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Legislators vote to rename Saddle Road in honor of Senator Daniel Inouye

The House today passed a resolution to designate Hawaii Island’s Saddle Road as the Daniel K. Inouye Legacy Highway.

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The people of the Big Island paid their repects and honored Senator Daniel K. Inouye with a service at Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium in Hilo Thursday (Dec 27).

Senator Daniel K. Inouye service in Hilo Thursday (Dec 27)

The people of the Big Island paid their repects and honored Senator Daniel K. Inouye with a service at Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium in Hilo Thursday (Dec 27).

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Senator Inouye to lie in state at State Capitol Saturday (Dec 22)

On Saturday, Dec. 22, Senator Inouye will lie in state from 5 p.m. to midnight in the State Capitol Rotunda. A short program will commence with the arrival of the senator’s casket. Public viewing will begin after the program for all to show their aloha to Senator Inouye with respect and quiet dignity.

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Memorial books honoring Senator Inouye available for signing at Mayor’s office

The public is invited to come in to sign memorial books and remember a man who did so much for the people of Hawai‘i for so long. At the end of next week, the books will be sent to the Inouye family.

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Senator Daniel K. Inouye at the Democratic Grand Rally in Hilo November 1, 2010.

Sen. Daniel Inouye dies (1924-2012)

He had been at a Bethesda, Md. hospital for the last week, being treated for a respiratory ailment following a fainting spell. He was 88.

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U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Inouye, who as the senior senator in the United States Congress now travels with a retinue of sometimes eight security staff, will bring this entourage and several other VIP leaders to Honoka’a High School from 3-6 p.m., Sat., Oct. 16, 2010 to join North Hawai’i residents in celebrating their community’s “Ag Country Roots.”

Senator Inouye to attend food event in Honokaa Saturday (Oct 16)

U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Inouye, who as the senior senator in the United States Congress now travels with a retinue of sometimes eight security staff, will bring this entourage and several other VIP leaders to Honoka’a High School from 3-6 p.m., Sat., Oct. 16, 2010 to join North Hawai’i residents in celebrating their community’s “Ag […]

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Governor Lingle responds to Senator Inouye's comments on state layoffs

Governor Lingle responds to Senator Inouye’s comments on state layoffs

MEDIA RELEASE Governor Linda Lingle issued the following statement today in response to Sen. Dan Inouye’s comments on possible reduction in force: “Sen. Inouye’s comments are inappropriate, factually inaccurate and misleading. By attempting to insert himself into the labor negotiation process, Sen. Inouye is unnecessarily creating a distraction from the fact that without the implementation […]

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Senator Inouye responds to Governor Lingle's layoff notices

Senator Inouye responds to Governor Lingle’s layoff notices

MEDIA RELEASE “Over the months that I have watched this dispute unfold and I had hoped that cooler heads would prevail and return to the bargaining table to negotiate a solution. Unfortunately that has not happened. Why should there be layoffs? The program proposed by labor unions saves money and assures that state services continue. […]

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