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The congresswoman had a narrower gap than earlier polls showed but the governor is still in trouble.
State Rep. Kaniela Ing says any problems are simply bookkeeping errors.
The group, All Hawaii Stand Together, has ties to the pro-rail Pacific Resource Partnership that has been a big player in past elections.
Fundraisers during the Hawaii legislative session have increased by 88 percent over the past six years.
Updated. Environmental groups have been trying to restrict the taking of turtles by longliners for the past six years.
Lawmakers say they expect to create 25,000 affordable rental housing units by 2030.
Support from the former top aide to the late Sen. Daniel Inouye has been a boon to two prominent candidates in their bids for higher office.
A joint conference committee passed the overall budget bill ahead of schedule to fast-track funding for areas hit by flooding.
UPDATED: They also plan to set aside $25 million to help other parts of the state. Meanwhile, Gov. Ige addresses Oahu damage.
The unauthorized facilities proliferated while the Health Department failed to establish rules on which ones needs licenses.
Recesses in a public floor session to talk privately about the legislative maneuvering slow down “second crossover” day at the Hawaii Capitol.
More and more dramatic last-minute changes in bills are being made with a minimum of public notice this legislative session.