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Let’s have a serious discussion about levying “green fees” and “eco-taxes” on tourists to preserve the place we all love.
Taxpayers have the right to know why and how their money is being spent on a mysterious federal criminal defense.
The four members appointed by lawmakers rarely show up, weakening promised legislative oversight on a project that is wildly over budget.
We can’t stop tourists from flying here, but we can control where they stay and what they do.
And while we’re at it, general election day should no longer be a state holiday.
The commission mishandled its role in the Kealoha corruption case, demonstrating the need for a higher level of integrity and accountability than political appointees are providing.
President Donald Trump would be wise to use Defense Department money to clean up base housing before he spends it on a border wall.
In thwarting the will of a unanimous Legislature, the governor ignored a state audit that found big problems with the way authorities confiscate property.