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OHA: OHA Testimony Before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs, Senate Bill 2243
|Title:||OHA: OHA Testimony Before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs, Senate Bill 2243|
|Authors:||Kanahele, Kamaki A. Office of Hawaiian Affairs. Administrator.|
|LC Subject Headings:||Office of Hawaiian Affairs|
Reparations for historical injustice
Health care reform
Hawaiians--Health and hygiene
|Source:||Native Hawaiian Issues, Box 16, Folder 4|
|Description:||This folder holds a testimony that was given before the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs on Senate Bill 2243, which is a bill to improve the health status of Native Hawaiians and other purposes. This testimony looks at the health needs of Native Hawaiians, the findings of the Native Hawaiian health needs study and the list of ailments, or abuse faced by Hawaiians who had taken the survey. The testimony also looks at what is missing in regard to meeting the health needs of Hawaiians, such as the lack of health care providers in areas of need. This folder also holds information on the purpose and general duties of OHA (Office of Hawaiian Affairs).|
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