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Sunday, January 25, 2015
January 25, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. OHA Hides Secret Budget from Legislators: $2.3M for 'Consortium' to Push Fake Indian Tribe
  2. Protest Rail Tax Hike Monday Jan 26
  3. 286 Candidates file for Neighborhood Board Elections
  4. Revised Central Oahu Plan available for review and comment
  5. Chamber of Commerce Hawaii: State of the Economy Presentation
  6. How Progressive Is Our System?
  7. Tax Hike Hype: Caldwell Can't Back up His Rail Debt Figures
  8. Ige quietly plods away as Caldwell slams panic button
  9. Will there really be any cross-examination of the Ige administration?
  10. Star-Adv: State 'skim' of rail tax must stop
  11. Kauai Councilmembers Not on Board with GE Tax Hike
  12. On the Agenda This Week at the legislature
  13. Environmentalists Criticize Hawaii Gov. Ige’s Land Board Nominee
  14. Kauai County Must Cut Programs to Pay for Union Contracts
  15. Kato: Saiki Bill Worse than No Journalist 'shield law'
  16. Hawaiian Electric and HawaiiGas jockey for position to become the state's principal supplier of liquified natural gas
  17. Bisexual Child Molester Cries 'Discrimination', Bullies DHS into Giving Him More Boys to Rape
  18. Michigan Organizes to Expel 'Dirtbag' Mitch Kahle
  19. Regents Fill Another $230K Plus Tenure Administrative Position

Saturday, January 24, 2015
January 24, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Ige Nominates Developer Carlton Ching to Chair DLNR--Petition Calls for Senate to Reject
  2. CNHA Hijacks Civic Clubs to Push for Fake Indian Tribe
  3. Indian Eco-Goddess Vandana Shiva, charging $40,000 a speech, takes anti-GMO crusade to Hawaii
  4. VIDEO: House Resolution Opposes Army Force Reduction
  5. Rep Thielen: HB1, 2, 3 Take Aim at NextEra Merger
  6. DLNR Imposes 3% Gross Receipts Fee on Ocean Recreation Vendors
  7. Bridge Aina Lea: 9th Circuit Affirms State Supreme Court Ruling (sort of)
  8. Hawaii Union Membership Slips to 21.8% -- 3rd in USA
  9. UHM Chancellor: We Administrators Have Got it Tough, Just like Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders
  10. $40M Japanese Wedding Chapel to be Built in Ala Moana Park
  11. Lingle Heads to Illinois for 4 Years to Fix Democrat mess even Worse than Hawaii
  12. Keep the Voters Doped Up: Nearly Half of Hawaii House Backs Medical Marijuana Dispensaries
  13. Real Estate Tax Hike to be Passed on to Renters, Consumers
  14. Chun Oakland: $15M for Micro-Units, Shipping Containers 
  15. House Majority Leader Looks to Revive Shield Law in Hawaii
  16. Bill would give mayors power to fire police chief
  17. Slot machines proposed at Honolulu International Airport
  18. Birth Certificates: Rep Chris Lee, Tranny Teacher Push for Gender to be Matter of Opinion
  19. Seeking Bogus Rape Complaints, UH Administrators to Regulate Student Sex
  20. UH Admits Sex Rules Designed to Make University Look Good to Feds
  21. DLNR Commercial Activity Regs Already Failing
  22. Hawaii Court Forces HHSC to Hire Meth Dealer
  23. Soft on Crime: Murder suspect found unfit
  24. Kenoi pulls plug on incinerator plan
  25. Omidyar Network Pairs Grants With Investments To Make Money
  26. Obama Busted Selling Health Info to Spammers

Friday, January 23, 2015
January 23, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. VIDEO: McCain Rips Matson's Overpriced Ships on Senate Floor
  2. Mainland Homosexuals Plan to Use Anti-Bullying Campaign to Penetrate Hawaii Schools
  3. Troop Reductions? Army to hold community listening sessions Jan. 27, 28
  4. New Illinois Governor Appoints Linda Lingle as COO
  5. AARP Hawaii Supports Caregiver Bill
  6. VIDEO: Tulsi Gabbard on Fox News, Slams Obama Refusal to Identify Enemy as Islamic Extremism
  7. Improve Health Care Competition by Repealing State Laws
  8. Affordable Housing and Car Sharing on Council Agenda
  9. Up to $1.2 Billion Electricity Savings for Hawaii After Oil Prices Plummet
  10. Ethics probe could render rail votes Null and Void
  11. Fraudsters Happy: Senators to Push Mandatory Vote by Mail System
  12. Usual Democrat Hacks Thrilled by Lingle's Move
  13. Study shows UH brings in bucks to local economy
  14. Big Island's physician shortage worsened in 2014
  15. Some prison guards earning more than double their salaries in OT
  16. $144M DHS Kolea Medicaid Eligibility Software problems demand scrutiny
  17. Management Claims Progress on Clearing Backlog at Ports 
  18. Saiki: Little Support for Marijuana Decriminalization
  19. 18 Pimps Presented to Prosecutors in Four Years
  20. Pro Life Rally on Kauai
  21. Maui Police Report Details 5 Suspensions in December

Thursday, January 22, 2015
January 22, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Prince Kuhio’s Fight to Americanize Hawaii
  2. VIDEO: Unsettling Moment During Senator Slom’s Minority Speech
  3. Hawaii Shippers Council Discusses Port Slowdown, Jones Act Reform on Guam Radio
  4. Opening Day: Speaker Souki Calls on House to Tackle Unfinished Business
  5. 2015 Senate Majority Legislative Program
  6. Survey: Hawaii Millionaire Lead Slipping
  7. Honolulu Bed Bugs Crawl Up to 42nd Place
  8. Hawaiians Don't Trust OHA to Re-Start Native Hawaiian Convention
  9. Creating Fake Crisis to Push Real Tax Hike, Caldwell Drops Fake Bus Funds Raid, Moves on to Fake Road Building Funds Raid
  10. Hawaii Senate 'Will Consider' Calls for 12.5% Hike in GE Tax -- Statewide
  11. Kim to Counties: You Crack Down on TVRs, We Will Abolish LUC, Give You More TAT
  12. Six-year plan shows spending is greater than revenues
  13. Departments Request 1,000 New Positions Since Dec 1
  14. The Army in Hawaii: Fight to Save It, Prepare to Lose It
  15. Souki, Ige: Lets Keep the Public Drugged so they don't Notice
  16. Chief's Wife Made Early Payment on Mercedes Because She Was Trading it in for Maserati
  17. Guam Governor Backs Jones Act Reform
  18. Hawaii short 890 doctors
  19. Usual Suspects Hype Pesticides, GMOs
  20. Monsanto wants to build sustainable agriculture in Hawaii
  21. Kenoi's Retaliation: Incinerator foe loses county contract
  22. Rep. Gabbard Cites Obama's Failure to Say 'Islamic Extremism'
  23. Shop owners say bike lane is cutting into sales
  24. Maui: Homeless Shelters Used as Affordable Housing

