Native Hawaiians intervene in lawsuit
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FRIDAY, JULY 12, 2002

A federal magistrate this week allowed a group of Native Hawaiians to intervene in a lawsuit challenging a Native Hawaiian land program.

The state administers, in trust, several Native Hawaiian programs. Non-Natives have challenged elections, land ownership and other benefits.

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