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GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM Plaintiff Paulette Kaleikini said Friday she was pleased with the Hawaii Supreme Court's ruling that the State Historic Preservation Division violated its own rules by approving the rail project without a complete archaeological survey. "I doubt (the rail plan is) gonna make it," she said.
FL MORRIS / FMORRIS@STARADVERTISER.COM Former Hawaii Gov. Ben Cayetano, right, who is running for Honolulu mayor on an anti-rail stance, said the ruling "vindicates what we have been saying all along" about issues with the rail project. He was accompanied by state Sen. Clayton Hee on the lawn outside the Hawaii Supreme Court building.