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Some want the Trump administration to act with more urgency in renegotiating existing treaties, which provide critical support to the tiny island nations.
If not, the congressman says renewal of the U.S treaties with three Micronesian nations may be at risk.
Honolulu attorney Laurie Loomis is under scrutiny from professional regulators, but a broader inquiry by federal and state law enforcement agencies is warranted.
The Office of Disciplinary Counsel said a Civil Beat story triggered the investigation into attorney Laurie Loomis.
Laurie Loomis’ operation, including flying women from the Marshall Islands for adoptions, resembles that of a recently indicted Arizona lawyer, but thus far she has faced no consequences.
Personally, I think it’s just a cartoon. But a research paper connects Bikini Bottom to the Bikini Atoll nuclear tests.
Some travel to the Mexican border to replace documents that are essential to accessing jobs, housing and even driver’s licenses.
Guam lifted its statute of limitations for child sexual abuses in 2016, paving the way for claims to be filed.
The Hawaii Advisory Committee to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission says these migrants should receive access to Medicaid and other benefits they are now denied.
The historic World War II site is on the front lines again as part of an expanded U.S. missile defense system.
After the charging of a prominent Arizona adoption attorney in three states for multiple offenses, authorities say more actions are coming.
Paul Petersen, an Arizona attorney who was the focus of a Honolulu Civil Beat investigation, is the target of a multi-state investigation.