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It’s important for Hawaii to consider the enormous costs of its harsh bail policies and long pretrial delays, both for the unlucky individuals unnecessarily detained by such government inefficiencies and for the taxpayers footing the unnecessarily excessive bills.
In less than a quarter of a century, the U.S. government piled more than 7,000 regulations onto the shipping industry, on top of the Jones Act.
Kauai homeowners face $10,000 fines if they let people stay in their homes.
Rent control in Hawaii would only make the problem worse.
Current efforts by the US government to fund education and healthcare initiatives may be hurting the people it’s supposed to help.
Honolulu now requires Uber and Lyft drivers to have a Hawaii driver’s license, among other requirements. What will this mean for military families?
Hawaii fishermen keep maxing out the limit for catching fish because of a strange law.
Hawaii has the most burdensome licensing requirements in the nation.