It’s far more important to help people pay rent and other necessary expenses than to buy more ATVs for cops.
A charter amendment question this November asks whether the position should be capped at two four-year terms. We think they should.
The stay-at-home, work-at-home requirement is extended for two more weeks, but forget about taking your ohana to the beach during that time.
Hiding behind overblown privacy concerns, the governor’s health department won’t even let the auditor, city officials or lawmakers know what’s going on.
The new stay-at-home order must be accompanied by greater disclosure from government and more responsibility from all of us.
Sharing more detailed data with the public, improving communications and providing more oversight of the state’s coronavirus response are long overdue.
The public needs to have complete confidence that city business, including the virus response, is being handled with absolute integrity.
After nearly five months of the pandemic, Gov. David Ige and his top health officials have yet to articulate an effective response strategy that gets the public behind them.