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State Sen. Kai Kahele continues to rake in cash in his bid to oust the CD2 congresswoman.
UPDATED 9/24/2019: The U.S. senator from Hawaii says the president is “breaking statutory and constitutional law every day.”
As the calls for action intensify, the Hawaii Democrats say Congress should continue its investigations.
He plans to work as a consultant in the private sector.
The Hawaii senator is chairman of a new committee on the climate crisis. He talks about what that means.
The Hawaii congresswoman will need to raise a lot more if she expects to compete with Democrat heavyweights such as Elizabeth Warren, who reported having $11 million in cash on hand.
As Congress launches into a new two-year session, Civil Beat looked back at some of the delegation’s accomplishments during the first two years of Trump.
Environmental groups say the shipping industry wants to loosen regulations, which could make it harder to fight invasive species.
Hawaii’s senior senator isn’t on the ballot again until 2022, but he’s raised more than $2 million for fellow Senate Democrats in recent years.
A resolution authored by Hawaii Sen. Brian Schatz passed unanimously in support of the First Amendment and freedom of the press.