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Through the Roof: Journeyman laborer Toa Eva lays down iron work for one of 86 affordably priced homes being built in Nanakuli by D.R. Horton-Schuler Homes. Hawaii’s restrictive land-use laws are expected to hold back developers from delivering significant amounts of affordable housing.
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