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The United States Supreme Court summarized why Congress authorized private antitrust lawsuits in the case Hawaii v. Standard Oil Co. of Cal., 405 U. S. 251, 262 ( 1972 ):
In the 1993 case Baehr v. Miike, the Supreme Court of Hawaii ruled that the state must show a compelling interest in prohibiting same-sex marriage.
* Hawaii Housing Authority v. Midkiff,
The movement to obtain marriage rights and benefits for same-sex couples in the United States began in the 1970s, but became more prominent in U. S. politics in 1993 when the Hawaii Supreme Court declared the state's prohibition to be unconstitutional in Baehr v. Lewin.
*" Supreme Court of Hawaii, Roxas v. Marcos, November 17, 1998 " *" New York Daily News, 460m War Booty Ruling vs. Marcos, March 25, 1996 "
*" Supreme Court of Hawaii, Roxas v. Marcos, November 29, 2005 "
* 3 – In Baehr v. Miike Hawaii judge Kevin S. C. Chang rules in favor of the plaintiffs and enjoins the state of Hawaii from refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
* 9 – In light of the passage of Amendment 2, the Hawaii Supreme Court rules in Baehr v. Miike that it is no longer unconstitutional for the state not to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Growing scientific recognition of the role of private lands for endangered species recovery and the landmark 1981 court decision in Palila v. Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources both contributed to making Habitat Conservation Plans / Incidental Take Permits " a major force for wildlife conservation and a major headache to the development community ", wrote Robert D. Thornton in the 1991 Environmental Law article, Searching for Consensus and Predictability: Habitat Conservation Planning under the Endangered Species Act of 1973.
* Hawaii v. Mankichi, 190 U. S. 197 ( 1903 )
* 2002 – University of Hawaii, School of Law – Symposium on Rice v. Cayetano, Keynote
A modern reincarnation of the Home Rule Party of Hawaii that was then led by Congressman Robert William Wilcox, the Aloha Aina Party of Hawaii was resurrected as a result of native Hawaiians ' discontent with the Governor Benjamin J. Cayetano's decision to support the Hawaii State Legislature replacement of Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustees as a result of a 2000 United States Supreme Court decision, Rice v. Cayetano.
Donohue and Levitt's study indicates that this indeed has happened: Alaska, California, Hawaii, New York, Oregon and Washington experienced steeper drops in crime, and had legalized abortion before Roe v. Wade.
The first such case was Rodrigues v. State, in which the Supreme Court of Hawaii held that plaintiffs could recover for negligent infliction of emotional distress as a result of negligently caused flood damage to their home.
This case laid the foundation for the Court's later important public use cases, Hawaii Housing Authority v. Midkiff, 467 U. S. 229 ( 1984 ) and Kelo v. City of New London, 545 U. S. 469 ( 2005 ).
In 1984, the Court had already held in Hawaii Housing Authority v. Midkiff, 467 U. S. 229 ( 1984 ) that redistribution of land from some private parties to other private parties could pass constitutional muster as a means of rectifying what the state legislature found to be an oligopoly in fee simple land titles.
Wolfson co-wrote an amicus brief in Baehr v. Miike, in which the Supreme Court of Hawaii said prohibiting same-sex marriage in the state constituted discrimination, and worked on Baker v. Vermont, the Vermont Supreme Court case that led to the creation of civil unions in Vermont by the state legislature as a compromise between Wolfson's group and those objecting to same-sex marriage.
The United States Supreme Court granted certiorari to consider questions raised in Berman v. Parker, and later in Hawaii Housing Authority v. Midkiff,.

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In sixteen states, the fiscal year ending of the cities ( June 30 ) is the same as that of the state: Alaska, Arizona, California, Delaware, Massachusetts, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Vermont, West Virginia, Wyoming, and Hawaii ).
the term `` United States '' includes the several States and the District of Columbia, and excludes the Virgin Islands, Guam and Puerto Rico, and, prior to 1962, Alaska and Hawaii.
For each State ( except Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands, and, prior to 1962, Alaska and Hawaii ) determine average per capita income based on the last three years.
Determine for each State ( except the Virgin Islands, Guam and Puerto Rico, and, prior to 1962, Alaska and Hawaii ) that percentage which bears the same ratio to 50% as the particular State's average per capita income bears to the average per capita income of the U. S..
( Alaska and Hawaii had fixed allotment percentages in effect prior to fiscal year 1962.
the term `` United States '' includes the several States and the District of Columbia and excludes the Virgin Islands, Guam and Puerto Rico, and, prior to 1962, Alaska and Hawaii.
For each State ( except the Virgin Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico, and, prior to 1962, Alaska and Hawaii ), determine the average per capita income for the last three years.
Determine for each State ( except the Virgin Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico, and, prior to 1962, Alaska and Hawaii ), that percentage which bears the same ration to 40% as the particular State's average per capita income bears to the average per capita income of the United States.
( Alaska and Hawaii had fixed Federal share percentages in effect prior to fiscal year 1962.
Alaska and Hawaii.
Taxpayers residing or traveling in Alaska are also allowed this extension of time for filing, but those residing or traveling in Hawaii are not allowed this automatic extension.
If your principal place of abode for the tax year is outside the United States ( including Alaska and Hawaii ), Puerto Rico, or the Virgin Islands and you have no legal residence or principal place of business in any Internal Revenue district in the United States, you should file your return with the Office of International Operations, Internal Revenue Service, Washington 25, D.C..
Now, to add to the already unbelievable extremes found in one nation, we have the two new states of Hawaii and Alaska.
We divided the country into five regions plus Hawaii and Alaska and in each is included a general description of the area plus specific recommendations of places and events to cover.
The tsunami-warning system developed since the 1946 disaster in Hawaii relies mainly on a simple and ingenious instrument devised by Commander C. K. Green of the Coast and Geodetic Survey staff.
By means of charts showing wave-travel times and depths in the ocean at various locations, it is possible to estimate the rate of approach and probable time of arrival at Hawaii of a tsunami getting under way at any spot in the Pacific.
* 1900 – Hawaii becomes a territory of the United States, with Sanford B. Dole as governor.
* 1907 – Honolulu, Hawaii becomes an independent city.
* 1868 – A massive earthquake near Arica, Peru, causes an estimated 25, 000 casualties, and the subsequent tsunami causes considerable damage as far away as Hawaii and New Zealand.
Abalone is also farmed in Australia, Hawaii, Canada, Chile, France, Iceland, Ireland, Mexico, Namibia, New Zealand, South Africa, Thailand, and the United States.
* 1843 – The Cathedral of Our Lady of Peace in Honolulu, Hawaii is dedicated.
* 1927 – The Dole Air Race begins from Oakland, California, to Honolulu, Hawaii, during which six out of the eight participating planes crash or disappear.
* 1898 – The Hawaiian flag is lowered from ʻIolani Palace in an elaborate annexation ceremony and replaced with the flag of the United States to signify the transfer of sovereignty from the Republic of Hawaii to the United States.
* 1959 – President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs an executive order proclaiming Hawaii the 50th state of the union.

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