursday about legislation, testimony and hearing notices that directly impacts faculty. We’ll only publish articles about issues that affects you and we’ll explain why. On “slow weeks”, we won’t be sending anything out, so when you see an […]
The House and Senate have introduced Bills to ensure that all cost items agreed upon will be included in the 2019 budget. Both Bills have passed through their first committees. We will keep you updated.
COMMITTEE ON HIGHER EDUCATION Senator Donna Mercado Kim, Chair Senator Michelle N. Kidani, Vice Chair COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS Senator Donovan M. Dela Cruz, Chair Senator Gilbert S.C. Keith-Agaran, Vice Chair NOTICE OF INFORMATIONAL BRIEFING DATE: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 TIME: 1:30 P.M. PLACE: Conference Room 211 State Capitol 415 South Beretania Street […]
UHPA Celebrates One of Their Own Newly elected Representative Lisa Kitagawa represents State House District 48. Lisa was born and raised in Kāne‘ohe where her family has lived for over four generations. Lisa is a public school graduate of Castle High School (1998) and continued her education at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Kitagawa […]
UHPA Congratulates Another One of Its Own Senator Jarrett Keohokalole Newly elected Senator Jarrett Keohokalole was elected to the Kāne‘ohe District 24 Senate seat vacated by Senator Jill Tokuda. We congratulate Jarrett on his commitment to walk his Senate District and meet every person who would stop and engage with him in conversation. We appreciate […]
UHPA stands in solidarity with the hotel workers who have been without a contract and believes the request of the 2,700 hotel workers on Oahu and Maui for fair wages and better working conditions is fair and reasonable.
Please Join us on Thursday, July 19, 2018, Kalani High School, 6-8 pm See You There!!
Reminder: The deadline to register to vote online is this Thursday, July 12th. It is very simple and easy to do. Simply visit the link below to begin. You can also request a mail ballot or update your voter registration all online. https://olvr.hawaii.gov/