UHERO economist predicts more than 85% of Hawaii employees will work for companies with vaccination mandates, filling many of the gaps.
Public testimony centered on whether the commission removed the correct number of military from Hawaii’s population count.
Gov. David Ige urged people to comply with Covid safety measures including wearing masks and maintaining social distance over the three-day weekend.
Recent rulings have built on decades of precedent in Hawaii that protects individuals from unreasonable government intrusions.
A Honolulu deputy prosecuting attorney will be the first Native Hawaiian appointed to a Hawaii appellate court in decades.
The ability of counties to render aid to each other is also at issue in the case that stems from protests over the Thirty Meter Telescope in 2019.
Sonja McCullen easily cleared the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday.
Sonja McCullen’s nomination to the Intermediate Court of Appeals is already proceeding more smoothly than the last candidate.
Eleven state workers were placed on leave for not complying with Hawaii’s vaccine mandate.