The landscape of the Thirty Meter Telescope debate shifted a bit last week as first Gov. David Ige and then University of Hawaii President David Lassner announced promised changes to the management of Mauna Kea. Telescope opponents remain unhappy with the developments and are vowing to do everything they can to stop the project.

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