But President Trump calls passage of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act “a big, beautiful tax cut for Christmas.”
From data security to climate change, from net neutrality to telemedicine, the Hawaii senator is front and center on technology issues.
The Hawaii senator opposed legislation that could have led to halting military force not specifically authorized by Congress.
Campaign finance reports show Hawaii’s U.S. senators have far different totals on hand, but Hirono did raise $400,000 from April to June.
The proposed reauthorization of a housing bill leaves out annual funding of up to $13 million for Native Hawaiians.
The Hawaii senator perceives a whole new political landscape in the islands, with constituents following “every twist and turn.”