Small Business Bill of Rights
In September 2007, the SBRRB publicized Hawaii’s “Small Business Bill of Rights.” These 16 existing rights are taken from Hawaii Revised Statutes, and core principles & legal expectations.
Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §201M-6 Petition for Regulatory Review
Under 201M-6, HRS, any affected small business may file a written petition with the agency that has adopted the rules objecting to all or part of any rule affecting small business.
Link to the Administrative Rules on the Lt. Governor of the State of Hawaii website.
Legislative Public Hearings
Link to the list of Public Hearings on the Hawaii State Legislature website.
State of Hawaii Office of the Ombudsman
The Hawaii State Ombudsman independently and impartially investigates complaints against state and county agencies and employees.
U.S. Small Business Administration
SBA was created through the Small Business Act of 1953. It has delivered millions of loans, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance to small businesses.
SBRRB Working Group Archive
View historical information and read the final report from the Working Group that convened in 2009.