Saturday, April 21, 2018
Hawai'i Daily News Read

Saturday, April 21, 2018
April 21, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Sam King Announces OHA Candidacy
  2. Elections: 281 Candidates Pull Papers
  3. Resolution: Will Democratic Convention Endorse Call to Stop Rail at Middle Street?
  4. Hawaii House Passes Trigger Modification Ban
  5. Territory Free of Jones Act, Matson extends its South Pacific service
  6. DHHL Commissioners Appointed, Re-Appointed
  7. Hawaii 2nd-Worst State for House Flippers
  8. Hawaii 56% Religious
  9. Hawaii Family Forum Legislative Week in Review
  10. Hanabusa’s Legislators Choke on Plan to Push Homeless Back onto Streets
  11. Kaniela ‘2%’ Ing Caught Lying About Non-Existent Master’s Degree—Makes up More Lies to Explain it Away
  12. Revealed: Kirk Caldwell is a Nigerian Prince
  13. Hawaii Sugar Killed by Mexican Dumping?
  14. Kauai could have used the Superferry

Friday, April 20, 2018
April 20, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Hawaii Legislature wants to vacuum up your tax savings
  2. Bunch of Zeroes: Conservative Rankings of Hawaii Congressional Delegation
  3. Boom Over? Hawaii Construction Employment Drops
  4. Former Maui Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Theft Under Color of Law and Witness Tampering
  5. DoE: Social Studies Standards open for public review through April
  6. Audit: Top Criminal Investigators Looking into Rail Finances
  7. How Will Honolulu Pay To Run Rail Once It’s Built? The City Still Doesn’t Know
  8. Water Board Asks Global Warming Committees to Certify Excuses for Next Rate Hike
  9. Al Gore’s E-Bus Can’t Make it up Hills—‘Everybody was giggling’
  10. Bill 33: Rouse Mob to Tear Down Affordable Housing
  11. HB2605: No Taxation Without Legalization
  12. HPA: Peter Kema Gets 18 Year Minimum
  13. State seeks to cancel lease with Olomana Golf Club
  14. Profitable Hysteria: Anti-Sunscreen Nuts Behind Beach-Based Corporate Marketing Blitz
  15. Police: Man arrested for demanding money from flood victims he 'rescued'
  16. Soft on Crime: Nine-Time Loser Brings 1.3lb Heroin to Kona 
  17. Socialists: We Need More Criminals on Hawaii’s Streets

Thursday, April 19, 2018
April 19, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Why OHA Needs a 12-Step Program -- Part 2
  2. Hemp Pilot Program Begins Accepting Grower License Applications
  3. LEAD: Police to Refer Homeless Offenders to Treatment
  4. Cleanest Air: Hawaii joins Oil Rich Wyoming--Green California Remains Filthy and Disgusting
  5. Louise Pagotto recommended to be next Kapiolani Community College chancellor
  6. Legislators Vote $125M for Kauai, Oahu Flooding Relief
  7. House-Senate Conference Committee Begins Real Budget Negotiations
  8. PUC: Elon Musk to get 21% More Money from Hawaii Electric Ratepayers
  9. Solar Contractor Seeks to Censor Critics
  10. Waikiki lifeguards frustrated as homeless fights, obscene acts distract from job duties
  11. No Tent Cities -- We Can House Every Homeless person in Modular Structures for $200M
  12. Second woman says former deputy sheriff groped her in search
  13. Kauai police say some flood-trapped residents were extorted during rescues
  14. Legality uncertain in Navy officer’s shooting
  15. Doctors Try to Stop Anti-Sunscreen Hysteria

Wednesday, April 18, 2018
April 18, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. New study ranks Hawaii economy poorly but offers guide to ‘course correction’
  2. Most Ethics-Related Bills Dead for Session
  3. Schatz Calls Out Party For Fundraising Off Fake News
  4. Which Hawaii Town is Best Place to Start a Business?
  5. April 24: Caldwell to Announce Plan to Increase traffic jams near UH campus
  6. Ige Selects Troy Hashimoto for Souki Seat
  7. Our Connection to the Stars
  8. Children's Health Care Hawaii Ranks 7th
  9. State is Swimming in Money and Legislators Still Push Massive Tax Hikes to Feed Unions
  10. Can Hanabusa Exploit Flooding Disaster for Political Advantage? 
  11. Most States Outlaw Fundraising During Legislative Session—Not Hawaii
  12. Rosy numbers may be hiding Hawaii's unfunded pension liabilities
  13. Cost of Hawaii county government? $2,449 each
  14. Bumpy Kanahele Scheme: Exploit Homeless to grab Control of Golf Course
  15. Hawaii seafood wholesalers fear Congress could block mainland marlin exports
  16. Workers Comp: Drunken Money-Grubbing Lawyer Assaults Doctor
  17. Top Mainland Eco-Faddist Demands Cold Showers for Hilo
  18. Are Hawaii Schools Doing Enough to Turn Kids Gay?
  19. Search warrant carried out at Ka‘u Learning Academy as it faces possible closure

