Hawaii Governor signs two Pro-Gun laws

100513 at 10:46 am Leave a comment

Two good gun bills were signed by Hawaii Governor. The recent tsunami scare had a positive effect in Hawaii. A good bill was introduced, passed, and signed by the Governor to protect 2nd Amendment Rights.

Because of the widespread seizure of firearms after Katrina (the Hurricane) hit New Orleans, one of the rare Hawaii Republican legislators introduced a bill to prevent the seizure of firearms or ammunition from any lawful possessor during emergency or disaster. But it was the tsunami, and the lesson of Katrina that motivated the Legislature to act on the bill. It was wildly approved by most legislators, meaning true bi-partisan effort. Our Governor, Linda Lingle (term-limited Republican) signed the bill, SB358.

A second bill the Governor signed, SB532, provides protection to a homeowner (real property owner) who uses force, including deadly, for self-defense. It’s a take on the “Castle Doctrine” – an individual’s home is his castle and can be defended from intrusion.

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