April 6, 2105 KSPN2 News
HANDGUN REGULATIONS NOW HEAD TO TORRES
The Senate passes the 10 amendments from the House. Governor Ralph Torres says after proper review through his office, he will be poised to sign the Special Act for Firearms Enforcement.
FBI SAYS INVESTIGATION INTO BANKING THEFT ONGOING
Victim Gerald Gabang says he is not angry with the bank, just the thieves. First Hawaiian says customers should check their accounts frequently.
CONTRACT WORKER ISSUE CONTINUES TO BE FRONT AND CENTER AMONG CNMI LEADERS
Senators meet with Congressman Sablan to discuss the impending contract worker phase-out deadline of 2019. This meeting is just one of a number of discussions about the Contract Worker issue among leaders and Sablan himself.