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                                Masked members of the House of Representative bid farewell on the floor.
Unusual Hawaii legislative session ends, but much work remains at Capitol

The state House on Friday used a procedural maneuver to kill bills that would have outlawed large-capacity rifle magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition and would have imposed tighter controls on the sale or disposal of firearms after the deaths of the legal owners. Read more

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                                Gov. David Ige reportedly has been talking with Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy for weeks about how the 49th state is handling its virus situation.
Gov. David Ige reportedly close to announcing testing protocol, loosened quarantine

Gov. David Ige’s administration is poised to adopt a COVID-19 testing protocol similar to one being used by Alaska, and is expected to announce as early as this week that at least some travelers will be allowed to bypass Hawaii’s two-week quarantine requirement this summer if they provide proof of a recent negative test for the new coronavirus. Read more

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