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Green shares mid-point views

From Sen. Josh Green:

As the 2010 legislative session approaches its midpoint, I am continuing to fight for changes that will make Hawaii a safer, healthier, and better place for all of us to live.

My top priorities for this year remain: strengthening Hawaii’s hospitals and healthcare system, returning our students to full instructional time in the classroom, building Hawaii’s economy and creating jobs, and passing tougher DUI laws.

Although we are all going through tough economic times, I believe it is more important than ever for us to maintain high standards in basic healthcare and education, so that our working families and our entire economy can fully benefit from recovery when it comes.

Please write or call me any time with your ideas and concerns regarding these or other issues. My staff and I are always available to serve you.

Finally, please join me in reaching out to members of our community who may be struggling to provide for their families as our economy recovers from recession.

Donations to the Hawaii Food Bank and Aloha United Way (auw.org), the West Hawaii Community Health Center (westhawaiichc.org), and our individual churches and synagogues are some of the best and most effective ways to help support our neighbors.

Let’s keep working together to make Hawaii a better place for all of us.

Sincerely,
Josh

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