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Blake Oshiro

The former state legislator has been focused on helping the governor achieve his goals

By Vicki Viotti

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 25, 2012

~~<p>Some might say that Blake Oshiro has moved up in the world, in that he's now on the Capitol's fifth floor, having left the fourth-floor office he used as a member of the state House six months ago.</p>
<p>As deputy chief of staff to Gov. Neil Abercrombie, he has crossed over a threshold into a different kind of government work, trying to advance an administrative agenda on multiple fronts. But a centerpiece in the wall decor of that office is a framed copy of Act 1, 2011, the civil unions bill he championed while he was still on the legislative side of the curtain.</p>
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Some might say that Blake Oshiro has moved up in the world, in that he's now on the Capitol's fifth floor, having left the fourth-floor office he used as a member of the state House six months ago.

As deputy chief of staff to Gov. Neil Abercrombie, he has crossed over a threshold into a different kind of government work, trying to advance an administrative agenda on multiple fronts. But a centerpiece in the wall decor of that office is a framed copy of Act 1, 2011, the civil unions bill he championed while he was still on the legislative side of the curtain. Login for more...



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