UPDATED: Hawaii’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program will offer more local produce for half the price to low-income families, starting in January.
Next year, Hawaii will become the second state to require restaurants to offer zero-sugar default choices for beverages.
Confidential questionnaires will be conducted at random across Kauai to assess how ready residents are for an emergency.
Updated: Kaiser recently filed a federal lawsuit against Queen’s after the two sides failed to negotiate a payment rate for emergency services.
The state law requiring regular hearing and vision screening has been ignored for nearly 25 years, leaving nonprofits to cover at least part of the gap.