Hawaii State News, evening edition, Tuesday, 17 April 2018

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“Honolulu Business Magazine” Hawaii State news update for 17 April 2018.

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Here are today’s top Hawaii State news stories compiled by “Hawaii Business Magazine”, published in Honolulu.  Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.

Evacuation and relief effort to continue in flooded Kauai communities
In addition to residents stuck in flooded areas of Kauai’s north shore, the state says it’s working to rescue 30 campers stranded in the Kalalau section of Napali Coast State Wilderness Park. More flood stories in Kauai news section below…Hawaii News Now.

Changes to quiet title law still on table
A bill before the State Legislature may make it harder for new landowners in Hawaii to clear title to their piece of paradise. Proponents of the bill say it would help native Hawaiians preserve ancestral lands. Hawaii Public Radio.

Donna Mercado Kim stacking cash quicker than rivals
State Sen. Donna Mercado Kim continues to lead her opponents when it comes to raising campaign cash in the race for Hawaii’s 1st Congressional District, which covers urban Oahu. Civil Beat.

Recreational aquarium collection permits voided
Conservation groups hope there will be plenty of fish in the sea following another legal victory against the Department of Land and Resources. West Hawaii Today.

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Russ Roberts

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