Hawaii: Governor Ige Signs Even More Anti-Gun Legislation

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Hawaii Governor David Ige
Hawaii Governor David Ige

Fairfax, VA – -(Ammoland.com)- On July 9th, Governor David Ige signed the final remaining anti-gun bill awaiting his consideration, Senate Bill 600. This comes on the heels of him signing Senate Bill 1466 on June 27th 2019.

Senate Bill 600, introduced by Senator Clarence Nishihara (D-17), will raise the minimum age to transport a firearm into the state to the age of 21.  By raising the age for firearm importation, persons who have lawfully acquired firearms outside of Hawaii who are traveling to the state for purposes of hunting, target competition, or even relocating will be discriminated against based on their age and denied their constitutional rights.

Senate Bill 1466, introduced by Senator Karl Rhoads (D-29), will create Gun Violence Protective Orders (GVPO).  A GVPO will be issued not because a person has been convicted of a crime or adjudicated mentally ill, but instead on third party allegations.  This legislation lacks strong due process protections and contains low evidentiary standards that fall well below the norm for removing fundamental constitutional rights.

Your NRA-ILA will be back at the Capitol for the 2020 session, and in the meantime, please stay tuned to your email inbox and www.nraila.org for updates on issues impacting our Second Amendment Rights and hunting heritage in Hawaii.


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  • 10 thoughts on “Hawaii: Governor Ige Signs Even More Anti-Gun Legislation

    1. If one is not old enough to purchase or possess a firearm, then one should not be able to vote. Raise the minimum voting age to 21 where that is the minimum age to purchase of possess a firearm. To those who say that violates the 26th Amendment I say we are violating their rights under the 2nd Amendment so why is the 26th Amendment any different.

    2. So stop putting criminals, Infiltrators, posing as elected servants, in office, that take the Oath and lie. You know what happens in a court of law and you knowingly lie about something. The same should apply to those that took the Oath of Office to Uphold and Preserve the Constitution, then willfully participate in depriving law abiding citizens of their Constitutionally protected rights. Since no one has been held criminally responsible for breaking existing federal laws against such activity, there’s only one option left….Vote them out.. all of them.. They lied..

      1. Speaking of Hawaii and of stupid I have never understood why we have accepted to Statehood the tops of a
        string of undersea volcanoes largely populated by America hating LibTards 2500 miles from the Continental United States.
        We have not fueled our Navy with coal in quite a while now. We have more than enough Progressive morons
        stateside. I can buy Whaler’s Rum and good potato chips right here in America.

    3. Completely surrounded by ocean, with what they believe is total control of ports of entry, Hawaii believes it can completely ban civilian gun ownership. It may very well succeed — but only with the law-abiding.

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