President's Message (Maile Bay)|
Second Redistricting Plan Approved (Jean Aoki)
Judicial Independence Project Report (Jean Aoki, Jaurene Judy & Jackie Parnell)
Hawaii Coalition Against Legalized Gambling (HCALG) (Dorothy Bobilin)
Annual Fundraiser Nets Support
Members who Love to Travel
Mahalo to the Volunteers
Welcome New Board Member
Florida Election Memorabilia on Auction Block
Voters, Candidates Flock to Democracy Net During Election 2001 (Bob Adams)
Kauai League (Carol Bain)
Trials of Charter Schools in Hawaii (Mary Anne Raywid)
Hawaii Coalition Against Legalized Gambling (HCALG)
HCALG has been told by informed legislators that the next session will have gambling bills heard. (We had a large number of pro-gambling bills introduced last session [only two of the resolutions had hearings], but they failed to pass). Pro-gambling letters are now shifting a bit from attacking us to attacking The Honolulu Advertiser.
Tennessee, one of the three states without legalized gambling will have a measure on their Nov. 5, 2002 ballot that would change their constitution to allow the lottery. Leaders of the National Coalition Against Gambling Expansion have stated " Next they will come after Hawai'i and Utah." Here is the NCALG link: www.ncalg.org/new/facts-lottery.htm.
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