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The young Big Island family is the third party since February 2019 to sue a restaurant over uncleaned produce that has caused the potentially fatal disease.
It will require the Hawaii Legislature and especially the Ige administration to act decisively in the new year.
They hope the Legislature will move decisively to liberalize regulations that limit the marketing of hemp products.
The chemical company continued to use a pesticide banned in 2013 for about a year after the prohibition.
A new business development program on Kauai aims to provide small operators with tools and resources to grow.
The Ko Hana Hawaiian Agricole Rum Distillery on Oahu uses pure cane sugar harvested on site.
Growers want Hawaii to adopt a strict federal policy designed to protect Hawaii coffee from invasive species.
A new UH study is looking at whether the program has led to an improved diet and reduced risk for cardiovascular disease among Native Hawaiian families.
Pesticides, heavy metals, sediment and other pollutants have been discharged by a state agency through an illegal plantation-era ditch system since 2015.