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Environmental movement rises to power in Hawaii

By Richard Borreca

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 29, 2013

~~<p>Mostly unnoticed this week at the state Capitol is another fight that clearly shows the changing political forces in Hawaii.</p>
<p>While the historic vote on gay marriage takes center stage, Hawaii's environmental movement, out of the spotlight, is showing its political power with the possible rejection of Genevieve Salmonson as director of the Office of Environmental Quality Control.</p>
~~

Mostly unnoticed this week at the state Capitol is another fight that clearly shows the changing political forces in Hawaii.

While the historic vote on gay marriage takes center stage, Hawaii's environmental movement, out of the spotlight, is showing its political power with the possible rejection of Genevieve Salmonson as director of the Office of Environmental Quality Control. Login for more...



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