Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, with Diamond Head in the background. State lawmakers are vowing to get rid of a provision in Hawaiian law that allows law enforcement officers to have sex with prostitutes if doing so is within the scope of their duties. Robyn Beck /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Waikiki Beach in Honolulu. Undercover police in Honolulu say they need to be exempt from laws barring sex with prostitutes because sometimes they can't reveal their identities too soon. Ronen Zilberman /AP hide caption

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Loretta Fuddy, director of Hawaii's Department of Health. She died Wednesday. Hawaii Department of Health/AP hide caption

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Saralyn Morales (center left) and Isajah Morales walk down the aisle at the Sheraton Waikiki in Honolulu shortly after Hawaii's new gay marriage law took effect Monday. Marco Garcia/AP hide caption

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Proponents of gay marriage rally outside state House chambers at the Hawaii Capitol in Honolulu on Nov. 8. Oskar Garcia/AP hide caption

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Hawaii's Gov. Neil Abercrombie announced the special session on gay marriage at the Hawaii Capitol in Honolulu in September. The session will begin Monday, Oct. 28. Oskar Garcia/AP hide caption

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One of the fish thought to have died because of the molasses spill off Honolulu. Hugh Gentry /Reuters/Landov hide caption

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John Hernandez of Kailua, Hawaii, who owns John's Fresh Fish, is shown on Thursday. In the background at right is a container ship owned by Matson Navigation Co. A pipe maintained by the company cracked and caused the molasses spill. Eugene Tanner/AP hide caption

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An image from video shot by diver Roger White for Hawaii News Now shows how the molasses spill has affected the water in part of Honolulu Harbor and killed many creatures. Hawaii News Now hide caption

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As reports of shark attacks have risen, Hawaiian officials announced a plan Tuesday to study the sharks' movements. A German tourist who had been attacked in Maui last week died Wednesday. Oskar Garcia/AP hide caption

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