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Hawaii Right-To-Carry and State Preemption Update!

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

SB 2531 and SB 2533, the Right-To-Carry and the State Preemption measures, were heard in the State Senate's Intergovernmental Affairs Committee on Tuesday, February 14.  Both bills were deferred until Thursday February 16, which is why it is vital that NRA members and the pro-gun community continue to contact the members of the committee and ask for their "aye" vote when SB 2531 and SB 2533 come before them tomorrow.

The committee members and their contact information is as follows:          

Senator David Ige, Chair  

Phone: 808 586-6230  

Fax: 808 586-6231 

sendige@Capitol.hawaii.gov

 

Senator Donna Mercado Kim 

Phone: 808 587-7200  

Fax: 808 587-7205 

senkim@Capitol.hawaii.gov

 

Senator Rosalyn Baker     

Phone: 808 586-6070  

Fax: 808 586-6071 

senbaker@Capitol.hawaii.gov

 

Senator J. Kalani English 

Phone: 808 587-7225  

Fax: 808 587-7230 

senenglish@Capitol.hawaii.gov

 

Senator Lorraine Inouye   

Phone: 808 586-7335  

Fax: 808 586-7339 

seninouye@Capitol.hawaii.gov

 

Senator Clarence Nishihara

Phone: 808 586-6970  

Fax: 808 586-6879 

sennishihara@Capitol.hawaii.gov

 

Senator Sam Slom               

Phone: 808 586-8420  

Fax: 808 586-8426     

senslom@Capitol.hawaii.gov

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