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So does our columnist, who takes a deep dive on a bill calling for the banning of alcohol consumption in nearshore waters.
Updated 3/7/2018: Challenger Clayton Hee demonstrates that he has not lost his ability to shake things up, politically and policy-wise. And Hawaii has lots of guns.
Updated: Gov. David Ige recently held two campaign fundraisers in Washington, D.C., while on official business. And Rep. Hanabusa took cash from NextEra.
It’s mostly Democrats, even though the state has among the nation’s strongest gun-control laws.
But Loretta Yajima of the Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center in Kakaako will not be deterred from fulfilling its mission.
As the 50th anniversary of the historic building nears, it’s high time to fix the murky reflecting pools.
The Department of Transportation opposes the measure, saying it could render all Hawaii driver’s licenses useless for flying.
Mark Bennett, the former state attorney general, has been nominated for the Hawaii seat on U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
The director of Maui’s Department of Water Supply is suing his boss after being placed on leave.
The 1978 rewriting of the state constitution improved the lives of kanaka maoli. Could that happen again?