HHCA - What does HHCA stand for? The Free Dictionary
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Among HHCA's architects were Senator John Wise and Delegate Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana'ole, elite men of Kanaka Maoli descent who viewed the lands in question as the property of the Native Hawaiian sovereign collective.
Thus, the HHCA pleased the sugar men even as it stunted Native Hawaiians' potential political power.
In fact, an earlier version of the HHCA
imposed only a 1/32 blood quantum requirement.
Pursuant to congressional command, the HHCA became part of Hawaii's constitution when Hawaii became a State in 1959.
A separate agency administers the 200,000 acres set aside by the HHCA. See id.