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Week 2: We expand the range of Civil Beat’s offerings

Week 2: We expand the range of Civil Beat’s offerings

Civil Unions, Beaches, Elections — and Israel Kamakawiwo'ole
Imagine There Were No Furlough Fridays

Imagine There Were No Furlough Fridays

It's easy if you try, is the way John Lennon might have put it. So today, as we mark the 17th and final Furlough Friday of this school year, why not imagine how things could have been different?

Discussion: Honolulu Rail

Should $5.3 Billion Project Go Forward As Planned? Share your thoughts on the rail project.
Civil Beat Poll: Obama Still Riding Wave In Hawaii

Civil Beat Poll: Obama Still Riding Wave In Hawaii

President Barack Obama is much more popular in the district where he grew up than he is in the nation as a whole. Almost 63 percent of likely voters in Hawaii's 1st Congressional District approve of his job performance.
National Democrats Pull Out Of Hawaii After Civil Beat Poll

National Democrats Pull Out Of Hawaii After Civil Beat Poll

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee says it's done with spending money on the 1st Congressional District special election — five hours after Civil Beat poll shows Djou cruising to victory.
Civil Beat Poll: Slim Majority Supports Honolulu Rail Project

Civil Beat Poll: Slim Majority Supports Honolulu Rail Project

51.6 percent in 1st Congressional District back the proposed $5.3 billion, 20.1-mile line, according to new poll.
Civil Beat Poll: Djou On Way To May 22 Victory

Civil Beat Poll: Djou On Way To May 22 Victory

Honolulu City Councilman holds 14 point lead over Democrats Case and Hanabusa, who are in a dead heat for second place in the race to succeed Neil Abercrombie in the 1st Congressional District special election.

The week that was at Civil Beat

A round-up of articles and impressions from inside Civil Beat headquarters in Kaimuki.
Message to Kids: Don’t do what we do. Or what we say.

Message to Kids: Don’t do what we do. Or what we say.

Today is the 16th time this school year Hawaii has locked its children out of classrooms. What lessons have we taught them? The biggest is that they don't come first. Or maybe even second.