119 Sponsored Measures Passed….collect your $11,900 from Tom Berg

119 Sponsored Measures Passed….collect your $11,900 from Tom Berg

Tom Berg just offered $100 for proof of bills authored by Kymberly Pine.

So as promised in Thursday, September 27 Pine vs. Berg Debate on PBS, here is that proof:

PROOF

Feel free to use this to collect on the $100 he promised. 

There are 119 so you do the math!  

Email him at tberg@honolulu.gov to collect your prize!

If you do, be sure to copy us at pineforcouncil@gmail.com or post on Facebook we are keeping a running …

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Zachary Manago’s Ride in Paradise

Zachary Manago’s Ride in Paradise

As a triathlete, Kymberly supports bicycle safety and visited with the riders of Zachary Manago’s Ride in Paradise yesterday in Kapolei to show support.  The event was organized by the Hawaii Bicycling League’s safety education and awareness program. Zachary was killed when a hit and run driver ran into him while he was riding his bike. The group plans to ride around the island of Oahu in two days to promote safety awareness.

To help call:
Chad Taniguchi
Executive Director Hawaii Bicycling League
3442 Waialae Ave Suite 1
Honolulu, HI …

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Kymberly Pine Answers Honolulu Council Survey

Kymberly Pine Answers Honolulu Council Survey

In June 2012, Civil Beat sent 10 questions to each of the candidates registered to run for Honolulu City Council District 1. All five responded, including Hawaii Rep. Kymberly Pine. The questions and answers are reproduced below in full, and will serve as a resource both to voters deciding whom to vote for at the Aug. 11 primary but also to constituents so they can hold Pine to her words should she be elected. To see how Pine’s responses compare to those from her competitors, …

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Koho Pono Candidate Forum Series – June 26

Koho Pono Candidate Forum Series – June 26

Voice of Kapolei

Voice of Kapolei

From May edition of Voice of Kapolei

As we near the end of the legislative session for 2012, here are some of the bills I wanted you to know about.

HB 2514 would allow criminals to be back on the street within several days after their arrests, and it would release known felons into society 12- 18 months sooner than their original sentencing dictates. The logic behind this bill is that it would help us reduce prison overcrowding, but I know releasing convicts back onto the streets …

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Hawaii CYBER CRIME PACKAGE passes State Legislature

Hawaii CYBER CRIME PACKAGE passes State Legislature

REP. KYMBERLY MARCOS PINE 
NEWS RELEASE

CYBER CRIME PACKAGE PASSES STATE LEGISLATURE

State Capitol – Honolulu, Hawai’i


Honolulu – The State Legislature has passed three groundbreaking bills to curb the growing cyber crime trend in Hawaii. The bills were the result of the cyber crime informational briefing co-chaired by Representative Kymberly Marcos Pine.

Under these bills law enforcement and prosecutors will have increased ability to charge cyber criminals with new or increased penalties.

“The cyber crime package gives new hope to victims that their …

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Public Safety and Cyber Crime

Public Safety and Cyber Crime

Kymberly has been a victim advocate for 15 years. She regularly appears on television, radio and in print news giving advice and assistance to crime victims. Her recent experience as a victim of cyber stalking and harassment motivated her to develop internet security partnerships with the military, law enforcement, and the University of Hawaii to develop a cyber crime graduate degree to grow local talent in Hawaii. She has formed nationwide partnerships with victim advocates in law enforcement and the legal community. As city councilwoman, …

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Pine’s inbox – Reapportionment & General Excise Tax (video)

To see more from Kym Pine’s Video inbox series, go to KymPine TV.

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Kymberly Pine is running against Tom Berg for City Council

Kymberly Pine is running against Tom Berg for City Council.

Tom Berg, the City Councilman who was caught on film by a Honolulu Police Officer erratically yelling at U.S. Secret Service Agents during the APEC conference. Agents claimed that they smelled alcohol on his breath. This was just a week after a members of the Waipahu Neighborhood Board released video of Berg yelling at them. The Waipahu Chair filed a grievance with the City Council against Berg. Councilman Breene Harimoto also asked the Council to strip …

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