Action Needed. Testimony needed for Gun Safety in C&C of Honolulu.

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The US Supreme Court recently ruled that Americans have a right to carry guns in public for self-defense. Hawaii has traditionally had low incidences of gun violence, partly due to strict laws on issuing of permits to carry in  public. Under state law, permits are issued by the police chiefs of the counties, which are now amending their regulations to accord with the court ruling. The next step is the issuance of ordinances by county councils regarding restrictions on where guns cannot be carried in public.

The Honolulu City Council is considering Bill 57, which proposes a city
ordinance in which guns are not permitted in

  1. City-, federal-, or state-owned buildings or offices
  2. Places where there are children
  3. Places related to voting
  4. Public transportation
  5. Free speech rallies and events
  6. Property belonging to private business or charitable organizations without the owner’s consent

Click here for the full bill 

This ordinance is a crucial step in our fight to keep Hawaii safe. Gun
advocates are being loud and aggressive in their opposition to this bill.

The City Council needs the support of all of us who believe that this ordinance should be passed.

If you live on Oahu and agree with the proposed ordinance, please click here to find your representative on the City Council.

Please send him/her an email simply stating that you are a constituent and you support Bill 57 (22). Please copy the chair of the City Council, Tommy Waters at

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