A program that has provided some $2.5 billion for Hawaii businesses begins its next phase next week.
Pushing back against Gov. David Ige’s threatened furloughs, government worker unions showed they still have ample political influence despite a 2018 Supreme Court decision some said would weaken the organizations.
Despite examples of corporate greed, the Paycheck Protection Program has steered $2.5 billion in relief to 25,000 small businesses in Hawaii.
Hawaii’s economy is among the hardest hit in the country, a new report confirms.
A Honolulu doctor critical of the state’s pre-travel testing program is gaining traction with policymakers.
A new report from the high-profile committee says the state’s pre-travel test program has been working fine and asks the governor to back off a stricter 14-day quarantine.