Robert Brown

UH To Study Post-Deployment Experience of National Guard Spouses

UH To Study Post-Deployment Experience of National Guard Spouses

Study looks at impact on marriage when Guard, Reservists return from combat.
Hawaii Adopts Nation’s ‘Strongest’ Foreclosure Law

Hawaii Adopts Nation’s ‘Strongest’ Foreclosure Law

UPDATED Gov. Abercrombie signed bill into law Thursday.
Session Wrap: Gifts Were Focus Of Ethics Debate

Session Wrap: Gifts Were Focus Of Ethics Debate

Despite possibility of sweeping reform, Hawaii ethics legislation dies.
Hawaii Loses Substitute Teacher Class Action Suit, Could Owe $70 Million Civil Beat

Hawaii Loses Substitute Teacher Class Action Suit, Could Owe $70 Million

Lawmakers have balanced the budget, but the state could still owe much more.
HGEA: Public Nurse Pay ‘Woefully’ Behind Private Sector

HGEA: Public Nurse Pay ‘Woefully’ Behind Private Sector

HGEA Executive Director Randy Perreira says wage gap is too large.
Court Official: Hawaii Trial Judges Worst Paid in U.S.

Court Official: Hawaii Trial Judges Worst Paid in U.S.

Administrative Director of the Courts Rod Maile says when adjusted for cost of living, Hawaii judges are on bottom.
Pot Bills Go Up in Smoke

Pot Bills Go Up in Smoke

The last substantive medical marijuana bill fails to pass conference committee.
Law Lets Session Draw to a Close With Few Legislators Filing Disclosures

Law Lets Session Draw to a Close With Few Legislators Filing Disclosures

Deadline for disclosures is May 31, after session ends next week.
Gas Breaks $6 Mark in Hawaii

Gas Breaks $6 Mark in Hawaii

$6 dollar gas has arrived for the first time in Hana on Maui.