Inouye Demonstrates The Aloha Way

Friel, Brian
July 2009
National Journal;7/11/2009, p17
The article offers a look at the bipartisan leadership shown by Hawaii Democratic Senator Daniel Inouye, who assumed the chairmanship of the Senate Appropriations Committee following the resignation of West Virginia Senator Robert Byrd. Inouye was credited for guiding his colleagues in the enactment of most of pending annual appropriations bills, as well as convincing Republicans not to offer amendments to spending bills. The contributions of Inouye to Hawaii's development is considered.


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