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Updated: The Hawaii governor also urged the public to follow health protocols as COVID-19 cases rise on Oahu and in Maui County.
The federal agency said it’s safe for fully vaccinated people to travel without testing or quarantine.
The oral arguments Thursday were the first of three Hawaii’s highest court will hear involving renewable energy projects.
Senate Bill 1034 would still allow for physical meetings, but there are worries that one provision in the bill could limit meeting access to some individuals.
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs says it does not plan to cooperate with the group if two resolutions pass the Legislature.
The opinion is a departure from other federal rulings that have generally upheld Second Amendment rights. Meanwhile, firearm permit applications rose 63% in 2020.
Updated: While most members of the public can’t visit the State Capitol during the 2021 legislative session, the ability of some lobbyists to gain access raises questions of fairness.
The legislation, scheduled for a hearing Friday, comes even as a state watchdog has been trying to make it easier for candidates to report advertising activities.