The Conversation: Monday, April 22nd
It’s Monday, April 22 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Leilei Shih is on the Executive Committees of Surfrider Foundation and Sierra Club O'ahu. She's also the Chair of Capitol Watch Hawaii, a portal into the Hawaii legislative process for those interested in following environmental bills. Several environmental bills are still moving, including SB15 SDHD 2 is in conference this morning.
Dawn Sakamoto is Director of Sales and Marketing for Watermark Publishing and its new imprint, Legacy Isles Publishing.
Randal O’Toole is a Cato Institute Senior Fellow. His analysis of urban land-use and transportation issues is detailed in his book The Best-Laid Plans. In it, O’Toole calls for repealing federal, state, and local planning laws and proposes reforms that he says can help solve social and environmental problems without heavy-handed government regulation.
Christine Altwies plays a photojournalist in the Hawaii Repertory Theatre production of Time Stands Still, which will have its final performance April 28 at 3:30PM at the Kawananakoa Backstage Theatre in Nuuanu.
Plus the international report from Deutsche Welle, making the first million in the backyard, and a minimum for the maximum in the reality check. First up, the news from NPR.