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Paid Family Leave Likely For Nearly 20,000 Federal Workers In Hawaii

The legislation is part of bipartisan defense authorization negotiations.

HECO Names New CEO As It Begins Major Renewable Energy Push

Over the next three years on Oahu alone, HECO expects it will need wind and solar projects with a footprint 29 times the size of Aloha Stadium.

Honolulu City Council Voted On Company’s Project Then Let It Buy Lunch

Ethics guidelines advise government agencies against accepting free food if the company has business before the city.

Deadly Mosquitoes Are Killing Off Hawaii’s Rare Forest Birds

Scientists are racing to eradicate disease-carrying mosquitoes from forests, but to some a solution still feels like forever away.

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In Defense Of The Outdoor Circle Virginia Beck

In Defense Of The Outdoor Circle

The environmental group is hardly a play thing of the wealthy.

Rethinking A ‘Zero Tolerance’ Approach To Drunken Driving Fotalia

Rethinking A ‘Zero Tolerance’ Approach To Drunken Driving

Stop placing so much emphasis on imposing stricter laws and instead strive to understand the larger context.

There’s No Such Thing As Free Parking Cory Lum/Civil Beat

There’s No Such Thing As Free Parking

That is especially the case in Hawaii. But we can change policies and manage resources better.

Tom Yamachika: Hawaii Should Stop Taxing Transportation Flickr: Steve Jurvetson

Tom Yamachika: Hawaii Should Stop Taxing Transportation

Air and ground travel industries would then compete on a more level playing field, helping consumers.