Hundreds pack Board of Regents meeting to address Mauna Kea

KHON: With a time-out announced by the governor, the University of Hawaii Board of Regents heard from both opponents and supporters of the controversial Thirty Meter Telescope project. Hundreds turned out Thursday for a special meeting at UH Hilo that lasted most of the day. Opponents protesting the construction of the telescope atop Mauna Kea say the site is sacred to Native Hawaiians. The turnout was massive with standing room only. The meeting began at 11:15 a.m. and wrapped up at around 3:15......

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