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OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

OHA statement on President Trump’s FY2020 budget

HONOLULU (March 29,2019) – “The Office of Hawaiian Affairs was disappointed to find that the President’s FY 2020 Budget would again eliminate funding for well-established federal programs that benefit Native Hawaiians, as he did in his first two budget requests. These programs help the federal government meet its special trust responsibility owed to Native Hawaiians. Nevertheless, we thank the members of our Hawai‘i delegation – Senators Schatz and Hirono and Representatives Gabbard and Case – for their tireless advocacy efforts on behalf of Native Hawaiians.”

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