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Ige signs bills tightening gun laws

Hawaii Tribune

HONOLULU — Gov. David Ige is signing into law two bills that would tighten the state’s already strict gun regulations.

One bill Ige signed Monday bans bump stocks, which are devices that allow guns to be fired like assault weapons. The gunman in the Las Vegas shooting that killed 58 people in October used a bump stock.  

The other bill would cut the time a gun owner who is disqualified from possessing a firearm would have to turn in his or her weapon. People will have seven days to turn in their weapon, down from 30 days.

This law aims to protect people from domestic abusers. An individual would lose the right to possess a gun after being indicted, for example, or after receiving a temporary restraining order.

Hawaii Tribune

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5 Responses to Ige signs bills tightening gun laws

  1. Enemy of the State says:

    Ige proves he’s a traitor to this country

    Going to play along? Or tell him to GGF’ed?
    Sad ,people let tyrants push them around their whole lives … pathetic in fact

  2. galen says:

    I ’bout passed out when I saw that last sentence:

    “An individual would lose the right to possess a gun after being indicted, for example, or after receiving a temporary restraining order.”

    To be “indicted” is only to be accused, charged. It is no proof of guilt. And on the restraining order… anyone with a vendetta against someone could essentially disarm that person. What an underhanded way for the state to achieve its goal. Creepy.

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  3. Jolly Roger says:

    No one cares about your stupid gun laws anymore.

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