Did the State Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) uphold its fiduciary duty under the Public Land Trust Doctrine and stewardship duty under the terms of its 65-year lease to protect public trust land at the military-leased Pōhakuloa Training Area on Hawaiʻi Island? David Frankel, Esq., who handles cases in Native Peoples Law, Land Use & Zoning, and who is plaintiff's counsel in Ching, et.al. v. Aila, DLNR, et. al. RE: Pōhakuloa Training Area, Hawaiʻi Island, will discuss the case.
Presented by the Environmental Caucus and Hawaiian Affairs Caucus of the Democratic Party of Hawaiʻi (DPH).