Wait! The legislature has the option to AMEND a vetoed bill?! Yes, though it’s rarely done, the legislature has the option of convening prior to noon on the 45th day (this year, that’s July 6th) and amending a vetoed bill to meet the governor’s objections. The amended bill must pass one reading (vote) in the House and the Senate and then be signed by the governor within 10 days of presentation. (Note: If the governor does NOT sign the amended bill, it does not become law.) Go to Article III, Section 16 of the State constitution to see this provision: https://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/hrscurrent/Vol01_Ch0001-0042F/05-Const/CONST_0003-0016.htm