US Senator Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii), the longest serving member of the chamber, died of "respiratory complications" today at age 88. Staff says his last word was "Aloha."
Under Hawaii law, Governor Neil Abercrombie (D) will appoint a Democrat to replace Inouye from a list of three finalists provided by the state Democratic Party. Inouye's term is up in 2016.
U.S. Senator Dan Inouye , D-Hawaii, said he supports the pilot project.
"My small role was one of introduction between these two companies, not that many months ago, which resulted in this business announcement today," Inouye said. "It is an important step forward in the establishment of a hydrogen transportation infrastructure upon which new fleets, both military and civilian, can be tested and utilized.
I am committed to support the resourcing of this endeavor.
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