Why is Hawaii's unemployment rate so low when they have such little economic freedom?

Does anyone have a clue?

Lots of native Hawaiian’s on various forms of government welfare/subsidies.


Its actually much better to have them on welfare then going to work doing a bullshit job as it wastes more resources on traveling and maintenance doing BS jobs then if they are not done at all. Every BS job requires even more people to waste their time digging oil fixing cars maintaining buildings to support the activities of those doing the nothing work.

I was wondering why poor people move to Maine. There are no jobs.

Oh yeah, they don’t want jobs.

Do welfare time limits apply on a state to state basis? If you run of benefits in one state, can you move to another state and re-apply?


"Shapiro v. Thompson, 394 U.S. 618 (1969), was a Supreme Court decision that helped to establish a fundamental “right to travel” in U.S. law. Although the Constitution does not mention the right to travel, it is implied by the other rights given in the Constitution. (Although the right was recognized under the Equal Protection clause in this case, pre-Fourteenth Amendment, the right to travel was understood as protected by the Privileges and Immunities Clause (Article IV), as a privilege of citizenship, and therefore might have been applied to the states under the Privileges or Immunities Clause of Amendment XIV, as J. Stewart wanted.) The ruling in the case invalidated state durational residency requirements for public assistance. "

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shapiro_v._Thompson www.google.com/search?q=Shapiro+v.+Thompson

Yes, from what I’ve seen they’re independent.

I think a lot of people might move to less populated states because Section 8 vouchers are almost instantly issued, while in big metropolitan areas you can’t even get on a waiting list they’re so backlogged.

NH subsidizes winter heating costs, so does Maine apparently:


yah talk to a native sometime you howly … weees all on the dole brah

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