A Washington D.C.-based public interest law firm is looking into the potential involvement by the feds in pushing Hawaii’s recently-passed law that turns over state gun owner registration lists.
Gov. David Ige signed three gun control bills last week that, among other things, would add Hawaii’s gun owner registration lists to a federal database for continuous monitoring.
A popular Senate measure in front of Gov. David Ige would add Hawaii’s gun owner registration lists to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s “Rap Back” program.
The militant People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals group is burning their bacon over a report that military police on a base in Hawaii killed a wild pig to get $100 offered (jokingly) by the unit commander.
Ed Vezey, who was 95 years old, was instrumental in establishing the USS Oklahoma memorial in Hawaii.
Fuller said although he knows she’s been in bad hands and doing bad things, he’s glad to have his Glock back and likened it to finding a $500 bill.
“It’s always difficult and disheartening when someone you knew as a child grows up and chooses a life of crime,” the Chapmans said in a statement.
After buying new sidearms for its officers, the Honolulu Police Department is moving to destroy its surplus pistols, some new, over the protests of gun rights groups.
A report released Wednesday by the Crime Prevention Research Center holds the number of permit holders in the country at an all-time high, topping 12.8 million.
Legislation described by gun rights advocates in the state as the worst bill of the decade would require mental health certifications for a gun owner’s family and threaten confiscation under a number of scenarios to include refusal of breath tests.