Two U.S. Representatives from Hawaii have requested a panel hearing to discuss whether the state should remain in charge of sending emergency incoming missile alerts, following a false alarm sent out to people in the state on Saturday.
Reps. Tulsi Gabbard (D) and Colleen Hanabusa (D) requested that the House Armed Services Committee holds a hearing in a letter sent Tuesday, suggesting that Hawaii’s Emergency Management Agency should retain control of disasters other than incoming missiles, which is a national security issue.
Read more at The Hill.
It wasn’t a false alarm. It was a test run.