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Quizunderstood: What do you know about Haleakala National Park’s new sunrise reservation system?

1. In his Feb. 3 announcement that the State of Hawaii would sue President Donald Trump over his Muslim immigrant ban, Attorney General Doug Chin said an attorney and former Obama Administration Acting Solicitor General of the U.S. was advising his office. Who is the adviser?

A. Ian Gershengorn

B. Don Verrilli

C. Neal Katyal

D. Elena Kagan

E. Edwin Keedler

2. Haleakala National Park instituted its new sunrise reservation system on Feb. 1. According to a Feb. 2 news release from park officials, how many cars arrived on the morning of Feb. 1 without a reservation?

A. 20

B. 25

C. 30

D. 35

E. 40

3. Senate Bill 520 is one of the bills recently introduced in the Hawaii state Legislature by the Women’s Legislative Caucus. What does the bill do?

A. Limits initial prescriptions for opioids and benzodiazepines to a maximum of seven consecutive days.

B. Creates the Hawaii Working Family Tax Credit.

C. Amends insurance coverage requirements for in vitro fertilization to allow for expanded applicability.

D. Establishes a six-week paid maternity and paternity leave policy for government employees.

E. Requires that three commissioners on each police commission have backgrounds that include equality for women, civil rights and law enforcement.

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ANSWERS

1: C–Neal Katyal

2: D–35

3: E–Requires that three commissioners on each police commission have backgrounds that include equality for women, civil rights and law enforcement.

Photo courtesy Haleakala National Park