Hawaii’s reopening kindles old tensions

T ALA MOANA BEACH PARK, NEAR DOWNTOWN HONOLULU, lifeguard Mo Freitas is ready for the water to get a bit more crowded. When Hawaii Governor David Ige in March instituted a mandatory two-week self-quarantine for anyone coming to the state, the move effectively stopped tourists from visiting. Now—even as the U.S. hit 11 million COVID-19 cases as of Nov. 15—Hawaii, like

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