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Women's caucus outlines goals for 2014

Health initiatives and efforts to honor the late Patsy T. Mink top the legislative list

By Sarah Zoellick

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 24, 2014

~~<p>Appropriating funds for a comprehensive breast and cervical cancer control program, addressing infant mortality issues and providing parents with information about the vaccination for human papillomavirus are among this year's top priorities for the Women's Legislative Caucus, members announced Thursday.</p>
<p>The bipartisan caucus made up of House and Senate members also hopes to pursue legislation to remove Hawaii's statute of limitations on sexual assault, restore judiciary funding of domestic violence programs, establish a human trafficking victim services fund and name Kihei's planned public high school Patsy Take&shy;moto Mink High School.</p>
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Appropriating funds for a comprehensive breast and cervical cancer control program, addressing infant mortality issues and providing parents with information about the vaccination for human papillomavirus are among this year's top priorities for the Women's Legislative Caucus, members announced Thursday.

The bipartisan caucus made up of House and Senate members also hopes to pursue legislation to remove Hawaii's statute of limitations on sexual assault, restore judiciary funding of domestic violence programs, establish a human trafficking victim services fund and name Kihei's planned public high school Patsy Take­moto Mink High School. Login for more...



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