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Some women said they were required to wear masks during labor.
There’s still overwhelming demand for rental assistance in the last quarter of 2020.
Negotiators have yet to talk about nuclear waste in the Marshall Islands, and restoring Medicaid isn’t part of the conversation.
As tenants fall behind on rent and units sit vacant, some landlords are looking to sell.
Colette Machado spent more than two decades on OHA’s board and has changed her position on TMT while newcomer Luana Alapa is hesitant to take strong positions on key issues.
The nonpartisan race to be an Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustee pits Democratic supporters against a conservative incumbent.
Leaders across many Pacific Islander communities have been working to prevent COVID-19 infections from increasing.
The statewide contest pits Lindsey, an Office of Hawaiian Affairs employee, against Mangauil, a longtime critic of the agency.