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Throughout his 35 years in the United States Congress, U.S. Senator Daniel K. Akaka brought many of Hawaii’s most important issues to the national forefront.  Although many remember him as a champion of the Native Hawaiian community, he was also a strong advocate for many other constituencies, including students and educators, service members and veterans, ...
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Lt. Governor Chin visited the Department of Education School Food Services Branch (SFSB) to thank Albert Scales, Dexter Kishida and the whole team for their enthusiasm and hard work on the ʻAina Pono Hawaii State Farm to School Program.  Working with the Lt. Governor’s Office and many public and private partners, SFSB has dedicated its ...
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Lt. Governor Chin welcomed Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Honolulu Director General Michael Tseng and Deputy Director James Huang.  Director General Tseng began his term in Honolulu On April 4, 2018.  Since his arrival, Director General Tseng has visited various Chinese and Taiwanese community organizations, as well as State and local government leaders to ...
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The Lt. Governor joined Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell at a press conference in announcing the most recent Point in Time count for homeless individuals throughout Hawaiʻi.  This year marked the second consecutive year where the homeless count has decreased in Hawaiʻi, 10% statewide, and the first decrease for the island of Oahu since 2009, 9.4%.  ...
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Lt. Governor Chin led the ‘Aina Pono Hawai‘i State Farm to School Program and Public-Private Partnerships Panel at this year’s Hawaiʻi Book and Music Festival at the grounds of Honolulu Hale.  Joining him on the panel were Joy Barua of Kaiser Permanente, Amy Asselbaye from the HMSA Foundation, Betsy Cole from the Kohala Center, and ...
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Lt. Governor Chin led the Opioid Crisis:  Integrative Approaches to Pain Management Panel at this year’s Hawaiʻi Book & Music Festival WELLNESS Program at the grounds of Honolulu Hale.  The panel was convened to bring awareness to the opioid crisis and integrative approaches to pain management.  Also participating on the panel were Keith Kamita, Dr. ...
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ʻIn a ceremony honoring Hawaiʻi’s military, Lt. Governor Chin proclaimed May as Military Appreciation Month in Hawaiʻi, and asked the people of the Aloha State to join in honoring all military personnel who gave their lives in defense of our freedom and recognize the enormous and invaluable contributions our Armed Forces and their families make ...
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Lt. Governor Doug Chin and U.S. Senator Mazie Hirono visit Mililani High School to support the Aina Pono Hawaii State Farm to School Program. “The Aina Pono Farm-to-School Initiative and Harvest of the Month programs connect Hawaii’s agriculture community with our schools to supply our keiki with nutritious, locally grown school lunches,” Senator Hirono said. ...
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Lt. Governor Chin presented a check to the Hawaii Korean Culture Center (HKCC) for $1M at the organization’s annual golf tournament, signifying signifying the State’s commitment to the Korean Community and the construction of the Hawaii Korean Cultural Center.  Lt. Governor Chin expressed to the crowd that, as the son of immigrants, he values the ...
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Lt. Governor Chin addressed leaders and lawmakers at the 39th Annual Hawaii Prayer Breakfast at the Hilton Hawaiian Village last week.  He also honored the late U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka, who was a staunch supporter of the Hawaii Prayer Breakfast, as well as the National Prayer Breakfast, and served as the sole signatory on the ...
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