Several states are retaining subjective criteria for carry permits or imposing new restrictions on gun possession.
State Reactions to the SCOTUS Ruling Against Discretionary Carry-Permit Laws Range From Compliance to Defiance
Some states promptly eliminated subjective standards, while others refused to recognize the decision's implications.
A Fuel Leak From a Navy Facility Could Shut Down All New Development on Hawaii's Most Populous Island
Contamination from the Navy's Red Hill underground fuel facility on Oahu has reduced Honolulu's water supply by 20 percent. Water officials are considering a moratorium on new construction to conserve water.
The civil liberties group says there's a clear pattern of police misconduct involving schoolchildren.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige issued an executive order yesterday imposing a raft of new restrictions on businesses and social gatherings.
According to the dissent, the appeals court "has decided that the Second Amendment does not mean what it says."
The Hawaii senator fails to fully consider the causes of bad policing.
Absurd enforcement of liquor regulations harms public health efforts.
Supreme Court's Muddled Clean Water Act Ruling Threatens Property Rights and the Trump Administration's Deregulation Efforts
Federal clean water regulations are a confusing mess for property owners. The Supreme Court just made things worse.
Thanks to a police union, Officer Darren Cachola has managed to stay on the force job despite a firing, brutality and abuse allegations, and a video of him punching his girlfriend.
The Utah senator wants a world where "Alaskans, Hawaiians, and Puerto Ricans aren't forced to pay higher prices for imported goods."
Rep. Richard Creagan declares cigarette sales the moral equivalent of slavery and murder.
The 9th Circuit has endorsed a distinction that does not jibe very well with modern attitudes.
A state audit finds the Aloha State isn't keeping track of the stuff it seizes.
Americans strongly support the right to end suffering for terminal diseases, but states have lagged behind.
Shipping Magnates and Friendly Lawmakers Air-Kiss over Loathsome Law that Torments Poor Hawaiians, Puerto Ricans
The Jones Act drives up consumer prices by protecting U.S. companies from competition. Guess who insists it must be kept intact?
Citing state law, Honolulu's police chief tells them to turn in their guns.
Its for your own good, you know.
Hawaii lawmakers want to make unlicensed short-term rentals a class C felony.
A trio of interesting stories aren't making national headlines.
We don't need lawmakers deciding what therapies should be supported or legal.
Off-Duty Hawaii Cop Harassed, Assaulted, Lesbian Couple Over Light PDA, State Left Them Homeless, Lawsuit Alleges
Attorneys says charges of assaulting a police officer were dropped five months later.
Not-so-happy ending for sex workers in Honolulu massage parlors
Man shocked (geddit?) by park ranger's behavior.
A judge on Hawaii's Big Island last week halted enforcement of part of Hawaii's flawed anti-GMO law.
Verified authenticity of Obama birth certificate