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
April 17, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Kauai Flooding: Dozens Evacuated from Hanalei by Helicopter
  2. Third Trip to DC--Will Honolulu Rail Fail?
  3. What Honolulu Rail Officials Know They Don’t Know
  4. Sen. Donna Kim Leads Crowded Congressional Field In Fundraising
  5. Why housing is so expensive in Hawaii - regulatory bureaucracy
  6. Hanalei Flooding: Ecos Go for Ban on Rebuilding Wrecked TVRs
  7. Local Meteorologist Fails to Blame Global Warming for Kauai Floods
  8. Mindless Ignorance: Oahu court invalidates state-issued permits to collect tropical fish in wild
  9. Trump administration defends Obama's Atlantic monument
  10. SpinLaunch Scam faces criticism during informational session in Naalehu
  11. How Criminals are Recruited to Sovereignty Movement

Monday, April 16, 2018
April 16, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Physician-Assisted Suicide: Some Humans are Disposable
  2. Attorney General Suzuki Names Deputy, Assistant
  3. Hanabusa’s Legislators are Already Putting Homeless People on the Streets
  4. Molokai Mule Ride: More Mainland ‘Sovereign Citizen’ Quackery
  5. Punatics Attempting to Shut Down Low Cost Clean Energy Source   
  6. Profitable Hysteria: Raw Elements Marketing ‘Reef Safe’ Sunscreen on Hawaiian Flights
  7. Kauai: Yukimura Refused Military Help for Iniki Hurricane Relief
  8. Man killed trying to enter Ewa Beach home
  9. Zoo Making Another Run at Accreditation
  10. Commission cites problems at Kau charter school

Sunday, April 15, 2018
April 15, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. The Feds Gave You a Break? Now We, the State, Can Turn the Screws!
  2. OHA Hit With Subpoenas After Trustees Fail to Act on LLC Reform?
  3. Ray L’Heureux Launches Republican Campaign for Governor
  4. VIDEO: How to Save $5B on Rail
  5. Opioids and Assisted Suicide
  6. Maui Dems Send Ige Three Nominees for Souki Seat
  7. Not Born That Way: How Underage Gay Prostitution and Child Abuse turned Hawaii’s Top Tranny 
  8. Luke: Ige is Pathetic Irrelevant Crybaby or Caged Animal
  9. OIP Backlog? ‘Our Priority is Rulemaking’
  10. Cayetano: Bill undermines stated TMT support
  11. Legislation: This is where the rubber meets the road.
  12. Tensions rise on Molokai as state sheriffs evict group who operated mule rides
  13. No Transparency as Eco Activist Group Takes Control of West Hawaii Surf Schools

Saturday, April 14, 2018
April 14, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Elections: 269 Candidates Pull Papers
  2. State Supreme Court to Hear Molokai Ranch Water Case
  3. Rate Hikes Coming: Bill to change Hawaiian Electric's business model lands on Ige's desk
  4. Another $64M for Rail: Caldwell Allows Developer to go forward thus Jacking Up Price
  5. Despite opposition, state moves forward with DTL plan to transform Hawaii's largest boat harbor
  6. Hawaii vs Canary Islands: Obstructionists Race to Decide Telescope Location
  7. Governor would review any border duty requests
  8. Former DoE Asst Sup’t Ray LHeureux Running for Governor as Republican
  9. Honolulu City Councilman to propose bill requiring periodic building inspections
  10. Foam container ban bill fails to pass—90 Jobs Saved from Screaming Mob of Hysterical Environmentalists

Friday, April 13, 2018
April 13, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. After Syria Chemical Attack Tulsi Gabbard Still Flacking for Russia and Assad
  2. TMT Board Postpones Decision on Telescope Site
  3. Hawaii schools need flexibility, not centralization
  4. Maui Dems: Eight Apply for Souki Seat
  5. UH System--Legislative Session Update
  6. Honolulu World's Best City Sanitation?
  7. City Hires Private Security Guards to Protect Parks Overnight
  8. Hawaii County seeks applicants for Boards and Commissions
  9. GAO: Hawaii-Pacific Vets Wait 75 Days to Receive VA Care
  10. JSC Seeks Nominees for Appeals Court, First Circuit
  11. Former prosecutor to lead rail investigation
  12. Survey says Gov. Ige is among least popular governors
  13. HB1585: Mauna Kea construction ban ‘Dead on Arrival’ in House
  14. $25M SpinLaunch funding bill moves forward despite Company Being Scam
  15. Council Committee Rejects Caldwell’s $44M Rail Money Grab
  16. Caldwell Blows out ANOTHER Big Name Surf Contest
  17. City's housing community Kauhale Kamaile at capacity
  18. Will ‘state of the art’ Iwilei homeless center ever open?
  19. 18 Months Waiting for Building Permit—Construction Almost Done
  20. State Supreme Court Justices Sign Up with Cult of Gore
  21. UH Hires Two More ‘Scientists’ Primed to Attack Fishing Fleet
  22. Big Island Lunatic Continues to Create Pretexts

