“When travel is once again allowed to flow freely we will find our economy will flourish again.”
“We struggle for the services that people in urban districts don’t need to worry about.”
“People deserve to make a living wage in a pono line of work while maintaining quality of life — having time with our families in the place we love.”
The average number of daily cases has dropped from a peak of 250 in August to 156 last week.
“I believe hemp, breadfruit and cacao can be attractive crops for Hawaii. Food security should be a priority for the state, including aquaculture.”
“We need to continue to rely on our tourism industry as a major driver of our economy until new business models can be developed and proven sustainable.”
“By reforming the way government operates and building trust with the community, I believe that we can emerge stronger and more resilient.”
Three fatalities took the state’s COVID-19 death toll to 91.
“The lack of affordable housing is the most pressing issue facing our district, both for our homeless population and for our working families.”