Legislation to place five key Hawaii watchdog agencies under one roof is a threat to their independence and our democracy.
Two new reports reveal that the government agency has failed miserably in its critical mission to diversify ag.
Gov. David Ige missed a singular opportunity to offer much-needed leadership to Hawaii.
The money should be used instead to support critical state services.
The media often ran into unnecessary roadblocks from the previous administration. Here’s hoping for a fresh start.
Why was the Honolulu medical examiner trailed by an elite intelligence unit?
It’s archaic, it’s illogical, it’s undemocratic. U.S. presidents should instead be elected by popular vote.
Lack of transparency is not a good look when it comes to serving the public interest during the pandemic.
Allow travelers to Hawaii four days to get COVID-19 tests instead of three, and test again upon arrival.
The end of the session is looming and lawmakers have failed to deal with the ADC. They need to figure it out during the interim and return in January prepared to act.
The proposed work program inspired by FDR is intended to mitigate the state’s loss of jobs and residents.
Senate Bill 1034 deserves passage but in its original form and not the current amended version.
Gov. David Ige has not allowed two oversight boards to use monies approved by the Legislature. A third police reform board is being allowed to languish.
Once again, Hawaii’s governor and lieutenant governor are confusing us all when it comes to what’s happening with the state’s recovery plans and projections.