Thursday, April 12, 2018
April 12, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Kauai County Sues Opioid Manufacturers
  2. Caldwell Ordered to Repay Military Personnel After Illegally Seizing Their Cars
  3. End of Session: House Republican Bills Still Alive
  4. Does Your State Tax Manufacturing Machinery?
  5. PEW: Hawaii, Alaska More Middle Class Than Most     
  6. Nomination of Mark Bennett Shows Limits Of Outside Group Influence On Judges
  7. Senate Panel Endorses Jill Otake for Bench in Hawaii
  8. Thirty Meter Telescope deadline Pushed Back to November
  9. HSTA Property Tax Slush Fund will Squeeze Counties
  10. Harry Kim renews push for GET Hike after Caldwell-style ‘recalculation’
  11. State Agribusiness Dev Corp: $261M Agency Claims Too Busy To Be Audited
  12. Housing and homelessness: Let’s stick with what works
  13. Council Leaders, Mayor Caldwell Will Talk With Feds In DC About Rail Funding
  14. HB1911: Close complicated loophole for kupuna care facilities
  15. Oahu farmland purchased by state in 2013 site of massive dump site
  16. Child Abuse: Parents Inflict 14 Years of Homelessness on Child
  17. Solar Hot Water: Green Energy Scammers Grub for Money—Demand Cold Showers for Hilo Residents
  18. Electric buses showcase state's commitment to Help Al Gore Profit Even More from Global Warming scam
  19. 15% of Kauai Electricity From Murdering Trees
  20. Maui: Criminals Not Happy in Jail
  21. MPD employees disciplined for violations
  22. Ethics: Convicted Felon Elle Cochran Warned After Scoring Lots of Free Tickets
  23. SCR76: Rewriting the Constitution is a Really Dangerous Idea

Wednesday, April 11, 2018
April 11, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. OHA Needs a 12-Step Program
  2. HTDC Report: After Billions in Tax Credits, Hawaii Tech Sector Still Minuscule
  3. Tax Freedom Day Hawaii -- April 20
  4. DBEDT: US average labor earnings higher than Hawaii
  5. Hawaii occupational licensing laws 'headed in wrong direction'
  6. AMA: Hawaii Has Longest Life Expectancy
  7. SB2609 Unconstitutional? Would Hide Financial Disclosures from Public
  8. Unanimous House Approves HSTA Property Tax on All Renters
  9. Floor amendments made to controversial Maunakea measures
  10. SB2401: Save Hawaii from Homeless Tent Cities
  11. Hawaii Lawmakers Claim They Want Better Sexual Harassment Rules — Just Not Yet
  12. Sanctuary State?  Just Empty Talk Pandering to Dem Base
  13. Wisdom: Council Considers Big Cuts In Honolulu’s Silly, Annoying Climate Change Office
  14. Trump’s Federal Judge Nominee For Hawaii Gets Warm Reception In DC
  15. Police: Officer in murder-suicide had been accused of domestic violence
  16. Ing Has ANOTHER Strange Story About Petty Crime
  17. Opoid Use Drops 50% After Federal Testing Begins

Tuesday, April 10, 2018
April 10, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Honolulu Neighborhood Board Elections to be Cancelled?
  2. EA Debunks Hysteria: Aquarium Fishery has 'No Significant Impact'
  3. HSTA Bosses Reelected without Opposition
  4. Amicus Brief on Behalf of Evan McMullin et al in Hawaii v. Trump: Congress Intended to 'Eliminate All Vestiges of Discrimination'
  5. HTA: HB2010 Would be 'Devastating' to Tourism Industry
  6. Is Obamacare Unconstitutional Without Individual Mandate Tax? Hawaii AG Attempts to Intervene
  7. Hawaii Millennials 2nd Lowest Home Ownership Rate in USA
  8. DoE Touts Increased Enrollment in AP Classes
  9. NAEP Shows Multi-Year Decline in DoE Math Scores
  10. If They Can’t Build, We Can’t Collect Rent: Protesters Oppose HB1585 Moratorium on Telescope Construction
  11. Hawaii Eco Democrats Too Busy Kissing up to Silicon Valley to be Concerned with the Poor
  12. HB2117: Will Legislators Vote to Outlaw School Testing?
  13. FCC’s final report on false missile alert cites human error and poor safeguards
  14. HB2739: Marijuana Christmas Tree Bill-Edibles, Tourists, Employment
  15. Caregiver Can Kill off Gramps Without Family Knowledge
  16. Woman feared for life before murder-suicide, daughter says
  17. Concept: Have an Incumbent-Free Election in HD8?
  18. Military Spending: Feds shell out, Isles cash in
  19. Federal agent Christopher Deedy appeals to halt third trial in Waikiki fatal shooting
  20. Pro-life walkout planned

