Lawmakers to discuss funding for housing, long-term care

HONOLULU – Facing down a projection that Hawaii will need an additional 60,000 housing units to meet long-term demand over the next five years, state lawmakers plan to chip away at deciding how much money they’re willing to spend to solve the problem. The legislative committees that make decisions about money will take up a slew of bills related to housing development, public housing repairs, rental assistance and low-income tax credits today. Sen. Jill Tokuda, chairwoman of the Senate Ways and Means Committee, wants the state to set a goal […]

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