In 2010, he protested an invocation prayer in the Hawaii State Legislature and won a lawsuit after being roughed up and arrested by police for “disorderly conduct.” Last year, after a public school partnered up with a local …
Mitch Kahle and Holley Huber, members of the "Hawaii Citizens for the separation of church and state," claim that churches are stealing from the public schools in the property the churches use for their programs. Kahle tells "Patheos.com" that churches "have shorted the Department of Education $5.6 million…in upaid rent and charges." Kahle also "alleges false application forms to get charged less."
Check the blog sidebars for more local news feeds. These reports are udpdated throughout the day. Aloha, Russ.
See on www.patheos.com