A Hawaii state lawmaker intends to introduce a symbolic resolution banning the N-word after he heard talk radio host Dr. Laura Schlessinger say it on air.
Democratic Rep. John Mizuno said Friday the resolution wouldn’t have the effect of law, but he hopes it would send a message that the word is hateful and offensive.
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Mizuno said he felt compelled to create the resolution after he heard Schlessinger say it was OK to use the N-word, which Mizuno argues shouldn’t be listed in the dictionary or acknowledged in society.
The resolution would be considered by the state Legislature when it returns to the Capitol in January.
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