It would be better to focus on encouraging vaccinations, rather than maintaining a system that was never meant to be permanent.
We need to select leaders who can build defenses against problems, and when a problem does occur, can “push the button” with quick action before it becomes a crisis.
Hawaii has a chance to rectify being one of only three states that does not honor the end of slavery in the United States.
Democracy is better served when citizens can interact more freely with lawmakers.
While waiting for the state to figure out the technical considerations of a vaccine passport, we ought to just let fully inoculated people with CDC cards engage in “old normal” activities.
Without permanent addresses or internet access, the many homeless people who are eligible will face barriers to claiming money that would make a difference.
The Biden administration has remedied the biggest problems for the Aloha State. The rest of this pandemic recovery is up to us.
A session that should have been focused on big recovery and great hope has been squandered so far.