John Temple

John Temple John Temple is the former editor of Civil Beat.
10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of April 9 – 13

10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of April 9 – 13

Doing the basics turns up worthwhile stories about issues.
Follow Dalai Lama’s Visit To Honolulu On Civil Beat

Follow Dalai Lama’s Visit To Honolulu On Civil Beat

Live blog, streaming video will put readers on the scene.
From a Few Hands to Many

From a Few Hands to Many

I leave with deep appreciation of the way so many embraced Civil Beat.
Let Us Now Praise a Lone Hawaii Voice Fighting for Open Records

Let Us Now Praise a Lone Hawaii Voice Fighting for Open Records

Hawaii lawmakers should listen to retired UH journalism prof Keever, not OIP.
What Do Hawaii Lawmakers Have Against Ethics Code?

What Do Hawaii Lawmakers Have Against Ethics Code?

Two bills in the Hawaii Legislature facing final vote Tuesday negate state ethics code.
10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of April 2 – 6

10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of April 2 – 6

From rail to The Descendants, the week that was.
10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of March 26 – 30

10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of March 26 – 30

Interviews with Hawaii governor and salaries by school stand out.

List – Top 3 Areas Where Hawaii Less Accountable Than Other States

State Integrity Investigation points out where Hawaii trails other states.

List – The 6 States Less Accountable Than Hawaii

When it comes to the "enforcement gap," few scored worse than Hawaii.
10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of March 12 – 16

10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of March 12 – 16

Sex trafficking series and coverage of Hawaii Republican presidential caucuses dominated week.
Hawaii Ranks Near Bottom for Enforcement of Transparency Laws

Hawaii Ranks Near Bottom for Enforcement of Transparency Laws

National State Integrity Investigation ranks Hawaii 44th when it comes to gap between law and practice.
Civil Beat and the State Accountability Project

Civil Beat and the State Accountability Project

Reporting effort examines transparency and accountability of Hawaii state government.