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Anita Hofschneider is a reporter covering social issues for Civil Beat. She previously covered city and state politics, the environment, land use and housing. Her work has won multiple national, regional and local awards.
Prior to starting at Civil Beat, Anita covered the 2013 Hawaii legislative session for the Associated Press and interned at the Wall Street Journal in New York. She graduated from Harvard with honors in 2012.
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Lack of data about how many Native Hawaiians have coronavirus is indicative of a broader problem, advocates say.
But Native Hawaiian-owned businesses are less dependent on tourism than non-Native Hawaiian owned businesses, the survey found.
The economic aspects of the Compacts of Free Association are expiring and the U.S. wants to renegotiate the terms this year.
The lawsuit claims the hospital knew its chief medical officer and another staffer were requesting private physical therapy services from a female employee.
Compared with other states, Hawaii had more households say they lost income and expect to lose more during the pandemic.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown, the commission faced a growing backlog of cases.
The event is open to all graduating students from Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia and the deadline to register is Friday, May 22.
The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the fragility of Hawaii’s acclaimed health insurance system that relies on employer-sponsored plans.
Though DOH confirmed the first case “at least a couple of weeks ago,” the head of the Public Housing Authority said he was first informed Monday.
The new report conflicts with a federal analysis that found no evidence of the toxin on the island.
One community leader told a local paper that three Marshallese people have died of the virus in Dubuque County.