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Make GMO decisions based on credible and substantial scientific data

July 23, 2014 I am writing in response to the anonymous commentary to the Maui Weekly (July 10 issue) titled “Why We don’t Trust Monsanto. more »»

Cyberbullying Must Stop

July 17, 2014 Did you know that 13 million kids from ages 6 to 17 are cyberbullied? In Hawai‘i, one-third of kids are cyberbullied online. more »»

Input Sought on Native Hawaiian Governing Entity

July 17, 2014 In the absence of Akaka Bill passage, Native Hawaiians have a two-and-a-half-year window under island-born President Barack Obama to achieve a form of federal recognition. more »»

Why We Don’t Trust Monsanto

July 10, 2014 In response to Monsanto employee Dan Clegg’s letter to the editor (“False Claims About Monsanto Continue, June 5-11 issue of the Maui Weekly),” he gives no evidence or studies that show GMOs are safe. more »»

Congress Must Pass the Marketplace Fairness Act

June 30, 2014 It is important for Congress to pass the Marketplace Fairness Act (MFA) for fair competition in today’s world of commerce. more »»

Stop Playing Politics With Veterans

June 30, 2014 Our legislators in Washington must stop playing politics with our veterans. This is especially true of Vietnam War veterans. more »»

Political Changes are Certain for November Elections

June 24, 2014 The politics-as-usual game here on Maui--big money corporate rule, paid off politicians giving away land and water rights to the highest bidder or to their friends--is being seriously jeopardized... more »»

Correction: KCA Not Partner With Pi‘ilani Promenade Developers

June 24, 2014 The Kihei Community Association (KCA) wants to clarify that we in no way partner with the proclaimed landowners Sarofim Realty Advisors of Dallas Texas or their representatives on Maui, and are... more »»

We Need to be Better Stewards of Our Resources

June 17, 2014 We live on an island. We need to be better stewards of our resources. In 2008, when the EPA came to Lahaina, the community supported water reuse over injection wells. Water is a valuable resource. more »»

What is This Maui GMO Moratorium Initiative About?

June 17, 2014 If you live in Maui County, you’ll soon be bombarded with misinformation and blatant lies from GMO corporations--the corporations poisoning our keiki, the worlds food supply and our ‘aina. more »»

The New MHS CEO Could Make a Huge Difference to Maui’s Animals

June 10, 2014 It’s hard to judge anyone by reading a few words chosen to describe them. [See “Maui Humane Society Names New CEO” at more »»

Expectations High for NEW MHS CEO

June 10, 2014 With the Maui Humane Society (MHS) Board of Directors’ announcement of Sandy Shelby as the new CEO, effective July 15, one wonders what to expec. more »»

Examination of the Justification for a GE Moratorium Bill

June 10, 2014 The proposed bill for a moratorium in Maui County on cultivation of genetically engineered crops contains 22 “findings” that presumably provide the justification for the measure. more »»

SHAKA Initiative Does Not ‘Ignore Science’

June 5, 2014 Alicia Maluafiti, GMO lobbyist and professor of communications at Pacifica University in Hawai‘i, is not a scientist but an owner of a public relations firm, Loihi Communications, utilized by GMO... more »»

The Facts About GMOs

June 5, 2014 In a Maui Now article (May 22) about the anti-GMO petition, it was reported that “Sheehan’s argument countered that claim [that the anti-GMO campaign would devastate our county’s fragile agricultura... more »»

GMO Fact vs. Fiction

June 5, 2014 We surely want to distinguish fact from fiction. Organic food is easily available. Jeffery Smith, a SHAKA Movement zealot, does not mention where. more »»

Our Electoral System Needs Fundamental, Progressive Change

May 29, 2014 The Annual State Convention of the Green Party of Hawai‘i (GPH) was held Saturday, May 17, on Hawai‘i Island, where GPH officers and delegates to the National Committee of the GPUS were selected. more »»

SHAKA Initiative Hurts Farmers and Ignores Science

May 22, 2014 With almost 18 million farmers worldwide growing genetically engineered crops--90 percent of whom are small farmers in developing countries--the SHAKA Initiative would stop Maui farmers from taking... more »»



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