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Passing a proposed $500 tax credit for buying classroom supplies would be a small step by the Legislature to provide teachers the help they deserve.
An overhaul of the training program is competing with many other priorities.
Come on, Hawaii lawmakers — let’s raise the minimum wage to $17 an hour.
A reconciliation process being offered by legislative leaders is a way forward. But lawmakers need to act decisively and soon.
The Hawaii congresswoman, who performed dismally in Iowa, has pretty much lived in the Granite State since December and hosted more than 100 events.
But DHHL reforms and measures that cover cultural practitioners have a long way to go this session.
The Maui prosecutor’s proposed bill addressing elder abuse is a substantial effort to protect our kupuna.
Tens of thousands of dollars in contributions have flowed from a Hawaii defense contractor, his family and employees to a Maine Republican senator.
A proposal by Gov. David Ige and legislative leaders sets a goal of providing childcare or preschool options for all 3- and 4-year-olds in Hawaii by 2030.
UPDATED: Hundreds of employees who work at the airfield or indirectly depend on it could be affected by the state’s decision to walk away.
Hawaii is one of only a few states that has no such law for government employees.
The Ige administration is asking the Legislature to approve over $1 million worth of settlements.
Two Chinese people taken into federal custody at Honolulu’s airport were reported to be seeking asylum because of the virus.
Proposed changes to one of the country’s most influential environmental laws could mean less public scrutiny and oversight of big projects.
The state Attorney General’s latest action to subpoena a nonprofit’s bank records borders on a dangerous abuse of power.