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Sally Kaye: How Secure Are Hawaii’s Abortion Laws? Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Sally Kaye: How Secure Are Hawaii’s Abortion Laws?

Abortion rights are under no immediate threat, but our laws could use some tweaking.

Sally Kaye: Abortion Options Remain On The Internet — For Now Getty Images/2016

Sally Kaye: Abortion Options Remain On The Internet — For Now

As the U.S. Supreme Court ponders abortion rights, Hawaii women can still buy medication to end pregnancy via online providers.

Sally Kaye: Gov. Ige Should Veto SB 2510 – It’s An Embarrassment Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Sally Kaye: Gov. Ige Should Veto SB 2510 – It’s An Embarrassment

Many have speculated about which company might benefit from requiring “firm renewables” for every island grid, but few are talking about who would suffer.

Sally Kaye: Why Is Maui County Messing Around With Manini Word Changes To the County Code? Ludwig Laab/Civil Beat/2022

Sally Kaye: Why Is Maui County Messing Around With Manini Word Changes To the County Code?

There are so many other pressing issues, changing “shall” to “must” seems a distinction without a difference.

Sally Kaye: A Hui Hou To Fern Duvall, Hawaii’s ‘Biological Yoda’ Sophie Cocke/Civil Beat/2011

Sally Kaye: A Hui Hou To Fern Duvall, Hawaii’s ‘Biological Yoda’

Fern Duvall played an important but little known role in helping activists successfully derail the massive wind turbine project known as Big Wind.

Sally Kaye: Maui Police Officers Are Talking Story On Lanai Sally Kaye/Civil Beat/2022

Sally Kaye: Maui Police Officers Are Talking Story On Lanai

Lanai’s police officers want everyone to feel comfortable asking for help, so they’re holding monthly “Let’s Talk!” sessions with the community.

A ‘Friendlier Process’ Proposed For Maui County Board Applicants Ludwig Laab/Civil Beat/2022

A ‘Friendlier Process’ Proposed For Maui County Board Applicants

Charter Amendment No. 10 could add transparency to what has become an intolerably obscure process.

Giant Drones Over Lanai? Screenshot: Softbank

Giant Drones Over Lanai?

UH is hoping Lanai can become a global avionics center featuring drones with wings that span more than 200 feet.

Blindsided By A Last-Minute Plan To Privatize Lanai’s Small Boat Harbor Sally Kaye

Blindsided By A Last-Minute Plan To Privatize Lanai’s Small Boat Harbor

Under legislation that surprised and angered many residents of the small island, Manele boat harbor will become the first and only privately managed small boat harbor in Hawaii.