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It’s far less than the DOE sought, but there’s hope for “more of a focus on education” in state government.
The Legislature will consider approving the governor’s supplemental spending request when lawmakers reconvene next year.
If power struggles within the Democratic and Republican parties nationally are transplanted to the islands, all bets are off.
A backlash is brewing against a potential deal for the company to collect Hawaii taxes — in part, because no one knows what’s in the agreement.
Ford Fuchigami will become the governor’s administrative director Nov. 1.
The Legislature approved a $600,000 effort to help people who give up their time, work and financial security to help relatives.
The congresswoman files papers to form a campaign committee. Meanwhile, state senators Will Espero and Josh Green are running for lieutenant government.
The president, the mayor and the governor have divergent stories, but they’ve ended up in the same political place: the dumps.
Hawaii’s chief executive had an approval rating below 50 percent in the survey, unlike most other governors.