Peter Apo

Trustee

Trustee of the office of Hawaiian affairs, which manages land statewide and advocates for Native Hawaiians.

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A campaign to stop the expansion of a massive marine monument around the Hawaiian islands has failed. President Obama quadrupled the size of it today.

President Obama expands the Hawaiian Marine Monument

A campaign to stop the expansion of a massive marine monument around the Hawaiian islands has failed. President Obama quadrupled the size of it today.

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