Wayne Yoshioka

Political reports from HPR's Wayne Yoshioka

Television and Film Industry Gains Legislative Support

ShareThisThere are more than 10 bills being heard at the State Legislature aimed at boosting Hawaii’s Television and Film Industry. As HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports … lawmakers and political leaders want to grow this profitable sector …
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Senator Inouye Exclusive Interview

ShareThisSenator Dan Inouye believes partisan fighting in Washington will NOT derail O’ahu’s rail project. The senior senator also has advice for Hawaii businesses and nonprofits which in the past have benefitted from so-called Congressional Earmarks.
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Mayor Delivers State of the City Address

ShareThisThe Chief Executive of the City and County of Honolulu delivered his annual State of the City address today. HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka was there and filed this report …
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Exclusive Interview with Senator Dan Inouye

ShareThisHawaii’s Senior Senator Dan Inouye is back in the islands for the President’s Day recess. He granted HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka an exclusive interview today… to discuss a number of issues impacting Hawaii including the loss of 320-million dollars worth of Congressional Earmarks …. INOU_23 (RT- 3:38) (In: “Another of your programs, Senator.. Out: ..Mr.
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Governor Abercrombie Briefs Legislature on Budget

ShareThisGovernor Neil Abercrombie appeared before the joint House and Senate Money Committees today to present his 11 billion dollar annual spending plans over the next two years. The Governor said his plan is fair and calls on everyone to contribute.
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