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Positions and Views of Daniel Inouye
on African, Latino & Native Americans
Previous Candidate for U.S. Senator, Hawaii
Age: 90
Party: Democratic Party of Hawaii
Phone: 808.541.2542
Address: 300 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 7-212
Honolulu, HI 96850
 
Daniel Inouye's positions and views on the issues:
Links are only provided where we have information. The first link is a report of all issues and questions made available to the candidates.
African, Latino & Native Americans Positions and Views
Native Americans, a General Statement Multiple legislative achievements for the Native Hawaiians, including: Kahoolawe Restoration Kuhio Park Terrace Community Resource Center Native Hawaiian Culture and Arts Program Native Hawaiian Education Act Native Hawaiian Health Care Improvement Act Native Hawaiian Housing Loan Guarantee Fund Native Hawaiian Institutions Assisting Communities Program Native Hawaiian Revolving Loan Fund Native Hawaiian Vocational Education Pacific Community Development Program and Fishery Demonstration Projects Repatriation of Remains at Kaneohe Bay Samoan/Asian Pacific Islander Job Training Sustainable Agriculture in the American Pacific The Pacific Islands Center for Educational Development Title III of the Higher Education Act, Strengthening Native Hawaiian Serving Institutions Providing quality healthcare services to Native Hawaiians has always been critical. Cancer, diabetes, and heart disease continue to plague the Native Hawaiians at a greater rate than all other ethnic groups. Early health prevention and promotion greatly improve the chances of providing proper treatment to increase their longevity. Over the years I have secured over $115 million for Native Hawaiian healthcare. These funds have been used to provide preventative care, traditional healing practices, and general health services.
Source: inouye.senate.gov/Working4Hawaii (01/11/2011)
Native Americans in American Society Providing quality healthcare services to Native Hawaiians has always been critical. Cancer, diabetes, and heart disease continue to plague the Native Hawaiians at a greater rate than all other ethnic groups. Early health prevention and promotion greatly improve the chances of providing proper treatment to increase their longevity. Over the years I have secured over $115 million for Native Hawaiian healthcare. These funds have been used to provide preventative care, traditional healing practices, and general health services. The Native Hawaiian Housing Block Grant program and Native Hawaiian Loan Guarantee Fund program were established to provide support to the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands for home construction and renovations, as well as to provide assistance to more families on the path to homeownership. Over the past 10 years, $82.3 million has been appropriated for these programs combined. With these funds, new communities have been established, more families have gotten homes, and the Department continues its mission to provide homes to more on the waiting list.
Source: inouye.senate.gov/Working4Hawaii (01/11/2011)
Native American Rights Providing quality healthcare services to Native Hawaiians has always been critical. Cancer, diabetes, and heart disease continue to plague the Native Hawaiians at a greater rate than all other ethnic groups. Early health prevention and promotion greatly improve the chances of providing proper treatment to increase their longevity. Over the years I have secured over $115 million for Native Hawaiian healthcare. These funds have been used to provide preventative care, traditional healing practices, and general health services.
Source: inouye.senate.gov/Working4Hawaii (01/11/2011)
These are available issue topics for which there were no responses.
Latino Americans, a General Statement
African Americans, a General Statement
Racism
Racial Profiling
National Campaign for Tolerance
African American Reparations
Casinos on Native American Reservations
US Treaties with Native Americans
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