KAILUA, Oahu (AP) - Here's how President Barack Obama spent Day 14 of his vacation in Hawaii on Friday:
* STAYING IN: Obama spent most of the day at his family's vacation home in Kailua, a sleepy suburb of Honolulu along Oahu's eastern shore. The day was even more low-key than previous days with outings of gym and golf.
* EXECUTIVE PROPOSALS: The Obama administration announced a pair of executive actions aimed at strengthening federal background checks for gun purchasers, with a particular focus on limiting firearm access for those with mental health issues. One proposed rule change aims to clarify terminology used by federal law to prohibit people from purchasing a firearm for mental health reasons. A second proposed change would give hospitals and other entities covered by patient privacy provisions more flexibility in the information they provide to the background check system.
President Barack Obama shakes hands with people outside Island Snow in Kailua on Tuesday. The first family’s annual vacation is expected to end today.
* DEPARTURE PLAN-NED: The White House announced that Obama and the first family planned to depart Honolulu tonight to go back to Washington, D.C.