TMT Case Taken up by Hawai’i Supreme Court

Hawaii Public Radio: The Hawai‘i Supreme Court has agreed to hear the ongoing court case involving the Thirty Meter Telescope proposed for Mauna Kea. Richard Wurdeman, attorney for the Mauna Kea Hui, says this move indicates the court views the issues involved as important for the state. The petitioners, who had requested the transfer, contend that the BLNR permit to proceed with TMT development violated due process. They claim the project fails to meet the criteria required for conservation land use and allowable......

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