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State officials reported 41 new cases on Tuesday, the highest single-day increase since the start of the pandemic.
The algae has swiftly spread like a thick mat off Pearl and Hermes Atoll, smothering and killing coral reefs there, researchers say.
“We need to reinvent the way we think about solutions to chronic problems that we have in our state, and start to focus on community-based solutions instead.”
“We can rebuild a budget and state government that is responsive to the needs of real people, not profits and corporate kickbacks. “
“This economic crisis is the perfect time to leverage public land along the rail corridor for genuinely affordable housing.”
“My big idea is that we reinvent a segment of our economy by investing in a Hawaii Food & Conservation Corps.”
“I would start with a budget cut of 10% across the board.”
While President Donald Trump doesn’t own the property, he does license his name to the California company that does.
Immigrants and people who don’t speak English have had a hard time accessing unemployment benefits.
But it requires Hawaii legislators to vote “no” on transferring DLNR lands to the DOA for pasture.
The U.S. government finally released the names of companies participating in federal coronavirus relief programs after months of obfuscation.
It comes at a time when both roles will play a crucial part in the state’s financial planning.
“I would evaluate the possibility of privatizing many of the departments in government with accountability, transparency and an annual report card.”
The bill now goes to Gov. David Ige who can approve it, veto it or let it become law without his signature.
“Everyone benefits from the betterment of conditions of the Hawaiian people.”
“We could spend less time in courtrooms and spend more time investing in and developing our community.”
“We need to demand and receive fair compensation for military use of our lands, and compensate us for the ‘war machine’ that puts us all at ground zero.”