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.
While the constitutional amendment ballot question is now moot, it’s important to understand how it came about in the first place.
Most elected delegates would represent the status quo establishment. Their natural agenda is to strengthen their own power and influence.
What’s needed is a special session of the Hawaii Legislature to deal with homelessness and affordable housing.
Lawmakers’ failure to approve environmental, economic and social justice bills should hasten the movement toward new leadership.
It’s the right thing to do and frankly we need the money.
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