Wednesday, January 21, 2015
January 21, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. MIT: KIUC Buys Batteries from Company Behind Kahuku Windfarm Fire and Surprisingly it is a Disaster
  2. Accountability for Big Infrastructure Projects?
  3. 263 Candidates file for Neighborhood Board Elections
  4. Anti-GMO Activists Stack Hearing: Why Bad Lawmaking Reigns in Hawaii Politics
  5. Vaccination Refusal: Study Documents Rise of Ignorance in 'Progressive' Communities
  6. Full Text: State of the Union Address
  7. Full Text of Joni Ernst’s Republican Response to 2015 State of the Union
  8. CNHA, Civic Clubs Team up to Lead Push for Fake Indian Tribe
  9. US Senate Votes Unanimously to Recognize January 25-31 as National School Choice Week
  10. Testimony: Felon Gives $70K Cash to Police Chief's Wife in Brown Paper Bag
  11. Ige: I want to see Kakaako Redevelopment Continue
  12. Rail: Four Counties Plan GE Tax Hike Testimony for Big Day at Ways and Means
  13. HART Claims it was Banking on Bus Fund Raid, Rail Deficit Now $910M
  14. DoE: Corrupt Solar Contract is a Big Disappointment
  15. Takai Appointed to Natural Resources Ctte, No Mention of Akaka Bill
  16. Ige's DLIR Pick Withdrawn as Unconstitutional
  17. Hawaii Police Killed At Least 36 People in 20 Years
  18. HHSC Reform Tops West Hawaii Lawmakers' Agenda
  19. Legislators want power to sway HECO decision
  20. Puna Reps Target Office of Elections after Nago's Latest Disaster
  21. Maui News: Hospitals Must be Protected from Liability in Home Care Training
  22. Bills to watch: Creating retail dispensaries for medical marijuana in Hawaii
  23. New Sex Trafficking Legislation for 2015
  24. Buffer Zone Bill for Pesticides?
  25. Hoopili, DR Horton Plant Article in Civil Beat
  26. Punatic Screams for 45 Minutes Straight at Public Meeting
  27. Kauai: Uncertified Judge Hears Cases for a Week before Anybody Notices
  28. 27% of Oahu Restaurants Get Yellow Placard--DOH Inspections Slowed by Incompetent Tech Vendor
  29. UH Manoa Energy Efficiency Saves Campus $3.4M/year
  30. Honolulu JPAC whistleblower suit headed to trial
  31. Tulsi Gabbard only Member of Hawaii Delegation to Join 'No Labels' Campaign at SOTU

Tuesday, January 20, 2015
January 20, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. McCain challenges Jones Act build and ownership requirements
  2. Duke Aiona Appointed Executive Director of Hawaii Family Advocates
  3. Republican Statewide Caucuses to Elect Leaders
  4. Kelii Akina Interviews Danny Kaleikini, Ambassador of Aloha
  5. Hawaii Congressional Delegation How They Voted January 20, 2015
  6. Smoking is a Million Dollar Habit--and Hawaii is More Expensive than Most
  7. Parker Ranch sells rights to NextEra to Build Giant Windfarm
  8. Representative Mele Carroll to resign from State House
  9. HECO Plan Rewards Solar Contractors, Cuts Payments to Solar Consumers
  10. Hawaii Doctor shortage grows 20% in One Year thanks to Obamacare, EMRs
  11. Nishihara to Push GE Tax Hike for Rail
  12. Souki: Council and Mayor Must Both Ask Legislature for Tax Hike
  13. Saiki: We Expect Unions' Cooperation on HHSC Reform 
  14. Mufi: Time to act now on what is right for Maui Memorial Medical Center
  15. Hawaii Gov. David Ige wants ratepayers to benefit from $4.3B NextEra-HECO deal
  16. Ige Admin Talks up NextEra, Windfarms and Big Cable
  17. HECO plans to reduce customer solar credits
  18. LNG Will Save Ratepayers $111M/year
  19. Anti-Pesticide Hype Set to Open Legislature
  20. Sledgehammer Tom Brower says 'Don't worry about bad publicity' from Homeless' Attack on Golfer
  21. Trial starts for HPD chief's wife family squabble
  22. UH in limbo as it waits to hear from NCAA
  23. Star-Adv Runs Old-News Hit Piece on Sam Slom
  24. First Wind's assets in Hawai`i to be Sold
  25. Canada's role in building world's largest telescope in jeopardy
  26. Usual Suspects Again Challenge Renewal of TV Licenses
  27. A Look at Civil Forfeiture in Hawaii
  28. Honolulu Liquor commission email controversy
  29. 'Everybody who's got an issue' Joins MLK Day Parade

Monday, January 19, 2015
January 19, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. 1959: Martin Luther King Jr Salutes Hawaii Statehood
  2. OHA Introduces Legislative Package
  3. 254 Candidates file for Neighborhood Board Elections
  4. Hawaii Escrow Companies: Federal 'Kickback' Rules Mean Realtors must do the Paperwork
  5. Could SCOTUS ruling on same-sex marriage be a chance for Hawaii opponents?
  6. Hawaii Kolea Medicaid Eligibility System $144M for Years of Failure
  7. Star-Adv: GE Tax, HHSC top Legislative Agenda for 2015
  8. Rep Tokioka: Some Believe Kauai Should Close Hospital
  9. Maui Council: Dope Up the People, Loosen Sunshine Law Requirements
  10. Calvin Say’s seat still in play—challengers ask for House review
  11. Back to class for Hawaii's blended Home-schools
  12. Black Eye for Hawaii: Pro Golfer Robbed by Two Homeless Dudes
  13. IHS: Mainland people looking to be homeless in Hawaii
  14. Friends, patients, colleagues turn out in support of embattled doctor
  15. Industry warns of crippling impact of work stoppage at US ports
  16. Hawaii One of 11 States With no Judicial Elections

