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Unions spend heavily against ConCon


    Nay votes being counted at the Constitutional Convention in 1978. Since the last ConCon, the question of holding another has been on the ballot four times (1986, 1996, 1998, and 2008). Each time the result was negative.

Preserve Our Hawaii, a powerful coalition funded heavily by local unions, has spent more than $600,000 in recent weeks on advertising urging residents to vote “no” in the general election on whether to hold a state constitutional convention, campaign spending reports show. Read more

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