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Counties begin to get equity from state
The first step toward fairer fiscal treatment of Hawai'i's four counties was finally reached this week in an out-of-court settlement between the counties and the state. The state agreed to let the counties keep a portion of the public service company taxes imposed on utilities.

Abortion for minors presents a dilemma
Under ideal circumstances, girls would be in constant, close consultation with their parents about every important life decision — from academics and religion, chores and curfew, to sensitive issues such as sex and abstinence, pregnancy prevention and the choices that accompany pregnancy.

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'Pedestrian Bill of Rights' is needed
We must fight this problem on many fronts to save the lives of our pedestrians. The drafting and implementing of a "Pedestrian Bill of Rights" could be the first step in changing all of our mindsets. By Duke Sturgeon, Honolulu resident.

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