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Hawaii refuses to release internal records about the January missile alert that left islanders fearing a nuclear blast

Hawaii refuses to release internal records about the January missile alert that left islanders fearing a nuclear blast -- For nearly two months, Gov. David Ige's office has refused to release information showing how the Hawaii missile alert was handled --Ige's office has declined to release phone logs, text messages, instant messages and calendars related to the missile alert | 12 March 2018 | Hawaii officials have repeatedly pointed to a low-level state employee and a breakdown in his agency's leadership as the main cause for a January missile alert that left hundreds of thousands of islanders thinking they might die in a nuclear blast. But efforts to find out more about what other top officials did that day have been stymied at the highest levels of state government. Hawaii law says opening the government to public scrutiny 'is the only viable and reasonable method of protecting the public's interest.' But for nearly two months, Gov. David Ige's office has refused to provide information requested by The Associated Press that could show how he and other officials handled the crisis.