Monday, April 09, 2018
April 9, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Hanabusa: Political Insiders are My Strength
  2. Trump To Replace 'Liberal Lion' Of The Ninth Circuit
  3. Tax Burden: Hawaii Ranks #2
  4. Blue Planet: Working to Keep Electricity Expensive and Dirty so Silicon Valley Billionaires can Cash In
  5. Fox, Henhouse: Ige Picks Union Member to Chair BoE
  6. Molokai Mule Tour Operator Copies Coco Palms ‘Royal Patent’ Scheme
  7. Wisdom: Don’t rush to ban sunscreens that can prevent skin cancer
  8. Schatz Claims GOP dedicated to making climate change worse
  9. Hawaii Dem Legislators Push Fee Hike on Electric Cars
  10. Suicide Squad Begins Push for Censorship
  11. Insurance Bonanza: Kill off Gramps and Cash In on Life Insurance
  12. Hawaii island police are investigating an officer involved murder-suicide
  13. UPW Members Torture Septic Haulers
  14. Anti-Superferry Pacific Whale Buys New Mini-Superferry for Whale Watching

Sunday, April 08, 2018
April 8, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Can Government Avoid Its Responsibilities with LLCs?
  2. OHA Trustees to Order Shutdown of LLCs?
  3. Next Rail Money Grab: Caldwell Still has no Plan for Operating Costs
  4. Election Gambit: Hanabusa’s Legislators Push to Double Number of Homeless on Streets Just Before Voting Begins
  5. Elaborate homeless camps continue to pop up, but homeless numbers are going down
  6. Ige expresses confidence in re-election, despite setbacks
  7. Borreca: Hanabusa Said Something About Gun Control Back in 2013
  8. #MeToo: Oahu Homosexual Child Molester Victim Tells Story
  9. Complicity via silence is second hidden crime of sex harassment
  10. Longliners codify ethics in push-back against human rights allegations

Saturday, April 07, 2018
April 7, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Elections: 249 Candidates Pull Papers
  2. Hawaii Family Forum Legislative Week in Review
  3. 1 Hour Notice--Hawaii House Committee Passes Trigger Modification Ban
  4. Chief Justice Appoints Kirstin M. Hamman as Maui District Court Judge
  5. HB1585: Another Gut-And-Replace Bill Concerning Mauna Kea
  6. Medically assisted death bill should not have been passed
  7. Gubernatorial Candidates Appear Before CNHA
  8. Ignorance Defeats Agriculture Again: House Unanimously Passes anti-Pesticide Bill
  9. Hawaii County Cost of Government Commission Convenes
  10. Oahu home sales break million-dollar mark for average price
  11. The return of vagrancy laws
  12. Brand New Chinese Built Superferry Arrives in Honolulu—On Way to Trinidad & Tobago

Friday, April 06, 2018
April 6, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Hawaii: Need $153K Salary to Buy Average Home
  2. Mandatory paid sick leave wrong medicine for Hawaii economy
  3. SB2922: HSTA Property Tax Hike Now Hits All Local Renters
  4. Gut n Replace: HB2010 ‘Will Reverse Hawaii’s Tourism Future’
  5. HB1985: OHA Testifies in Support of Gut–n-Replace Mauna Kea Management Bill
  6. TVRs: Appleseed Makes A Fool of Itself
  7. Hanabusa’s House Budget De-Funds Maui Hospitals
  8. Mandatory Sick Leave One Vote Away from Governor’s Desk
  9. HB2106: Non-Existent Sea Level Rise Must be Considered in all EIS
  10. Bid for back taxes on online car rentals goes before state Supreme Court
  11. Soft on Crime: Hawaii Supreme Court Rules Extra-Long Sentence for Domestic Violence with a Hammer to the Mouth is Unconstitutional
  12. Caldwell Wants A Sidewalk Sit-Lie Ban Everywhere On Oahu
  13. Gill Family to Cash In--Developer Exploring Giant Wind Farm In West Oahu
  14. Sinking Creates New Opportunity to Destroy Hawaii Fishing Fleet
  15. Oahu’s biggest construction disputes
  16. Politically Connected ‘Nonprofit’ Scores Free Oceanfront Real Estate and $8M Cash
  17. Sen Akaka Dies at 93

