SB1071 allows police to issue permits to acquire firearms to legal permanent resident aliens. Judge J. Michael Seabright of the US District Court for Hawaii in Fotoudas vs Kealoha et al, Sept. 2014, held them protected under the 2nd and 14th Amendments and has ordered that the counties accept their applications for permits pursuant to HRS 134-2(d). […]
OOPS, a computer program glitch routed you to an incorrect older hearing notice for the second bill. The information on the first bill was and is correct. The hearing notice link on the second bill works correctly now. Sorry, Max. The Senate hears two bills Thursday afternoon, 2/12/15. The worst bill of the decade, SB […]
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Three important bills are up for a hearing in the Hawaii House Water & Land Committee, Monday Feb 9, 2015. Please send testimony, and come and deliver it in person if you can for this first hearing in the House, on firearms and hunting issues. Go to the Hawaii State Legislature web site Hearing Notice: http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/session2015/hearingnotices/HEARING_WAL_02-09-15_.HTM […]
Three gun bills are up for a hearing in the Hawaii Senate Public Safety Committee, Tuesday Feb 3, 2015. Please send testimony and come and deliver it in person if you can for this important first hearing on our issues. Go to the Hawaii State Legislature web site Hearing Notice: http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/session2015/hearingnotices/HEARING_PSM_02-03-15_.HTM See the last 3 bills […]
The Hawaii State Legislature opened January 21, 2015. Your NRA/ILA Liaison from Sacramento, Dan Reid, and your HRA Legislative Liaison, Dr. Max Cooper, met with 17 key individual Hawaii State Legislators the week before session, advising them on our issues and soliciting their support. Thanks to several favorable court decisions, it’s a good year to […]
Stuff you may want to share with family, friends, neighbors and your Legislators. Invite them to the range! Why private possession of guns is important for public safety: Respected research, by authors Kleck (Point Blank), Lott (More Guns, Less Crime)*, shows that Americans use firearms about 2,500,000 times per year (most often with no shots […]