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After a mass shooting that killed 17 people at a southern Florida high school, legislators and residents in Hawaii are reassessing the effectiveness of state and federal gun laws.
Koloa resident Karen Cos said it should be more difficult for people to obtain guns, not withstanding the Second Amendment.
WASHINGTON (Gray DC) -- The anti-sexual harassment movement is hitting Capitol Hill and some lawmakers are taking a stand.
"In so many ways elected officials are treated differently," Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI-2) said.
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is calling for diplomatic solutions with North Korea just as Hawaii returned to sounding a monthly nuclear attack warning siren because of the growing threat from that country.
Q&A: Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard on the future of marijuana legalization
Now in her third term in the US House of Representatives, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has become a major proponent of marijuana legislation.
Sacramento, CA (November 8, 2017) — A broad coalition of more than 75 interfaith and community groups, 17 state and federal elected officials, and 38 leading academics urged the California State Board of Education (SBE) this week to reject textbooks portraying Hinduism, Jainism, and Indian history inaccurately and in a stereotyped manner.
WASHINGTON (Gray DC) -- "This moment offers a unique opportunity to approach climate disaster," David Galarza, New York City Coordinator with Casa Pueblo said.
“I want to fight for America and defend my country," Gualberto Pumentoa Filipino WWII veteran said.
Gualberto Pumento served during World War II. Now he’s finally being honored for that service.
“I feel very proud of what my father did," his son added.
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
President Trump should "engage directly" with North Korea's Kim Jong Un in order to resolve a worsening diplomatic crisis with the country, U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard said Tuesday on CNN.
WASHINGTON (Gray DC) -- Puerto Rican’s in D.C. calling on Congress for help.
Alberto Dominguez’ family in Puerto Rico has no running water or electricity. He’s here with his wife and 5-year-old son to remind lawmakers that those 3.4 million people on the Island are U.S. citizens.