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A new report from the Hawaii Executive Conference details the state’s worsening financial problems, but it doesn’t offer any solutions.
Mike Town, who retired in 2010, was appointed by Senate President Ron Kouchi.
A transparency website is meant to provide the public easy access to information, but it isn’t always updated quickly.
But the Legislature says state law requires it to withhold the names of the three House members and one senator.
The AG’s office issued a $500,000 warrant for the arrest of Randall Saito, calling him a “dangerous individual” who needs to be off the street.
Ethics Commission reports provide some details about what Hawaii’s professional persuaders spend, and what they earn.
It doesn’t take a whole lot to satisfy the state’s legal definition of a lobbyist.
Government officials fear a bill sitting on Gov. Ige’s desk will strip them of their ability to tell their employees what to do without union interference.
The state is trying to streamline its workers’ compensation system, but critics say wholesale changes are needed.
Why did the Ige administration try to change rules on tax refunds and general excise tax licenses? It doesn’t want you to know.
State officials promised lawmakers they’d draft new rules to protect infants, but more than three years later nothing’s changed.