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Hawaii County Council passes legislation barring firearms in “sensitive places.”

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County Council passes legislation barring firearms in ‘sensitive places’
County Council passes legislation barring firearms in ‘sensitive places’

The County Council on Wednesday passed a controversial bill limiting where people can carry guns on the Big Island.


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