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A failed amendment to a House bill that seeks to expand voting rights and reduce the influence of money in politics highlights some differences between Hawaii’s Democratic congressmen.
Judge Dean Ochiai ruled that officers’ names should be released to the Legislature and the public even if discipline is still being appealed.
Hawaii’s charismatic U.S. attorney is an up and coming conservative. Hawaii’s GOP would love to talk him into running for office here.
Hawaii Sen. Brian Schatz gaveled in his first hearing as chairman of the Indian Affairs Committee to address Native issues in Hawaii and the rest of the country.
President Joe Biden’s pick for attorney general was questioned by Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono about the use of federal consent decrees to force reform for troubled police departments.
Hawaii’s senior senator says the state should get enough money to avoid layoffs and furloughs for public workers.
Kenji Price’s replacement will be named by President Joe Biden.
The Aloha State’s senior senator is in a good position to divert more federal funds to the islands and address Native Hawaiian issues.
The vote to convict the former president during a historic second impeachment trial was the most bipartisan in U.S. history.