Hikers in Hawaii who need to be rescued might end up paying the bill, and they’re not happy about it.
This would apply to hikers who ignore warning or no trespassing signs, enter private property or trails that are closed to the public.
Last year there were 48 searches and rescues in Hawaii.
People opposed to the plan fear that hikers won’t call for help if they know they’ll have to pay for the rescue.
Jack & Carolyn talked about this on the Morning Breeze. Listen here: