Hawaii legislators pass conviction-eviction law for taxpayer subsidized public housing
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HONOLULU, Hawaii — Hawaii has recently passed a law stating that taxpayers will no longer subsidize public housing for tenants convicted of certain felonies. According to KHON, this law comes after the president of a public housing tenant association was convicted of stealing $1,4000 from the association. The president was reportedly evicted from the property, but the eviction was overturned by the Supreme Court who claimed “it was an improper eviction.” Thus, allowing the man to continue...

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