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Ed Case

US Rep. Ed Case Raked In Campaign Cash While Threatening Biden’s Agenda Cory Lum/Civil Beat

US Rep. Ed Case Raked In Campaign Cash While Threatening Biden’s Agenda

The Hawaii congressman, a self-described fiscal conservative, was one of a handful of Democrats threatening the president’s $3.5 trillion “Build Back Better” plan.

New Ad Campaign Targets Rep. Case Over $3.5T Biden Bill Our Hawaii Action

New Ad Campaign Targets Rep. Case Over $3.5T Biden Bill

The Hawaii congressman has expressed concerns over the size of the spending plan, which includes some of the president’s top priorities such as climate change.

After Holding Out, Case Backs $3.5T Budget Spending Deal Nathan Eagle/Civil Beat

After Holding Out, Case Backs $3.5T Budget Spending Deal

The Hawaii congressman agreed to move forward on the plan in exchange for a vote on a bipartisan infrastructure bill that includes $550 billion in new spending.

House Foreign Affairs Committee Votes To Increase US Engagement In The Pacific Mark Edward Harris/Civil Beat/2015

House Foreign Affairs Committee Votes To Increase US Engagement In The Pacific

The strategy draws heavily from a bill authored by Hawaii Congressman Ed Case.

Case Draws Most Of His Campaign Cash From Special Interests Nick Grube/Civil Beat

Case Draws Most Of His Campaign Cash From Special Interests

The Hawaii congressman, who sits on the House Appropriations Committee, is up for re-election in 2022 but has yet to draw a challenger.

The Civil Beat Editorial Board Interview: US Rep. Ed Case Screenshot

The Civil Beat Editorial Board Interview: US Rep. Ed Case

The Hawaii congressman is optimistic that Congress will compromise on major infrastructure legislation.

Ed Case Revives Ambitious Pacific Island Foreign Policy Bill Chad Blair/Civil Beat

Ed Case Revives Ambitious Pacific Island Foreign Policy Bill

The bill would authorize $1 billion in aid to Pacific Island nations and boost trade, diplomatic and military relations across the region.

Hawaii Jockeys For Advantage In Biden’s $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Jockeys For Advantage In Biden’s $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan

Local politicians, business leaders and labor organizers say Hawaii needs funds to reduce its dependence on petroleum, boost rail and improve wastewater systems.

Kahele, Case Divided On Whether Inmates Should Vote From Prison Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Kahele, Case Divided On Whether Inmates Should Vote From Prison

A failed amendment to a House bill that seeks to expand voting rights and reduce the influence of money in politics highlights some differences between Hawaii’s Democratic congressmen.

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