Both bills passed the House on Tuesday, which means they will now be considered by the Senate.
“These proposals recognize that our leaders can take steps to protect the rights of law-abiding gun owners like us and keep guns out of the hands of people who shouldn’t have them,” Giffords and Kelly said in a statement. “We look forward to seeing the Hawaii Senate pass these responsible bills in strong, bipartisan vote for common sense and seeing them sent to the Governor Ige’s desk.”
Eleven states currently have regulations to prevent stalkers from buying guns.
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