Federal Suit Alleges Religious Limits on Mauna Kea

Big Island Now: A lawsuit has been filed in Federal District Court alleging that the Office of Mauna Kea Management and other state agencies are restricting cultural and religious practices on the mountain. Attorney Lanny Sinkin says that he is representing Frank Kamealoha Anuumealani Nobriga, the Kahuna of the Temple of Lono. He’s suing Governor David Ige, Department of Land and Natural Resources Chair Suzanne Case, and University of Hawai’i at Hilo chancellor Donald Straney. In the suit, filed July 7, Nobriga......

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