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Daniel Akaka

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I do not believe, given her past decisions and comments on the reasons to go to war in Iraq, that Dr. Rice will be able to represent the United States without a predetermined bias from the war.

— Daniel Akaka

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A more effective international disease surveillance system is essential for global security both against a bioterrorist attack or a naturally occurring disease.

— Daniel Akaka

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A tremendous amount of needless pain and suffering can be eliminated by ensuring that health insurance is universally available.

— Daniel Akaka

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As it has for America's other indigenous peoples, I believe the United States must fulfill its responsibility to Native Hawaiians.

— Daniel Akaka

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I have witnessed how education opens doors, and I know that when sound instruction takes place, students experience the joys of new-found knowledge and the ability to excel.

— Daniel Akaka

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Unlike most major American cities, Honolulu is geographically insulated from the rest of the country. When disaster strikes we cannot call on neighboring states for assistance.

— Daniel Akaka

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Despite almost three decades' difference in Senate tenure the two Daniels were born just four days apart. In 2005 Akaka acknowledged in an interview with NPR that the Akaka Bill could eventually result in outright independence:

The Akaka Bill has been supported as a means of restoring Hawaiian self-determination lost with the 1893 overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii and would include giving up the ability to sue for sovereignty in federal courts in exchange for recognition by the federal government (but would not block sovereignty claims made under international law. During World War II he served in the U.

S. After fellow senator Daniel Inouye died on December 17 2012 Akaka became the state's senior senator and remained so briefly until he left office on January 3 2013. Senate to succeed the deceased Spark Matsunaga.

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