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Monday, January 31, 2011
HB48: Mandatory Voter Registration bill deferred
By Grassroot Institute @ 9:44 PM :: 8871 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

The bill says that every qualified applicant “is required to authorize the attorney general to collect and transmit the necessary personal information required for registering the qualified applicant with the county clerk.”

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Monday, January 31, 2011
Pension Report puts Hawaii in a Bad Moody
By Grassroot Institute @ 9:19 PM :: 9136 Views :: Energy, Environment

 Along with Massachusetts and Connecticut, Hawaii leads the country with the highest ratio of bonded debt to personal income as well as having some of the highest long-term debt as a percentage of the state gross domestic product.

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Monday, January 31, 2011
Hawaii County Plastic Bag Ban? “Stop micro-managing our lives”
By News Release @ 8:34 PM :: 10207 Views :: Hawaii County , Akaka Bill, Energy, Environment

When are you just going to leave us alone to live our lives in peace?

Just because Maui and Kauai and San Francisco and other progressive enclaves have done it does not mean we have to be so foolish also.

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Monday, January 31, 2011
Full Text: Obamacare ruled unconstitutional -- Again
By Selected News Articles @ 5:16 PM :: 6925 Views :: Health Care

"Because the individual mandate is unconstitutional and not severable, the entire Act must be declared void."

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Monday, January 31, 2011
Wanna-be Dearborn Mosque bomber was mentally ill Wikileaks supporter
By Andrew Walden @ 5:07 PM :: 9469 Views :: National News, Ethics, World News, Family

It isn’t the first time around for Roger Dale Stockman, arrested in the parking lot of a Dearborn, Michigan mosque last week.  Stockman, allegedly caught with illegal fireworks after making threats against Arabs at a Dearborn bar, has a long criminal and psychiatric record.  At least two of his previous federal arrests involved threats.  In 1985 he was sent to a Federal Prison psychiatric ward after placing a pipe bomb in the Reno, NV airport.

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Monday, January 31, 2011
Jan 31, 2011: How Hawaii Congressional Delegation Voted
By News Release @ 4:49 PM :: 7121 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

Recent Congressional Votes

  • Senate: Secret Holds Elimination
  • House: Non-Security Discretionary Spending Limit
  • House: Presidential Campaign Fund Termination
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Monday, January 31, 2011
UPDATE: HB1468 Flagpole Bill will NOT be heard Wednesday
By News Release @ 4:31 PM :: 9300 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

This bill, HB 1468, brings Hawaii into compliance with the federal law as well as ensuring that these home owners may display their American Flag continuously 365 days a year despite any association board's regulation, covenant, or similar binding agreement to the contrary.  It also removes any fee you would have to pay to display our Flag.  HB1468 IS BEING HEARD WED FEB 2, 8:30AM IN CONFERENCE ROOM 325 AT THE CAPITOL.

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Monday, January 31, 2011
Secrecy, Conflicts of Interest permeate Oregon Assisted Suicide system
By News Release @ 12:15 PM :: 8421 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

The most important message is what it doesn't tell us. It doesn't tell us whether the person who died consented when the lethal dose was administered.

Further to that, the physician is rarely present at the time the lethal dose is administered. If the person does not consent, who would know?

The reporting system has a conflict of interest, whereby the physician who wrote the lethal prescription submits the report. The physician will not admit to abuse.

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Sunday, January 30, 2011
SB711: Luddites attack Hawaii GE aquaculture
By News Release @ 3:55 PM :: 6082 Views :: Energy, Environment

The Senate Committee on Agriculture, chaired by Senator Clarence Nishihara and Vice Chair Gil Kahele, will hear SB 711 relating to genetically engineered fish at a hearing immediately following the joint hearing with the Committee on Energy and Environment which is hearing the other two anti-biotech bills.

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Sunday, January 30, 2011
Four assisted suicide bills introduced to Hawaii Legislature
By Andrew Walden @ 3:14 PM :: 7685 Views :: Energy, Environment

Four assisted suicide bills have been introduced in the State House and Senate.  None of them have yet been scheduled for committee hearings.  The bills can be tracked here ....

