Federal panel hears resounding “no” at Honolulu hearing

Louis “Buzzy” Agard, pictured here, led a 1970s effort to stop a global settlement of Hawaiian land and sovereignty claims. He addressed a federal panel Monday at the Capitol Auditorium on the question of whether the US Department of Interior should initiate a process for recognition of native Hawaiians as an indigenous American group. Five speakers spoke in favor of the proposal.

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