Controversial Bill Calls For Phased Archaeological Inventory Survey

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Any time a land developer in Hawaii digs below the surface, it’s necessary to complete a full archaeological inventory survey. The law insures protection and preservation of cultural and historical sites. But a bill making its way through the legislature could change the way future construction projects move forward. HPR’s Molly Solomon reports.

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