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DHHL should enforce its rules


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 10, 2014

~~<p>The reason there are rules, especially in complicated dealings, is that fairness, basic understandings and integrity are built into a system. If rules are violated, the violator should be held accountable and sanctioned -- not be rewarded by the bending of rules by which everyone else abides.</p>
<p>Alas, warping of rules seems to be occurring over the 125-acre ranching homestead of Flora Solomon, who has a 99-year lease with the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands -- and is the mother of state Sen. Malama Solomon.</p>
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The reason there are rules, especially in complicated dealings, is that fairness, basic understandings and integrity are built into a system. If rules are violated, the violator should be held accountable and sanctioned -- not be rewarded by the bending of rules by which everyone else abides.

Alas, warping of rules seems to be occurring over the 125-acre ranching homestead of Flora Solomon, who has a 99-year lease with the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands -- and is the mother of state Sen. Malama Solomon. Login for more...



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