Resolutions don't get passed into law, but they do express the position of the Legislature. While perusing the list of House Concurrent Resolutions, these caught my eye.
Resolutions that name buildings after famous people:
HCR4 Introduced by Rep. John Mizuno
REQUESTING THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO DESIGNATE THE FACILITY OF THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE LOCATED AT 330 SARATOGA ROAD IN HONOLULU, HAWAII AS THE DON HO POST OFFICE BUILDING.
HCR80 Introduced by Rep. Faye Hanohano
REQUESTING THAT PAHOA HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DEDICATE ITS GYMNASIUM IN HONOR OF FORMER REPRESENTATIVE HELENE H. HALE, BY CHANGING THE NAME OF THE GYMNASIUM TO "HELENE H. HALE GYMNASIUM."
HCR303 Introduced by Rep. Dwight Takamine
RENAMING THE NATURAL ENERGY LABORATORY OF HAWAII AUTHORITY AS THE GEORGE R. ARIYOSHI NATURAL ENERGY LAB.
HCR308 - Introduced by Rep. Marcus Oshiro
REQUESTING THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII TO NAME THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK AFTER MR. MYRON "PINKY" THOMPSON.
We have a large Scottish population in Hawaii?
HCR81 - Introduced by Rep. Kirk Caldwell
SUPPORTING THE DESIGNATION OF APRIL 6TH OF EVERY YEAR AS TARTAN DAY IN HAWAII.
Worth a try?
HCR293 - Introduced by Rep. Maile Shimabukuro
URGING THE COMPTROLLER TO TRANSFORM THE POOLS THAT SURROUND THE STATE CAPITOL WITH TRADITIONAL LO‘I STOCKED WITH FISH.
A sad chapter of Hawaii history.
HCR373 - Introduced by Rep. Mele Carroll
EXPRESSING GRATITUDE TO THE RESIDENTS OF KALAUPAPA AND THEIR FAMILIES FOR THE SACRIFICES THEY MADE LIVING IN ISOLATION ON THE ISLAND OF MOLOKAI AND FOR BEING SEPARATED FROM SOCIETY.