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President's Message: Leage Anticipates a Busy 1995 (Suzanne Meisenzahl)
Recommendations for State Convention Agenda
Mayor Outlines Ambitious Plan for Honolulu
New Directions for 1995
Physical and Sexual Violence Bill to Be Revised (Pamela Ferguson-Brey)
Congratulations, Pamela!
Planning and Zoning Committee Has Busy Month (Astrid Monson)
State Data Book Wins Again (Astrid Monson)
City Finances Discussion Slated (Jean Aoki)
Rights Petition Circulated
Information Exchange Conference Planned (Marion Saunders)
Letters to the Editor - LWV Action Praised (Faye Kennedy)
Letters to the Editor - Mahalo for LWV Kokua (Martha Ross)
Volunteers Needed

Recommendations for State Convention Agenda

  1. We recommend that a Voters Guide be a priority item. We would like to form a committee right away and Honolulu members will be happy to serve on a committee or to chair the committee if the state prefers.

  2. Another priority item for us is Campaign Finance Reform and Ethics. We would like a committee formed, with regular meetings. There is much going on this year in this area and we would like to make sure that our positions are represented.

  3. We recommend a state Human Resources Committee be established. This committee is currently very active in Honolulu, but would welcome state support.

  4. Rather than a membership booklet printed by and for just the Honolulu League, we would recommend that a Statewide Membership Booklet be created.

  5. Honolulu League recommends support for legislation to enable development of Charter Schools in Hawaii.

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