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Not Hawaiian Enough? Mau Piailug

Grassroot Institute Weekly Video Education Series: Master Marine Navigator Mau Piailug. To support the nonpartisan efforts of the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii regarding the Akaka bill and other vital issues, please visit www.grassrootinstitute.org.

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Hawaii DOE Trim The Fat Contest 2009

[video_lightbox_youtube video_id=10a9_6lkgmQ width=640 height=480 anchor=//new.grassrootinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/7.jpg] DOE Trim the Fat Contest HURRY DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS JUNE 22! New Contest to Help Trim DOE’s Budget Help Hawaii’s Education System by Identifying Waste and Inefficiencies June 11, 2009, Honolulu — Like the rest of the state during the current economic challenges, the

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Hawaii’s Prepaid Health Care Act and its Far-Reaching Costs

New Policy Brief Explains Hawaii’s Health Coverage Monopoly Hawaii’s Prepaid Health Care Act and Far-Reaching Costs The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii has released a new study, Hawaii’s Prepaid Health Care Act and Far-Reaching Costs, by Policy Analyst Pearl Hahn. The brief exposes the ramifications of Hawaii’s unique health care mandate which

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International climate change conference; featuring Stanley Goldenberg

At the recent Heartland Institute’s International Conference on Climate Change 2009 in New York City, which GRIH co-sponsored, Grassroot Institute Policy Analyst Pearl Hahn sat down with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Meteorologist Stanley Goldenberg who heads the Atlantic Oceanographic & MET Lab Hurricane Department at the agency. This is

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International climate change conference, featuring Todd Wynn

The Second Annual International Conference on Climate Change 2009 Scientists, economists, and climate experts with a skeptical view of climate change alarmism gathered in New York City on March 8-10, 2009 to discuss why they believe the global warming crisis has been canceled and whether a crisis ever really existed

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Hawaii Pork Report: The community speaks: Part 1

The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii and Citizens Against Government Waste have released the first-ever Hawaii Pork Report 2009. Grassroot President Jamie Story and world famous PIGFOOT the mascot against government waste interview people on the streets of Honolulu and Waikiki. READ the Hawaii Pork Report at www.grassrootinstitute.org…(more)

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Hawaii Pork Report: The community speaks, Part 2

The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii and Citizens Against Government Waste have released the first-ever Hawaii Pork Report 2009. Grassroot President Jamie Story and world famous PIGFOOT the mascot against government waste interview people on the streets of Honolulu and Waikiki. READ the Hawaii Pork Report at www.grassrootinstitute.org.

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More states join GRIH amicus brief in public lands case

The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii has filed an amicus brief before the Supreme Court of the United States in support of Hawaii vs. Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) and the state’s right to manage the public or ceded lands of Hawaii. At the heart of the case is the constitutional

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Not Hawaiian Enough? Mau Piailug

Grassroot Institute Weekly Video Education Series: Master Marine Navigator Mau Piailug. To support the nonpartisan efforts of the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii regarding the Akaka bill and other vital issues, please visit www.grassrootinstitute.org.

Read More →

Hawaii DOE Trim The Fat Contest 2009

[video_lightbox_youtube video_id=10a9_6lkgmQ width=640 height=480 anchor=//new.grassrootinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/7.jpg] DOE Trim the Fat Contest HURRY DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS JUNE 22! New Contest to Help Trim DOE’s Budget Help Hawaii’s Education System by Identifying Waste and Inefficiencies June 11, 2009, Honolulu — Like the rest of the state during the current economic challenges, the

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Hawaii’s Prepaid Health Care Act and its Far-Reaching Costs

New Policy Brief Explains Hawaii’s Health Coverage Monopoly Hawaii’s Prepaid Health Care Act and Far-Reaching Costs The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii has released a new study, Hawaii’s Prepaid Health Care Act and Far-Reaching Costs, by Policy Analyst Pearl Hahn. The brief exposes the ramifications of Hawaii’s unique health care mandate which

Read More →

International climate change conference; featuring Stanley Goldenberg

At the recent Heartland Institute’s International Conference on Climate Change 2009 in New York City, which GRIH co-sponsored, Grassroot Institute Policy Analyst Pearl Hahn sat down with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Meteorologist Stanley Goldenberg who heads the Atlantic Oceanographic & MET Lab Hurricane Department at the agency. This is

Read More →

International climate change conference, featuring Todd Wynn

The Second Annual International Conference on Climate Change 2009 Scientists, economists, and climate experts with a skeptical view of climate change alarmism gathered in New York City on March 8-10, 2009 to discuss why they believe the global warming crisis has been canceled and whether a crisis ever really existed

Read More →

Hawaii Pork Report: The community speaks: Part 1

The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii and Citizens Against Government Waste have released the first-ever Hawaii Pork Report 2009. Grassroot President Jamie Story and world famous PIGFOOT the mascot against government waste interview people on the streets of Honolulu and Waikiki. READ the Hawaii Pork Report at www.grassrootinstitute.org…(more)

Read More →

Hawaii Pork Report: The community speaks, Part 2

The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii and Citizens Against Government Waste have released the first-ever Hawaii Pork Report 2009. Grassroot President Jamie Story and world famous PIGFOOT the mascot against government waste interview people on the streets of Honolulu and Waikiki. READ the Hawaii Pork Report at www.grassrootinstitute.org.

Read More →

More states join GRIH amicus brief in public lands case

The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii has filed an amicus brief before the Supreme Court of the United States in support of Hawaii vs. Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) and the state’s right to manage the public or ceded lands of Hawaii. At the heart of the case is the constitutional

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