In 2022, state lawmakers will begin a third legislative session under the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic. Priorities, transparency and accountability will be part of the discussion.
The City and County of Honolulu is moving forward with a years-long plan to create a Storm Water Utility for Oʻahu. What does that mean? Essentially, it means property owners would pay a fee to the city to manage storm water that runs off their property. The city says runoff ends up in streams, storm drains and eventually the ocean and is a threat to the environment.
Illegal short-term rentals have been a problem for years. As visitor numbers grew, more and more tourists were showing up in neighborhoods outside resort areas, prompting an outcry from residents. The city is in favor of a six-month minimum for rentals located in resort areas only with property taxed at higher rates. Some hail the new effort while others pan it.
Join us as we celebrate Veterans Day, a holiday to honor the women and men who serve or have served in the armed forces. Hear about veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD, those veterans ending up homeless or suffering from addiction and how we can help.
We are heading into a second consecutive holiday season under the weight of the COVID-19 pandemic. How are we as individuals and as a community handling the lingering nature of the virus and the lifestyle changes it creates?
Every 10 years, the boundaries of elected political districts around the state are redrawn to reflect population changes, sometimes creating a new district in one county and eliminating an old district in another. Join us as we discuss Reapportionment and why it matters to you.
The American Cancer Society estimates more than 7,500 people in Hawaiʻi will be diagnosed with cancer this year. Most of those cases are likely to be women who have breast cancer. That diagnosis is scary but it is not a death sentence. Early detection, various treatment options and preventative measures, are among the tools available to help patients overcome this obstacle.
Hawaiʻi’s near constant denial of permit requests to carry guns in public will be tested before the U.S. Supreme Court next month. Will Hawaiʻi become an open-carry state?
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