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May 14, 2001 � Alexander & Baldwin/East Maui Irrigation requests that the Board of Land & Natural Resources issue revocable permits or long-term 30 year licenses for �right, privilege and authority to enter and go upon the above-described areas for the purpose of developing, diverting, transporting and using government-owned waters.�   �        May 21, 2001 - BLNR considers A&B/EMI�s request at its meeting.   �        Na Moku, et al. objects to A&B/EMI�s application and requests a contested case hearing arguing ...
report for 2000, there are 401,162 people who identified themselves as being "native Hawaiian" alone or in any combination. 2 140,652 people identified themselves as being "native Hawaiian" alone. The overwhelming majority of native Hawaiians are residents of the United States in the State of Hawaii , and in California , Nevada and Washington . Two-thirds live in the State of Hawaii while the other one-third is split among mainland states. Almost half of the mainland share of the population is in California. The history of native Hawaiians, and of Hawaii in general, is classified into four major periods: ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Just WHO exactly is Adrienne King ?
1st Kona Tea Party org. & Patrick Henry are pleased to support and endorse Adrienne King for the Office of  Lt. Governor – State of Hawaii . Here , in her own words , is a detailed Bio-sketch of exactly whom Adrienne is and what makes her the absolutely BEST QUALIFIED candidate for LG : Adrienne King was born and raised in Detroit Michigan.  She graduated from the University of Detroit in 1969 with a major in Biology and a minor in Chemistry, and from its law school with a Juris Doctor in 1972.  That same year, she was invited to come to Hawaii to intern for an environmental organization called Life of the Land.  While ... market research, surveys and trends
got windmills?: NOT DEAD YET
NOT DEAD YET: We’ve been getting a bunch of emails lately from Larsen's (Lepeuli) Beach activist Richard Spacer with his hair on fire asking us to say something again about the battle against land-owner Waioli Corporation and rancher Bruce Laymon to preserve the easier- and traditional- access to the beach which has appeared all but lost lately with the issuing of Lymon’s Conservation District Use Permit (CDUP). We told him that what we had discovered is that there was a split among many in the environmental community- including some who may be way too close to Waioli Corp to have full objectivity on the matter- ... market research, surveys and trends

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Hawaii's Energy Future - Biofuels
Biofuel is broadly defined as solid, liquid, or gas fuel made from recently living biological matter. It is distinguished from fossil fuel derived from long-dead biological matter that has been converted to a fuel-like oil or coal by underground pressure for millions of years. Many plant materials and some animal products can be used to manufacture biofuel. Biofuels are used globally, most commonly to power vehicles and cooking stoves. Biofuel can be processed into biodiesel or ethanol for transportation and to generate electricity. Some biofuels can be used be used in a crude form, alone or blended with other fuels. In 2010, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Legal Services Corporation: West's Encyclopedia of American Law ...
Legal Services Corporation (LSC) works to deliver Francis Bellamy's pledge, "with liberty and justice for all." A private, not-for-profit entity established by Congress and President Richard Nixon in 1974, LSC helps poor Americans gain equal access to the judicial system. It doesn't provide legal services directly, but instead grants funds to independent local programs thoughout the country. It makes grants to about 140 programs and is the nation's single-largest funder of civil legal aid for the poor. LSC-funded programs handle about 1 million cases each year. About 51 million US citizens (some 13 ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Land bill will ensure Native culture prospers
Friday was Kamehameha Day in Hawai'i, a holiday celebrating the unification of the Hawaiian Islands in the face of an ever-increasing intrusion of the outside world centuries ago. Land bill will ensure Native culture prospers 061410 OPINION 2 Juneau Empire Friday was Kamehameha Day in Hawai'i, a holiday celebrating the unification of the Hawaiian Islands in the face of an ever-increasing intrusion of the outside world centuries ago. Monday, June 14, 2010 Story last updated at 6/14/2010 - 10:55 am Friday was Kamehameha Day in Hawai'i, a holiday celebrating the unification of the Hawaiian Islands in the face of an ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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Supreme Court of the United States
The Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation (“NHLC”) is a non-profit, public interest law firm incorporated in 1974 to assert, protect, and defend Hawaiian land, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Preface
In 1979, the Hawaii Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights received complaints from concerned citizens and trust beneficiaries regarding administration, management, and enforcement of the homelands trust established under the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act (HHCA). [1] The Hawaii Advisory Committee convened a public forum and subsequently released a report in 1980 titled Breach of Trust? Native Hawaiian Homelands . In 1988, the Hawaii Advisory Committee convened a fact-finding meeting to solicit information on intervening developments with respect to the implementation, management, and enforcement of the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Meetings, Workshops & Symposia | William S. Richardson School of Law
Maoli Thursday is a popular lunchtime forum and speaker series held every first Thursday of months that law school is in session.  Watch the latest Maoli Thursday online and read more about the issues on their blogspot . April 1, 2010 - The Guam Military Buildup: Examining Potential Impacts on Culture, Environment, the Economy and the Larger Community. Featuring Benjamin “B.J.” Cruz, the Vice Speaker of Guam’s Legislature and the former Chief Justice of the Guam Supreme Court, and Wendy Wiltse, Ph.D., of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 9 Honolulu. Flier March 4, 2010 - Rethinking Child ...
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WikiAnswers - What is the Hawaiian word for Native Hawaiian
simply refers to someone whom has live in Hawaii for a long time and made it their home. Kanaka Maoli however refers to the people indigenous to the Hawaiian islands and their descendants more readily identifiable as Native Hawaiians. This moniker has gained some recognition through Hawaiian Sovereignty movements but is little used outside the islands. First answer by Johndporter . Last edit by TypicallyLost . Contributor trust : 0 [ recommend contributor ]. Question popularity : 1 [ recommend question ]. Can you answer these English to Hawaiian questions? Related answers: Is it a Hawaiian
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Sailguy, A bold idea, in a very beautiful part of New York. I wish you tons of luck. Fortunately, in addition to Lady Luck, there are other sources of assistance. The State of New York makes considerable information/consulting resources to small business entrepeneurs. You should definitely check into the following: At this site, is a "start up quiz" to help you assess your readiness to launch a new small business: http://205.232.252.17/quiz/get_ready.asp ---------- Here, you can request a package of start-up information, that includes both advice on how to get going, as well as some of the details you'll ...