Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa issued the following statement today urging a bipartisan effort to stop the Trump Administration from allowing the proliferation of instructions for making guns at home with a 3-D printer.
Provisions supported by Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa on the repeal of cuts to per-diem pay for military and civilian workers with the U.S. Department of Defense, $4.34 billion for two Virginia Class Submarines, and over $350 million for Hawaii military construction projects were included in the final conference report for the Fiscal Year 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
“Hawaii County should immediately file a petition requesting an en banc decision, which seeks a rehearing and subsequent ruling from the Chief Judge and 10 other Justices of the Ninth Circuit. Today’s 2-1 opinion comes about two years after the entire 9th Circuit ruled that there is no right to carry concealed guns in public. This is not a second amendment issue it’s a states’ rights issue.
As a member of the House Committee on Natural Resources and Ranking Member on the Subcommittee on Federal Lands, Representative Hanabusa participates in all matters related to the National Park System, U.S.
Representative Hanabusa is committed to growing the economy and protecting American workers.
Native Hawaiian issues have been a priority for Representative Hanabusa throughout her political career. As a daughter of Waianae and longtime resident of Oahu’s Leeward Coast, Native Hawaiian values and families have always played a significant role in her life.
Representative Hanabusa is committed to investing in our keiki and providing every child access to a quality education. Supporting education and our educators is critical to a healthy society and a robust economy.
Representative Hanabusa is committed to protecting long-cherished American entitlement programs and ensuring that all Americans have continued access to quality affordable health coverage.
Millions of Americans rely on Social Security and Medicare for their daily needs. However, despite the tremendous benefits these programs provide, they are constantly targeted for cuts.