Thursday, April 05, 2018
April 5, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Hawaii’s ill-chosen legalization of assisted suicide
  2. Grassroot: Low unemployment masks Hawaii’s unhealthy economy
  3. Ethics Ruling: How DTL Pays Senator Delacruz -- Legally
  4. Ethics: City Supervisor Caught Working Second Job on City Time
  5. Honolulu Among U.S. Solar Leading Cities in New Report
  6. Hunt for Few Remaining Rats on Lehua Island
  7. Death Tax: Hawaii One of Only a Few States
  8. DOI moves to rescind 'illegal' threatened species rule
  9. Legislators Move a Dozen Gut-And-Replace Bills
  10. HIEMA Funding: Ige Works Around Hanabusa Obstruction
  11. OIP needs to break logjam on requests for public records
  12. Hirono Still Being Treated for Thyroid Cancer
  13. Piñata: Maui County Democrats Interviewing Applicants for HD8 Vacancy
  14. Wisdom: New chorus of voices questions plan to block sale of some sunscreens
  15. SCR76: Will Legislators Join Trump-Supporters’ Call for Constitutional Convention to Gut the First Amendment?
  16. Harry Kim Censors Mural of Hula Dancer Exercising 2nd Amendment Rights
  17. Mayor Kim’s point man on homeless Worn out by Demands of Managing Homeless Tent City—Quits
  18. UH: How to Proselytize the Eco-Religion

Wednesday, April 04, 2018
April 4, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Honolulu Socialists Foolishly Allow Rep Kaniela Ing to Join Up
  2. Is OHA a Broken Trust?
  3. Pohakuloa: Court Orders Review of State Lease
  4. Lawsuit: Hawaii Taser Ban is Unconstitutional
  5. Financial Literacy--Hawaii Ranks 41st
  6. SB2922: State Constitution to Enshrine Unlimited Property Tax Slush Fund for HSTA
  7. Hawaii Unemployment Rate Drops as Young People Flee State by the Thousands
  8. Retaliation: Delacruz Bill that would slash HTA funding passes Ways and Means
  9. Hanabusa Obtains SHOPO Endorsement After Her Senate Waters Down Bill To Set Minimum Police Officer Standards
  10. The Smell of Money: HDoT Suddenly Pretends to believe in Sea Level Rise—Wants $15B
  11. New push underway to test all Hawaii students for mental health disorders
  12. HB1489: One Tranny for Every Bathroom in Hawaii Elementary Schools
  13. SB2340: Keep Obamacare in Hawaii
  14. HGEA Finds Way to Sabotage DoTax Tech Upgrade (again)
  15. Senators press for audit of problem-plagued computer modernization project
  16. Wastewater Discharge: Hawaii County Next to be Sued?
  17. Waipio EMS station construction encounters year-long delay
  18. TVRs: How Dare the Little People Get a Cut for Themselves

Tuesday, April 03, 2018
April 3, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. HB1481: DelaCruz Gut & Replace to Bypass Opposition to HCDA Control of East Kapolei
  2. Community-based report on Maunakea released
  3. Honolulu 8th-Worst for Middle Class Homebuyers
  4. VIDEO: Trump Tax Impact on Hawaii
  5. Ige Appoints Three to BoE
  6. Just Shut Up; The Price of Pandering to Anti-Vaxxers
  7. Woman Hounded by Inouye Staffers After Fending off Senator’s Sexual Advances
  8. Gut-n-Replace: HB2010 Delacruz Retaliation Against HTA 
  9. Gut-n-Replace: HB1985 is New Vessel for Maunakea management bill -- to be debated Thursday
  10. Mafia-Connected ‘UnderSheriff’ Dead
  11. Are more Honolulu homeless becoming armed aggressors?
  12. Kahului: Homeless pace up and down street Screaming All Night Every Night
  13. U.S. Vets promotes its ‘master lease’ idea
  14. Measure proposes leasing of library sites
  15. What's the solution to fix Guam Memorial Hospital?  
  16. Anti-GMO Activists Promote School Shooting Conspiracy Theories
  17. TVRs: Why an Anti-GMO Activist Chooses to become ‘Outraged’ over a Seawall on Maui
  18. Caldwell to Announce New TVR Scheme
  19. Caldwell Pays $108 each to Catch Chickens

Monday, April 02, 2018
April 2, 2018 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Hawaii: Worst Taxpayer ROI in USA
  2. $30K Per Resident: Hawaii Worst OPEB Liability in USA
  3. Lahaina Injection Wells: Is WOTUS Just too Complicated to Enforce?
  4. Revolving Door: Caldwell Hires Another Reporter to Spin News
  5. Fat Leonard Scandal Went to Top of PACOM
  6. Consensus: Everybody Buying or Building in Kakaako is a Global Warming Denier
  7. Short-term rentals: Appleseed study uses misinformation and poor methodology
  8. Kanaka Rangers: It’s Time To Move Forward With Hawaiian Homesteads
  9. GQ: The Real Story of the Hawaiian Missile Crisis
  10. How Defense Attorney Uncovered Kealoha Corruption
  11. Recidivism; 63% of Criminals Do it Again When they Get a second Chance
  12. Accused Pedophile Beat the Rap Again and Again


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Hawaii Family Forum Legislative Week in Review
by Hawaii Family Forum Saturday, April 21, 2018

...Conference Committee Members Assigned....


