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False Claims About Monsanto Continue

June 10, 2014 It is unfortunate that recent letters continue to make egregious and false claims about Monsanto Hawai‘i. more »»

Biotechnology Combats Worldwide Famine

June 10, 2014 I work for Monsanto and I’m extremely proud of the work I do. I support all kinds of agriculture, including both biotechnology and alternatives such as organic farming. more »»

MHS CEO is a Thankless Job

June 10, 2014 I wish the new director of the Maui Humane Society well; it is a thankless job. more »»

Vegan Diet Fights Cancer

June 10, 2014 In his daily online nutrition column, Dr. Michael Greger researches popular diet and health advice and provides his expert opinion. In several recent publications, D. more »»

Housing Crisis Requires Multipronged Strategy

May 29, 2014 The Maui County Council’s Policy & Intergovernmental Committee met recently to hear testimony on charter amendment revision recommendations. I testified representing GO Maui Inc. more »»

Shocked at Mayor’s Refusal to Sign SHAKA Petition

May 22, 2014 Since March, I have gone into the community to petition for the citizens’ right to place an initiative directly on the ballot in November. more »»

Monsanto Supports Agriculture Around the World

May 22, 2014 It is springtime on the Mainland and the whole Northern Hemisphere. Springtime is planting season for farmers and is a very busy time of year. more »»

Our Islands Should be Pristine, not Frankensteined

May 22, 2014 I do not agree with Kurt Adams’ opinion about Monsanto making the world a better place. more »»

Monsanto taking action to meet farmers’ increasing needs

May 8, 2014 Monsanto is one of the leading genetically modified (GM) seed companies in the world. more »»

Questions remain regarding Na Wai Eha settlement

May 1, 2014 I am pleased that the state Department on Water Resource Management has made adjustments to an earlier settlement, providing for a larger volume of stream restoration to Na Wai Eha than was... more »»

Proposed tax increases are out of line

May 1, 2014 Hawai‘i has long been known as the state with the highest cost of living in America, but with the highest quality of life because of our moderate climate and friendly residents. more »»

State could lose much-need federal road project funding

May 1, 2014 Over the years, when the Kihei Community Association (KCA) is advocating for some transportation improvement in South Maui, such as the North-South Collector Road or complete street projects, we are... more »»

Maui County Animal Coalition Selflessly Continues

April 24, 2014 Now in their third year, on the second Tuesday of each month, the Maui County Animal Coalition (MCAC) assembles to discuss and plan ways to better the treatment of the county’s critters. more »»

Wants Cannabis Legalized

April 15, 2014 I was very disappointed about the “Smart Approaches to Marijuana” (SAM) article in the April 3-9 issue of the Maui Weekly. more »»

You’re Putin Me On

April 15, 2014 In Russia, there’s no disputin’ President Putin, unless your name is Rasputin... and we all know how that ended. more »»

Mahalo to Maui Weekly for Election ‘Primer’

April 15, 2014 Thank you Maui Weekly and writer Susan Halas for the March 18 stories, “Local Election Trends in 2014” and “An Introduction to Local Elections 2014. more »»

In Gratitude for Sugarcane on Maui

April 15, 2014 I have lived in Kuau Bayview since 1997 and next door since 1995. Only once have I had to breathe cane smoke. more »»

Legal Doesn’t Mean Safe

March 27, 2014 In a front-page article in The Maui News entitled, “Monsanto submits report for ‘transparency,’” (Friday, March 14) Monsanto listed atrazine as one of the herbicides it uses here on Maui and Moloka. more »»

Time for positive change at MHS

March 13, 2014 As the CEO of the Maui Humane Society (MHS) exits, the door opens for positive change in how MHS delivers law enforcement to the taxpayers who are paying for it. more »»

No-kill philosophy should be top priority at MHS

March 13, 2014 In hiring the new director of the Maui Humane Society, the top priority should be that this person believes Maui can and must embrace the “No-Kill” philosophy. more »»



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