OHA objects 7 arrested Mauna Kea violating new DLNR rule

KHON: Seven protesters were taken into custody for violating state law overnight atop Mauna Kea. The Department of Land and Natural Resources said they were violating the new rules that have been put in place making it illegal to camp overnight atop the mountain. Back on July 14, Governor David Ige signed the newly proposed rules into law. From that date through the next 120 days, the Mauna Kea road will be restricted to anyone not traveling in a vehicle, between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m. Camping gear is also......

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