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Daniel K. Inouye

Hirono’s Pineapple PAC Seeks To Help Dems Retake The US Senate Chad Blair/Civil Beat

Hirono’s Pineapple PAC Seeks To Help Dems Retake The US Senate

The Hawaii senator’s political action committee also donates to U.S. House candidates, party committees and even a Los Angeles city supervisor.
Oahu School Renamed For Dan Inouye drienne LaFrance/Civil Beat

Oahu School Renamed For Dan Inouye

Hale Kula Elementary School is located on the Schofield Barracks Army Installation, the home base for the late senator's combat unit during World War II.
Roll Call: Hawaii’s DC Delegation Packs the Least Punch Roll Call

Roll Call: Hawaii’s DC Delegation Packs the Least Punch

Hawaii suffered a precipitous fall in the national ranking of political influence.
Credit Inouye, Akaka for Internment Camp Monument File photo.

Credit Inouye, Akaka for Internment Camp Monument

The efforts of Hawaii’s former senators to secure the historic designation began in 2009, the same year that Hirono introduced a companion bill in the House.

Did Sen. Dan Inouye Sexually Harass Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand? Civil Beat

Did Sen. Dan Inouye Sexually Harass Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand?

A New York Times blog posts says he did. The item is getting wide distribution nationally.
Why Hasn’t Hanabusa Raised More Money For Hawaii Senate Campaign?

Why Hasn’t Hanabusa Raised More Money For Hawaii Senate Campaign?

Backing of national Democrats helps Brian Schatz build 3-to-1 cash advantage in 2014 race.
A House Divided — Which Way Will Democrats in Hawaii Go?

A House Divided — Which Way Will Democrats in Hawaii Go?

Sen. Inouye's last political wish, and Gov. Abercrombie's choice to ignore it, are leading to intra-party conflict.
Can Inouye’s Ghost Take Down Sen. Brian Schatz? Civil Beat/Brian Tseng

Can Inouye’s Ghost Take Down Sen. Brian Schatz?

UPDATED The late Hawaii senator's top aides throw their weight behind his chosen successor, U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa.
Off The Beat: A Memorable Memorial Suggestion

Off The Beat: A Memorable Memorial Suggestion

Forget that three-day weekend: Colleen Hanabusa wants Memorial Day observed on May 30, just like Dan Inouye.
Daniel K. Inouye