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$120 million clinic will treat Leeward vets

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                                Above, Dr. Adam Robinson, left, director of VA Pacific Islands Health Care System, presented a challenge coin to Nicholas Akaka, son of the late Sen. Daniel Akaka, during a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the $120 million ALOHA VA multispecialty clinic in Kalaeloa. The clinic was a pet project of the senator.

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    Above, Dr. Adam Robinson, left, director of VA Pacific Islands Health Care System, presented a challenge coin to Nicholas Akaka, son of the late Sen. Daniel Akaka, during a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the $120 million ALOHA VA multispecialty clinic in Kalaeloa. The clinic was a pet project of the senator.

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                                Don Lazarus, commander of AMVETs Hawaii and an Army veteran, left, spoke Tuesday with Danny Akaka Jr., son of the late Sen. Daniel Akaka, and Akaka Jr.’s wife, Anna.

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    Don Lazarus, commander of AMVETs Hawaii and an Army veteran, left, spoke Tuesday with Danny Akaka Jr., son of the late Sen. Daniel Akaka, and Akaka Jr.’s wife, Anna.

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                                Above, officials broke ground at the blessing ceremony.

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    Above, officials broke ground at the blessing ceremony.

The Department of Veterans Affairs Pacific Islands Healthcare System officially broke ground Tuesday on its long-planned community clinic for the Leeward side. Read more

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