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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Tribune News Service) — Less than a month after Heath Robinson died, a bill named in his honor will be introduced in Congress.
Among several requests, the lawmakers — comprised of 95 Democrats, 29 Republicans and one Independent — are requesting guardsmen be eligible for retirement benefits after their deployment on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis.
Several National Guardsmen serving in Congress blasted the White House for plans to end fellow troops’ coronavirus response deployments in mid-June, just one day ahead of the minimum needed to qualify for a host of active-duty benefits.
KHON is hosting an exclusive virtual Town Hall with Governor David Ige, U.S. Representative Ed Case (D-1) and U.S. Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-2), on Thursday, May 21.
When the coronavirus outbreak hit Hawaii, it could have been a crippling blow to the Paul Mitchell cosmetology school, which closed its doors like most other educational institutions in March.
U.S. Reps. Tulsi Gabbard and Rodney Davis of Illinois on Tuesday introduced legislation that would prevent a health care provider from laying off a significant portion of its nursing workforce or significantly reducing their hours during the coronavirus crisis as a condition for receiving federal emergency relief funds.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) are calling for universal basic income (UBI) in response to the growing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Gabbard introduced legislation Friday that would provide a UBI payment of $1,000 per month to every American adult until the Department of Health and Human Services declares the outbreak is over.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) is urging President Trump to stop cruise ships from docking in any state as the coronavirus outbreak shakes the country.
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is calling for a suspension of flights to Hawaii from South Korea and Japan amid growing concerns about the coronavirus.
“It is irresponsible for our leaders to endanger the health and well-being of Hawaii’s people by continuing to allow travel from Japan and South Korea," Gabbard said, in a statement Wednesday.
Kauai doesn’t test drinking water for a class of chemicals being targeted for manufacturing bans by some members of the United States Congress.