The private sector engine of our economy is sputtering—the last thing Hawaiʻi needs is a deep cut to its public sector engine.
The COVID-19 crisis disproportionately affects some communities more than others. Our policymakers must take effective action to protect and support Hawaii’s economy and, more importantly, its people.
Automatic voter registration (AVR) is quickly gaining supporters nationally, not only as a way of increasing the number of potential voters, but also as a way of ensuring more accuracy in voter rolls.
Although diversity can make the decision-making process more challenging, it can also “unbias” decision-making and help promote ideas that, by their nature, more accurately reflect the common good.