January 30, 2018 •
Hawaii Lieutenant Governor Announces Resignation to Become Lobbyist
Hawaii Lt. Gov. Shan Tsutsui announced he will be resigning on Wednesday to join a lobbying and public affairs firm as senior vice president.
In his announcement, Tsutsui cited the difficulty of working on Oahu with his family being on Maui, and the new job will allow him to be on the same island as his family.
Hawaii’s revolving door restrictions only apply to legislators and employees of the Legislature.
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