This April 16, 2019 photo shows Aloha Poke Shop, a store in Honolulu that received a letter from Chicago-based Aloha Poke Co. saying the Illinois company had trademarked “Aloha Poke” and the Hawaii company would need to change its name. Hawaii lawmakers are considering adopting a resolution calling for the creation of legal protections for Native Hawaiian cultural intellectual property. (Audrey McAvoy | Associated Press)

This April 16, 2019 photo shows Aloha Poke Shop, a store in Honolulu that received a letter from Chicago-based Aloha Poke Co. saying the Illinois company had trademarked “Aloha Poke” and the Hawaii company would need to change its name. Hawaii lawmakers are considering adopting a resolution calling for the creation of legal protections for Native Hawaiian cultural intellectual property. (Audrey McAvoy | Associated Press)

Who owns aloha? Hawaii eyes protections for native culture

Resolution calls for task force to ‘recognize and protect’ property, expressions

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