Hawaii lawmakers want to boost housing, prevent false alarms
HONOLULU — Hawaii lawmakers opened a new session of the state Legislature on Wednesday with vows to tackle the housing crisis and homelessness. They are also determined to prevent the state’s emergency management agency from mistakenly pushing ballistic missile attack warnings to cell phones like it did over the weekend.
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