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February 09, 2016

UPDATE: Bill Seeking Ban on GM Fish Advances for Further Deliberation

The bill would prohibit propagating, cultivating, or farming genetically engineered fish in state marine waters. The bill focuses on salmon produced for commercial sale in light of the FDA approval of AquAdvantage salmon.
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January 26, 2016

Rep. Ing on Industrial Hemp: “It’s Time Has Come”

Alexander and Baldwin’s recent announcement that it will end sugar production at Maui’s Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. will free about 36,000 acres of agriculturally zoned land at the end of 2016, prompting question over what crop would replace sugar.
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January 26, 2016

Major Industrial Hemp Legislation to be Introduced

Representative Ing said that while industrial hemp is not a “magic bullet” for Hawaiʻi’s agriculture, he said it deserves consideration, especially with the closing of sugar operations by Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Company on Maui.
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January 12, 2016

Design Firm Begins Work on State’s First Net-Zero School

The state’s largest design firm, Group 70 International Inc. has been selected as the architect, planner, and civil engineer of record for Kīhei's future high school.
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January 11, 2016

Long-Awaited Kīhei High School Breaks Ground

After decades of petitioning and planning, the long-awaited Kīhei High School in South Maui broke ground off Pi‘ilani Highway at 9 a.m. this morning, Monday, Jan. 11.
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December 21, 2015

100 Confirm Participation in Native Hawaiian Constitutional Convention

Invitees who have not yet committed to attending the ‘Aha have until Tuesday, Dec. 22, at 11:59 p.m. Hawaiʻi time to confirm their participation.
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December 15, 2015

Group Remains Committed to Native Hawaiian Convention Processes

The announcement comes after Na‘i Aupuni announced its termination of the Native Hawaiian election process amid delays caused by ongoing litigation.
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December 09, 2015

Rep. Ing Urges Support of Debt-Free College Proposal

Ing said he plans to introduce a resolution in support of the federal initiative during the upcoming legislative session. He said higher education "should propel young people forward, not set them further back."
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November 30, 2015

Naʻi Aupuni Extends Voting Deadline by Three Weeks

Naʻi Aupuni, an organization formed to establish a path to Native Hawaiian self-determination, announced today it is extending the deadline to vote in its elections to midnight on Dec, 21, 2015.
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October 20, 2015

Group Seeking Election Forms Nā Makalehua Collective

There are two Maui candidates identified as members of Nā Makalehua: ‘Olu Campbell and Kaniela Ing. Nā Makalehua is a collective consisting of 19 individuals who are seeking delegate seats to participate in the Na‘i Aupuni Native Hawaiian constitutional convention.
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October 01, 2015

200 Native Hawaiians File to Become ʻAha Delegates

More than 200 candidates are vying for 40 delegate spots to serve on the Native Hawaiian constitutional convention or ‘Aha. This includes 15 candidates vying for three seats on Maui, and three candidates vying for a single seat to represent Molokaʻi and Lānaʻi.
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August 26, 2015

Ing Reflects on Woman’s Equality Day and How Hawaiʻi Has Fared

Rep. Ing Reflects on Woman's Equality Day and How Hawaiʻi Has Fared: "As we celebrate this year’s Women’s Equality Day in Hawaiʻi, let’s commemorate the progress that has been made through the Women’s Suffrage Movement and leaders like Congresswoman Patsy T. Mink. But let’s recognize all the work we can do, as women and men together, through policy and at home, to make Hawaiʻi an even more inviting place of equality and aloha. Happy Women’s Equality Day."
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August 06, 2015

Not Your Grandma’s High School: $3 Million Released for Kīhei High

Groundbreaking will take place in September 2015, with the remaining $27 million in initial funds to be used after groundwork has been laid. "I'm really excited that this will be the first Net Zero high school in the entire state," said Rep. Ing. "It sets an example for what high schools should look like in the future. This is not your grandma's high school," he said.
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June 30, 2015

VIDEO: Bill Mandating Native Hawaiian Rights Training Signed into Law

Governor David Ige signed a bill into law this morning that makes it mandatory for certain state councils, boards and commissions to attend a course on Native Hawaiian customs and rights to be administered by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.
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February 12, 2015

Ing Introduces Bill to Prohibit Officers from Drinking While Carrying Firearms

The proposed measure came as a result of a an incident involving Christopher Deedy on Nov. 5, 2011, in which the US State Department special agent fatally shot Kollin Elderts in a struggle at the Kuhio Avenue McDonald's on Oʻahu.
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