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>> The Office of Hawaiian Affairs tracks revocable permits issued by the Department of Land and Natural Resources as part of its obligation to assess state policies and to advocate for its Native Hawaiian beneficiaries. A story on Page A7 Tuesday mischaracterized why OHA tracks the permits, and the word “than” was dropped in a quote from OHA policy advocate Wayne Tanaka. “Our concerns have been more than about maximizing revenue,” Tanaka said.
>> A first-degree negligent homicide hit-and-run case that city prosecutors charged after July 1 but did not invoke what is known as Kaulana’s Law was for an incident that happened in 2017. A story on Page B2 Wednesday about a Mokuleia hit-and-run case inaccurately said the law would apply to the 2017 case.