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A special committee of House lawmakers is set to continue its work Friday on a petition challenging the qualifications of Rep. Calvin Say to represent the 20th District.
A small group of voters believes the speaker emeritus actually lives in another district with his wife and kids instead of the Palolo home he maintains to be his primary residence.
The six-member committee, chaired by Rep. Karl Rhoads, began its work with a quasi-judicial hearing Feb. 13 that allowed both sides to briefly make their case.
Rep. Calvin Say listens to testimony during a hearing on a petition questioning his residency, Feb. 13. A special committee is expected to make recommendations Friday on what action the full House should take.
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The committee has spent the two weeks since then reviewing additional evidence and preparing a draft report with recommendations on what action the full House should take.
The meeting Friday is expected to include a discussion of the draft report and decision-making on it. The committee has compiled pertinent documents here.
Read Civil Beat’s past coverage of the Say residency saga here.
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