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Topic - Russell Haas
The resident continued to refuse to take the census, and Mr. Haas said he waited outside a chain-link fence while the resident called his co-workers at the Hawaii County Police Department.
In the Big Island's Puna district — a craggy rural area where residents value privacy, independence and the simple life — Mr. Haas said he anticipated some resistance, especially from the area's Vietnam War veterans and marijuana growers.