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  • September 06, 2023 9:30 AM | HFA Admin (Administrator)

    These are the resources referenced by Jim Hochberg on the Triple F Podcast that aired on September 1, 2023.

  • August 19, 2022 8:00 AM | HFA Admin (Administrator)

    August 19, 2022 | Letters to the Editor | Honolulu Star Advertiser

    Hawaii voters, please do not vote in the general election for any incumbent Democratic member of the state House of Representatives who voted in 2022 for House Bill 1697: Relating to sexual health education.

    This bill sought to require state Department of Education sexual health education programs to restrict information taught in sex ed curriculum in Hawaii’s schools. This bill requires that sexual health topics only include “positive and accurate representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, asexual, other sexual orientations and gender identities.”

    Teaching about the not-positive aspects would violate the restrictions, although the not-positive consequences for acting on the teaching would still happen in the students’ lives.

    The Democrats in the House passed this bill and luckily the Senate did not hear it — yet. Before you cast your vote, please ask the Democratic House candidate on your ballot how he or she voted on HB 1697. Let’s not give the House members who voted “yes” any more time in office.

    James Hochberg

    Downtown Honolulu

  • June 02, 2022 11:38 AM | Jim Hochberg (Administrator)

    "We still have the regular flu 100 years later. Do we want to have those kind of issues governed by emergency powers of a governor? No. The people have the right to have their own political power respected by the Governor and the Legislatures. So the change needs to be made to the constitution," argues attorney Jim Hochberg.


  • May 31, 2022 4:42 AM | Jim Hochberg (Administrator)

    From Hawaii News Now, May 31, 2022.

    Civil rights attorney Jim Hochberg, who has filed a legal challenge to the governor’s emergency powers, said the bill doesn’t go far enough.

    His suit argued that Hawaii law only allows the governor’s emergency powers to remain in place for 60 days. He added that the Legislature could have stepped-in to end the emergency period -- but didn’t.

    “Well, it was pretty clear from the massive continuing protests that people didn’t agree. But because it was a governor using executive power, they had no voice,” Hochberg said.

  • April 21, 2022 3:48 PM | Jim Hochberg (Administrator)

    Are you be called to run to office?  Do you know someone who should run for office?

    Many candidates for public office don’t think of running until someone else suggests they would make a good candidate.  In order not to miss out on the opportunity to have a good candidate for you to vote for in this upcoming election, we want to invite you to a seminar to learn how to recognize a good potential candidate, and then how to help them win.
    On Thursday evening, April 28, 2022, at 6:30 p.m., Eva Andrade, Janet Hochberg and Jim Hochberg will present this free opportunity at the Kakaako Campus of One Love Ministries, located at 670 Auahi Street, Suite A-5, Honolulu HI, 96813.  (You can click the picture above to sign up)

  • February 24, 2022 6:28 AM | Jim Hochberg (Administrator)

    Jim Hochberg, Esq. has submitted testimony in favor of a bill (SB 2027) that would amend provisions relating to first degree murder.  This bill adds a person commits the offense of first degree murder if the person knowingly or intentionally causes the death of another person that is less than fourteen years old or pregnant with a viable fetus. Adds a person commits the offense of first degree murder if the murder was especially heinous, atrocious, or cruel manifesting exceptional depravity.


  • February 10, 2022 9:17 AM | HFA Admin (Administrator)

    Editorial: Island Voices, Honlulu Star Advertiser | February 10, 2022

  • February 02, 2022 9:49 AM | Jim Hochberg (Administrator)

    Hawaiian Airlines' Failure to Provide Reasonable Accommodations for Vaccine Mandate Prompts Class-Action Lawsuit 

    Lack of a Legitimate Interactive Process Also Leads to Violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act 

    Honolulu, HI (Jan. 21, 2022) - A group of Hawaiian Airlines employees is suing the company for violating federal anti-discrimination regulations by denying reasonable religious or medical accommodations for its COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

    FINAL 01.21.22 Hawaiian Employees File Suit.pdf [Press Release]

    HwnAIrPortfolio.pdf [All documents pertaining to case]


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  • February 02, 2022 7:51 AM | Jim Hochberg (Administrator)

    Jim Hochberg, Esq. talks about legislative activity to modify the Governor’s emergency powers by referring to a case he filed in July of 2020 over Governor Ige’s abuse of emergency powers in the COVID lockdowns and restrictions.  On the Triple F Podcast, Jim suggests specific legislative action needed to protect us from the abuse of emergency powers; he referred to the case and cited quotes directly from the transcript.

    Read the case below.

    RICHARD PARTAL II, KRISTINE MARIE PARTAL, AND ELLEN PARTAL Plaintiffs, v. DAVID Y. IGE, in his official capacity as Governor of the State of Hawaii; STATE OF HAWAII; MAYOR HARRY KIM, in his official capacity as the Mayor of Hawaii County; and John and/or Jane Does 1-10, in either official or individual capacities.

    3CCV-20-000277_Transcript.pdf.  |. 3CCV-20-000277_Filing.pdf

  • March 26, 2021 8:43 AM | Jim Hochberg (Administrator)

    On the Faith in Politics show on March 26, 2021, I shared a report that I noted I would post on this website.  You can watch the full show by clicking on the photo below.

    To read the report, click here.

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