Green aims to end tax on food, medication
Green aims to end tax on food, medication

December 6, 2022

HONOLULU — Gov. Josh Green took the oath of office on Monday and immediately vowed to address homelessness and housing, and ask the Legislature to help eliminate the state’s tax on food and medication.

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