Al Gore, the vice president-turned-champion of green energy, told admirers packing the Stan Sheriff Center on Tuesday that the issue of green energy is building quite a consensus across the political spectrum.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office has agreed to a request by some House Republicans to audit how $304 million in federal grants were spent on the "Cover Oregon" health insurance website, which has not enrolled a single person online without special assistance.
Hawaii folks wanting to sign up for the Affordable Care Act, aka ACA or Obamacare, by the March 31 deadline might've been rightfully spooked against signing up online, due to horror stories about computerization snafus. So, going it the old-fashioned way, via pen-and-paper application, would seem a prudent thing.
Speaking of what's fair, not much about the Bruno Mars concert ticket sales can be described in those terms. Almost half the tickets for the Hawaii-born singer's three sold-out shows here were snapped up by people outside the state, almost all online.
Any fan of triumphs of the human spirit is surely welcoming the start of the 2014 Winter Olympics. More than 6,000 athletes from 87 countries are vying for medals at the Games, being held in Sochi, Russia.
Other proposals at the state Capitol have broad support, but surely Senate Bill 2446 is the frontrunner for Most Likely To Succeed. It would name a new Kihei, Maui, high school after the late Patsy Mink. All 25 senators have signed on.
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