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Oahu rail in the balance


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 02, 2012

~~<p><em>The Hawaii Supreme Court has ordered the city to complete a 20-mile archaeological survey and mitigation plan before building rail, effectively stopping it in its tracks. Today, rail CEO Dan Grabauskas is adapting a revised game plan for the project. Meanwhile, attorneys for the successful lawsuit, Ashley Obrey and Moses Haia III, discuss the ruling&rsquo;s ramifications. Their insights are below.</em></p>
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<h3>Ruling halts building now, but rail is staying on track</h3>
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The Hawaii Supreme Court has ordered the city to complete a 20-mile archaeological survey and mitigation plan before building rail, effectively stopping it in its tracks. Today, rail CEO Dan Grabauskas is adapting a revised game plan for the project. Meanwhile, attorneys for the successful lawsuit, Ashley Obrey and Moses Haia III, discuss the ruling’s ramifications. Their insights are below.

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