State lawmakers considered more than 500 bills today before a critical legislative deadline, Thursday. Proposed measures must be approved in the originating House in order to crossover to the other chamber for consideration. As HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports, all bills have a long way to go and there are no guarantees, not even for the one of the most popular instruments in Hawai’i.
Some Lawmakers Oppose Ukulele as State Instrument
By Wayne Yoshioka • Mar 4, 2014