Friday, August 29, 2014


House permitted to intervene in Calvin Say residency challenge

by Larry Geller

Circuit Court Judge Karen T. Nakasone ruled today that the House may intervene in the case brought by six Palolo residents alleging that former House speaker Calvin Say does not live in the district.

It’s been a long day. You probably don’t want to know the details and I don’t want to write them. Compared with the Hello Kitty crisis, it’s likely that the public does not want details of today’s hearing.

The real action is schedule to take place on September 18 at 10 a.m. If the judge rules to dismiss at that point, the case could possibly be appealed. That hearing will be worth writing about.

For more, try the Star-Advertiser tomorrow or KHON tonight, those reporters were present in the courtroom today.


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