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Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono is just one of those who worries the Supreme Court nominee could upend hard-fought policy and funding gains.
The judge ruled Abigail Kawananakoa can make simple decisions but not complex ones such as altering her 2001 trust.
Judge is asked to appoint a guardian for Abigail Kawananakoa to ensure her trust goes to Native Hawaiians
The Hawaii senator thinks the Supreme Court nominee’s views on Native Hawaiian voting rights could threaten other federal programs for indigenous populations, including in Alaska.
Trump’s Supreme Court nominee once called the Office of Hawaiian Affairs a “naked racial spoils system.”
Pointing to the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom, Jen Ruggles says functioning as a County Council member may violate U.S. and international laws.
Her former lawyer questions whether the heiress’ current legal team is acting in her best interests in the fight over her $215 million trust.
There are more than 1,000 trademarks using the term, raising broader questions about protecting Native Hawaiian intellectual property.
Waianae Coast cultural practitioners have long battled for the public’s right to visit parts of a military reservation.