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HONOLULU (March 29, 2012) – The floor of the Hawai'i House of Representatives will be the next step for the state's offer to resolve longstanding claims for past-due revenues owed to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.
The final vote at the state Capitol will come after the House Finance committee unanimously approved on Thursday Gov. Neil Abercrombie's proposal to transfer to OHA 10 parcels of mostly waterfront property in Kaka'ako Makai valued at an estimated $200 million.
If approved by the House of Representatives, the bill would be sent to the governor to be signed into law.
The proposal could