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Lawmakers complain the governor’s spending proposal doesn’t reflect reality and will force them to be the “bad guy.”
The Council on Revenues lowered its growth projections after a debate that included speculation about Trump’s effects on tourism.
The Office of Information Practices receives hundreds of requests a year regarding release of public records and meeting notifications.
The companies’ latest submission to state energy regulators eschews the use of liquefied natural gas as a bridge to renewable power.
Lacking a quorum, the council has had to cancel many meetings over the past decade as governors struggled to nominate members.
The federal advisory body’s leaders want a five-year delay of the commercial fishing prohibition around Papahanaumokuakea.
The last-minute agreement represented one of the week’s few accomplishments, but more action on tuna is expected next year.
Diverse interests always seem to stymie a global organization charged with saving bluefin and bigeye tuna from overfishing.