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Hawaii 56% Religious
by News Release Saturday, April 21, 2018

...and 44% non-religious, 8th-least religious in USA....


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Hawaii 2nd-Worst State for House Flippers
by News Article Saturday, April 21, 2018

...Hawaii has the seventh-smallest average gross ROI in flips at less than 30 percent. Plus, its median home list price of over $900,000, the highest nationwide, ties up a lot of your capital at a time....


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Resolution: Will Democratic Convention Endorse Call to Stop Rail at Middle Street?
by News Release Saturday, April 21, 2018

...rail, during its 20 hours of daily operation, will use more energy per passenger-mile than is used today by one person in a gas-combustion automobile....


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Next Stop for Rail--$13 Billion
by Panos Prevedouros PhD Saturday, April 21, 2018

...Panos Prevedouros, chair of the civil and environmental engineering department at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, estimates that it will cost at least $13 billion....


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DHHL Commissioners Appointed, Re-Appointed
by News Release Saturday, April 21, 2018

...Randy Awo, David Kaapu, Zachary Helm....


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Territory Free of Jones Act, Matson extends its South Pacific service
by Michael Hansen Saturday, April 21, 2018

...the islands of American Samoa were exempted from maritime cabotage by the Tripartite Convention of 1899 concluding the Second Samoan Civil War....


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Hawaii House Passes Trigger Modification Ban
by News Release Saturday, April 21, 2018

...Senate Bill 2046 would make it a crime to manufacture, import, sell, gift, lend, or possess certain trigger modification....


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Sam King Announces OHA Candidacy
by News Release Friday, April 20, 2018

...“Let’s unite and return OHA to its true mission,” says King on announcing his candidacy....


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Elections: 281 Candidates Pull Papers
by News Release Friday, April 20, 2018

...Candidate filing for the 2018 Elections runs from February 1, 2018 through June 5, 2018. ...


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DoE: Social Studies Standards open for public review through April
by News Release Friday, April 20, 2018

...Office of Curriculum seeking broad input from educators and the public on the draft Secondary (grades 6-12) Social Studies Standards through April 30, 2018.... 


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Former Maui Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Theft Under Color of Law and Witness Tampering
by News Release Friday, April 20, 2018

...The driver, who was alone in the car, used crutches to stand when he got out of the vehicle and spoke limited English....


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Hawaii Legislature wants to vacuum up your tax savings
by Kelii Akina Friday, April 20, 2018

...In the latest edition of “Rich States, Poor States,” Hawaii ranked 45th overall. One of the biggest reasons for that low ranking was Hawaii’s high level of taxation....


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Bunch of Zeroes: Conservative Rankings of Hawaii Congressional Delegation
by News Release Friday, April 20, 2018

...Analysis Reveals Hawaii Federal Lawmakers’ Extreme Liberal Voting Records....


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Boom Over? Hawaii Construction Employment Drops
by News Release Friday, April 20, 2018

...Hawaii lost 1.9 percent of construction jobs between February and March....


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House-Senate Conference Committee Begins Real Budget Negotiations
by News Release Thursday, April 19, 2018

...The conference committee will reconvene on Friday, April 20, at 2 p.m. in room 309....


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Legislators Vote $125M for Kauai, Oahu Flooding Relief
by News Release Thursday, April 19, 2018

...The funds will be allotted to the State Department of Defense for disaster relief this fiscal year for the repairs and will lapse at the end of the next fiscal year....


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Louise Pagotto recommended to be next Kapiolani Community College chancellor
by News Release Thursday, April 19, 2018

...The effective date of the appointment is June 8, 2018....


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Cleanest Air: Hawaii Joins Oil Rich Wyoming--'Green' California Remains Filthy and Disgusting
by News Release Thursday, April 19, 2018

... Hawaii, and oil rich Wyoming and N Dakota are among the cleanest--8 of the 10 most ozone polluted cities are in 'green' California ....


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LEAD: Police to Refer Homeless Offenders to Treatment
by News Release Wednesday, April 18, 2018

...The pilot is funded by the Hawai‘i Department of Health — Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division and involves a partnership between more than 30 community organizations....


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Hemp Pilot Program Begins Accepting Grower License Applications
by News Release Wednesday, April 18, 2018

...HDOA worked with federal and state drug enforcement agencies to successfully import the hemp seed varietal, Yuma, from China....


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Why OHA Needs a 12-Step Program -- Part 2
by Video Video Wednesday, April 18, 2018

...Twelve Suggestions Made By You To Reform The Office Of Hawaiian Affairs.... 


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Tupola’s Hawaiian Language Resolution Unanimously Supported at the Capitol
by Rep Andria Tupola Wednesday, April 18, 2018

...House Concurrent Resolution 160 (HCR160) passed unanimously in the Senate on April 17....


