The Legislature should look for ways to increase revenue while minimizing the impact on people’s quality of life.
Hawaii is one of only three states that don’t yet officially commemorate Juneteenth, the day that marks the historic end of slavery in the United States.
The governor needs to lay out what’s really wrong with Hawaii and what he intends to do about it.
With Democrats in control, the Legislature needs to capitalize on the potential to pull in more federal money to rebuild.
Despite condemning the attack on the U.S. Capitol, local Republicans had earlier been busy fueling conspiracy theories.
The rebate you’re being paid is money that already exists, was already taken from you, is still in circulation, and can be returned to you by your government.
The state needs to do more to address the systemic challenges facing Native Hawaiians.
Hawaii is expected to go from 19th in the nation two years ago in lacking enough healthy food to sixth by the end of this year.
One of the things that COVID-19 restrictions should not stop is our study of history and our commemoration of the past.