Hawaii Sen. Will Espero says the time is right for the state to float general obligation bonds to address the housing shortage.
Two juries have failed to convict the federal agent from the mainland, who had been in Waikiki only a few hours when he fatally shot a local man.
Housing Committee Chairman Tom Brower says he hasn’t decided about measures to amend the landlord-tenant code.
The governor wants to see how medical marijuana dispensaries work out first, but some legislators and advocates don’t see the connection.
It’s still many months before the product will be for sale, but the state has reached a milestone that’ll lead to planting.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige wants $200,000 for a pilot program based on what’s been accomplished in Seattle and elsewhere.
Potential condo-related proposals run the gamut from establishing an ombudsman to merely clarifying existing laws.
Hawaii nonprofits also promise to double the number of homeless people who enter permanent housing.