Among the bills passed by the legislature and awaiting the signature or veto of Governor Ige is Senate Bill 1240. Its topic is aquarium fish. The measure would end the collection of reef wildlife for the aquarium trade. We recently aired a commentary by Robert Winter, President of Snorkel Bob’s Hawai‘i—who believes the governor should sign it. Today we have an opposing view point from Bruce Carlson, a retired marine biologist and former director of the Waikīkī Aquarium. He believes the bill should be vetoed and contributed this commentary to Hawai‘i Public Radio.