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Hawaii firearms

HONOLULU — A federal court in Hawaii found in favor of a gun owner who had his firearms confiscated by police when he moved to the state because he would not provide medical documentation related to his mental health. Though he had said he has a condition, he did not indicate he was diagnosed with a significant disorder, so the state cannot require him to provide medical information.

Read the ruling here.

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