New Group Wields Power Over Public Land

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One of the bills quietly approved by the legislature this year and already signed into law by the governor authorizes a broad strategy of privatizing Hawaii's public lands. It's a controversial move that has not received a lot of publicity. Blogger and HPR commentator Ian Lind looks at its implications.

(The views expressed by commentators are their personal opinions and do not necessarily reflect the views of Hawaii Public Radio.)

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