Wide range of bills advance, stall at mid-point of Hawaii legislative session
By Dan Nakaso
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March 13, 2022
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Sign holders were at the state Capitol on Tuesday to push for raising the state’s minimum wage. The Living Wage Rally was organized by Raise Up Hawaii, a coalition of businesses, advocacy organizations, labor unions and nonprofits advocating for an increase. Pictured are Tony Samuels, left, a part-time worker, and Aaron Sansone, a University of Hawaii student.