David Ige on Families & Children
It's a sentiment I intimately understand.
After I graduated from the University of Hawaii, I was fortunate enough to be offered a number of jobs. But only one was located in Hawaii and that's the one I accepted. To this day, I know it was the right choice because this is my home.
For me, that one word brings everything into focus and gives purpose and direction to everything we do. And what is it we really do here at the Capitol?
It's quite simple: We are building a home for our kupuna, ourselves and our children.
We build schools, hospitals, community centers, and places to work and play. And we safeguard the things that are important to us: our families, our freedoms, our environment and our future--because this is our home.