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Maunakea Management Bill

A state House committee will vote on Wednesday whether a new governing body for Maunakea will move forward in the state Legislature.

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Vote on Maunakea bill nears
Vote on Maunakea bill nears

A joint House committee will decide on Wednesday whether a bill that would create a new governing body for Maunakea will advance in the state Legislature.


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