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Special June Calabash
Back to the 9th Circuit: Akina v. State of Hawaii
Evening Panel Discussion with the Judicial Watch Legal Team
Wednesday, June 15th | 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm | 1132 Bishop Street, Room 611*
Limited Space Available - Register Today!
Keli'i Akina, Ph.D.
President/CEO, Grassroot Institute of Hawaii
After winning at the Supreme Court in the fall of 2015, the Judicial Watch legal team is back in Honolulu to stop the planned state-sponsored, race-based election. Just two days before the case is heard, join us for an exclusive briefing and Q&A with the legal team to find out why this case is more relevant than ever now.
Featured attorneys include:
Robert Popper - Senior Attorney & Head of Judicial Watch's Election Integrity Project
Michael A. Lilly - Attorney for Ling, Lilly & Jones; former Attorney General and First Deputy Attorney General of Hawaii
Light Pupus will be Served
*No Parking Validation Provided
(Premium parking in building or in nearby public parking, see below)
Wednesday, June 15th | 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM | 1132 Bishop Street, Room 611
Most convenient & affordable parking:
Beretania & Nuuanu Lot:
From H1, take the Pali Hwy exit towards downtown. Continue until you reach S. Beretania, and turn right onto S. Beretania. Then turn left on Nuuanu at New Hope Church. Turn left immediately into the lot, park and then use the pay station. Our building can be accessed by either Fort Street Mall or Union Mall off of Bishop St.
If that lot is full, continue on Nuuanu and then make the first left into Mark's Garage. The Chinatown Municipal Lots are also good parking lots.
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Grassroot Institute of Hawaii
The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii is an independent, nonprofit research and educational institution devoted to promoting the principles of individual liberty, free markets, and limited and accountable government throughout the state of Hawaii. Through the publication of accurate and timely research and commentaries, as well as by organizing events, conferences, and seminars, the Institute seeks to educate and inform Hawaii’s policy-makers, news media and the public at large on key public policy issues. Founded in 2001, the Institute’s research and education efforts have helped provide the intellectual foundations for many public policy debates. More information on the Institute is available at www.grassrootInstitute.org.