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Reports from HPR's General Assignment reporter, Molly Solomon
Graduate students at UH Manoa haven’t received a raise in nearly a decade. This low pay combined with Hawaii’s high cost of living is making life for graduate students in Hawaii a struggle … forcing many to get second jobs to supplement their income. HPR’s Molly Solomon reports…
Budget fights are continuing in Washington this week. The jury’s still out on what the impact of Friday’s so called sequestration will be for Hawaii. But it’s left many of the state’s non-profits worried about the loss in federal funding. HPR’s Molly Solomon spoke with one organization and has this report.
The leatherback sea turtle is the largest marine turtle in the world. Some can grow up to six feet in length and weigh as much as 2,000 pounds. But a new study shows the population is continuing to decline…possibly to extinction. HPR’s Molly Solomon has this report.
There’s been a lot of talk surrounding the impact of raising the minimum wage. Two proposed bills in the legislation have the support of Governor Abercrombie, and could bump up our current minimum wage to $8.75 an hour. This has caused concern for Hawaii economists and HPR’s Molly Solomon has this report…
Eighty-five. That’s the theme for this year’s Honolulu Printmakers Exhibition. HPR’s Molly Solomon talked with Hawaii artists preparing to make their mark in an upcoming show.
(Molly Solomon / HPR News)