Hundreds honor Sen. Inouye at State Capitol

HONOLULU (AP) - Hundreds of mourners, well-wishers and those simply paying respects have crowded the Hawaii State Capitol, where Sen. Daniel Inouye lies in state one day after being eulogized by President Barack Obama.

The public visitation will last seven hours, ending at midnight.

Final services for Inouye will be held tomorrow at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. White House officials say President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama plan to be there.

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