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October 11, 2017 Press Release

"#Hawaii is home to 11 unique wildlife refuges, like stunning Kīlauea Point on #Kauai and Hakalau Forest on #Hawaii Island. We must continue to protect & preserve our 'āina so future generations can enjoy the treasures of our islands #NationalWildlifeRefugeWeek"

To read more about Rep. Tulsi Gabbard's work to protect the environment, click here: https://gabbard.house.gov/issues/energy-and-environment


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October 5, 2017 Press Release

Washington, DC—Nearly 4,000 Hawaiʻi residents participated in Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard’s immigration-focused “telephone townhall” on Wednesday afternoon. Local and national guests included:

September 29, 2017 Press Release

Honolulu, HI—Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) will host a live immigration-focused “telephone town hall” on Wednesday, October 4 at 4:00pm HST with local and national immigration experts from the ACLU Hawaiʻi, Hawaiʻi Civil Rights Coalition, and National Immigration Law Center (NILC). The call will provide an update on immigration issues including DACA and federal immigration reform, give constituents an overview of resources Rep.

September 28, 2017 Press Release

Washington, DC—Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) today joined a bipartisan coalition of lawmakers in introducing the reauthorization of the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act (NAHASDA), which has empowered more than 1,400 low-income families in Hawaiʻi over the past two decades, along with native communities across the country. In addition to the introduction of the bill today in the House, U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-NM) has also introduced companion language in the U.S. Senate.

September 26, 2017 Press Release

In Hawai‘i, protecting our environment – especially our native plants and animals – is part of our way of life, embedded in the fabric of our culture and society. The ‘i‘iwi was once one of the most common forest birds in Hawai‘i, but due to habitat loss, invasive species, and avian diseases, its population continues to face steep decline and is now largely restricted to East Maui and the windward side of Hawai‘i Island. The U.S.


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