The Hawaii State Legislature is considering a bill to implement the United Nation’s totalitarian Agenda 2030 and codify it into state law.
Senate Bill No. 694 (SB 694), the “Hawaii State Planning Act,” is sponsored by 20 of the 25 members of the Hawaii Senate. It unanimously passed the Senate on March 9, 2021, and was sent to the House for consideration.
The bill follows Executive Order No. 18‑06, signed by Governor David Ige in 2018, which ordered all state agencies to work toward implementing Agenda 2030 by its target date. Additionally, the Hawaii Senate has previously sought to implement Agenda 2030, other introduced legislation references the program, and the UN has congratulated Hawaii for these efforts. Source: New American (Read More)
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