While the court’s forthcoming decision is unlikely to affect the race for prosecutor, it could affect future cases involving electronic petitions.
The public will have a rare opportunity for live, remote testimony to the Legislature.
The first of Civil Beat’s three-part event series on Hawaii’s changing economy kicked off with a discussion on reimagining tourism and reopening the economy.
The governor also signed several measures put forward by the women’s legislative caucus.
UPDATED: Degrees in languages, dance and other subjects are also among those on a preliminary chopping block to balance the budget.
The Hawaii Campaign Spending Commission also levied over $4,400 worth of fines against other candidates.
Payments will go directly to landlords, not tenants.
The administration says it is in “triage” mode, facing $138 million in lost revenues.