The sections in this article, called Schedule, are intended to ensure an orderly transition when new constitutional provisions are adopted. Hawaii’s constitution has always included a Schedule. The Statehood Constitution’s Schedule dealt with the transition from territorial status to statehood, while the Schedule in the 1968 and the 1978 constitutions covered changes made to the immediately preceding document. In 1978, this article was renumbered from Article XVI to Article XVIII. The Schedule is followed by an unnumbered paragraph entitled “Effective Date,”...
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