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Update (April 11, 2016): Hawaii Gov. David Ige (D) signed legislation co-sponsored by two House members (D&H 2179, H.M. 47), which mandates single-payer healthcare for Hawaii, along with removing contracts from copayments. In addition to requiring Hawaii to establish a compact of government or contracting agencies with supplemental program funds, makes it mandatory for standardized medical records and gears up the provider-consumer commission to promote voluntary healthcare participation by patients. In a wafer-thin vote, the House sided with single-payer advocates, 490-47 (5 Dems). In the state senate, 86-21.<|endoftext|>"The Cruelty