UH apologizes for delayed media access to Mauna Kea

KITV: What happened on the mountain top Thursday took some state officials by surprise, but according to the state's top lawyer, the decision about access sits squarely at the University of Hawaii. "The University of Hawaii has had the authority under the Mauna Kea management plan to temporarily close the road leading up to mountain for hazardous conditions or safety concerns," said Douglas Chin. Managing Mauna Kea is a sensitive issue for UH. Protestors point to that as impetus for the blockade. But......

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