A local organization – Indivisible Kihei – inspired by the nationwide Indivisible movement was created last year. One of the top priorities of this new organization is to push for Hawaii to do what can be done to provide health care to all of its residents rather than waiting for the federal government to get that job done.

Indivisible Kihei will be organizing a public meeting on Thursday, March 1 to present and discuss the options for universal healthcare in Hawaii. The time and location are the same as for KCA’s meetings: the Kihei Charter School meeting room on Lipoa Street, with the doors opening at 6PM and the meeting starting at 6:30. The keynote speaker is Dr. Steve Kemble, with several Hawaii politicians active on healthcare issues participating in a panel discussion.

Is universal healthcare a concern for South Maui residents?