A billionaire’s investment in the state’s biggest slaughterhouses and a shift to more grass-fed operations could help ranchers keep their cattle in the islands after years of sending them to the mainland.
Rebecca Like describes herself as a reform-minded candidate who would work to continue former prosecutor Justin Kollar’s legacy.
The state Council on Revenues says Hawaii will collect $300 million more in taxes this year than previously projected.
This is one of the few seats that Republicans could likely pick up in the Nov. 3 election.
Many folks are angry at Hawaii’s governor over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. But booting him from office is not that easy.
Reps. Brower and Cachola lose, but San Buenaventura and Cabanilla move ahead in their efforts to claim Senate seats.
They received hundreds of thousands of dollars from special interest groups and those with strong ties to the business community.