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Statement from University of Hawaii administration on collective bargaining


The following statement is from University of HawaiÊ»i Vice President for Community Colleges John Morton, who serves as the university’s chief negotiator for collective bargaining:

“We are disappointed that UHPA leaders are recommending that its members reject the university’s best and final offer. We are experiencing a record increase in enrollment. At the same time, we face at least a $154 million shortfall in our budgets over the next two years. We believe that our offer is reasonable and look forward to a resolution of our bargaining efforts that best serves our students and the mission of our university.”

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