Women in Hawaii still struggle with abortion access.
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|Hawai‘i still struggles with abortion access
Abortion providers say the state’s strong legal protections belie the experience of many women in Hawai‘i, particularly on the Neighbor Islands. They say the state needs to pay more attention to improving access. Star-Advertiser. Hawai‘i Public Radio. Maui News. Hawaii News Now.
Ige signs a flurry of bills as veto intention deadline nears
How a “first step” in prison reform sparked a public backlash and a likely veto
Familiar faces are seeking to return to elected office
Hawai‘i GOP candidates for governor want tax cuts. Good luck with the Legislature.
RIMPAC exercises set to begin in Hawai‘i
CNHA supporters back its marketing concepts for Hawai‘i
Covid-19 vaccine mistrust is spilling over to routine childhood shots
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The Gender Pay Gap Had Narrowed in Hawai‘i. Then the Pandemic Arrived.
Ten years ago, Hawai‘i women only made 78.4 cents for every male dollar. In 2019, women earned almost 90% of what men did. But recent hits to women’s earnings may have set back that progress… read more.
|Honolulu City Council elections are a hot topic for neighborhood board members
With four of the nine council seats in play, local community groups are paying attention to what a shift in power may mean in their backyards. Civil Beat.
Indicted executives are prolific Hawai‘i political donors
Rock revetment planned to harden eroding shoreline in Ka‘a‘awa
7,200 pounds of rubbish are pulled from Kāne‘ohe Bay
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|Latest Honua Ola denial likely headed to state Supreme Court
The tree-burning plant north of Hilo has suffered another setback in its years-long quest to deliver electricity to customers of Hawaiian Electric. On Friday, the Hawai‘i Public Utilities Commission rejected the company’s motions for reconsideration of an earlier PUC denial. Civil Beat. Tribune-Herald. Big Island Video News.
Paramedics wanted as county sees uptick in emergency calls
Free Wi-Fi is coming to Pana‘ewa Park
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Honolulu Challenges World’s Priciest Cities for Housing Unaffordability
Seventy-six metropolitan areas in the U.S. had housing last year that was considered severely unaffordable – up from just 14 areas in 2019, before the pandemic hit. Honolulu ranked as the third least-affordable market in the nation. “The cost of essential parts of the middle-class lifestyle have increased faster than inflation... read more.
|Primary election for House District 9 is a “winner-take-all” contest
Political newcomer Sam Peralta is challenging incumbent Rep. Justin Woodson, who went uncontested in the August 2020 Democratic primary. Maui News.
June 30 application deadline is approaching for South Maui CPAC
|Kaua‘i mayor faces three challengers in re-election bid
As Mayor Derek Kawakami nears the end of his first term, three political newcomers are running against him. They have a wide range of views but far less experience in politics. Hawaii News Now.
Līhuʻe improvement plan events are scheduled for Wednesday, Thursday
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