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Election results seen as a message to the mayor

November 7, 2014 Congratulations, Mayor Alan Arakawa. He won but his opponent got 39 percent. Is there a message there he might listen to? Not everyone is happy with the way things are around here. more »»

Mayor needs to support majority choice on GMOs

November 7, 2014 Congratulations to Mayor Alan Arakawa for winning another term. I look forward to his leadership in the next four years. But curiously, in “Result better than Arakawa expected” (The Maui News, Nov. more »»

Overall incidences of cancer are on the decline

November 6, 2014 What are cancer rates doing? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has a website for cancer data and statistics, www.cdc.gov/cancer/dcpc/data. more »»

It’s good enough for doctors, why not teachers?

November 6, 2014 I read an article in The Maui News (Nov. 4) about how the Department of Education is holding off on tying standardized evaluations of students’ achievements as a factor in determining a teacher’s pay. more »»

Patient grateful for outstanding care at MMMC

November 6, 2014 I recently underwent surgery for a life-threatening condition at Maui Memorial Medical Center. I spent six days in the hospital in both the intensive-care unit and on the fourth floor. more »»

Mower seeking answers about weed-filled roadway

November 6, 2014 In my retirement over the last eight years, I have voluntarily mowed the curbside grass along Kalihi Place in Waiakoa, Kula. more »»

Beware of the Maui Bus drivers in Napili area

November 6, 2014 It is apparent that Maui buses in the Napili area are driven by people who really should not be on the road. more »»

Study on GMOs should have already taken place

November 4, 2014 With all the hype and propaganda about the genetically modified organism initiative, there is a very simple solution. more »»

Economic benefits pale in comparison to risks

November 4, 2014 I appreciate and most often agree with the views of The Maui News editorial (Oct. 19) and various economists who write about trends for the state of Hawaii. more »»

Distribution model needed for future energy use

November 4, 2014 Hawaiian Electric Co. needs to get its distribution model set for the future. HECO has really blown its approach to solar energy issu. more »»

Ads urging ‘no’ vote ignore issue of GMO safety

November 4, 2014 I’ve been watching the television ads urging folks to vote “no” on the genetically modified organism initiative. more »»

Hannemann would lead state in honest, moral way

November 3, 2014 You can tell a lot about a person by their moral conduct. And there is no better example of this than watching the promotions of the candidates for governo. more »»

Money is well spent to safeguard future of Maui

November 3, 2014 Recent news stories about financial support for the Citizens Against the Maui County Farming Ban illustrate the critical nature of this election for the future of Maui County and its people. more »»

Shutdown of seed farms would prove destructive

November 3, 2014 The Maui County initiative is going to cost our county hundreds of millions of dollars over the near term if the seed farms are forced to shut down. more »»

Science has reached no consensus on GMO safety

November 3, 2014 Genetically modified organism are far from benign. more »»

Why wasn’t campaign money spent on Maui?

November 3, 2014 The opponents of the anti-genetically modified organism initiative say that the loss of 500 jobs in Maui County would hurt our economy. more »»

Spend money on testing instead of on campaign

November 3, 2014 What’s wrong with a temporary ban on growing genetically modified organisms until the safety of these new organisms and the chemicals used with them is proved? Nothing, that’s wha. more »»

While feeding us manure, they clean up the money

November 3, 2014 Let’s face it: Big-money companies don’t come here because they’re trying to save jobs. They’re here to clean up. Money that is, not manure. Manure is what they’re feeding u. more »»

Insensitive ad is typical of anti-GMO campaign

November 3, 2014 The Maui Tomorrow ad in the Oct. 30 Maui News regarding the genetically modified organism initiative hit a new low. more »»

Force companies to prove they are not doing harm

November 3, 2014 Consumer Reports’ November 2014 issue says: “There haven’t been sufficient studies done to determine whether there are long-term health risks for people eating GMO foods. more »»

 
 
 

 

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