|Tracking Star-Advertiser reporter Dan Nakaso's gratuitous use of the "B-word" in his articles||Article Date||Headline||Was B-word used?|
|8/28/2015||Sweep notices coming Monday||Yes|
|8/30/2015||Timing is crucial for clearing camps, sheltering homeless||Yes|
Friday, August 24, 2012
Civil Beat scoop: Hawaii Supreme Court rules that rail construction shouldn’t have started
by Larry Geller
According to Google News timekeeping, Civil Beat posted its story Rail Construction Shouldn’t Have Started, Hawaii Supreme Court Rules (Civil Beat, 8/24/2012) a few minutes before 9 a.m. this morning. So far I have not found the story on other news websites.
CB did not elaborate on what the ruling might mean. Go there, stay tuned, I’m sure we’ll learn more in a bit.
Update: Yes, Civil Beat followed with Rail Construction Up In The Air? (Civil Beat, 8/24/2012). The article, besides sporting a satisfyingly ironic title, includes a link to a copy of the 82-page ruling.
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