More than 600 Hawaii residents have contributed cash to the campaigns of the president and his opponent.
Both lawmakers will pay the state $250 for “likely” violation of the Fair Treatment Law.
The resolution gives university administrators broad support as difficult budget cuts loom but no specific reductions were made on Thursday.
The Hawaii congressman says the president is undermining a trusted and vital institution in order to disrupt voting by mail.
The popular longtime newscaster aired what he calls a legitimate study that shows the novel coronavirus originated as a Chinese bioweapon.