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Experts raise state revenue forecast

By Nanea Kalani; Star-Advertiser; September 8, 2017


Rail vote could cost House leader her post

By Kevin Dayton; Star-Advertiser; September 6, 2017


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Rep. Ito to run for Tokuda’s seat in Senate

Star-Advertiser; September 7, 2017


Debate

Personality, not policy, set to define Hawaii governor race

By Jennifer Sinco Kelleher; Tribune Herald; September 6, 2017


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Green to run for lieutenant governor; Kanuha will seek state senator’s seat

By Cameron Miculka; West Hawaii Today; September 2, 2017


Debate

Green, Espero will run for lieutenant governor

By Nanea Kalani; Star-Advertiser; September 1, 2017


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Hanabusa to run for governor

By Kevin Dayton; Star-Advertiser; September 2, 2017


Direction by youth jail Administrator Mark Patterson raises concerns

By Susan Essoyan; Star-Advertiser; September 3, 2017


Capitol Hill

White House blocks Obama-era rule seeking pay data from employers

Jeff Jeffrey; Pacific Business News; August 31, 2017


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Governor nominates Oshiro to chair labor board

By Kevin Dayton; Star-Advertiser; August 29, 2017 Update


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2 ousted from House Finance Committee

By Kevin Dayton; Star-Advertiser; August 28, 2017


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Legislators install new House leaders and shuffle posts

By Kevin Dayton; Star-Advertiser; August 29, 2017


INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAI‘I Too Big An Ask?

For the past several years, the problems of O‘ahu’s Emergency Medical Services have been widely reported: EMT sick-outs due to 14 and 16 hour days with no relief in sight; and an aging fleet of ambulances needing constant repair. Each day, there are more than a million residents, visitors and military personnel on O‘ahu. EMS has only 20 ambulance units available at any given time. Is that enough? We’ll hear from the head of O‘ahu’s EMS, a doctor who works in Hawai‘i’s busiest ER, and others. PBS Hawaii; Thursday, June 8, 2017


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Free Kauai Bus Rides offered during Tropic Care

County of Kauai - Transportation Agency News Release


Map-Kauai

Kauai budget smallest of the counties

By Jenna Carpenter; The Garden Island; May 22, 2017


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Council moves budget forward, reluctantly

By Nancy Cook Lauer; West Hawaii Today; May 19, 2017


Map-Maui Molokai Lanai

Council passes $705.2M budget on first reading

By Melissa Tanji; The Maui News; May 20, 2017


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