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Office of Hawaiian Affairs incumbents are seeing strong challenges in some seats.
A new study shows the impacts of a 2015 decision to cut health insurance for some of the state’s poorest and sickest residents.
Buoyed by the activism around TMT and a rare open seat, nearly a dozen people have entered the Hawaii island race to serve on the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Board of Trustees.
A surge in Native Hawaiian activism has led to a packed field in the race for seats on the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Board of Trustees.
Immigrants and people who don’t speak English have had a hard time accessing unemployment benefits.
The police chief has repeatedly said the department doesn’t need broad-based reform.
The state Supreme Court decision came more than two decades after the original suit was first filed. Nearly 400 original plaintiffs have died since then.
The virus has been particularly devastating for Marshallese residents in Arkansas.