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Say's penny-pinching on Felix is dangerous
House Speaker Calvin Say is balking at providing $137 million in emergency funding for special-education programs. But he must convince federal judge David Ezra that he and his colleagues are interested in fiscal prudence, not in defiance of the judge's orders to improve the special-ed system.

New pedestrian safety bills make good sense
A recent rash of fatal incidents involving pedestrians has prompted the Legislature to propose tough new rules for pedestrians and drivers alike. They deserve swift approval.

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Free UH tuition idea raises questions
Unless the sponsoring organization covers not only tuition costs, but pay for expanded facilities and faculty, forget it. By Ted Gibson, a Kailua resident.

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