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“Such a drastic reduction could doom the newspaper,” they wrote.
The newspaper is moving to lay off its health reporter during a pandemic, plus 30 others.
Hawaii’s rate of homelessness was among the worst in the nation pre-pandemic. It’s likely to get even worse.
Another round of federal funds is specifically aimed at meeting people’s housing needs.
George Floyd’s death prompted HPD to review its use of force policy.
This marks the first time HSTA has endorsed a candidate for mayor, the union said.