 

Sunday, January 18, 2015
January 18, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. OHA Chair Lindsey: Rescind CEO’s Authority, Let Staff Know Who is Boss
  2. Senator McCain’s Jones Act Amendment: Good for America
  3. New Medicaid Enrollees: Many Need Addiction Treatment
  4. The Ten Percent Solution
  5. Spending cuts take priority in Desperate Drive to Fund Union Contracts
  6. Ige Budget: No Increases for State Programs
  7. Caldwell Hopes You Don't Notice 12.5% Tax Hike
  8. Bills advance as Beach is used as excuse for 61% tax hike on Waikiki Businesses 
  9. Sequestration will force tough choices for Army in Hawaii
  10. Hawaii Congressional Delegates Pretend they're Influential
  11. Commission rejects Senators' proposal to appoint co-chiefs for HPD
  12. UH is ill-positioned to take its time seeking a new AD
  13. Star-Adv: Good ideas for housing finally in mix
  14. Hawaii Has Highest Proportion of State Employees Per Capita
  15. Schatz Fishes for Federal Workers Votes With Fake Wage Hike Bill
  16. Oahu Dems Agree to Let Aaron Johanson into Democratic party
  17. Chicago No Longer Seems a Lock to Host Obama’s Library
  18. Former Larry Mehau Property Sells for $5M
  19. Lava comes closest to Highway 130 since start of flow

Saturday, January 17, 2015
January 17, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. A New Opportunity for Jones Act Reform in Washington, DC
  2. Pro-Life? Hawaii Ranks 45th
  3. Dropping Oil Prices Boost Hawaii's Economy
  4. Ige Names Doug Chin AG, Randy Iwase PUC Chair
  5. Report: Low Income Students a Majority in Hawaii Public Schools
  6. Empower Windward: Neighborhood Board Election 2015 Workshop
  7. Morita Opposes NextEra Merger, Gets Boot
  8. Morita Doubts NextEra Can Follow Local Business Practices
  9. Doug Chin was Ige's 7th Pick for AG
  10. Williamson Chang Claims 65% of DoI Testimony Supported Fake Indian Tribe
  11. Tulsi Gabbard to Challenge Hirono, Josh Green to Run for ... ?
  12. AG Opinion: State Senate has Failed to Confirm Deputy Directors (ooops) 
  13. Hirono Opposes McCain Amendment to Jones Act
  14. Incompetent UH: Royalties 700 times Smaller than Similar-Size Schools
  15. Thirty Meter Telescope opponents file appeal
  16. Hawaii lawmaker hopes to protect your digital assets
  17. Don't create special fund for city park
  18. Foster Child Recruiter Pleads Guilty to Child Molestation 
  19. Matson's Million Dollar Molasses Fine Illegal, Renamed 'Restitution'
  20. Hawaiian Airlines Has No Intention of Passing Fuel Savings on to Customers
  21. ILWU Slowdowns Affecting Hawaii Produce Aisles
  22. Tulsi Gabbard: Obama Refuses to Recognize Who the Enemy Is

Friday, January 16, 2015
January 16, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Pono Choices: Proposed Keiki Caucus Bills Would Undermine Parental Rights
  2. UH Board of Regents Nominees Sent to Ige
  3. Staff of Bankrupt, Nepotistic Charter School to be Paid Thru End of Month
  4. Hawaii Defense Foundation Urges Supreme Court to Take Up San Francisco Gun Control Case
  5. OHA Hires Design Team to Develop Kakaako Makai Plan
  6. Leeward Coast Third in Homelessness
  7. Hawaii Obamacare exchange projected to be financially viable — in 2022
  8. Hawaii state-owned hospitals request $267M for next two years
  9. Hospital Partnership: Hard to Buy HGEA Lies
  10. New PUC Docket to Examine Deferring HECO-NextEra Buyout
  11. OHA, State Officials Discussing Kakaako Makai Land Swap
  12. AP, NYT, Drudge Suddenly Feature OHA's Push for Fake Indian Tribe
  13. OHA trains its board members on ethics and on the Sunshine Law
  14. Kidani: Massive Tax Hike to Fund DoE Should be Considered
  15. Cancer Center Will Be Out of Money in Two Years Unless Alternative to Tobacco Tax Revenues is Found
  16. Hotel tax revenue is County Councils' 'top priority'
  17. GMO faces likely stalemate in state Legislature thanks to Idiot Ruderman
  18. Sex Trafficking Measures To Be Proposed This Session
  19. Health Department Flouts Law Calling for Online Access to Care Home Reports
  20. Electrocution Hazard: Solar Panels Slow Firefighters Down
  21. Fire union says city breaking contract, wasting tax money
  22. Homosexual Prostitute Tells His Story
  23. Snowden to return to Hawaii — via video link
  24. Traces of pesticides found in water systems
  25. State proposes 473% rent hike at Kalaeloa Airport
  26. DLNR Socks Boaters With New Insurance Requirements
  27. Molokai Group Seeks Control of Fishing Grounds

