- Special Projects
Why was the DLNR so upset with a recent state audit of the use of rent revenue?
It depends on whether it comes from the consent of those governed. In Hawaii’s case, there was consent.
Cleaning up the state’s recycling-redemption program can help to restore confidence in government’s ability to handle money.
A new group called the Education Institute of Hawaii wants to open up the books.
They have nothing to do with a carbon tax, but they share the same end goal.
A lawsuit threatens to end a fiefdom and the shroud of secrecy surrounding it.
Projects need to go through a lengthy process involving appropriation, design, bidding and construction, but a new approach is helping.