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'Felix' costs are huge, but obligation is, too
Neither the Legislature nor the administration can simply wish the problem of paying for the Felix consent decree away by declaring we are in compliance when we are not. The obligation will not go away. Neither should our commitment to meeting it.

On bus fares, set subsidy policy first
The best approach on bus fares is where they are rationally set and based on a clear understanding and established policy on how much subsidy should come from the taxpayers. Once that decision is reached — what percentage of costs should be subsidized — then the process of setting fares is relatively simple.


Wasted teens, wasted future
Substance abuse has hit youths hard. But the issue lurks in the shadows, with few caring to listen to warning bells ringing all around them.

Jerry Burris

New state Data Book easier to get, harder to use
The State of Hawaii Data Book should be on the shelf of all who have more than a passing interest in Hawai'i — its politics, its population, its economy, its sociology or just about anything that adds up to a picture of these Islands.

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