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A bill requiring the creation of a statewide law enforcement standards and training board has become law after Gov. David Ige on Tuesday reversed course and decided not to veto it. The measure, which was opposed by the county police departments, aims to create greater oversight over law enforcement and achieve more uniformity when it comes to standards and training.
Hawaii News – Honolulu Star-Advertiser
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Bill establishing law enforcement board passes without Ige’s signature