The latest challenge to Calvin Say’s residency status is over.

On Friday, the Hawaii House of Representatives voted unanimously to adopt an investigative report that found no “compelling evidence” that Say did not meet “the requisite qualifications” to represent District 20.

Six residents of the district, which represents St. Louis Heights, Palolo, Maunalani Heights, Wilhelmina Rise and Kaimuki, argued that the speaker emeritus actually resides elsewhere.

Calvin Say sits as Attorney Bert Kobayashi answers questions from special committee.  13 feb 2015. photograph Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Calvin Say, left, sits as attorney Bert Kobayashi answers questions at a special House committee hearing on Say’s residency Feb. 13.

Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Late last month, a special House committee unanimously found Say was qualified to continue representing District 20 “as he has for the past three-plus decades.”

Information and public documents relating to the matter are available on the committee’s website.

To read more about Rep. Say’s travails, just type his name into the search box on Civil Beat’s home page.

Then, pull up a comfy chair and read, read, read.

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