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Biggest Impact Of Civil Unions Will Be On Couples

Biggest Impact Of Civil Unions Will Be On Couples

Bill will give couples equal status with marriage without forcing the rest of society to undergo major disruption, analysis finds.

Do charities cross the line to help donors?

Tax deductions may be bigger than merited because some nonprofits don't want to charge donors with full cost of events they attend.
UPDATE: Special Election Maybe Not So Special

UPDATE: Special Election Maybe Not So Special

Even if Republican Djou wins on May 22, he may lose to a Democrat on November 2 ... or a Republican on Sept. 18.
UPDATE: More National Attention on 1st Congressional Race

UPDATE: More National Attention on 1st Congressional Race

With barely two weeks to go in the special election to replace Neil Abercrombie, the spotlight on Ed Case, Charles Djou and Colleen Hanabusa grows more intense.

UPDATE: Maui Pineapple Co. Dragged Into Human Trafficking Story

One of Hawaii's oldest and most successful agricultural companies is implicated in a new report detailing immoral and potentially illegal labor practices involving a company that provides migrant Thai workers.

UPDATE: UCLA Prof Says Couples Will Seek Civil Unions

If Hawaii approves civil unions, significant numbers of same-sex couples are likely to register for the partnership, says a national policy think-tank expert.

UPDATE: Postal Workers Assisting Rising Ranks of Hawaii’s Hungry

The Hawaii Foodbank has seen a 39 percent rise in individuals needing assistance since 2005. Postal workers are offering an easy way to help by collecting food as they deliver the mail on Saturday.

UPDATE: Congressional Debate Shows Dems on the Run

Case and Djou mostly attack each other while Hanabusa gets in her own jabs
UPDATE: GOP Star Scott Brown Endorses Djou

UPDATE: GOP Star Scott Brown Endorses Djou

National attention on race shows GOP thinks it can retake a Democratic seat.

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