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Micronesians face language and cultural barriers when seeking medical care, and are far less likely to have insurance coverage.
Home values and household income in Hawaii vary widely depending on where you live.
The agreement boosts workers’ pay by $1.50 per hour and ends the longest Hawaii hotel strike since 1970, according to Unite Here Local 5.
A group of veterans have been fighting to get health benefits for illnesses they say are associated with exposure to the dangerous herbicide.
A state senator, inspired by the island nation’s program, wants to build massive amounts of public housing that residents could purchase.
Living with multiple generations is a way of life in Hawaii that Jowenna Ellazar embraces. But like many others, she has few options in a city where the median home price hovers around $800,000.
Non-citizens without green cards — including citizens of Micronesian nations and temporary workers — are excluded from federal disaster cash assistance.
More than a thousand residents of the U.S. Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas are homeless in the wake of the historic storm.