Hawaii: House and Senate to Vote On Revised Ammunition Restriction Bill

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As early as Wednesday, May 1st, the Hawaii House and Senate will vote on Senate Bill 2845, which prohibits persons under the age of 21 from purchasing or possessing ammunition. Both chambers will be voting on the Conference Committee draft that provides very limited exceptions to the new age restrictions for ammunition and would now take effect upon passage. These expected votes come just days before the legislature is scheduled to adjourn on Friday, May 3rdPlease use the Take Action button below to contact your Representative and Senator, and urge them to OPPOSE SB 2845!

SB 2845 prohibits persons under the age of 21 from purchasing or possessing ammunition, with limited exceptions. Persons engaged in the sale, transfer, or distribution of ammunition would be required to verify the age of the recipient or face criminal penalties. This legislation follows a similar tactic taken by other anti-gun states, pushing laws that discriminate against young adults from lawfully exercising their Second Amendment Rights.

Once again, please contact your Representative and Senator, and urge them to OPPOSE SB 2845!

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