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PRIORITIES

FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY
  • No new taxes, fees or increases
  • Reduce non-emergency state spending and department budgets by 10%
  • Reform state public pension system to ensure long-term viability
  • Exempt food and medical-related expenses from General Excise Taxes (GET)
  • Halt rail construction until after a published cost-benefit analysis for residents
EDUCATION
Our one-size-fits-all education system is ill-equipped to provide the best learning option for each student. We need to adopt a more flexible spending model where education dollars are student-centered, like education savings accounts. Education dollars should fund students, rather than physical school buildings.
ECONOMY
  • Restore prosperity by repealing laws and reducing excessive regulation and taxation that stifle our tourism industry
  • Allow industry leaders the freedom to develop strategies to bring back Hawaii as a desirable vacation destination.

 

ENVIRONMENT
  • The beauty of Hawaii that attracts residents and tourists alike needs to be both enjoyed and protected from unmonitored overuse. Our natural resources are our top priority
  • Wildlife conservation must be preserved for our future generations
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