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In the Trump era, “liberty has never been so fragile,” says Vanessa Chong, who has been on the job in the islands since 1989.
Listen to Civil Beat’s newest staffers — Stewart Yerton and Suevon Lee — talk about their goals, unforgettable stories and a Grateful Dead song.
Jim Simon hopes to get Civil Beat reporters out into the community a bit more.
Brett Kulbis talks about revitalizing Hawaii’s minority party and the recent defection of Rep. Beth Fukumoto to the Democrats.
The islands’ only Native Hawaiian governor thinks the state would benefit from more of a two-party environment.
The Boston Globe reporter says this a challenging time for both reporters and consumers of news.
It’s time for some civil discourse about one of Hawaii’s key public issues. Find out what Friday’s event is all about.
Their numbers are dwindling, but they are pushing housing and taxation proposals, says House Minority Leader Beth Fukumoto.