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Bill to kick the boot awaits governor's move

The device to clamp down on parking violators could be banned in Hawaii

By Marcel Honoré

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 21, 2013

~~<p>Car wheel boots may soon be banned in Hawaii &mdash; depending on whether Gov. Neil Abercrombie signs into a law a bill to outlaw the devices.</p>
<p>Senate Bill 1214 would make it illegal for any person, business or county police department to clamp a boot onto any vehicle &mdash; on any public or private road, street or highway. The measure passed the Legislature in late April and was sent to Abercrombie's desk earlier this month.</p>
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Car wheel boots may soon be banned in Hawaii — depending on whether Gov. Neil Abercrombie signs into a law a bill to outlaw the devices.

Senate Bill 1214 would make it illegal for any person, business or county police department to clamp a boot onto any vehicle — on any public or private road, street or highway. The measure passed the Legislature in late April and was sent to Abercrombie's desk earlier this month. Login for more...



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