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With her federally funded attorney not getting paid and other expenses on hold, Kealoha wants her trial postponed.
UPDATED: The court appears to be focusing on how and when the Honolulu city clerk collected late mail ballots on election night.
The president is considering declaring a national emergency and taking funds from Army Corps of Engineers projects
The ruling means Kurt Fevella will be sworn in as the state Senate’s only Republican when the Legislature convenes Jan. 16.
The state awarded $289.1 million in tax credits in 2016, including $16.3 million for a program that no longer exists.
Tim Chey had charged the state film office discriminated against him because it didn’t like his Christian-themed historical drama.
The House Finance Committee chair questions the trustworthiness and organizational structure of the governor’s administration.
While calls for a crackdown on short-term rentals grow louder, their rapid expansion accounts for a big chunk of the recent growth in the state’s largest industry.
Agencies should have to justify every penny they ask for, says the House Finance Committee chair.
The governor’s two-year budget plan also includes $315 million for affordable housing and $400 million for education infrastructure projects.
There’s no rule that prohibits Honolulu’s elected prosecutor from telling the public whether he is the target of a Justice Department probe.