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Josh Green Can Find Inspiration In Past Inaugural Addresses Ku‘u Kauanoe/Civil Beat/2022

Josh Green Can Find Inspiration In Past Inaugural Addresses

The new governor of Hawaii would do well to consider the words of his eight predecessors.

Public Corruption Directly Undermines Faith In Hawaii’s Government Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2020

Public Corruption Directly Undermines Faith In Hawaii’s Government

Enforcement of civil and criminal laws is a necessary step to help cultivate democracy and restore public trust.

Solomon Islanders Have The Right To Live Without Fear And Danger Nathan Eagle/Civil Beat/2022

Solomon Islanders Have The Right To Live Without Fear And Danger

The U.S. and its allies must map out of all the UXO hot spots from World War II in the Pacific.

George Cooper On The Writing Of ‘Land And Power In Hawaii’ Hawaii State Archives/Honolulu Star-Advertiser Collection

George Cooper On The Writing Of ‘Land And Power In Hawaii’

The co-author of one of the most influential books in Hawaii history reflects on his work more than 30 years after its publication.

Reject The Aloha Stadium Plan In Favor Of UH Manoa David Croxford/Civil Beat/2022

Reject The Aloha Stadium Plan In Favor Of UH Manoa

Why is the state focused on a $350 million rebuild in Halawa when Ching Field is already in operation?

AgTech Is Hawaii’s Ticket To Diversification Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

AgTech Is Hawaii’s Ticket To Diversification

Our farmers need better tools to make agriculture an industry that is financially realistic.

Hawaii Legislature Should Not Mess With Our Public Records Law Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2017

Hawaii Legislature Should Not Mess With Our Public Records Law

The Office of Information Practices is once again trying to reverse its defeat in court in order to impede the people’s right to know.

Let’s Dump The Electoral College Screenshot/2022

Let’s Dump The Electoral College

One person, one vote is the only fair way to choose American presidents.

How Hawaii Could Be A Model Of Civic Legislative Virtue Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2018

How Hawaii Could Be A Model Of Civic Legislative Virtue

It starts with a Bill of Rights for the public on what they should expect of lawmakers.