Hawaii legislators should act boldly in the upcoming session – as published in Civil Beat

Please take a moment to click through and read my piece published in Civil Beat today! I would normally publish it also in its entirety here on my blog, but Civil Beat is requiring “exclusivity” and is asking that I request that people visit their most excellent news website to read the piece. So am happy to comply and appreciate Civil Beat being willing to share my thoughts with their readers.

https://www.civilbeat.org/2020/12/hawaiis-legislators-should-act-boldly-in-the-upcoming-session/

About garyhooser

This blog represents my thoughts as an individual person and does not represent the official position of any organization I may be affiliated with. I presently serve now as a volunteer President of the Hawaii Alliance for Progressive Action (H.A.P.A.) www.hapahi.org I am also currently the Vice-Chair of the Democratic Party of Hawaii. In a past life, I was an elected member of the Kauai County Council, a Hawaii State Senator and Majority Leader and the Director of Environmental Quality Control for the State of Hawaii - in an even earlier incarnation I was an entrepreneur and small business owner. Yes, I am one of the luckiest guys on the planet. Please visit my web site AND sign up for my newsletter (unlike any email newsletter you have ever gotten, of that I am sure) - http://www.garyhooser.com/#four “Come to the edge.” “We can’t. We’re afraid.” “Come to the edge.” “We can’t. We will fall!” “Come to the edge.” And they came. And he pushed them. And they flew. - Christopher Logue (b.1926)
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2 Responses to Hawaii legislators should act boldly in the upcoming session – as published in Civil Beat

  1. scottypoppins says:

    I think it’s a great idea that you work with civil beat. And your thoughts are always appreciated.

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