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The state Senate appears poised to accept a bill tonight that would authorize vacation rental platforms such as Airbnb to collect taxes on behalf of... [Read More]
State lawmakers have decided to make a modest $5 million deposit into the state’s “rainy day” budget reserve fund instead of issuing taxpayer refunds from... [Read More]
Despite pushback from some hotel and commercial property owners, lawmakers this week continued to mull plans to require real estate investment trusts to pay Hawaii... [Read More]
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Leading lawmakers have finally agreed on a plan to switch to statewide mail-in balloting starting in the 2020 election, a shift that is expected to... [Read More]
Leading lawmakers have finally agreed on a plan to switch to statewide mail-in balloting starting in the 2020 election, a shift that is expected to... [Read More]
Leading lawmakers have finally agreed on a plan to switch to statewide mail-in balloting starting in the 2020 election, a shift that is expected to... [Read More]
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Lawmakers are again considering a bill to require that police departments disclose the names of officers suspended or fired for misconduct, a controversial subject that... [Read More]
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State Attorney General Clare Connors won easy confirmation Monday in a 25-0 vote on the Senate floor. [Read More]
Lawmakers are again considering a bill to require that police departments disclose the names of officers suspended or fired for misconduct, a controversial subject that... [Read More]
A bill to prohibit employers from discriminating against workers with prescriptions for medical marijuana who test positive for using cannabis has resurfaced in the final... [Read More]
In a significant change to the much-anticipated rollout of the Honolulu rail line, the city is now planning to open new segments of rail in... [Read More]
The state is willing to help finance the Ala Wai flood control project provided the city takes responsibility for construction and maintenance of the system,... [Read More]
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