HONOLULU (KHON2) — Governor David Ige signed a bill to keep communities safe when it comes to guns.

The bill requires the physical inspection of guns that law enforcement said are threats to public safety.

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The guns that need a physical inspection are guns brought from out of state, guns transferred privately between two people, and guns without serial numbers.

This bill that was signed restored part of a previous gun law that was struck down by a federal court last year.

“Despite our fight to keep our community safe, innocent victims continue to lose their lives to gun violence,” said Ige.

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Ige proclaimed June 3 National Gun Violence Awareness Day.