Planned lawsuit could make Hawaii first state to challenge Trump’s revised travel ban
By Timothy Hurley email@example.com
March 8, 2017
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City and state officials joined leaders of Oahu faith communities and community organizations to call for acceptance of all religions and condemn hate crimes and discrimination in all forms at a news conference Tuesday at the Muslim Association of Hawaii mosque in Manoa. Among those attending were, in front row, Said Bakrim, left, Acting Police Chief Cory Okimoto, Rabbi Ken Aronowitz, Mayor Kirk Caldwell, Imam Ismail Elshikh, Muslim Association of Hawaii Chairman Hakim Ouansafi and state Attorney General Doug Chin.