Hawaii

No Aloha for Micronesians in Hawaii

·By Chad Blair

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Migrants suffer from discrimination, lack of understanding of their culture and rights in America.

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  1. An earlier version of this article incorrectly reported that the state's cost to provide medical care to Micronesians was more than $100 million a year. A 2007 study by the Department of the Attorney General found that the cost of providing all state services to Micronesians was about $100 million. Last December, a spokesperson for the Department of Human Services said the cost was about $120 million.