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Hawaii’s leaders are offering developers a chance to skip a major vetting procedure, which could undermine efforts to protect public lands.
Advocates voiced forceful opposition to a so-called affordable housing bill they say is far from affordable. A committee of lawmakers took their side.
Hawaii’s business elites are lining up behind one of their own, giving him an edge on Councilwoman Pine and former Congresswoman Hanabusa.
The political newcomer brought in more money than a well-known former judge.
The Honolulu prosecutor currently has no term limit.
Housing advocates want to open up the state’s Low Income Housing Tax Credit program to anyone – not just big banks.
Hawaii’s census response rate is among the lowest in the nation.
Hawaii’s four mayors have transportation initiatives on the brain in 2020, their latest requests to state lawmakers show.