In this photo provided by Hawaii Tourism, tourists enjoy an afternoon tour of the Hawaiian Islands as part of a honeymoon tour in Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S., on July 20, 2020.
Hawaii has been celebrating the honeymoon of a new third stimulus package that would boost the state’s economy.
Hawaii is the first state to host its first ever honeymoon.
Photo: David Zalubowski/AP fileFor the first time since it was created in 2001, the Hawaii state budget has been reduced, with $15 million in cuts.
The cuts were to be paid for through a $100 million fund meant to compensate the state for the cost of protecting the islands from natural disasters.
But lawmakers quickly passed a new budget, saying they would not cut Hawaii’s budget, and the money has been earmarked for the first stimulus package.
Here are five things you need to know about the state budget:1.
Hawaii’s state budget is about $8 billion less than it was before the hurricanes hit.
That’s because of the $150 million cut to the state unemployment insurance program.
The program provides unemployment insurance for the state workers who lost their jobs.2.
Hawaii spends $16 million per year on salaries, but that’s about $1.5 million less than before the storms.
That means Hawaii’s per-capita income is now about $6,000 less than when the hurricane hit.3.
Hawaii now has the lowest unemployment rate in the U.P. It’s 3.4%, down from 4.5% in late January.4.
The state now spends more per capita than most other U.K. states, according to the latest data from the Office for National Statistics.5.
Hawaii spent $9 billion on tourism in 2019.
That includes about $5 billion for the tourism industry, $1 billion on accommodation and other related expenses, and another $2 billion for other activities.
The latest budget is an increase of $5.3 billion, and that’s on top of the increase in the state spending.
It is about the same amount as Hawaii’s general fund, which has increased from $8.3 to $9.1 billion since then.
Hawaii was hit hard by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, which caused millions of dollars in damage.
The islands were hit by about $4.4 billion in damages, according the Hawaii Department of Commerce and Economic Development.
It also saw an increase in tourism.
Hawaiians, in general, are used to spending less money than other states.
In 2018, the average state per capita income was about $32,000, according a survey by the Kauai School of Management.
That was about 3.9% lower than the national average of $37,700.