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Thread: Hawaii's dream 'plan'?

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    Default Hawaii's dream 'plan'?

    1. The health and well-being of all island residents
    2. A healthy relationship with our natural environment
    3. A diverse island economy with more local business and a new model for tourism
    4. Economic equity and community engagement processes
    5. State and local government leadership

    damn, that's it?

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    that this admin. is so anti-pot that they still refuse to embrace industrial hemp or mention it is basically a crime against society

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    what do they envision our schools look like from now on? the norm was already unacceptable, now kids can't be allowed to gather. instead an entire revamp of the education process is needed to reflect safety, virtually an impossible task even with complete cooperation, now, with half the country being as stupid as possible it's no chance.

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    meet the new plan, same as the old plan, only worse

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    when we reclose a real plan will be critical to basic survival
    Last edited by Ron Whitfield; July 1st, 2020 at 12:59 AM.

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    Default Re: Hawaii's dream 'plan'?

    more 0 plans heard on Insights on PBS Hawai‘i: Election 2020: Honolulu City Council District 5

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    asshole Ige selected lobbyist Misalucha from a list of three candidates provided by the Democratic Party of Hawaii. The administration did not provide the names of the other candidates and deferred an inquiry to the party. While those of us who remember him are still mourning the loss of Senator Breene Harimoto, the Democratic Party of Hawaii submits three names for Governor David Ige to appoint a replacement for the remainder of Senator Harimoto's term. So the governor picks Bennette Misalucha who until recently was Executive Director of Hawaii Crop Improvement Association, the trade group for the GMO Industry in Hawaii. Their members are Bayer (which acquired MONSANTO), Hartung (which took over SYNGENTA), and Corteva (which is DUPONT AND DOW CHEMICAL)!


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