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Nolan Espinda’s renomination to run the state’s prisons and jails is reported to be in peril.
The U.S. representative from Hawaii held her first public rally on Saturday in her quest to win the White House in 2020.
Lawmakers are rushing to honor the former president and our deceased U.S. senators. But why?
The Hawaii Women’s Legislative Caucus unveils a package of proposals, including one to require insurance coverage of health services after an assault.
Ford Fuchigami will have dual roles in the governor’s office, and former Chief of Staff Mike McCartney has been picked to lead the Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism.
UPDATED: Disaster relief for Kauai and the Big Island and addressing illegal vacation rentals are also top priorities.
As the Hawaii congresswoman’s past catches up with her, public interest in her as a presidential contender plummets.
Lawmakers will tackle familiar issues like public school funding. They’re also likely to raise the minimum wage and might even legalize recreational marijuana.
The former U.S. president launched a program in Hawaii this weekend aimed at nurturing future leaders in the Asia-Pacific region.