Thursday, January 15, 2015
January 15, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. 1959: Martin Luther King Jr Salutes Hawaii Statehood
  2. Hawaii Senate Minority announces legislative agenda for 2015
  3. Sen McCain Introduces Amendment to Repeal Jones Act
  4. Hawaii Second Highest Taxes on the Poor
  5. Best Cities for STEM Professionals: Honolulu Ranks 79th
  6. 241 Candidates File for Neighborhood Board Elections
  7. Litigation Update: the Affordable Care Act
  8. You're Paying Double for Sugar
  9. 2nd Annual Saint Marianne Cope Charity Walk
  10. "'Integral Yoga' Group and Swami Hope to Find Their Inner Balance in Federal Court"
  11. Sovereignty Activists Call on OHA to Restart Native Hawaiian Convention
  12. Richard Epstein to Discuss 'Environmental Deregulation' at UH Richardson Law School
  13. DCCA Website Compares Car and Homeowner Insurance Rates
  14. Insurance Risk to Drivers: Hawaii Ranks 20th
  15. Going forward and looking back at the Honolulu City Council
  16. Hawaii PUC chairwoman resigns powerful position
  17. Deferred: Council Saves City Taxpayers from Responsibility for HART Debt
  18. Tax Cuts proposed for Low Income Hawaii Residents
  19. Hawaii Congressional Delegation Bets Everything on Stopping Military Cuts in Hawaii
  20. Legislative Democrats Hint at priorities, say nothing
  21. MECO: If You Don't Ask for Lower Rates, We Won't Ask for Higher Rates
  22. Big Wind, Big Cable Coming Back? Friends of Lanai, I Aloha Molokai Request Deferral of HECO-Nextera Merger 
  23. Lock in our Alt-Energy Schemes plan before sale to NextEra, Lobbyists say
  24. Milner: We Destroyed Working Class Families, now we can Impose Universal Pre-K
  25. Poor Leaders Like Showoffs Ritte, Hooser Hurt Their Own Protests
  26. Kauai Anti-Dust Bill Aims at Attacking Seed Growers (Again)
  27. Civil Beat: Time to End Marijuana Prohibition
  28. Attorney: Honolulu Police Chief’s Stolen Mailbox ‘An FBI Matter’
  29. Former HPD cop will spend almost 3 years in federal prison for extortion
  30. Mental Health Shifting to Civil Service Positions
  31. UPW: Privatizing Garbage Collection is Unconstitutional
  32. Hawaiian Airlines CFO Suddenly Gone
  33. King St Bike Lane: Cyclist Crashes onto Hood of Car, No Fatalities Yet
  34. Bribery for the People: Restaurants Would Go out of Business under Obama's Latest Freebie
  35. Japanese Government Demands Censorship of Textbook Written by UH Manoa Prof

Wednesday, January 14, 2015
January 14, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. No More Neutrality: OHA "prioritizes federal recognition"
  2. Kalihi: Caldwell to Cut 50% of Lanes from Kam IV Road
  3. HECO Rolling Blackouts Caused by Lack of Wind
  4. Star-Adv: Ige Must Seize chance to reform public hospitals
  5. 63 Homeless Moved into Housing Thanks to New Laws
  6. Caldwell: May Cost $6B--Gimme $350M or Rail is Pau
  7. Draft EIS: Transit development in Kakaako could add Hotels, 30,000 new residents
  8. Kauai HHSC Wipes out Debt With Layoffs, $9M Legislative Appropriation
  9. FBI Meets Lawyer Today to Hear Evidence Against Chief of Police
  10. Ethics Violations? Abercrombie's Chief of Staff Says 'Trust Me'
  11. Nepotistic Charter School Appeals Closure
  12. Prosecutors mull alleged case of voter fraud
  13. Alt Energy Lobbyists Top List of 7 possible candidates who could be Hawaii PUC's next chair
  14. Hawaii DC Democrats Firmly in the Congressional Minority--Votes in Vain
  15. Takai Hires More Hanabusa Staffers
  16. Tech lobbyist joins staff of Sen. Schatz
  17. Commissaries airlifting produce, dairy to Pacific
  18. Big Island Mayor Signs E-Cig Ban Bill
  19. Kauai Prosecutor Debunks Smoke Ban Bill
  20. Hawaii Among Largest Pay Gaps for Disabled
  21. Hawaii Hepatitis Outbreak: Will DOJ Prosecute USPlabs?

Tuesday, January 13, 2015
January 13, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Mina Morita Out as PUC Chair
  2. DoE: "We Expect Lower Test Scores"
  3. Study: Obamacare Drives Up Medical Costs, But Hawaii Prepaid Protects State
  4. Sen Jeff Flake to Headline Hawaii Lincoln Day Dinner
  5. Hawaii Congressional Delegation How They Voted January 12, 2015
  6. Management: No Takeaways in Proposed Contract, but ILWU Rejects
  7. Omidyar's Pay Pal Refuses Service to Gun Stores
  8. HGEA Boss Admits Private Sector Unions Give Hospital Workers Better Contract than HGEA
  9. Rail Ends at Ala Moana, But Will Tax Go on Forever?
  10. Danger: Legislature, governor seem to get along
  11. Aaron Johanson to Beg Oahu Democrats' Permission to Join Up
  12. Two State Board Members Fight Release of Financial Disclosure Statements
  13. Loan Turned to Grant: Now Non-profits Want Same Deal ORI Got
  14. HPD Learned How to Milk Presidential Overtime Early
  15. Bag Ban Allows Thicker Plastic Bags -- Prohibits Biodegradable Bags
  16. Appointed AG: Hawaii Alone and Undemocratic as Yet Another State Goes for Elections
  17. Forbes: Alt Energy Pressure Drives Utility Mergers
  18. Sen Green Proposes 30% E-Cig Tax
  19. Rep Evans: HHSC May Request $120-$220M
  20. 50 percent of young victims of fatal crashes in 9 US states used alcohol or marijuana
  21. Medicaid reimbursement for pediatric dental services not keeping up with inflation
  22. UH nursing, dental hygiene student fees could double next year
  23. Debunking Anti-GMO Ignorance
  24. Kauai Counter-Protesters: "I choose a pig and a cow over a haole any day"
  25. Anti-Agriculture? Hooser Pushes Bill Banning Smoke, Dust
  26. Sen Ruderman 'Excited' About Pie in the Sky Blimp for Puna 
  27. Filthy Biomess Plant is Top 'Clean' Energy Project in Hawaii
  28. California, Michigan Companies are only Hawaii Energy Excelerator to Receive Funding
  29. Push is on to Make Hospitals Responsible for Home Caregivers
  30. Manoa burglary victim questions why officer didn't stop suspects

