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Why Aren’t There More Women Judges In Hawaii?

Despite calls for more women to seek judgeships, their numbers lag in applications and appointments.

#BeingMicronesian in Hawaii Means Lots Of Online Hate

This Palauan woman is fed up with racism against her community on social media.

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A National Standard To Protect Oceans And Jobs Cory Lum/Civil Beat

A National Standard To Protect Oceans And Jobs

The Vessel Incidental Discharge Act targets the discharge of ballast water from boats.

Imagine The Absurd

Imagine The Absurd

Be careful what you wish for when it comes to “fake carbon neutrality.”

New Service Helps Public Access Public Records

New Service Helps Public Access Public Records

And it’s free. Because democracy only works if the government operates with reasonable transparency.

The Failure Of Bulky Item Pickup In Makakilo Courtesy Michael Ferriera

The Failure Of Bulky Item Pickup In Makakilo

The neighborhood continues to suffer massive eyesores as the city system is abused.