Gov Signs New Mauna Kea Rules, Talk Of National Guard

Big Island Video News: Governor David Ige signed new rules for Mauna Kea on Tuesday. The rules were approved by the Board of Land and Natural Resources after a long public hearing on Friday, July 10th. The rules were supported by the University of Hawaii, state law enforcement and astronomers. However, a greater number of testifiers opposed the rules. Many are opponents of the Thirty Meter Telescope who stand in support of efforts to block the construction of the $1.4 billion observatory on the summit of the mountain.......

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