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Political reports from HPR's Wayne Yoshioka
The ban on all commercial activities at O’ahu City Parks was reversed today by the Caldwell Administration, which will open the way for a number of non-profit events and activities. HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka was at City Hall for the announcement.
All members of the State House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly yesterday to abolish the Public Agency it had a part in creating last session to generate revenue by developing State-owned land. HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka was there for the vote.
The Honolulu City Council considered a bill today that would provide no-cost annual bus passes for some riders. But, as HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports … the City Administration opposed the idea of a fare reduction because public transportation is not free for all O’ahu residents.
The Tourism industry experienced record visitor arrivals and spending last year, prompting the Governor to propose a bill to raise hotel room taxes. But as HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports, tourism officials say the extra state revenue from higher taxes will come at a price …
Two House Committees voted today to repeal the controversial Public Land Development Corporation… reversing a law supported by lawmakers and the executive branch last session. HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka was there for the vote …