We Can’t Let Civil Disobedience Continue To Obstruct Our Legal Process

//We Can’t Let Civil Disobedience Continue To Obstruct Our Legal Process

“These questions are raised not just because of the recent confrontations over the planned Thirty Meter Telescope on Mauna Kea, the sports complex in Waimanalo and the wind farm in Kahuku.

The issue has come up many times in recent decades — during protests over the bombing of Kahoolawe, the evacuation of people in Kalama Valley and the building of H-3, to name three of the most prominent — and it will doubtless arise again.

But at some point a decision has to be made and held, whether by a court or a government panel or an agency or an official. That is what our laws, rules and regulations are for, and that is why we have a representative government.”

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