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Advocates for the elderly say unannounced inspections are long overdue but state officials foresee problems.
The rash of deaths on Maui, predominantly visitors, has elected officials searching for solutions.
The common practice of not releasing testimony to the public until an hour before a hearing has one Republican lawmaker pushing for change.
In Hawaii’s hugging culture, it’s hard to tell when the traditional hug and kiss is innocent or inappropriate.
With polls consistently showing public support for the concept, legislators look to give the issue another go this session.
UPDATED Attorney General Doug Chin says he’ll decide if he’ll take the job by Friday.
When sea level rises, a new legal opinion says, public land follows the shoreline and the state can charge property owners to access their own places.