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Saturday, January 29, 2011
Rep Michele Bachmann to speak on Oahu, Maui
By News Release @ 3:02 PM :: 13264 Views :: Kauai County, DHHL, Maui County, Education K-12, National News, Ethics

Oahu:  Wednesday, Feb. 2nd, 11:30 am to 1 pm

Maui: Wednesday, February 2nd, 5:30 to 8pm

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Friday, January 28, 2011
Abercrombie Administration admits lying about Palafox withdrawal
By Andrew Walden @ 11:48 PM :: 14564 Views :: Health Care, Higher Education

Adding to its developing reputation for secrecy, the Abercrombie Administration has now clearly lied about at least one aspect of the sudden withdrawal of Dr Neal Palafox’s DoH nomination.

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Friday, January 28, 2011
How They Voted: Civil Unions passes Senate 19-6
By Hawaii Family Forum @ 10:24 PM :: 6588 Views :: Energy, Environment

The bill will now crossover from the Senate to the House.  We are anticipating the bill will be heard in the House Judiciary committee and will let you know once the hearing is scheduled.

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Friday, January 28, 2011
GOP: Moody’s puts $7,987 price tag on Hawaii Democrats’ failure
By News Release @ 2:37 PM :: 6344 Views :: Energy, Environment

Today, Moody's Investors Service just put a price tag on the failed leadership of the Democratic Party in Hawaii.  According to Moody's, Hawaii has the highest debt burden in the nation.  Because the Democrats keep spending beyond our means, every man, woman and child in Hawaii now owes the State $7,987.00. 

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Friday, January 28, 2011
Hawaii Meth Project names Teen Advisory Council
By News Release @ 1:56 PM :: 7000 Views :: Energy, Environment

The Hawaii Meth Project today announced its inaugural Teen Advisory Council, formed to promote and facilitate peer outreach.  Members of the Teen Advisory Council are playing a key role in the Hawaii Meth Project’s community action plan by encouraging teen volunteerism and identifying peer outreach opportunities at school and in the community to raise awareness about the dangers and risks of methamphetamine use.

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Friday, January 28, 2011
SB 713 & 712: Luddites attack Hawaii agriculture
By News Release @ 1:39 PM :: 6511 Views :: Energy, Environment

SB 712 would require the Hawaii Dept. of Agriculture to make public the location of field tests of genetically engineered plants.

SB 713 would require a label that says "Genetically Engineered" to be placed on whole foods sold in Hawaii.  Since the transgenic papaya is currently the only produce that would be targeted by this law, its passage would have catastrophic economic consequences on Hawaii's papaya farmers since the label is intended to scare people from purchasing the fruit.

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Friday, January 28, 2011
Bills would spend $4B on roads, bridges
By Grassroot Institute @ 1:23 PM :: 5883 Views :: Energy, Environment

The DOT has a bill in both the Senate (SB1131) and House (HB1531) that calls for $4 billion for a 6-year plan to provide safer and well maintained roads and bridges statewide. This is a far cry from the current $250 million funding per year the department gets to pay for the $7 billion in infrastructure and program needs it says currently exist.

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Friday, January 28, 2011
Carnegie Institution Study: Genocide reduces global warming
By Andrew Walden @ 1:39 AM :: 6765 Views

While some may find genocide morally repugnant, environmentalists had a different concern:  Would re-forestation be enough to overcome the greenhouse gases released by all those decaying bodies?  Julia Pongratz, who headed the Carnegie Institution's Department of Global Ecology research project from the Institution’s Stanford University campus offices, provides the answer ...

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Thursday, January 27, 2011
The Real State of the State: An Uncensored Look at the Fiscal Challenges Facing Hawaii
By Grassroot Institute @ 10:58 PM :: 6902 Views :: Energy, Environment

Honolulu—Today the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii released the “The Real State of the State: An Uncensored Look at the Fiscal Challenges Facing Hawaii.” Responding to Governor Neil Abercrombie’s recent “State of the State” address which only scratched the surface, this illuminating expose dives deep into the evidence and causes of the state’s financial crisis.

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Thursday, January 27, 2011
House GOP Caucus introducing transparency bills
By News Release @ 10:46 PM :: 7853 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

"The State House of Representatives needs to address the lack of transparency and public participation in the legislative process by using the technology we have at our disposal today by immediately communicating to the public through video, webcasting and audio transmission," said Representative Thielen.

