Hawaiian Authorities Vote To Limit Access To Mauna Kea

Tech Times: Hawaiian authorities have voted to impose an emergency rule that would restrict access to Mauna Kea following protests blocking the construction of a giant telescope. The Board of Land and Natural Resource voted 5-2 on Friday on the 120-day rule that would restrict people from being within one mile of Mauna Kea's access road from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. except in cases when a person is in a moving vehicle. It also prohibits the use of camping gear within a mile of the Holy Mountain. Protesters, however,......

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