Monday, January 12, 2015
January 12, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. IHS: New Laws Pushing Homeless to Accept Shelter
  2. Which States Receive the Most Federal Aid? -- Hawaii is 47th
  3. NextEra Merger Timeline: Interest in Hawaiian Electric Began in 2011 With Big Cable
  4. Danner Sisters Upset Because Ige Won't Let Them Take over Hawaiian Homelands and Turn it into Indian Tribe
  5. Oahu Begins Idiotic Plastic Bag ban July 1
  6. HART Shouldn't Suck Blood Bank Dry
  7. Hawaii Reporter’s Malia Zimmerman Bids Aloha
  8. State exchanges: Process smoother second time around, but problems persist
  9. Trask: HECO Strung My Geothermal Scheme Along While Pursuing Merger
  10. A key driver of our cost of living is the high price of land
  11. Soft on Crime: Murderer Gets Parole, Allegedly Molests Girl
  12. Inside Higher Ed: UHWO Prof Sues for Tenure Track

Sunday, January 11, 2015
January 11, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. HGEA Boss: Borreca is an Anti-Union Parrot
  2. 215 Candidates File for Neighborhood Board Elections
  3. 2015 Legislative Calendar: A Guide to the Deadlines
  4. Earned Income Tax Credit – A Solution to Poverty?
  5. Rail: Cynical City Officials Spinning, Ducking, Dodging and Finger-pointing--Few Believe Them Anymore
  6. Caldwell: I'm Not Hiding Behind Grabauskas Skirts, Really
  7. Caldwell: Raise Taxes or I Won't Finish Rail Project
  8. Borreca: Don't believe predictions of construction job growth
  9. Taxpayers will likely pay for charter school’s 'Psychic Healer' debt
  10. New prison key part of broad reform
  11. Ian Lind Edges into Cartoon Controversy
  12. Sour Poi for Abercrombie?
  13. Dope Doctor 'Happy' With Marijuana Dispensary Proposal
  14. Sanford Dole Led Union Cavalry During Civil War

Saturday, January 10, 2015
January 10, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Last Chance? Maui Memorial Proposes Partnership with Straub, Pali Momi--HGEA Rejects
  2. Hawaii to Fill Medicaid Fee Shortfall for Six Months
  3. Video: Will Rail Be De-Railed? - Panos Prevedouros
  4. Obama’s Hawaii vacation is over, now it’s time for taxpayers to pay tab
  5. Charlie Hebdo: Liberal Societies Are Not Doing a Very Good Job Defending Their Liberal Values
  6. Why Free Community College Is Anything But Free
  7. Hawaii concealed carry law could change
  8. Omidyar & Civil Beat Spin Conspiracy Theories About Muslim Terror Attacks in France
  9. Lawyer to meet with FBI on "False and Manufactured Evidence' in chief's case
  10. Meth-Dealing Cop Gets Sentence Reduced
  11. General: Downsizing Army Would Reverse Momentum in Pacific
  12. Hawaiian Electric shareholders to vote on NextEra Energy merger this spring
  13. Star Adv: State should not appeal court ruling in Child Abuse case
  14. Economist: Affordable housing change will benefit county
  15. HI Tech Crowd Revitalizes UH OTTED to Line Pockets
  16. Tax Cut for Hawaii?  House Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Ban Internet Taxes Forever
  17. Takai Appointed to House Armed Services Committee
  18. UH seeks new Mauna Kea ‘master lease’
  19. UH on board with Obama’s community college plan
  20. Monitoring is vital to stop prescription drug abuse

Friday, January 09, 2015
January 9, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Hawaii Supreme Court to Review Haleakala Telescope Case
  2. Students behind the UH Hilo free speech case speak out for the first time
  3. Budget Leaves State Cash Reserves Dangerously Low
  4. Would better funding for OIP improve transparency?
  5. City Files Lien Against Hawaii Kai Sludge Dumper in Waianae
  6. Top Abercrombie Aide Joins Lobbying Firm Behind Abercrombie's Cabinet
  7. True Story: Hawaii County Hires Psychologist to Study anti-Geothermal Punatics
  8. Recycling glass feels good but it's costing Hawaii a lot
  9. Tranny's School's Charter May be First to be Revoked
  10. Medicaid Cuts off Hilo's Welfare Doctor, Prosecutes Him
  11. Kaiser Makes no Offer for MMMC
  12. Attorneys Question Hawaii PUC’s Approval of Wind Farm
  13. NextEra: Merger Discussion Began Last May 
  14. HECO Approves Only 6 of 2,749 Solar Systems on Overloaded Circuits
  15. Campaign to save Hawaii troops hits 10,000 signatures
  16. Family and friends say goodbye to YWAM Missionary lost at sea
  17. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard to be married in April, Groom not Named
  18. Turnabout: Criminal Cuts Fence, Breaks In to Prison--PSD Still Doesn't Notice

Thursday, January 08, 2015
January 8, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Malia Zimmerman to work for Fox News Los Angeles
  2. OHA Trustee "Dump Kanaiolowalu"
  3. Full Text: Senators Propose Kealoha Hand Control of HPD to 'Co-Chiefs'
  4. American Cancer Society Hawaii: 6,730 New Cases of Cancer Expected in 2015
  5. HHSC Maui and HPH -- Solutions for Hospitals' Longevity
  6. PV in Hawaii 2014: The Roller Coaster Ride
  7. Star-Adv Editors: Right to Ridicule Islam must be Defended
  8. Kealoha: I don't need any help from Senators or Co-Chiefs
  9. SHOPO: Body Cams 'Need to be Negotiated'
  10. TOD: Vampire Rail Attacks Hawaii Blood Bank, Forces Relocation
  11. Green: E-Cig Regs to be Top Priority
  12. Musubi-Gate: 5 Years Later Calvin Say Gives up on Retaliating Against REIT
  13. Conflict-of-interest clause doesn’t apply to legislators
  14. Rep Mele Carroll Resigns as Chair of House Human Services Ctte
  15. Hawaii Co Council votes to settle panhandler civil rights case
  16. Kauai Council Rejects Pay Hikes
  17. Inspector General Questions $7.4M Hawaii Homeland Security Spending
  18. Hawaii Film Office Harasses Photographers
  19. Gabbard: Solar Tax Credits Will Stay
  20. Former Kalaheo HS teacher guilty of 'harassment' of Underage Student, Gets $500 Fine
  21. State to pay $134,000 in death of child
  22. Hawaii Atheist Wins First Victory in Michigan
  23. Former Bank of Hawaii CEO Landon's time on Fed board could be short
  24. Feds Mandate Hawaii Ag Wage $12.98/hr

