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Guest Post: Common Cause, transparency are vital to good government

This OpEd by John Webster, university professor and retired government relations executive for IBM and KPMG, was first published in the Honolulu Star Advertiser on July 16, 2020. Republished here with permission. Fifty years ago in 1970, Punahou School graduate

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David Cohen: “I believe in grace.”

What better time to believe in grace than in the Easter season? Or, for David Cohen, in the season of Passover. The former president of Common Cause and “the preeminent voice of public advocacy” was still in Passover observance mode

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Posted in Business and Justice, Equality and Faith, I BLOG, Uncategorized

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