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Hawaii doesn't need any more new taxes

Hawaii is in the midst of its worst economic depression ever, which is why it's baffling why our legislators would consider any tax hikes at all.

Hawaii residents and businesses need a break from new taxes, fees, surcharges and tax hikes. This is not the time to make Hawaii a more expensive place to live and do business. Perhaps it's asking too much for our legislators to consider lowering taxes, but at least they could commit to abandoning any more tax increases.

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About us

The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii is a nonprofit policy research organization that seeks to educate people about the values of individual liberty, economic freedom and accountable government.

Through the publication of accurate and timely research and commentaries, as well as by organizing events, conferences and seminars, the institute informs Hawaii’s policymakers, news media and the public-at-large about key public policy issues.

How we help

Comment on issues affecting Hawaii

Our team produces content to educate people about the values of individual liberty, economic freedom and accountable government.

Provide timely and accurate research

Our team studies laws that are preventing Hawaii from thriving and create reports to inform legislators, media and the public on how to create a better economy and government.

Host events to educate the public

We organize forums featuring national and local guest speakers in order to educate the public on key issues facing Hawaii residents.

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