Legislation Update

Aloha Midwives Alliance of Hawaii members and supporters,
UPDATE: 3/16/17: On 3/16/17 HB1312_SD2 that was heard in the House Committee on Health has been deferred.

Midwives Alliance of Hawaii believes that the best way to move forward with legislation is to continue to support the principle of midwifery licensure.

House Committee on Health:
Chair: Rep. Della Au Belatti (808) 586-9425 repbelatti@capitol.hawaii.gov
Vice Chair: Rep. Bert Kobayashi (808) 586-6310 repkobayashi@capitol.hawaii.gov
Rep. Sharon E. Har (808) 586-8500 rephar@capitol.hawaii.gov
Rep. Dee Morikawa (808) 586-6280 repmorikawa@capitol.hawaii.gov
Rep. Marcus Oshiro (808) 586-6700 repmoshiro@capitol.hawaii.gov
Rep. Chris Todd (808) 586-8480 reptodd@capitol.hawaii.gov
Rep. Andria P.L. Tupola (808) 586-8465 reptuploa@capitol.hawaii.gov
Please click below for further explanation of the legislative process:

Hawaii legislative process: The Public Access Room: http://lrbhawaii.org/par/

Becoming a certified professional midwife (CPM) including the experienced midwife pathway: narm.org/certification/

If you have any questions regarding the legislative process, please, always feel free to visit:

Mahalo for all your support! We welcome any feedback or questions




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Midwives Alliance of Hawaii (MAH) was founded as a domestic non-profit organization in May 1993 and was re-birthed in August 2011. We are currently working on becoming a 501(c)3 federally recognized non-profit.


MAH is pleased to work with all who are interested in midwifery as a standard of care for women and babies.


MAH provides families access to safe, quality midwives who believe that pregnancy and childbirth are healthy natural processes. 


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