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.
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— Alia Wong