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WAILUKU>> The Maui County Board of Ethics won't let the public know the outcome of its review of a complaint against Councilman Wayne Nishiki.
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Aiea

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Jun 14, 2009
 
"New law stops some public displays of human bodies"

What a ridiculous law. Typical of the small minded local yokels we elected to office. Geeez..........
alice

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true..politicians in this stae are pathetic.

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