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The U.S. Representative for Hawaii's 1st congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Colleen Wakako Hanabusa (born May 4, 1951) is the U.S. Representative for Hawaii's 1st congressional district. She is a member of the Democratic Party. She was formerly a member of the Hawaii Senate, representing the 21st District since 1998. She served as the Senate Majority Leader, before being elected Hawaii's first woman President of the Senate in 2006, making her the first Asian American woman to preside over a state legislative chamber in the United States. She is the third Buddhist elected to United States Congress, and the fourth woman to be elected to Congress from the state of Hawaii (after Patsy Mink, Pat Saiki, and Mazie Hirono). On August 24, 2011, she announced her intention to run for re-election to her current seat in Congress. Early life and education A ...
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Hawai‘i to receive $2.9M for workers with disabilities

The United States Department of Labor on Tuesday lent an extra hand to help workers with disabilities in Hawai‘i to better integrate into the workforce. As a portion of a DOL $21.1 million grant, Hawai‘i will receive $2.9 million to expand services at two one-stop career centers that provide education, training, and employment opportunities for unemployed adults with disabilities, states a joint press release from Hawai‘i’s four federal representatives. “In Hawai‘i, people with disabilities face an unemployment rate that’s nearly seventy percent ...

D.C. Conference on ‘Moving Forward’ U.S.-Japan Partnership

A new paradigm for U.S.-Japan relations is evolving after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. At the 2011 U.S.-Japan Council (USJC) Annual Conference this past week, leaders from both sides of the Pacific came together to discuss moving forward with recovery, sending the message that the U.S. commitment to support Japan remains strong. The theme was “Innovate, Educate, Collaborate: Moving Forward the U.S.-Japan Partnership.” Experts in such areas such as clean energy, education and non-profit sector building told a crowd of more than 300 people that the U.S. and Japan can serve ...

Mazie Hirono v. Colleen Hanabusa: A Preview?

They are both Japanese-American women in their early 60s, married Buddhists with no children who represent the state of Hawaii 5,000 miles away in the U.S. House of Representatives. Until last month, each also lived in the other's district. One — Mazie Hirono — is running for the U.S. Senate, while the other — Colleen Hanabusa — will decide by next month whether she's going to do the same. Thursday evening, at a Young Democrats Pau Hana Forum at Ward Warehouse, several dozen likely voters and campaign volunteers heard the two congresswomen talk about energy, ...

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