Lā 171: Reflection - “I come today to ask for your forgiveness,” she told the protesters. “And, there will be a time soon, I think, to revisit withdrawing our support for this. That way, it’s going to be more clear..." C Machado

Hawaii Tribune Herald Sept 10, 2015

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During the meeting at the camp, Machado said she is against building the TMT on Mauna Kea and apologized for not voting for a resolution that would have opposed the $1.4 billion project.

“I come today to ask for your forgiveness,” she told the protesters. “And, there will be a time soon, I think, to revisit withdrawing our support for this. That way, it’sgoing to be more clear that we’re showing our colors, that we’re not going to be walking the fence.”