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Thursday, January 27, 2011
Inouye becomes Useless: Democrat leader says “Senate is out of the business of Earmarks”
By Selected News Articles @ 3:53 PM :: 8737 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

...that could imperil a cherished practice of U.S. Sen. Daniel Inouye of Hawaii.  Inouye, chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, has long defended earmarks as a constitutional prerogative. He once called himself the "No. 1 earmarks guy" in Congress.

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Thursday, January 27, 2011
Beyond Marriage The Confession: Hawaii Gay marriage advocates let the polyamorous cat out of the bag
By Andrew Walden @ 3:41 PM :: 23450 Views :: Family, Hawaii History

Do you think that gay marriage advocates just want ‘equality’--they just want to have same-sex marriages made legally equivalent to traditional marriage? 

According to the activists themselves, you’re wrong....   

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Thursday, January 27, 2011
Moody’s: Hawaii bond rating at risk
By News Release @ 2:47 PM :: 9579 Views :: Energy, Environment

Moody's says that the evaluation of current and projected pension liabilities is an important area of focus in its rating reviews.

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Thursday, January 27, 2011
Abercrombie appoints five more directors, deputies
By News Release @ 2:14 PM :: 4214 Views :: Energy, Environment
  • Gregory Jackson, Director of the Office of Veteran Services
  • Jesse Souki, Director of the Office of Planning
  • Russell A. Suzuki, First Deputy Attorney General
  • Keith Kamita, Deputy Director of Law Enforcement for the Department of Public Safety
  • Martha Torney, Deputy Director of Administration for the Department of Public Safety
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Thursday, January 27, 2011
Heritage: Conservatives Must Lead Where Obama Has Failed
By Heritage Foundation @ 1:47 PM :: 5535 Views :: National News, Ethics

Today, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) confirmed that our nation simply can’t afford President Obama’s failed leadership for much longer. This new CBO 10-year budget baseline shows an unprecedented $1.5 trillion deficit for this fiscal year—an increase of $95 billion over their last estimate. This will be the third consecutive year of trillion-dollar deficits.

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Thursday, January 27, 2011
Alaska Native Firms Shift Stimulus Work to Outsiders
By Selected News Articles @ 1:42 PM :: 8840 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

This information also applies to Native Hawaiian firms, many of which are doing exactly the same thing.

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Palafox subject of Fraud Investigation? Abercrombie’s DoH pick withdraws
By Selected News Articles @ 10:39 PM :: 15362 Views :: Health Care, Higher Education

Governor Abercrombie’s nominee to head the State Department of Health, Dr Neal Palafox MD, has suddenly withdrawn his name from consideration. HNN and the Star-Advertiser report that Palafox may be “involved in a medical reimbursement investigation.”  Palafox was picked over Senator Josh Green MD of Kona.

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Life? Hawaii ranks 48th, lacks basic protection for women, unborn children, and terminally ill
By News Release @ 8:07 PM :: 6268 Views :: Energy, Environment

Hawaii lacks the most basic protections for women, unborn children, and the terminally-ill. The state fails to provide for informed consent for abortion, to require parental involvement in a minor's abortion decision, or to ensure that abortion clinics maintain minimum health and safety standards. It also fails to ban destructive embryo research, human cloning, and assisted suicide.

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
House GOP Caucus: 10 Questions following State of the State
By News Release @ 7:14 PM :: 6365 Views :: Energy, Environment

In going through your bills and the other priorities you outlined in your speech, we have a few questions that will help us as we move forward. While we understand more questions and answers will arise as we go through the legislative process, these are the top 10 questions we would like to have discussed as soon as possible.

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
SB819 would study Mileage Fee for Hawaii Motorists
By Grassroot Institute @ 6:58 PM :: 9430 Views :: Kauai County, DHHL, Energy, Environment

Thanks to the high cost of motor vehicle fuel--which in Hawaii includes the second highest gasoline taxes in the country at 63.5 cents per gallon--people have started buying alternative cars and cars which get better fuel mileage. The unintended consequence of increasing the cost of motor vehicle fuel is that there is less money going into the state coffers....

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Full Text: Recktenwald’s State of the Judiciary Speech
By News Release @ 3:53 PM :: 6489 Views :: Energy, Environment

I’d like to address several issues with you this morning: our mission, our caseload, our programs, and our needs that have been impacted by the economic downturn.

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Congress debates State Bankruptcy plans
By Selected News Articles @ 11:43 AM :: 6931 Views :: National News, Ethics

Republicans expect states and local governments to beg Congress for relief from their underfunded pension programs sometime soon. But unlike Congress' haphazard, expensive responses to the Wall Street and automaker crises, GOP lawmakers intend to be ready this time.

