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News stories by HPR's Nikki Motson
A federal judge rules against same-sex marriage in Hawai`i. The court ruling says the quality of gay parenting is "debateable". Couples will appeal, joined by Governor Abercrombie.
The man who wants to legalize smoking pot as a form of religious freedom was denied bail again by a federal judge. THC Minstry leader Reverend Roger Christie remains behind bars after two years without trial, bail or visitors.
Later this week, small Farmers will have a market on O’ahu’s North Shore again. The state shut it down the Hale`iwa Farmers Market several months ago citing a traffic law. Now the market is moving to a new place, day and time, and hoping to regain the support and growth it’s enjoyed for several years. HPR looks into some of the impacts on farmers.
August 2, 2012 - Honolulu
A decision from researchers in Hawai`i could potentially change the protected status of green sea turtles around the world. Federal researchers have until mid-February to complete a global study of the species. The information will be used to determine whether or not they should remain on the endangered species list. (Audio link below.)
Getting kids up and out the door after weeks of summer vacation can be tough. Making sure they eat a nutritious breakfast before school can be even tougher. A new partnership is looking to provide more options for parents.