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Children's Health Care Hawaii Ranks 7th
by News Article Wednesday, April 18, 2018

...but Hawaii ranks 44th for kids dental health care....


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Our Connection to the Stars
by Joni Kamiya Wednesday, April 18, 2018

...Hawaii will be set back for years with the loss of the Thirty Meter Telescope....


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Ige Selects Troy Hashimoto for Souki Seat
by News Release Tuesday, April 17, 2018

... Hashimoto has served as executive assistant to Maui County Council Chair Mike White since 2011 ....


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April 24: Caldwell to Announce Plan to Increase traffic jams near UH campus
by News Release Tuesday, April 17, 2018

...The meeting will be held at the Washington Middle School Cafeteria, 1633 S. King Street, from 6 p.m to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 24....


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Which Hawaii Town is Best Place to Start a Business?
by News Article Tuesday, April 17, 2018

... Waipahu, Pearl City and Kaneohe are the worst ....


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Schatz Calls Out Party For Fundraising Off Fake News
by News Article Tuesday, April 17, 2018

...A Democratic senator called out the national party for a fundraising with the misleading subject line special counsel Robert Mueller was about to be “fired.”....


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Most Ethics-Related Bills Dead for Session
by News Release Tuesday, April 17, 2018

...Update on ethics-related legislation from Hawaii State Ethics Commission agenda....


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New study ranks Hawaii economy poorly but offers guide to ‘course correction’
by Grassroot Institute Tuesday, April 17, 2018

...The study, “Rich States, Poor States,” released Tuesday by the Virginia-based American Legislative Exchange Council, showed Hawaii slipping two spots from last year’s ranking....


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Kauai Flooding: Dozens Evacuated from Hanalei by Helicopter
by News Release Tuesday, April 17, 2018

...Hawai‘i National Guard has deployed two UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, two CH-47 Chinooks, eight Zodiacs and more than 45 soldiers and airmen to support rescue efforts....


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Attorney General Suzuki Names Deputy, Assistant
by News Release Monday, April 16, 2018

...Dana O. Viola as the First Deputy Attorney General and James W. Walther as the Special Assistant to the Attorney General....


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Physician-Assisted Suicide: Some Humans are Disposable
by Heritage Foundation Monday, April 16, 2018

...This practice of discarding human life turns the practice of medicine upside down....


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Not Born That Way: How Underage Gay Prostitution and Child Abuse turned Hawaii’s Top Tranny
by News Article Sunday, April 15, 2018

...Every single one of Mock’s customers from age 15-18 is a homosexual child molester.  Who will demand that ‘Janet’ Mock name them?  ‘Her’ identity begins with shielding homosexual child molesters from the police in late 1990s Honolulu....


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220% Conveyance Tax Hike: HB207 Gut n Replace
by Tom Yamachika Sunday, April 15, 2018

...The Feds Gave You a Break? Now We, the State, Can Turn the Screws!....


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VIDEO: How to Save $5B on Rail
by Video Video Saturday, April 14, 2018

...Clayton Hee explains in this 2-minute video....


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Opioids and Assisted Suicide
by News Release Saturday, April 14, 2018

...It would have been nice to see this kind of concern on "medication" intended to kill.... 


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OHA Hit With Subpoenas After Trustees Fail to Act on LLC Reform?
by Andrew Walden Saturday, April 14, 2018

... The subpoenas hit the day after OHA Trustees were to discuss reforms of OHA’s troubled LLCs ....


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Ray L’Heureux Launches Republican Campaign for Governor
by News Release Saturday, April 14, 2018

...Pledges to Bring Trust and Confidence back to Government with sound servant leadership....


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State Supreme Court to Hear Molokai Ranch Water Case
by News Release Saturday, April 14, 2018

...Joint statement by DHHL and OHA on 1993 water use permit....


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JSC Seeks Nominees for Appeals Court, First Circuit
by News Release Friday, April 13, 2018

...The Judicial Selection Commission is accepting applications and nominations to fill the following anticipated judicial vacancies in the State of Hawaii....


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GAO: Hawaii-Pacific Vets Wait 75 Days to Receive VA Care
by News Release Friday, April 13, 2018

...veterans experienced delays related to the processing of their enrollment applications, contacting them to schedule appointments, and completing comprehensive mental health evaluations....


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Hawaii schools need flexibility, not centralization
by Kelii Akina Friday, April 13, 2018

...At a time when many advocates of education reform are promoting greater local involvement in schools, Hawaii appears to be moving in the opposite direction....


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City Hires Private Security Guards to Protect Parks Overnight
by News Release Friday, April 13, 2018

...parks were selected for this pilot project as many are in close proximity to another park, providing for a good test comparison of effectiveness....


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TMT Board Postpones Decision on Telescope Site
by News Release Friday, April 13, 2018

...The permit application process in the Canary Islands, in La Palma, continues. The environmental impact assessment of the project has been submitted to the competent authorities and, once the document is accepted, construction permits and other authorizations will be requested....