Their plan has three parts: First, a nonbinding resolution that Congress will not bail out the pension programs; second, a bill to codify that into law and require transparent public pension accounting; and finally, a managed bankruptcy bill for the states.

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Heritage: More Government investment is the key to Losing the Future
By Heritage Foundation @ 11:39 AM :: 4612 Views :: National News, Ethics

Last night, in his State of the Union, President Barack Obama claimed, “We have to make America the best place on Earth to do business. ... That’s how our people will prosper. That’s how we’ll win the future.” This is true. But then he went on to say: “We know what it takes to compete for the jobs and industries of our time.” No. No, he doesn’t. The rest of the President’s speech made it very clear that he has no idea what makes America the best place on earth to do business.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Full Text and Video: Rep Paul Ryan (R-WI) response to State of the Union
By News Release @ 10:31 PM :: 6361 Views :: National News, Ethics

In this very room, the House will produce, debate, and advance a budget. Last year — in an unprecedented failure — Congress chose not to pass, or even propose a budget. The spending spree continued unchecked.

We owe you a better choice and a different vision.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Full Text and Video: Obama’s State of the Union Speech
By News Release @ 10:26 PM :: 6203 Views :: National News, Ethics

...for many, the change has been painful.  I've seen it in the shuttered windows of once booming factories, and the vacant storefronts on once busy Main Streets. I've heard it in the frustrations of Americans who've seen their paychecks dwindle or their jobs disappear -- proud men and women who feel like the rules have been changed in the middle of the game. 

They're right. The rules have changed.....

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
SB 232: Civil Unions passes Senate Judiciary Committee
By Hawaii Family Forum @ 9:21 PM :: 6370 Views :: Energy, Environment

The Senate Judiciary committee voted today 3 to 2 to pass the civil unions bill (SB 232) out of committee.  The bill will now move to the full Senate for a vote.  The vote in committee today was as follows:

  • Senator Clayton Hee (SUPPORT)
  • Senator Maile Shimabukuro (SUPPORT)
  • Senator Mike Gabbard (OPPOSE)
  • Senator Les Ihara, Jr. (SUPPORT)
  • Senator Sam Slom (OPPOSE)
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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Public Safety vs. Saving a Buck: SB47 allows early release of Felons
By News Release @ 8:53 PM :: 8000 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

Introduced by Sen. Wil Espero (D) on January 21, 2011, to require the Department of Public Safety to establish a pilot program on Oahu that electronically monitors committed persons who are permitted to live and work in the community, in lieu of continued incarceration; and to appropriate funds.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Epic Fail: After giving away $1.3B in Tax Credits, Hawaii ranks 36th in High Tech
By News Release @ 8:28 PM :: 10318 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

Hawaii scores high in categories which measure money spent and low in categories showing the results of those expenditures.  Notably Hawaii scores 6th in “Net Formation of High-Tech Establishments per 10,000 Business Establishments 2002”—this reflects the large number of fake “hi-tech” companies being formed to sop up ACT 215/221 tax credits.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Ceded Lands Decision Author Justice Samuel Alito to speak at Hawaii Supreme Court Wednesday
By Robert Thomas @ 7:25 PM :: 10457 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

Justice Alito's most "Hawaii-centric" opinion was in Hawaii v. Office of Hawaiian Affairs, 129 S. Ct. 1436 (2009), where he authored the opinion for a unanimous Court. In that case, the Court held that the United States held "absolute fee simple" title to Hawaii's ceded lands, and that Congress' 1992 Apology Resolution had no legal effect.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Governor Abercrombie Names Judge McKenna to State Supreme Court
By News Release @ 7:10 PM :: 6739 Views :: Energy, Environment

Judge McKenna, 53, has been serving in First Circuit Court since 1995 and currently serves as the Senior Judge of the Family Court.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Financial State of the State: Actual taxpayer burden is $18.2 Billion
By News Release @ 2:44 PM :: 6576 Views :: Energy, Environment

