Two bills were introduced in the Hawaiʻi State Legislature’s current session to designate ʻUluʻulu as the state archive for moving images. Senate bill SB2110 and the House companion bill HB2754 have passed their first reading and have been referred to committee for review. These two Bills also establish a special fund and a tax check-off for ʻUluʻulu. Thanks to the Senate committees on Economic Development & Technology and Education and the House committees on Culture & the Arts and Finance for introducing these bills!
You can follow the Bills’ latest status on the Hawaiʻi State Legislature website.