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Native Hawaiians are split over how to spend $600M given to the state’s long-troubled homesteading program

  • CABLE HOOVER / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Builders worked on the roof trusses of a home in Kapolei on Thursday, one of several being built on vacant lots in the Kauluokahai homesteading subdivision.

    CABLE HOOVER / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Builders worked on the roof trusses of a home in Kapolei on Thursday, one of several being built on vacant lots in the Kauluokahai homesteading subdivision.

  • CABLE HOOVER / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Construction crew members worked on the framing of a home Thursday in Kapolei. The home is being built on a vacant lot in the Kauluokahai homesteading subdivision.

    CABLE HOOVER / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Construction crew members worked on the framing of a home Thursday in Kapolei. The home is being built on a vacant lot in the Kauluokahai homesteading subdivision.

State lawmakers passed legislation to bolster a long-troubled homesteading program for Native Hawaiians. Distrustful of the state, Native leaders are now crafting their own visions for the money. Read more

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