Peaceful protesters gathered outside the Hawaii Capitol to support the president and object to the pandemic response.
The Ige administration budget would also “eviscerate” state enforcement of anti-discrimination laws.
It is 16 days before the Legislature opens, but Gov. David Ige is still mulling the options.
From stalled utility work in the Dillingham corridor to a failed P3 deal, rail suffered one setback after another.
George Shimabuku was convicted of three killings, including a shooting inside the Oahu prison in 1967.
The state seeks a waiver to dredge a channel through black sand deposited by the 2018 Kilauea eruption.
The proposed spending cuts may result in the first state government layoffs in more than a decade.
The governor, anticipating a slow economic recovery, likely will present lawmakers with a much-reduced conservative spending plan.
Shifts in the Oahu jail population suggest the state should reconsider the size of the new facility.