It’s well past time for the United States to spend less on militarization — including an already obsolete $1.9 billion project planned for Hawaii.
Thinking globally and acting locally is the key to staying sane and getting positive things done.
There is no shortage of meaningful public policy actions that could be made now.
There is no shortage of things the Hawaii Legislature could do that would immediately help those most in need.
The fragility of our supply chain and the need for food self-sufficiency has never been so apparent.
A bill that stalled in the last days of the 2019 session carries over to the assembly that convenes in January.
It’s time for a living wage, initiative and referendum, and the legalization of cannabis — and that’s just for starters.