Hawaii: One Anti-Gun Bill Deferred, Four Anti-Gun Bills Still on the Move

| March 31, 2016

Hawaii: One Anti-Gun Bill Deferred, Four Anti-Gun Bills Still on the Move

Yesterday, House Bill 626 was deferred by the Senate Judiciary and Labor Committee; however, House Bill 625, House Bill 2629, and House Bill 2632 were all amended and passed out of the committee.  All three of these bills will now go to the Senate floor for consideration by the full Senate.  Additionally, Senate Bill 2647, a bill which would ban the sale, purchase and possession with the intent to sell legally acquired ivory and ivory products, passed the House Committee on Judiciary with amendments and will now go to the House floor for consideration by the full House of Representatives.  Please contact your state Senator in opposition to HB 625, HB 2629 and HB 2632, and your state Representative in opposition to SB 2647. 

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