Dark money, dark days
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We have judges and the justice system to protect the public. We need protection both from people who steal property valued at $495,000, as well as from judges who cannot fulfill their responsibilities to protect the public from such theft. If judges cannot properly serve the public, then they are part of our problem by encouraging such criminal behavior.
Kudos to police for the work they do
Looking up the numbers interesting
Why is Lono Kona Subdivision only area targeted?
Saving palila program a failure
Things will change, people aren’t dumb
Scientific water studies show no evidence of negative impacts on national park
Hawaii’s public hospital system – Hawaii Health Systems Corporation — has been prominent in the news and in political forums during the past few weeks. Concerns about anticipated budget deficits and growing expenses in a changing health care environment are important topics for discussion among all stakeholders — our communities, our patients, our employees, medical staffs and clinicians, our public unions and our legislators
Clarifying the substance of Act 111
America Chooses capitalism (again)
Public relation skill lacking at HDOT
Fight for Banyans public right of way
Republicans never had a chance
Visitors should educate themselves about culture