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Hawaiian Issues political reviews • polynesi a 143 ian rancher, sued the State of Hawai‘i References to challenge its Hawaiians-only policy L’Express. Weekly. Paris. < http://www for oha elections. The case, Rice v .lexpress.fr > Cayetano (Benjamin Cayetano was Haleakalä Times. Bi-weekly. Maui, then governor of Hawai‘i), argued Hawai‘i. that the election policy was racist and unconstitutional, citing the Fourteenth Haupert, Yves. 2005. Taui: L’espoir trahi. Papeete: Société Polynésienne d’Edition. and Fifteenth Amendments. Rice appealed his case up the judicial hier- L’Hebdo. Weekly. Tahiti. archy and finally won a hearing at the < http://www.hebdo.pf > US Supreme Court in early 2000. The Libération. Daily. Paris. < http://www justices sided with Rice, annulled .liberation.fr > the state’s policy, and allowed non- Le Nouvel Observateur. Weekly. Paris. Hawaiians to vote for oha trustees. < http://www.nouvelobs.com > In its original conception, the Akaka Bill was seen as a way of NT, Les Nouvelles de Tahiti. Daily. Tahiti. neutralizing the detrimental ruling Regnault, Jean-Marc. 2004. Taui: Oscar in Rice v Cayetano by recognizing Temaru /Gaston Flosse, Le pouvoir Native Hawaiians as indigenous peo- confisqué. Moorea (French Polynesia): ple of the United States, thus placing Les Editions de Tahiti. them in the same category as Native http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

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political reviews • polynesi a 143 ian rancher, sued the State of Hawai‘i References to challenge its Hawaiians-only policy L’Express. Weekly. Paris. < http://www for oha elections. The case, Rice v .lexpress.fr > Cayetano (Benjamin Cayetano was Haleakalä Times. Bi-weekly. Maui, then governor of Hawai‘i), argued Hawai‘i. that the election policy was racist and unconstitutional, citing the Fourteenth Haupert, Yves. 2005. Taui: L’espoir trahi. Papeete: Société Polynésienne d’Edition. and Fifteenth Amendments. Rice appealed his case up the judicial hier- L’Hebdo. Weekly. Tahiti. archy and finally won a hearing at the < http://www.hebdo.pf > US Supreme Court in early 2000. The Libération. Daily. Paris. < http://www justices sided with Rice, annulled .liberation.fr > the state’s policy, and allowed non- Le Nouvel Observateur. Weekly. Paris. Hawaiians to vote for oha trustees. < http://www.nouvelobs.com > In its original conception, the Akaka Bill was seen as a way of NT, Les Nouvelles de Tahiti. Daily. Tahiti. neutralizing the detrimental ruling Regnault, Jean-Marc. 2004. Taui: Oscar in Rice v Cayetano by recognizing Temaru /Gaston Flosse, Le pouvoir Native Hawaiians as indigenous peo- confisqué. Moorea (French Polynesia): ple of the United States, thus placing Les Editions de Tahiti. them in the same category as Native

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Published: Dec 6, 2005

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