State needs more time to regulate cryptocurrency merchants in Hawaii.
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|State needs more time to regulate cryptocurrency merchants in Hawai‘i
A cryptocurrency pilot program, scheduled to close June 30, will be extended for another two years while the state decides how to regulate the industry. Lawmakers failed to pass legislation this session. Star-Advertiser.
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|Chief Paul Ferreira to retire from Hawai‘i Police Department
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|Audit turns up problems at Maui County Zoning Division
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|“New normal” drives up car rental costs
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