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Supreme Court Rules 9-0 Against Hawaiians' Land Claims

supreme_courtLast week the nation’s highest court ruled that Native Hawaiians do not have a legal claim to state lands totaling more than 1.2 million acres. Native Hawaiians as well as the state’s Office of Hawaiian Affairs had asserted that a 1993 Congressional Apology Resolution by the federal government for the illegal overthrow of Hawaii’s monarchy in 1893 had recognized the “inherent sovereignty of the native Hawaiian people.”
Read more at:
Court Rules Against Claim to Hawaiian Lands,” L.A. Times, March 31, 2009.

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