Each member of Hawaii’s federal delegation has taken on a different role as the federal government struggles to respond to the growing coronavirus pandemic.
Hawaii’s two representatives, both Democrats, were concerned about Trump’s decision to kill a top Iranian official without congressional approval.
All four members have expressed concern about the Trump administration’s stance with Iran, which has escalated tensions within the region.
The Hawaii congressman needed to balance the growing partisan divide with his desire to get work done for the state he calls home.
Case’s attempt to exempt Hawaii from the 1920 maritime law isn’t supported by others in the state’s federal delegation.
Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard was one of only four Democratic holdouts as Trump was impeached for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Congress passed a budget that includes money for programs the Trump administration tried to cut.
The Hawaii congressman says he wants to see if President Donald Trump has a “plausible explanation” for his conduct before making up his mind.