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Protesters against a bill to allow companies and other water-rights holders to continue diverting water from Maui streams hold a rally outside of the Alexander & Baldwin Building in Honolulu, Tuesday, April 26, 2016. With Alexander & Baldwin scheduled to stop sugar operations at the end of the year, opponents say the company is just trying to hold onto water rights while it sucks the island dry of a public resource that many hope will be used to restore dry stream beds and farming communities. (AP Photo/Marina Riker)

Protesters against a bill to allow companies and other water-rights holders to continue diverting water from Maui streams hold a rally outside of the Alexander & Baldwin Building in Honolulu, Tuesday, April 26, 2016. With Alexander & Baldwin scheduled to stop sugar operations at the end of the year, opponents say the company is just trying to hold onto water rights while it sucks the island dry of a public resource that many hope will be used to restore dry stream beds and farming communities. (AP Photo/Marina Riker)

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