While Hawaii reported total assets of $19.6 billion, the Institute’s review of the state’s 2009 financial report revealed that there are $11.9 billion of off-balance sheet retirement liabilities. More than $15.6 billion of the State’s assets cannot be easily converted to cash to pay State bills of $22.2 billion as they come due. These assets consist of capital assets, including infrastructure, buildings and land, and assets the use of which is restricted by law or contract. The State does not have the funds needed to pay for almost $18.2 billion of state obligations.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
BoE Member Lei Ahu Isa suddenly resigns
By News Release @ 2:41 PM :: 8526 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

Dr. Ahu Isa, an assistant professor at Hawaii Pacific University and former state representative, decided to resign to allow Governor Neil Abercrombie to fill her vacancy by making his first Board appointment. Last year, voters approved a constitutional amendment that ended Board elections and gave the governor the authority to appoint members. The state Legislature is crafting a new law specifying the appointment process.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Intimidated by ACLU, Hawaii Senate prohibits itself free exercise of Religion
By Selected News Articles @ 10:43 AM :: 7929 Views :: First Amendment, Religion

If our legislators no longer pray inside the state capitol, then we citizens need to pray in their stead every day that they are in session, preferably on the steps of that building. When election time comes around again, let us all remember who among them thinks we no longer need God in our government. 

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
State of the Union? Denial
By Heritage Foundation @ 10:26 AM :: 6539 Views :: Energy, Environment

This is only President Barack Obama's second State of the Union, but his failed economic agenda has already forced him into early reruns. After more than $800 billion in Keynesian economic stimulus spending, our nation is still mired in a post World War II record 20th consecutive month of near double digit unemployment. Our national deficit stands at $14.06 trillion and we may hit the $14.29 trillion debt ceiling as early as this spring. Our country desperately needs a change direction, but that is not what we will get tonight.

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Monday, January 24, 2011
GOP: Governor’s number one priority is satisfying the public sector unions at the expense of everyone else
By Jonah Ka`auwai @ 10:51 PM :: 4810 Views :: Energy, Environment

The Governor wants to create taxes for soda, beer and retirement income, he wants to cut funding to Medicare, social services, the Hawaii Tourism Authority and let Aloha Stadium fall apart, just so public sector unions do not have to face furloughs ....

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Monday, January 24, 2011
Grassroot: “Disappointed by Abercrombie’s tax increases”
By Grassroot Institute @ 10:41 PM :: 4619 Views :: Energy, Environment

Governor Abercrombie referred to Hawaii as an “under-resourced and often dysfunctional democracy”. In the coming days the Grassroot Institute will release a report we call “The Real State of the State” detailing how the state government is far from under-resourced and extremely inefficient in its use of those resources.

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Monday, January 24, 2011
Obamacare: How Hawaii’s Congressional delegation voted
By News Release @ 10:29 PM :: 7575 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act - Vote Passed (245-189, 1 Not Voting)

The House voted to repeal the 2010 health care law. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) has vowed to block the bill in the Senate.

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Monday, January 24, 2011
Marumoto reintroduces ban on pickup truck bed passengers
By News Release @ 10:01 PM :: 6740 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

Rep. Marumoto wants to keep passengers of all ages from riding in pickup truck beds (HB 15).  Several years ago she was successful in restricting those under 13 from riding in truck beds.  This year she will once again attempt to extend that ban to Oahu riders (counties over 300,000 population). 

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Monday, January 24, 2011
Mission House Museum: “Talk Story” with Master Storyteller Jeff Gere
By News Release @ 9:53 PM :: 4518 Views :: Maui County

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Monday, January 24, 2011
Full Text: Abercrombie’s State of the State Speech 2011
By News Release @ 2:22 PM :: 8415 Views :: Energy, Environment
  • I will be filing a bill to modernize the terms of our employee retirement system....
  • I am proposing that we end the current practice of state funded reimbursement for federal Medicare Part B benefits for Hawaii government employees.
  • The other fix is to implement the recommendation of the Tax Review Commission to treat pension income like all other income for tax purposes....
  • I am proposing what is an overdue increase in the alcohol tax and will also propose a fee on soda and similar drinks.
  • ...bringing the impact fees paid by the increasing number of timeshare occupants into alignment with hotel room occupants who pay the transient accommodations tax.
  • I will also reallocate funds from the Hawaii Tourism Authority to basic government services such as environmental protection, improvements to public facilities, and advancing culture and the arts. The amount we are spending in the name of marketing Hawaii has grown disproportionate to the amount we need to spend on Hawaii’s own infrastructure....
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