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Outcome of initiative not the voice of majority

November 10, 2014 A majority? Really? I am tired of people saying that their group has the will of the people or that the majority of our residents have spoken. more »»

Fundraiser is a part of Wayne Tanaka’s legacy

November 10, 2014 I was saddened by the news of Wayne Tanaka’s passing (The Maui News, Nov. 1. more »»

Science lost out to hysteria in voting on GMOs

November 9, 2014 The genetically modified organism vote would have been different had the labeling been GIO for genetically improved organisms, which I believe is accurate. Science lost to hysteria. more »»

Retiring doctor expresses gratitude to patients

November 9, 2014 It is with great sadness that I am announcing my retirement from active practice due to disability. more »»

Stop beating dead horse, go home and get a job

November 9, 2014 Whoever the people are making a homeless camp next to Monsanto’s gate, enough already. Go home. You won. Be happy. Stop beating a dead horse and continue on with your lives somewhere else. more »»

Producing better GMOs a key to mankind’s future

November 9, 2014 Since the genetically modified organism ban in Maui passed, we owe it to ourselves to think. more »»

Plastic tombs are not good for the environment

November 9, 2014 Why spend money on nice beautiful coffins when they are sealed up in big plastic unnatural tombs similar to what transmissions and engines are shipped in. more »»

Action needed to stop reckless Maui Bus drivers

November 9, 2014 I read the Nov. 6 letter regarding buses. more »»

When God closes one door, he opens a better one

November 9, 2014 As a lifelong Christian, it never ceases to amaze me how God works in mysterious ways. The latest example can be found in “County finalized deal for service center land” (The Maui News, Nov. 2). more »»

Handicap stall law means nothing if not enforced

November 9, 2014 I have been on Maui since 1956. In the past two years or so, I have found it very hard to get around so I got a handicap card. more »»

Mayor’s response to GMO vote is disappointing

November 9, 2014 Auwe, Mayor Alan Arakawa. It is so disappointing to see him behave in such a biased and childish manner concerning the passing of the genetically modified organism moratorium. more »»

Next proposition should be aimed at cane burning

November 9, 2014 Congratulations, citizens of Maui, on being able to see through the false advertisements on the genetically modified organism issue and passing the propositio. more »»

Googling for information is not same as research

November 8, 2014 A Nov. 3 letter writer claims that there is no scientific consensus on the safety of genetically engineered crops. more »»

Jail is time not deserved in marital affair case

November 8, 2014 In reference to articles about “careless” actions (The Maui News, Sept. 6) and a “revenge beating” (Oct. 3): There should be no jail time for these men. more »»

No ill effects despite living near GMO fields

November 8, 2014 Now that the genetically modified organism initiative has passed, here is the long-term health effects study: In Kihei, have been living next to and downwind from GMO crops since 1967 and have been... more »»

Attack on Mike White is contrary to the facts

November 7, 2014 I have to disagree with the assertions in a Nov. 1 letter regarding Mike White. To the contrary, White responded to the concerns of six of his constituent. more »»

Fundraisers send wrong message to schoolchildren

November 7, 2014 These fundraisers that our children are encouraged to participate in during their time in elementary school are not pono to the children. more »»

Election results seen as a message to the mayor

November 7, 2014 Congratulations, Mayor Alan Arakawa. He won but his opponent got 39 percent. Is there a message there he might listen to? Not everyone is happy with the way things are around here. more »»

Mayor needs to support majority choice on GMOs

November 7, 2014 Congratulations to Mayor Alan Arakawa for winning another term. I look forward to his leadership in the next four years. But curiously, in “Result better than Arakawa expected” (The Maui News, Nov. more »»

Overall incidences of cancer are on the decline

November 6, 2014 What are cancer rates doing? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has a website for cancer data and statistics, www.cdc.gov/cancer/dcpc/data. more »»

 
 
 

 

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