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The Hawaii congresswoman has barely registered in the polls, chastises her own party and has become a punchline. Time to throw in the towel?
They say that the House impeachment inquiry into the president’s request for a favor from Ukraine is nothing more than desperate politics.
Allegations that Trump pressured a foreign country to investigate Joe Biden “go to the core of this or any President’s constitutional duties and our national security.”
The Hawaii Campaign Spending Commission investigated the PAC for vast discrepancies between its campaign reports and bank records.
Gov. Ige sports a moustache, but most of our elected officials prefer the clean shave.
In the 2019 session many administration bills died, programs got less funding than sought and nominees faced tough grilling.
The budget is expected to be approved a month earlier than normal, but thorny funding decisions like Big Island disaster relief and pre-K expansion remain undecided.
A few senators are upset about their assignments and say traditions are not being followed, but President Ron Kouchi says any complaints are baseless.
So much changed nationally, including control of the U.S. House and the election of scores of women. But not here.
Republicans, who currently hold only five House seats and no Senate seats, appear poised to grab one Senate seat.