Judge orders nonprofit to hand over documents
Community group is investigated
WAILUKU, Maui (AP) — A judge is ordering a community association on Maui to comply with a subpoena and hand over documents to the state attorney general.
The Wailuku Main Street Association and board chairman Thomas Cannon have until Jan. 3 to provide the government with additional financial and organizational documents.
It is being investigated to find out how taxpayer funds have been used.
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