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Letting lawmakers know what you think about local issues is an important part of the democratic process. Here are ways to get your voice heard.
Hawaii’s state court system handles a broad spectrum of family, civil and criminal issues.
The journey from bill to law is anything but straightforward. Here’s how it works.
Every 10 years, voters are asked if they want to hold a state constitutional convention. The last one occurred in 1978.
Have a problem with something in your neighborhood? Here’s how your neighborhood board can help.
Why is is so hard to run — and win — as an independent in Hawaii?
The most important election in Hawaii is also the one you are least likely to vote in.