Wednesday, January 07, 2015
January 7, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Charlie Hebdo: Martyrs for the Truth
  2. Ige's Entry into Politics "Approved by President of Hawaiian Tel"
  3. Rail Tax: Caldwell Hides behind Grabauskas' Skirts
  4. Thanks to Drop in Oil Prices, There's $55M More in State Revenue Forecast
  5. The High Price of Wind Energy in Breezy Hawaii
  6. Usual Suspects Push $38M Sugar Soda Tax -- $2.40 tax for a 6 pak
  7. HGEA Too Busy to Answer Phones at DLIR Unemployment Office
  8. Army seeking community reactions to potential cuts
  9. Tulsi Gabbard Helps Businesses Avoid Obamacare by Hiring Vets
  10. ILWU Slowdown Means Empty commissary shelves at Hickam
  11. SHOPO Should Learn from Kauai Experience with Body Cams
  12. HHSC Tops Kauai Legislators Agenda
  13. Public Utilities Commission ruling on wind proposal raises questions
  14. Minimum wage hike draws mixed reaction
  15. Maui News: Stay away from legal gambling
  16. Maui: 1,000 Illegal TVRs
  17. Obamas’ holiday vacation costs more than $277K in police overtime
  18. Kauai Garden Island Prints More Anti-Dairy Propaganda
  19. Hawaii looking out for human trafficking on the open sea
  20. Accountants Disciplined over 'Grossly Negligent' Audit of North Hawaii Community Hospital

Tuesday, January 06, 2015
January 6, 2015 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Special Funds Allow State to Dodge Balanced Budget Requirement
  2. POLITICO: A Bizarre Trip Through the Jones Act Bank
  3. Big Cable is NextEra's 'Biggest Proposal'
  4. Help Repeal Kanaiolowalu and Act 195
  5. Full Text: Health Connector Releases Annual Report
  6. The "Big Eyes" Have It: Hawaii Courts Again In The Hollywood Spotlight
  7. Duke Aiona's 808 State Update Hits Airwaves
  8. Ige Appoints DLIR, Communications
  9. ILWU Agrees to Federal Mediation of West Coast Port Dispute
  10. Six Boats Run Aground Due to Winter Storm, One Sailor Missing
  11. Mufi: HART Crying Wolf When there is no Crisis
  12. $1000/day for 20 Years: State Paying Millions to Lease Empty Lot
  13. Ige Renegotiating HGEA-HHSC Contracts
  14. HGEA Will Stall, Talk, then Block Ige
  15. Health Connector Will Hemorrhage Money for Next Eight Years, Demands $28M
  16. Bumbling Hawaii Health Connector Can't Handle its own job, Makes HMSA do it 
  17. Ige's Budget Shortchanges OIP
  18. Takai Touts Brokerage, Consultancy as 'Small Business'
  19. Kahuku ‘Is Going To Be Surrounded by Wind Turbines’
  20. PV in Hawaii 2014: The Roller Coaster Ride
  21. Anti-Dairy Protesters Are a Bunch of Hypocrites
  22. Airport 'Wants to get rid of' Lei Vendors
  23. ACLU May Use Hawaii Co Case to Overturn Panhandling Ban
  24. Hawaii lawmakers considering more regulation on dentists
  25. UPW Suing City over Trash Hauling Privatization
  26. Accreditation at Risk: Honolulu Zoo director quits; 4th in 5 years
  27. Sex Offender Finally Gets Some Real Time


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Chamber of Commerce Hawaii: State of the Economy Presentation
by UH ERO Sunday, January 25, 2015

Carl Bonham presented this 2014 economic recap and 2015 forecast on January 20, 2015 at an event hosted by the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii....


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How Progressive Is Our System?
by Tom Yamachika Sunday, January 25, 2015

...the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) has released a report. ranking the states in terms of how progressive their tax systems are....


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OHA Hides Secret Budget from Legislators: $2.3M for 'Consortium' to Push Fake Indian Tribe
by Andrew Walden Sunday, January 25, 2015

In total, Crabbe's memo budgets $2,598,546 for "Consortium" and another $407,332 for the Native Hawaiian Roll Commission.  None of this is mentioned in HB209....


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286 Candidates file for Neighborhood Board Elections
by News Release Saturday, January 24, 2015

“Serving on your Neighborhood Board presents the opportunity to create real change in your community, build a legacy, and network with other leaders.”


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Protest Rail Tax Hike Monday Jan 26
by News Release Saturday, January 24, 2015

Monday, Jan 26, 2015, hearing starts at 2:30pm, State Capitol Auditorium


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Revised Central Oahu Plan available for review and comment
by News Release Saturday, January 24, 2015

Comments are due by March 13....


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Ige Nominates Developer Carleton Ching to Chair DLNR--Petition Calls for Senate to Reject
by News Release Friday, January 23, 2015

...he worked for Westloch, Inc., Castle & Cooke Kunia, Molokai Ranch and SSFM International. Currently he is the Vice President, Community and Government Relations, for Castle & Cooke Hawaii....


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UHM Chancellor: We Administrators Have Got it Tough, Just like Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders
by News Release Friday, January 23, 2015

Teddy Roosevelt said, “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” And that is exactly what we are doing....


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Hawaii Union Membership Slips to 21.8% -- 3rd in USA
by News Release Friday, January 23, 2015

Hawaii union membership slips from 22.1% in 2013 to 21.8% in 2014 ....


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Indian Eco-Goddess Vandana Shiva, charging $40,000 a speech, takes anti-GMO crusade to Hawaii
by News Article Friday, January 23, 2015

She’s on a grand tour, marked by private fund-raising pitches to wealthy locals and wannabees from the mainland....


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VIDEO: House Resolution Opposes Army Force Reduction
by Video Video Friday, January 23, 2015

...a House Concurrent Resolution to strongly oppose the U.S. Army’s proposed force reduction of Schofield Barracks and Fort Shafter Bases....


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Rep Thielen: HB1, 2, 3 Take Aim at NextEra Merger
by Cynthia Thielen Friday, January 23, 2015

“It is critically important to address energy concerns and propose effective local solutions this legislative year because of HECO's acquisition offer from Florida-based company, NextEra,” said Rep. Thielen....


