Protesters Suing For Access To Mauna Kea

Empire State Tribune: Hawaiian people are outraged as their governor cuts off their access for prayers near the summit of Mauna Kea during construction of a 30-meter telescope. A temple’s kahuna (Hawaiian for wise man) has stated that it violates traditional Hawaiian’s religion and has taken the matter to court. The world’s largest telescope is to be built on what the natives proclaim is their sacred land. The access has been restricted for the road leading towards summit during the construction period. The $1.4 billion......

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