HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Gov. Neil Abercrombie was sworn into office on Monday and he got right to work. Right after the inauguration he released $67 million from the state's hurricane relief fund to cover the cost of ending teacher furloughs. He also released about $24 million for social service programs. Are you impressed by the new governor's quick action or is he being too hasty? Democratic state senator Brickwood Galuteria and Dylan Nonaka, the executive director of the Hawaii Republican Party, sound off.