Hawaii State Legislature Introduces Bill Forcing Citizens To Buy Insurance For Guns

Hawaii State Legislature Introduces Bill Forcing Citizens To Buy Insurance For Guns

Gun owners are facing another serious challenge to their Second Amendment rights in the state of Hawaii.

The State Legislature introduced a bill on Wednesday that would increase the requirements Hawaiians would have to meet to continuing possessing a firearm. Specifically, it will mandate that gun owners register their weapons every five years and purchase firearms liability insurance for them.

The requirement to purchase gun insurance is a radical new practice that has yet to be implemented in even the most anti-gun states. Of course, this aspect of the bill is minimized by it’s sponsor, State Senator Josh Green (D-Kona, Ka’u).

“I don’t want to take people’s guns away from them but I want people to take full responsibility,” Senator Green said. How typical of a Democrat to say nobody’s going to take their guns away from them before proposing a course of action that does just that.

But Green doesn’t see it that way. Rather, he sees it in a way that very few Americans do.

Turn to the next page to see what Green compares mandatory gun insurance to:

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