Hawaii: Governor signs bill requiring the reporting of gun theft

safe for guns

This past Wednesday, Governor Ige signed the bill to require gun owners to reporting lost and stolen guns. This is a victory for Hawaii citizens concerned with gun safety. Also two other good gun safety bills passed the legislature and on on the Governors desk for signature.  They are SB 600 and SB 1466.

The Bills

👍 House Bill 720 would require the reporting of lost or stolen guns within 24 hours to help track these guns.
—Tracking Progress: Bold indicates passed—
In the House—>In Committee—>On Floor Calendar—>Passed Chamber
In the Senate—>In Committee—>On Floor Calendar—>Passed Chamber
After Passage—>On Governor’s Desk—>Governor Signed—>Becomes Law

👍 Senate Bill 600 would raise the minimum age to 21 to be able to bring a gun into Hawaii.
—Tracking Progress: Bold indicates passed—
In the House—>In Committee—>On Floor Calendar—>Passed Chamber
In the Senate—>In Committee—>On Floor Calendar—>Passed Chamber

After Passage—>On Governor’s Desk—>Governor Signed—>Becomes Law

👍 Senate Bill 1466 would create a Gun Violence Protective Order. It would allow guns to be removed from a person deem to be dangerous.
In the House—>In Committee—>On Floor Calendar—>Passed Chamber
In the Senate—>In Committee—>On Floor Calendar—>Passed Chamber

After Passage—>On Governor’s Desk—>Governor Signed—>Becomes Law

Action

Please contact the office of Governor Ige. Ask that he support SB 600 and SB 1466.


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