Fur flies (again) at Hawaii legislature over Tourism Authority audit


Only a day before, one local Hawaii headline read, “State auditor blasts HTA [Hawaii Tourism Authority] for lax oversight and accountability.” Powerful men don’t much care to be questioned by anyone, much less by elected officials with subpoena power – but there they were, sitting in the hot seats in front of the very people who have full control over their little kingdom.

While February 28, 2018 was windy, cold and wet outside of the Hawaii State Capitol, it was “hotter than the hinges of Hell” (and equally as windy) inside during a 2 1/2-hour joint House & Senate Tourism Committee “informational briefing” on the latest damning audit of the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA).

Read the full article at hawaiinews.online