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07/07/2010

She thinks your civil rights should go to referendum. Let's go the phones

by Jeremy Hooper

Yesterday she used her veto pen. Now it's time for us to use our dialing fingers:

WEDNESDAY, JULY 7

“TALK STORY WITH GOVERNOR LINDA LINGLE” -
7:05 – 8:00 a.m. (1pm EST, noon CST and 10am PST)
Governor Lingle will discuss state issues on her monthly radio show with host Rick Hamada. Listeners are invited to call 808-521-8383 from O‘ahu or 888-565-8383 from the Neighbor Islands with questions and comments. The show can be heard live statewide on O‘ahu (KHVH 830 AM), Maui (KAOI 1110 AM), Hilo (KPUA 670 AM), and Kaua‘i (KQNG 570 AM), as well as on the Governor’s Web site www.hawaii.gov/gov. Recordings of radio shows are archived on the Governor’s Web site.

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