REPUBLICAN SENATE CANDIDATE PRAISES IGE’S FOOD PLEDGE DECISION

U.S. Senate candidate John Carroll praised Gov. David Ige Tuesday for setting a new target date for doubling Hawaii’s food production, in a statement...

Hawaii’s Regulatory Review Board is Alive and Well

https://youtu.be/M1syISjTW0Y?t=23 Did you know Hawaii had a Small Business Regulatory Review Board (SBRRB)? Well we do and it is very active and wants to get...

Center for Sustainable Futures

To any rational social minded agent, it has become abundantly clear—in a positive, equitable, ecologically diverse future, more humans practicing sustainable development are required,...

Greenhouses for Medical Marijuana Pass Their First Legislative Hurdle

Out of the abundance of marijuana-related bills being considered at the top of this legislative session, only a hardy few will be making it...

Hawai‘i Legislators Have Not Forgotten About Medical Marijuana

Yesterday was Opening Day for the 2016 Session of the Hawai‘i Legislature, and residents flew in from all over the state to hear what...

Renegotiating Turtle Bay Easement Preservation

        Lt to right: Row 1: Gov. Rep. Ryan Yamane, Gov Ige, Sen. Pres. Kim Row 2: Sen. Kalani English, Rep. Feki Pouha, Rep. Tom...

Koko Head Stables Back in Action

Representative Gene Ward (R-Hawaii Kai – Kalama Valley) was pleased to learn that the Hawaii Kai Koko Head stables will continue to be a...

Hawaii lawmakers file resolutions seeking Jones Act exemption, and Senate Minority presents Jones Act...

HONOLULU— In a bipartisan effort to positively impact the cost of living for Hawaii residents, several members of the Hawaii Senate and House of...

House and Senate Republicans Join Forces on Legislation

The Hawaii Senate and House of Representatives Minority Caucuses have joined forces this year and introduced several pieces of companion legislation, in an effort...

House Republicans oppose fast-tracking of GET increase

The House Republican caucus raised concerns that a bill to increase the general excise tax (GET) was fast-tracked when the House re-referred it to...