Hmmm. The Hawaii Supreme Court has not (so far as I know) responded to the Lingle administration’s motion to reconsider the Superferry ruling. More than ten days have elapsed since her motion and the Senate’s amicus brief were submitted nearly a month ago.
According to the procedure Charley Foster helpfully wrote about earlier, the decision invalidating Act 2 still holds...
...Under Hawaii Rules of Appellate Procedure, Rule 40, Motion for Reconsideration, a party can file a motion for reconsideration stating the points of law or fact that the party contends the court has overlooked or misapprehended, together with a brief argument on the points raised.
The court has 10 days to either grant or deny the motion, and failure on the court’s part to respond one way or the other is deemed a denial of the motion.