Ikaika Hussey's Blog – March 2008 Archive (3)

State Senate committees ‘hold’ settlement bill

In a surprising turnaround, three state senate committees voted tonight to ‘hold’ the OHA settlement bill, meaning that the bill is dead, at least for the time-being.

The bill, House Bill 266, superceded a senate version which the House voted last month to kill, citing a number of legal disagreements with the executive branch.

In the last several days, a number of more conservative Hawaiian constituencies joined the progressive forces which had opposed the settlement… Continue

Added by Ikaika Hussey on March 17, 2008 at 11:31pm — 5 Comments

Kapa classes at the Cultural Learning Center at Kaala


Men only kapa class. Improve your patience and perserverence skills by making your own kapa malo. All materials and tools provided but bring a favorite (if you have it) pocketknife to the first class. Saturdays 9-1 Limit 10 students

April 5, 19, May 10 Cost $100.00 Ages 16 and up


Kapa making for repatriation efforts. A free two day event where students will learn about and make kapa that will be used for the iwi reburials. This… Continue

Added by Ikaika Hussey on March 16, 2008 at 11:06pm — 2 Comments

Hearing on OHA settlement bill, Monday 2:45 at state capitol

Aloha aina kakou:

Please come to a hearing this coming Monday at 2:45 pm at the state capitol, on the new OHA settlement bill.

Added by Ikaika Hussey on March 14, 2008 at 1:00am — 1 Comment

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