The state long-term care ombudsman says it will be difficult — and even harmful to their health — for residents to relocate.
But the House and Senate haven’t yet reached a formal agreement to delay raises for judges, cabinet members and the Legislature.
Ripple effects and unintended consequences, especially in a down economy, have become driving factors in the debate over a minimum wage.
State officials hope to broaden the exemption to include travelers from the mainland as early as this summer but have not set a date.
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But lawmakers have agreed to let Honolulu shoulder the costs for emergency services.
The mayor says he wants someone on the commission who has empathy for law enforcement officers.
The bill would replace the high-interest loans with installment loans that have lower fees.
Police departments elsewhere release video that is edited to cover faces.
Saiki has empowered the House to be a much-needed political player this year. But concerns about his methods and his ultimate goal are growing.
House and Senate negotiators say they have used federal funds to cancel out most of Gov. Ige’s budget cuts.
More details were expected to come in an announcement Tuesday. Meanwhile, the state has opened vaccine appointments for anyone who is at least 16 years old.
The congressman wants to use federal money to replace cesspools, update wastewater treatment plants and fix ailing bridges and roads.
The messenger molecule that’s been in every living cell for billions of years is the key ingredient in some COVID-19 vaccines.
The county amended its zoning rules last week to allow farmers to set up retail stores on agricultural land without a permit.
The Department of Health says “crossed wires” led it to initially award $2 million to Sand Island Treatment Center, relied on by judges for addiction treatment.