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DLNR Imposes 3% Gross Receipts Fee on Ocean Recreation Vendors
by News Release Friday, January 23, 2015
Permit fees are $200 per month or 3% of gross receipts; whichever is greater....
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Bridge Aina Lea: 9th Circuit Affirms State Supreme Court Ruling (sort of)
by Robert Thomas Friday, January 23, 2015

...we've been waiting for the other shoe to drop, and today it did....


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House Democrats Introduce Package--But no Bills
by News Release Friday, January 23, 2015

Broad priorities take shape but details remain a mystery....


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Up to $1.2 Billion Electricity Savings for Hawaii After Oil Prices Plummet
by UH ERO Friday, January 23, 2015

...if prices stay this low, it will take up to four months before electricity prices fully reflect the drop in oil prices....


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Troop Reductions? Army to hold community listening sessions Jan. 27, 28
by News Release Friday, January 23, 2015

...The Army is conducting two listening sessions in Hawaii this month to hear from communities about how potential troop reductions and restructuring could impact them....


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Affordable Housing and Car Sharing on Council Agenda
by Kym Pine Friday, January 23, 2015

...in the Villages of Kapolei, the road approvals have not been processed in more than 10 years - since they were first built....


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Improve Health Care Competition by Repealing State Laws
by NCPA NCPA Friday, January 23, 2015

...Repeal certificate of need (CON) laws....


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Mainland Homosexuals Plan to Use Anti-Bullying Campaign to Penetrate Hawaii Schools
by News Release Friday, January 23, 2015

...we pursue a comprehensive bullying prevention bill and legislation to make it easier for trans folks to get proper (sic) birth certificates in the spring legislative session....


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VIDEO: Tulsi Gabbard on Fox News, Slams Obama Refusal to Identify Enemy as Islamic Extremism
by Video Video Thursday, January 22, 2015

"...unless you clearly identify your enemy, then you cannot come up with a very effective strategy to defeat that enemy...."


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VIDEO: McCain Rips Matson's Overpriced Ships on Senate Floor
by Video Video Thursday, January 22, 2015

...Matson’s order at $209 million per ship is more than five times more expensive than those same ships were procured outside the United States....


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AARP Hawaii Supports Caregiver Bill
by News Release Thursday, January 22, 2015

The CARE Act will help families by involving family caregivers more intentionally in the hospital discharge process....


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New Illinois Governor Appoints Linda Lingle as COO
by News Release Thursday, January 22, 2015

...Illinois Gov. Rauner names Hawaii's former 'superstar governor' Linda Lingle as Illinois COO....


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Hawaii is Dead Last in Employment by Sole Proprietors, S-Corps, LLCs
by News Article Thursday, January 22, 2015

Delaware (49.5 percent) and Hawaii (48 percent) are the only states with pass-through employment less than 50% share of total private sector employment....


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Prince Kuhio’s Fight to Americanize Hawaii
by Andrew Walden Thursday, January 22, 2015

...the homestead associations he championed in his first decade of service were multi-ethnic groups seeking the fee-simple ownership of land promised in the Hawaii Organic Act....


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VIDEO: Unsettling Moment During Senator Slom’s Minority Speech
by Sam Slom Wednesday, January 21, 2015

After a strong start, the lawmaker from the 9th senatorial district began to slow and slur his words ....


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Hawaiians Don't Trust OHA to Re-Start Native Hawaiian Convention
by Video Video Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Video from FreeHawaii.blogspot.com.... 


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Hawaii Shippers Council Discusses Port Slowdown, Jones Act Reform on Guam Radio
by Michael Hansen Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Mike Hansen, President of the Hawaii Shippers Council (HSC) interviewed by K57 Guam’s leading talk radio host Ray Gibson....


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Survey: Hawaii Millionaire Lead Slipping
by News Release Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Hawaii ranks 4th with 32,829 millionaire households out of 473,750 total households = 6.93%....


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Honolulu Bed Bugs Crawl Up to 42nd Place
by News Release Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Nationally, bed bug business increased 18 percent last year with nearly half of cities showing a rise in bed bug treatments....


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2015 Senate Majority Legislative Program
by News Release Wednesday, January 21, 2015

...ensure that Hawai‘i is well-prepared for any disaster, economic disruption, or other external factor by encouraging the production and consumption of locally grown and locally raised food....


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Opening Day: Speaker Souki Calls on House to Tackle Unfinished Business
by News Release Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Souki called for the House to draft enabling legislation to provide the state’s public hospital the option of looking at private-public partnerships...


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Hawaii #1 in Homelessness (again)
by News Article Wednesday, January 21, 2015

In 2014, Mississippi had the lowest number of homeless people per 100,000, as it did for the previous three years....


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House Minority Leader Opening Day Remarks
by News Article Wednesday, January 21, 2015

If you allow that diversity, if you encourage it, if you value it, then this body will make stronger legislation that can make people’s lives better in real, tangible ways....


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US Senate Votes Unanimously to Recognize January 25-31 as National School Choice Week
by News Release Wednesday, January 21, 2015

There are 65 National School Choice Week events and counting in Hawaii....


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CNHA Hijacks Civic Clubs to Push for Fake Indian Tribe
by News Release Wednesday, January 21, 2015

“Why would the AHCC BOD so blatantly disregard the voice of Hawaiian Civic Club members?"


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Anti-GMO Activists Stack Hearing: Why Bad Lawmaking Reigns in Hawaii Politics
by Joni Kamiya Tuesday, January 20, 2015

When lawmakers rely on bad science from activists, it takes something away from all of us and they don’t even realize it....


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Full Text of Joni Ernst’s Republican Response to 2015 State of the Union
by News Release Tuesday, January 20, 2015

...history has shown there’s nothing our nation, and our people, can’t accomplish....


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Full Text: State of the Union Address
by News Release Tuesday, January 20, 2015

It has been, and still is, a hard time for many....


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Vaccination Refusal: Study Documents Rise of Ignorance in 'Progressive' Communities
by News Article Tuesday, January 20, 2015

...the proportion of children who’d missed one or more shots increased from an average of 8 percent at the beginning of the study period to 12.4 percent at the end....


