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The negative economic effects of the Jones Act are well-documented. Its restrictions on shipbuilding and cargo shipping increase the cost of living and raise the price of doing business in Hawaii, and represent a constant drain on our economy nationwide. The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii supports Jones Act reform that would address the Act’s shipbuilding and cabotage restrictions.
Popular television journalist John Stossel hosted Grassroot Institute of Hawaii President Keli’i Akina and several other guests for a panel discussion on the “dirty dozen”
A groundbreaking new study of America’s Jones Act might be of some comfort to U.S. shipbuilders and shipyard workers who have been worried by increased
Two new studies have confirmed what observers of the Jones Act have known for years — that the century-old federal maritime law has long been
Have you ever wondered why there are only a few ocean common carriers carrying goods between Hawaii and the U.S. mainland? Mainly it has to