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After Syria Chemical Attack Tulsi Gabbard Still Flacking for Russia and Assad
by Andrew Walden Friday, April 13, 2018

...The most popular politician in Hawaii continues to serve Chris Butler....


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Hawaii County seeks applicants for Boards and Commissions
by News Release Friday, April 13, 2018

...The following vacancies need to be filled....


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UH System--Legislative Session Update
by News Release Friday, April 13, 2018

...the university will be watching conference meetings to see how they fare as agreements are made....


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Honolulu World's Best City Sanitation?
by News Release Friday, April 13, 2018

...Honolulu tops the City Sanitation ranking, followed by Helsinki and Ottawa in joint second, whereas Dhaka (230) and Port au Prince (231) fill the bottom places....


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Nomination of Mark Bennett Shows Limits Of Outside Group Influence On Judges
by News Article Thursday, April 12, 2018

...one of President Donald Trump’s nominees to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals shows that conventional wisdom isn’t quite right....


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Senate Panel Endorses Jill Otake for Bench in Hawaii
by News Article Thursday, April 12, 2018

...The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday unanimously approved President Donald Trump’s nominee for a position on a federal court in Hawaii....


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PEW: Hawaii, Alaska More Middle Class Than Most
by News Article Thursday, April 12, 2018

...Alaska and Hawaii are the two states with the lowest concentration of wealth in the top 1 percent....


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Does Your State Tax Manufacturing Machinery?
by Tax Foundation Thursday, April 12, 2018

...the sales tax bases in Hawaii, New Mexico, and South Dakota are incredibly broad, so it’s not surprising that they would tax these types of transactions....


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End of Session: House Republican Bills Still Alive
by Rep Andria Tupola Thursday, April 12, 2018

...We are three weeks away from the end of the 2018 Legislative Session....


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Caldwell Ordered to Repay Military Personnel After Illegally Seizing Their Cars
by News Release Thursday, April 12, 2018

...and the establishment of a $150,000 settlement fund for other affected servicemembers, who may be eligible to receive compensation....


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Kauai County Sues Opioid Manufacturers
by News Release Thursday, April 12, 2018

...litigation against manufacturers, marketers, and distributors of opioid pain medications who have irresponsibly spread this terrible epidemic....


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OHA Needs a 12-Step Program
by Video Video Wednesday, April 11, 2018

...Is It Past Time For An OHA “Intervention?”....


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SB2609 Unconstitutional? Would Hide Financial Disclosures from Public
by Video Video Wednesday, April 11, 2018

“Article 14 of our Constitution requires all boards and commission members who wield significant discretionary or fiscal powers to file financial disclosure statements...."


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AMA: Hawaii Has Longest Life Expectancy
by News Release Wednesday, April 11, 2018

...In 2016, Hawaii had the highest life expectancy at birth (81.3 years) and Mississippi had the lowest (74.7 years), a 6.6-year difference....


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Tax Freedom Day Hawaii -- April 20
by Tax Foundation Wednesday, April 11, 2018

...last year Hawaii Tax Freedom Day was April 19....


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Hawaii occupational licensing laws 'headed in wrong direction'
by Grassroot Institute Wednesday, April 11, 2018

...Grassroot Institute president urges removal of barriers to economic mobility....


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House Approves 61 Bills for Final Crossover
by News Release Wednesday, April 11, 2018

...With two days left before the Second Crossover deadline more than 220 bills have crossed over from the House to the Senate....


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DBEDT: US average labor earnings higher than Hawaii
by News Release Wednesday, April 11, 2018

...and these figures are not adjusted for cost of living....


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HTDC Report: After Billions in Tax Credits, Hawaii Tech Sector Still Minuscule
by News Release Tuesday, April 10, 2018

...After all the billions we gave them, HTDC's pet 'High Tech' tax credit recipents claim a paltry $61.27M in revenues for 2017....


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NAEP Shows Multi-Year Decline in DoE Math Scores
by News Release Tuesday, April 10, 2018

"...Math scores are often correlated to college and career readiness...."


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DoE Touts Increased Enrollment in AP Classes
by News Release Tuesday, April 10, 2018

...College and Career Readiness Indicators Report released by Hawai‘i P-20 Partnerships for Education....


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Is Obamacare Unconstitutional Without Individual Mandate Tax? Hawaii AG Attempts to Intervene
by News Article Tuesday, April 10, 2018

...Congress’ gutting of the individual mandate tax penalty last year leaves the law unconstitutional....


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Hawaii Millennials 2nd Lowest Home Ownership Rate in USA
by News Article Tuesday, April 10, 2018

...2018’s Best & Worst States for Millennials....


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Honolulu Neighborhood Board Elections to be Cancelled?
by News Release Tuesday, April 10, 2018

'''Extends the terms of board members from two (2) years to four (4) years...."


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