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Archive: OHA, Politics/Advocacy


OHA, Politics/ Advocacy, Ka Wai Ola O OHA - 1996
• Vote counted, hearing scheduled on constitutionality, September, 1996
• Heely rules in favor of native Hawaiians, August, 1996
• Balloting begins for Native Hawaiian vote, July, 1996
• The Vote: three years of hard work bear fruit, July, 1996
• What next: the follow up to a yes vote, July, 1996
• Governor threatens to withhold airport revenues, June, 1996
• Legislators revive governor’s bill, target OHA trust, May, 1996
• Hawaiian rally to save OHA trust, May 1996
• OHA’s trust share targeted at Legislature, March, 1996
• Community hears, responds to Halawa valley proposals, March, 1996
• Lobby team offers new budget proposals to legislators, February, 1996
• Hawaiians kukakuka on future of ceded lands trust, January, 1996
• Survey shows majority of Hawaiian support sovereignty, January, 1996

1995
• Clinton signs Hawaiian Home Lands Recovery Act, December, 1995
• Hawaii Supreme Court confirms Hawaiian access rights, November, 1995
• Water dispute grows in Honokohau, November, 1995
• Legislation to compensate DHHL for misuse of home lands, November, 1995
• OMB continues to review racial classifications, November, 1995
• OHA portfolio soars, October, 1995
• OHA reject Attorney General opinion, September, 1995
• Temporary Waiahole water settlement reached, August, 1995
• Cayetano rejects Maunalaha bill, August, 1995
• HSEC forced to postpone plebiscite, July, 1995
• Waiahole water interim order expires, July, 1995
• OHA defends traditional Windward water rights, May, 1995
• Hawaiian groups come together, fight House Bill 2071, April, 1995
• ’95 session hits high gear, March, 1995
• GOP victories could hit Hawaiians hard, January, 1995

1994
• OHA tries to block sale of ceded lands, December, 1994
• Bank of America responds to discrimination report, September, 1994
• Native Hawaiians: immigrants or indigenous, August 1994
• Bank of America asked to examine, adjust lending policies, August 1994
• Akaka introduces bill to speed up homelands compensation, July, 1994
• After Makapu’u: Ohana Council makes plans for the future, July, 1994
• Makapu’u occupation ends, July, 1994
• Legislature OKs OHA bonds, June, 1994
• It’s a wrap: Legislature finishes on mixed note for Hawaiians, June, 1994
• Olomana land-swap bill still alive, April, 1994
• Legislators updated on federal issues, April, 1994
• OHA outlines recommendations for water code, March, 1994
• Money and land top agenda at first legislative hearings, March, 1994
• Ceded Lands: Where did they come from … where are they going? March, 1994
• The pursuit of Hawaiian property, March 1994
• Illinois lawyer urges Hawaiians to proclaim independence, February, 1994
• Native Hawaiians speak out at 1993 Tourism Congress, February, 1994
• After 100 years, U.S. apologizes to Hawaiians, January, 1994
• Oahu homesteaders get tax break, January, 1994
• Sol Kaho’ohalaha: Commission chairman brings Lana’i into sovereignty picture, January, 1994
• Feds moving slowly on trust responsibility for native Hawaiians, January, 1994
• New laws return kuleana lands to Hawaiians, January, 1994

1993
• Rubellite Johnson: UH professor speaks out for individual sovereignty, property rights, September, 1993
• U.S. Congress says it’s sorry: House and Senate apologize on behalf of American people for Overthrow, December, 1993
• Office of Hawaiian Health stripped to bare bones, August, 1993
• Water reserved for Hawaiians, finally, July, 1993
• Tim Wapato: Native rights advocate urges participation, unity, on water issues, May, 1993
• People’s Water Conference addresses Hawaiian rights: Satisfactory resolution of water issues critical for future of Hawaiian nature, April, 1993
• OHA hears community input on ‘Upolu Point
• Native rights advocate urges participation, unity, on water issues
• Hawaiians rally to save OHA trust

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