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Hawaii State and Local Legislation
« on: February 14, 2015, 01:18:35 AM »
This post will be for residents of Hawaii to share state and local legislation. Please indicate if the bill you're talking about is local or state.

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Hawaii State and Local Legislation
« on: February 14, 2015, 01:18:35 AM »

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Re: Hawaii State and Local Legislation
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2015, 01:35:42 AM »
All bill summaries come from the state's description

HB 50 - Provides for shooting range exemptions regarding retroactive regulation, and civil and criminal noise and nuisance violations.  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=50&year=2015

SB955/HB 473 - Provides protections against burdensome retroactive regulation and lawsuits and prevents frivolous claims against sport shooting range operators and individuals engaging in target shooting.  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=955&year=2015  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=473&year=2015

HB 1381/SB 783 - Specifies that an additional penalty for refusal to submit to a breath, blood, or urine test and requires the surrender of all firearms and ammunition within possession. Requires firearms permit application forms to be accompanied by an affirmation that neither the applicant nor any family or household member is or has been diagnosed with or treated for certain mental disorders and that if the applicant or family or household member is subsequently diagnosed, the applicant shall lock and secure or surrender all firearms and ammunition within 48 hours. Requires payment of a fine of $50 per day of noncompliance with the requirement to lock and secure, or surrender, firearms and ammunition within 48 hours. Specifies failure to pay child or spousal support as a good cause for revocation of a firearm permit or license. Creates an exemption for law enforcement officers.   http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=1381&year=2015

 SB 95/SB 1184 - Authorizes the chief of police from each respective county to issue licenses to carry a concealed firearm. Specifies processes for license applications, renewals, revocations, and record keeping. Strictly prohibits carrying concealed firearms under certain circumstances. Makes various conforming amendments.  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=95&year=2015  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=1184&year=2015

SB 936 - Provides for the defense of justification for the use of force  under certain circumstances http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=936&year=2015

SB 473 - Codifies federal law to authorize the department of the attorney general to develop and implement a state program to allow active and retired law enforcement officers to carry a concealed firearm in Hawaii  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=473&year=2015

SB 462/HB 402 -    Requires individuals denied a firearm permit or otherwise disqualified from possessing firearms and certain defendants to provide a sworn statement that the individual has disposed of any firearms and ammunition in the individual's possession. Requires the applicable chief of police to search firearm permit and registration records for those individuals and before serving a protective order or restraining order involving firearms or ammunition, and to seize any firearms or ammunition that were not disposed of. Requires police to seize firearms and ammunition in domestic abuse cases that are in plain view of the officer or discovered by consensual search.  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=462&year=2015  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=402&year=2015

SB 354/SB 11 - Provides that owners of previously registered firearms in this State shall not be subject to the existing permit waiting period when seeking a permit to allow for the acquisition of another firearm.   http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=354&year=2015

SB 197 - Prohibits police department officers and employees, department of public safety employees, department of land and natural resources employees, and department of transportation employees who are authorized to carry firearms from consuming alcohol or ingesting prescription medications that would impair the judgment or physical response of the employee while carrying a firearm; provided that employees who are taking part in an official criminal surveillance or undercover operation shall be exempt from this requirement. Prohibits these employees from consuming alcohol for an unspecified number of hours prior to carrying a firearm.  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=197&year=2015

SB 196/HB 40 -    Allows each county council to establish a processing fee for a firearms permit to acquire and firearm registration.  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=196&year=2015  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=40&year=2015

SB 1153/HB 888 - Makes it a petty misdemeanor for a person to recklessly possess a loaded firearm while the person is intoxicated.  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=1153&year=2015  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=888&year=2015

SB 1071/HB 902 - Makes it clear that the police may grant applications to acquire firearms to lawful permanent resident aliens.  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=1071&year=2015  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=902&year=2015

HB 626 - Prohibits the physical possession of any firearm while consuming or under the influence of an intoxicant.  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=626&year=2015

HB 625 -    Includes misdemeanor stalking and sexual assault among the offenses that disqualify a person from owning, possessing, or controlling any firearm or ammunition.  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=625&year=2015

HB 710 -    Requires a county police chief to grant an applicant a license to carry a concealed handgun and ammunition within the county.  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=710&year=2015

HB 1129 - Prohibits law enforcement officers from consuming any amount of alcohol while in the possession on their person or control of a firearm.   http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=1129&year=2015




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Re: Hawaii State and Local Legislation
« Reply #2 on: April 15, 2017, 09:50:16 PM »
Here's some of the new legislation being proposed this session:

HB1589 - allows for licensed hunters to possess and use suppressors while hunting

HB1583 - establishes protocols for LEOs and family members to obtain court orders to prevent a person from accessing firearms

HB1345/SB280 - prohibits a person listed in the federal terrorist screening database from owning, possessing or using a firearm

HB1205 - prevents frivolous claims against shooting range operators and individuals target shooting

SB876 - allows that owners of previously registered firearms within the state shall not be subject to the existing permit waiting period when seeking another

HB802 - requires FFLs to report to police any unlawful attempt to purchase a firearm

HB410 - requires county police chief to grant a qualified applicant a CCDW

SB212 - authorizes the chief of police in each county to issues CCDW and more

SB9 - would require firearm owners to obtain firearms insurance

HB36 - changes some cirteria for CCDW permits