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Hawai'i watches as president takes office
Hawai'i will be watching closely to see how the new Bush administration approaches issues of particular interest to us, including support for the military, environmental policies, trade and security policy for Asia and the Hawaiian self-determination movement. For the moment, it is time for Hawai'i to join the rest of the nation in congratulating its new president and wishing him Godspeed.

U.S. Senate: Is that sign of comity there?
With the Senate split precisely 50-50, Republican leader Trent Lott and Democratic leader Tom Daschle have come up with an arrangement in which power and resources are split almost equally between the two camps. If the power sharing serves as a step back toward civility in Congress, it was a pragmatic step well worth taking.

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