Washington, DC—Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s (HI-02) Securing America’s Elections Act (H.R.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) is in Hilo today in response to eruptions from Kīlauea that have forced more than 1,800 people in Leilani Estates and Lanipuna Gardens to evacuate. The congresswoman attended a Hawaiʻi County Civil Defense briefing this morning, where she received updates on the eruption, evacuations, and sheltering efforts.
"Thank you @SamaritansPurse and @FranklinGraham for your tremendous generosity in supplying donations, supplies, equipment and support for ongoing recovery efforts on #Kauai. Over the weekend, dozens of Samaritan’s Purse volunteers from Kauai and several other states unloaded and delivered 70 tons of donations to help those affected by the floods with the rebuilding effort.
HAWAI‘I CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION URGES PRESIDENT TRUMP TO SWIFTLY ACCEPT HAWAI‘I’S DISASTER DECLARATION
Disaster Declaration Would Unlock Federal Funds for Impacted Counties Still Recovering From Flooding
"The nuclear threat posed to us by North Korea is real, and the need to denuclearize North Korea is urgent. Historic progress has already been made.
"HAWAII VETERANS & FAMILIES: Beginning June 1, your VA card will no longer grant you access to Tripler Army Medical Center. Be sure to apply for a new CAP ID Card using your state ID and proof of social security number before June 1. For more information on the new access policy, click here.
"Earlier this year, Maui High's Keith Imada received the Woodie Flowers Finalist Award, recognizing his commitment to promoting STEM education and opportunities for the Maui community.
"Far too many communities across the country are living with unhealthy air, putting their health and well-being at risk. Although #Honolulu is among the least polluted in the nation and #Kahului, #Wailuku, and #Lahaina are tied for fourth, this is not the case for many Americans. We must take action now to ensure a clean and safe environment for all communities.