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Hawaii bill would protect school newspapers’ rights

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA / 2015
                                McKinley High School has avoided issues with limiting content in its student newspaper, The Pinion. Cindy Reves, who advanced the House Bill 1529 last year, has been the faculty adviser for the paper for 10 years.

    CRAIG T. KOJIMA / 2015

    McKinley High School has avoided issues with limiting content in its student newspaper, The Pinion. Cindy Reves, who advanced the House Bill 1529 last year, has been the faculty adviser for the paper for 10 years.

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                                <strong>“I just want to emphasize that career education should mirror real life.”</strong>
                                <strong>Takashi Ohno</strong>
                                <em>State representative (D, Nuuanu-Liliha-Alewa Heights) who introduced House Bill 1529</em>

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    “I just want to emphasize that career education should mirror real life.”

    Takashi Ohno

    State representative (D, Nuuanu-Liliha-Alewa Heights) who introduced House Bill 1529

Hawaii lawmakers are advancing a bill that would ensure more First Amendment protections for student journalists in Hawaii public schools. Read more

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