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A new law on emergency administrative rules could make potentially major changes to a key policymaking process.
The Republican candidate calls for eliminating the general excise tax and holding an election on whether to restore the Hawaiian kingdom.
Cardax, after burning through nearly $58 million, is finally making money and trying to expand sales on the mainland.
Among the biggest splits between the two Democratic contenders is whether natural gas should be part of the state’s energy future.
An environmental group says a national ad by Verizon Communications misleads viewers about the company’s policies.
Compulsory union dues are a thing of the past due to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling. But some say a pro-union culture in the islands will prevail.
Whoever wins the race for governor will have to balance a budget that includes billion-dollar payments for retired state workers.
A west Oahu lawmaker, a perennial candidate and a former education official are vying to become just the third Republican governor since statehood.
The AG failed to account for forfeited property and didn’t spend $2 million for drug prevention programs as required by law, the report found.
The Department of Land and Natural Resources finds a new temporary site for sludge it will dredge from Manoa Stream.