Hawaii: Urge Sen. PSM Comm. to Oppose Senate Bills 556, 600, 621, & 1466

NRA State and Local

On Thursday, February 7th, the Hawaii state Senate Committee on Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs is scheduled to hear gun control bills.  Contact members of the Committee and urge their opposition to SB 556, SB 600, SB 621 and SB 1466.

SB 556 is unnecessary and could potentially be used to deny constitutional rights based on secret government watchlists without due process.

SB 600 would discriminate against young adults under the age of 21 who are visiting or relocating into Hawaii by denying them their Second Amendment rights.

SB 621 would further victimize those who have the misfortune of suffering a loss or theft of their property by imposing a one-size-fits-all requirement for how they must report lost or stolen firearms.

SB 1466 could allow for the removal of an individual’s Second Amend rights not based on a criminal conviction or mental health adjudication, but instead on a third party allegation.

 

On Thursday, February 7th, the Hawaii state Senate Committee on Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs is scheduled to hear gun control bills.  Contact members of the Committee and urge their opposition to SB 556, SB 600, SB 621 and SB 1466.

SB 556 is unnecessary and could potentially be used to deny constitutional rights based on secret government watchlists without due process.

SB 600 would discriminate against young adults under the age of 21 who are visiting or relocating into Hawaii by denying them their Second Amendment rights.

SB 621 would further victimize those who have the misfortune of suffering a loss or theft of their property by imposing a one-size-fits-all requirement for how they must report lost or stolen firearms.

SB 1466 could allow for the removal of an individual’s Second Amend rights not based on a criminal conviction or mental health adjudication, but instead on a third party allegation.