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“It is unfortunate that the Trump Administration is choosing to perpetuate biased information and outdated myths to fuel the failed War on Drugs that has ripped families apart and wasted billions of taxpayer dollars. Our bipartisan legislation takes the politics out of this debate by reporting facts on the impact of marijuana laws on our communities.
Honolulu, HI—Senators Mazie K. Hirono and Brian Schatz, and Representatives Colleen Hanabusa and Tulsi Gabbard filed bicameral Congressional resolutions honoring the Honolulu Little League team, who won the 2018 Little League World Series.
WASHINGTON – Today, the Hawai‘i Congressional Delegation urged the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to be ready to work with the state to address immediate recovery needs, assess the damage caused by Hurricane Lane, and swiftly approve any request for federal funding to help Hawai‘i recover and rebuild.
"The #Kilauea Disaster Recovery Center is now open after closing due to #HurricaneLane. #Hawaii Island residents or businesses who suffered damage or losses as a result of the # KilaueaVolcano eruption have until September 12 to register for assistance with @FEMA or @SBAgov."
#Kauai and #Oahu residents: TODAY is the final day to register for federal assistance with any losses from the April rain, flooding, and landslides.
WASHINGTON – Today, Hawai‘i’s Congressional Delegation urged President Donald Trump to act swiftly on Governor David Ige’s request for a presidential disaster declaration for the emergency response to Hurricane Lane.
Honolulu, HI—Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) released the statement below regarding disturbing reports of the widespread vulnerability of U.S. election systems exposed at DefCon 26 Voting Village, an annual hacking conference that was held in Las Vegas from August 9-12th.
Kailua, HI—Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) met with the new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region IX Administrator, Mike Stoker, today to discuss key concerns and environmental threats to Hawaiʻi’s people. During the meeting, the congresswoman and Administrator Stoker discussed: