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Papahanaumokuakea Isn’t Targeted By Trump — At Least So Far Caleb McMahan/Hawaiian Fresh Seafood

Papahanaumokuakea Isn’t Targeted By Trump — At Least So Far

But two other marine monuments in the Pacific would shrink if Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s proposal is approved.

Hawaii Joins 15-State Suit Challenging Trump Over ‘Dreamer’ Decision Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Hawaii Joins 15-State Suit Challenging Trump Over ‘Dreamer’ Decision

The suit says ending protections for young immigrants would “punish and disparage people with Mexican roots.”

Hope For Legal Status In The US Turns To Uncertainty For This ‘Dreamer’ Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hope For Legal Status In The US Turns To Uncertainty For This ‘Dreamer’

President Trump is considering ending a program that granted temporary legal status to young undocumented immigrants, including more than 500 in Hawaii.
Why Hawaii Won’t Join Battle Against Trump’s ‘Sanctuary City’ Crackdown Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Why Hawaii Won’t Join Battle Against Trump’s ‘Sanctuary City’ Crackdown

While Hawaii has led the legal charge against the administration’s travel ban, Gov. David Ige is not supporting the sanctuary movement.

Judge Grants Hawaii’s Request On Refugees In Travel Ban Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Judge Grants Hawaii’s Request On Refugees In Travel Ban

UPDATED: The Trump administration will appeal the ruling, which found that grandparents, grandchildren, uncles, aunts and other relatives should be exempted.

Honolulu Judge Rejects Hawaii’s Latest Challenge To Travel Ban Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Honolulu Judge Rejects Hawaii’s Latest Challenge To Travel Ban

State had argued that subjecting grandparents and other relatives to the travel ban was “preposterous.”

Hawaii Claims Scaled-Back Trump Travel Ban Still On ‘Flawed Trajectory’ Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Claims Scaled-Back Trump Travel Ban Still On ‘Flawed Trajectory’

The state argues the new rules are remain too restrictive because they subject grandparents and other relatives of visa holders to the travel ban.

Hawaii Leaders Say State Is Under ‘Attack’ With Loss Of Federal Funds Civil Beat

Hawaii Leaders Say State Is Under ‘Attack’ With Loss Of Federal Funds

The proposed reauthorization of a housing bill leaves out annual funding of up to $13 million for Native Hawaiians.

Chin ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ Supreme Court Will Back Hawaii On Travel Ban Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Chin ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ Supreme Court Will Back Hawaii On Travel Ban

After winning at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Hawaii’s attorney general expects the challenge to Trump’s executive order to reach the high court.

Federal Government In Hawaii