Civil Beat Staff

The Civil Beat Staff

Civil Reads: June 15 — Bye Bye Cantor, Hillary 2.0 and Inequality Politics Screen capture

Civil Reads: June 15 — Bye Bye Cantor, Hillary 2.0 and Inequality Politics

This week's recommendations: innovation hot spots, a surprising novel by the late journalist Michael Hastings and unsolicited advice for parents and the president.
Hirono Wants to Expand Veterans Emergency Care Official U.S. Navy Page

Hirono Wants to Expand Veterans Emergency Care

Bipartisan bill would allow greater access to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs facilities.
Hawaii National Guard Mobilized to Rebuild Typhoon-Damaged School in the Philippines Abercrombie Administration

Hawaii National Guard Mobilized to Rebuild Typhoon-Damaged School in the Philippines

Guard will join soldiers and airmen from the Guam National Guard to deploy to Tacloban City.
Civil Reads: June 8 — Money, Spies, GMOs and Rock-Star Politics Screen capture

Civil Reads: June 8 — Money, Spies, GMOs and Rock-Star Politics

Our suggestions: Reagan and Springsteen, Tulsi Gabbard and a stodgy old Congress, the Democrats' science problem and much more.
Hawaii Elections 2014: Primary Election Ballot Adrienne LaFrance/Civil Beat

Hawaii Elections 2014: Primary Election Ballot

Civil Beat's list of candidates on the Aug. 9 primary ballot with links to their questionnaires (as they become available) and other information.
Civil Reads: June 1 — From Princesses to Politics to Prisons

Civil Reads: June 1 — From Princesses to Politics to Prisons

Is America losing its mind? People are doing really dumb things and society doesn't seem to mind.
UH Grad Students Denounce Presidential Selection Process, Ask Regents to Start Over ©PF Bentley/Civil Beat

UH Grad Students Denounce Presidential Selection Process, Ask Regents to Start Over

The Graduate Student Organization of the University of Hawaii at Manoa is not happy with the way the Board of Regents has handled its search for the next UH president

DBEDT Forecasts Stable Economic Growth for Hawaii

The state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism projects stable economic growth in 2014 and beyond.

VIDEO: Gary Hooser Speaks Out at Kauai’s Anti-GMO March

Thousands have taken to the streets of Lihue this Sunday chanting “No More GMO.” Dubbed the Mana March, residents are…