On January 18th, 2024, Hawaii introduced legislation concerning indecent exposure, with bills presented in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. Led by Democrat Scott Saiki, HB 1873 and SB 2251 aim to adjust the state’s approach to indecent exposure laws, with a focus on enhancing protections for minors. This move aligns with a broader trend seen in states like Wisconsin, where legislation often emphasizes “protecting the children” from exposure to nudity. 🪐
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