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2014: A LOOK AHEAD


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Elections stand to change political contours

Hawaii will also confront the persistent shortage of cheaper housing and funds for private preschool

By Gordon Y.K. Pang and Nanea Kalani

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 01, 2014

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<p>An election season that could alter Hawaii's political landscape for a generation, Gov. Neil Abercrombie's push to allow public funding of private preschool programs and the continuing quest by state and county leaders to deal with housing demand and homelessness are issues expected to dominate local headlines in 2014.</p>
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An election season that could alter Hawaii's political landscape for a generation, Gov. Neil Abercrombie's push to allow public funding of private preschool programs and the continuing quest by state and county leaders to deal with housing demand and homelessness are issues expected to dominate local headlines in 2014. Login for more...



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