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KIUC Buys Batteries from Company Behind Kahuku Windfarm Fire and Surprisingly it is a Disaster
by News Article Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Power fluctuations from a first large plant installed in 2012 have already largely burned out the big batteries....


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263 Candidates file for Neighborhood Board Elections
by News Release Tuesday, January 20, 2015

“Serving on your Neighborhood Board presents the opportunity to create real change in your community, build a legacy, and network with other leaders.”


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Accountability for Big Infrastructure Projects?
by Panos Prevedouros PhD Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Long term risks to taxpayers: How Projects Get out of Control Using the Wrong Procurement Methods....


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HECO Plan Rewards Solar Contractors, Cuts Payments to Solar Consumers
by News Release Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Any program changes from this proposal would apply only to new customers....


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Representative Mele Carroll to resign from State House
by News Release Tuesday, January 20, 2015

...Complications from her previous cancer treatments have arisen in recent months....


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Parker Ranch sells rights to NextEra to Build Giant Windfarm
by News Release Tuesday, January 20, 2015

This agreement provides NextEra Energy Resources with long-term access rights to PRFT lands to develop renewable energy derived from PRFT's wind resources....


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McCain challenges Jones Act build and ownership requirements
by Michael Hansen Tuesday, January 20, 2015

...McCain’s instant amendment would be a rider to the Keystone Pipeline legislation....


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Smoking is a Million Dollar Habit--and Hawaii is More Expensive than Most
by News Article Tuesday, January 20, 2015

The cost of tobacco for every smoker is $1,029,646 over a lifetime....


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Hawaii Congressional Delegation How They Voted January 20, 2015
by Congress .org Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Senate: Keystone XL Pipeline - Cloture
House: Rulemaking Process Overhaul – Passage
House: Fiscal 2015 Homeland Security Appropriations - Passage
House: Financial Regulatory Revisions - Passage

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Kelii Akina Interviews Danny Kaleikini, Ambassador of Aloha
by Grassroot Institute Tuesday, January 20, 2015

...Danny Kaleikini speaks in this Martin Luther King Day interview as an ambassador for racial harmony....


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Duke Aiona Appointed Executive Director of Hawaii Family Advocates
by News Release Tuesday, January 20, 2015

...the appointment of James “Duke” Aiona as interim executive director will strengthen the organization’s ability to speak for families across the state....


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Republican Statewide Caucuses to Elect Leaders
by News Release Monday, January 19, 2015

Republicans will gather to elect precinct and district officers, and elect delegates and alternates to the 2015 State Convention....


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1959: Martin Luther King Jr Salutes Hawaii Statehood
by News Article Monday, January 19, 2015

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Hawaii Escrow Companies: Federal 'Kickback' Rules Mean Realtors must do the Paperwork
by Andrew Walden Sunday, January 18, 2015

...it's been at least a decade since I or any agent or broker prepared a time line or ordered a condo doc....


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254 Candidates file for Neighborhood Board Elections
by News Release Sunday, January 18, 2015

“Serving on your Neighborhood Board presents the opportunity to create real change in your community, build a legacy, and network with other leaders.”


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OHA Introduces Legislative Package
by News Release Sunday, January 18, 2015

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs Board of Trustees has approved the following bills and resolutions to be put forward as OHA’s 2015 state legislative package....


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The Ten Percent Solution
by Tom Yamachika Sunday, January 18, 2015

The state has been draining money out of the rail surcharge. Lots of money....


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Senator McCain’s Jones Act Amendment: Good for America
by Heritage Foundation Sunday, January 18, 2015

The Alaska governor is actually required to “use best efforts and all appropriate means to persuade the United States Congress to repeal those provisions of the Jones Act formerly codified at 46 U.S.C. 861, et seq.”...


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OHA Chair Lindsey: Rescind CEO’s Authority, Let Staff Know Who is Boss
by Andrew Walden Saturday, January 17, 2015

...current admin budgeting format and procedures create an open checkbook under various program areas....


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New Medicaid Enrollees: Many Need Addiction Treatment
by News Article Saturday, January 17, 2015

...newly eligible adults will have access to addiction treatments this year, many for the first time....


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A New Opportunity for Jones Act Reform in Washington, DC
by Grassroot Institute Saturday, January 17, 2015

Senator John McCain introduced a measure to modify the Jones Act so that American ship companies can purchase their ships from our allies....


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Pro-Life? Hawaii Ranks 45th
by News Release Saturday, January 17, 2015

This annual resource, dubbed “the playbook” of model legislation, combines more than 50 pieces of our model legislation, expert analysis, and 50 state report cards into a single nonpartisan guide for legislators....


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Dropping Oil Prices Boost Hawaii's Economy
by UH ERO Saturday, January 17, 2015

The drop in crude oil prices from $112/ barrel in June of 2014 to $46/barrel today will, if sustained, provide a nice boost to Hawaii’s economy....


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Report: Low Income Students a Majority in Hawaii Public Schools
by News Release Saturday, January 17, 2015

"...the trends of the last decade will be prologue for a nation not at risk, but a nation in decline.…"


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Ige Names Doug Chin AG, Randy Iwase PUC Chair
by News Release Friday, January 16, 2015

Doug Chin is former managing director for the City and County of Honolulu.  Randy Iwase was Supervising Deputy Attorney General whose division provided legal counsel to the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs and the Public Utilities Commission....


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Empower Windward: Neighborhood Board Election 2015 Workshop
by News Release Friday, January 16, 2015

Tuesday January 20, 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Kailua District Park, Multipurpose Room, 21 South Kainalu Drive....


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Hawaii Obamacare exchange projected to be financially viable — in 2022
by Malia Zimmerman Friday, January 16, 2015

...a new report from the Hawaii Commerce and Consumer Affairs Department shows the Connector won’t be fiscally sustainable until 2022....


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Leeward Coast Third in Homelessness
by Kym Pine Friday, January 16, 2015

...at the Wai'anae Boat Harbor, outreach workers are trying to help transition to supportive housing....


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OHA Hires Design Team to Develop Kakaako Makai Plan
by News Release Friday, January 16, 2015

The collaborative is a partnership among four Hawaiian firms: Edith Kanaka‘ole Foundation; DTL; PBR Hawai‘i; and WCIT Architecture....


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