A Hawaiian state lawmaker wants to update the island’s contingency plan to account for a potential North Korean attack against the U.S., according to a Saturday Hawaii News Now report.
Democratic state Rep. Matt LoPresti wants to update Hawaii’s contingency plan, citing a lack of shelters and outdated plans.
“At a time when we have this kind of saber-rattling and really blustering foreign policy, it does make people a little nervous,” LoPresti said.
“They haven’t been updated since 1985,” said LoPresti. “I was…