Hawaii Senate passes Steven Tyler Act

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“Our only chance to get some sanity into this is in the House,” he said.

Sen. Sam Slom, the state Senate’s only Republican member, said he plans to vote against the bill. The California law the bill is modeled after is still undergoing legal challenges and Hawaii’s privacy laws are already some of the strictest in the nation, he said. The right to privacy is enshrined in the Hawaii state Constitution, Slom said.

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