Another Article: Hawaii May Become The Next State To Ban The Sale Of Fur Products
Mar 10, 2023 07:46 ET
Hawaii could become the second state in the country to prohibit the fur trade within its borders, if a bill supported by animal rights activists continues to gain momentum within the Legislature.
More than 50 individuals and groups have testified in support of Senate Bill 682 (https://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/session/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=682&year=2023), which would prohibit the sale, display or distribution of animal fur products within the state.
The measure cleared the Senate on Tuesday. Only Republican Sen. Brenton Awa voted “no.” The bill now moves to the House for further consideration.
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