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Maui facing a crossroad in access to health care

March 29, 2014 Health care access on Maui is at a crossroad. more »»

Don’t connect Hawaiians to school sex program

March 29, 2014 Some people have found it necessary to educate our children about the mechanics of the “third se. more »»

Stories should include translations for acronyms

March 29, 2014 Does everyone in the world, or at least on Maui, automatically know what TAT and ACA translate into? My 89-year-old mother and I were both combing through the front-page articles (The Maui News,... more »»

Tougher enforcement needed for rules of road

March 29, 2014 Why do I see so many expired safety stickers? I thought that we had to pay for these, which is not inexpensiv. more »»

Something must be done to stop plague of midges

March 28, 2014 I want to thank the federal government for the outstanding job it is doing in its midge breeding program. more »»

Evidence mounting that cane smoke causes harm

March 28, 2014 About six months ago, when the World Health Organization published a key report establishing a direct connection between air pollution and cancer, I visited Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. more »»

Obamas should pay OT costs of first lady’s visit

March 28, 2014 As a nearly lifelong Democrat, I’m a supporter of our president and the majority of policies he pursues. more »»

Parents responsible for teens’ trouble at Oheo

March 27, 2014 In reference to the article concerning the two teens rescued at Oheo pools (The Maui News, March 23): Shame on the parents. more »»

Geothermal is key to cutting electricity costs

March 27, 2014 A March 21 letter writer asked if there was a way to reduce electrical bills. I’ve been all over the Big Island in the last few years. more »»

Don’t let Oahu interests dictate MMMC’s future

March 27, 2014 I’ve been a physician on Maui since 1999. I was a major contributor in Dr. Ron Kwon’s attempt to bring a second hospital to Maui. more »»

Requirements for circuit breaker are discriminatory

March 27, 2014 Circuit breaker tax credit applications are denied by the real property tax collections section of the Treasury Division of the Department of Finance if the property “is not the only property owned... more »»

Speed limits on South Kihei Road make no sense

March 26, 2014 I don’t get it. Driving on South Kihei Road northbound the speed limit is 30 mph but driving southbound it’s 20 mph. more »»

Property deferral agreements are liens

March 26, 2014 This is in response to the March 22 Viewpoint, “Roadway improvement obligations are not being hidden from property owners,” regarding deferral agreements on many properties in Maui County. more »»

Norovirus, influenza explained

March 25, 2014 “We’re not happy until you’re not happy!” This could be the mantra of two common viruses — norovirus and influenza viruses. more »»

Maui citizens need to be heard on hospital bill

March 25, 2014 SB 3064, having passed three readings in the Senate and now two readings in the House, is rapidly moving through Legislature. more »»

Selfless dedication seen in commitment to animals

March 25, 2014 Now in its third year, the Maui County Animal Coalition assembles on the second Tuesday of each month to discuss and plan ways to better the treatment of the county’s critters. more »»

Solutions to climate change menace political

March 25, 2014 In the words of the National Association for the Advancement of Science, in its just issued report, “What We Know: the Reality, Risks and Response to Climate Change”: “Climate scientists agree:... more »»

Hump of badly patched potholes a traffic obstacle

March 25, 2014 What’s up with the road hump filled with badly patched potholes in the northbound lane of South Kihei Road fronting the Maui Sunset condos? It’s been there so long that traffic knows how to avoid it... more »»

Return to basic principles needed to revive GOP

March 24, 2014 It is my hope that Pat Saiki can revive the Republican Party in Hawaii. more »»

Raising minimum wage would hurt workers

March 24, 2014 Raising the minimum wage is a horrible idea. The minimum wage law is not an employment law, it is an unemployment law. Employers hire people because of a marginal productivity of labor. more »»

 
 

 

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