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Senate dems push for foreign policy shifts

U.S. Senators Brian Schatz (D-Hawai‘i), Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), and Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) have released new, "forward-looking" foreign policy principles that they hope will do a better job guiding America in its role as a global leader in the 21st Century.

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Gov. Ige to sign nation’s first 100 percent renewable energy requirement

All of Hawaii's electricity must be produced from solar, wind, geothermal, and other clean energy sources, before 2045.

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Mauna Kea lawsuit heads to Hawaii Supreme Court

The Hawaiʻi Supreme Court now has two telescope-related lawsuits on its plate, the other being the Solar Telescope case on Maui.

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Will Caron
Petition to stop military base at Henoko passes 4,000

The petition urges Mr. Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, Mr. Gen Nakatani, Japan’s Minister of Defense, and U.S. president Barack Obama to “protect Henoko ccean and its coral reefs” and to “listen to the voice of Okinawan people and stop construction of a new military base.”

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Come along and ride The Bus of change

Advocating for greater public participation in environmentally-friendly day-to-day practices and habits

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Tyler Greenhill
Mayor Caldwell announces temporary housing plan for houseless

Mayor Caldwell announced a plan to build Hale Mauliola, temporary modular housing, and to provide services for houseless on Sand Island site.

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Okinawa governor visits Hawaii, asks for solidarity

Among important issues to Okinawans both in Hawaii and Okinawa is the proposed new military base in Henoko and the U.S. military presence in general.

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Will Caron
OHA pushes forward with Nai Aupuni despite concerns

Despite vocal opposition and community concerns raised at OHA board meetings in late April, 2015, the board has decided to go forward with a nation building process spearheaded by a new organization: Na‘i Aupuni.

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Will Caron
Governor Ige announces changes to stewardship of Mauna Kea

The governor supports the TMT's right to move forward as well as public right to protest; charges UH with doing a better job serving the mountain's best interests.

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