DOVER, Del. (AP) — Democratic lawmakers in Delaware are aiming to ram two gun-control bills through the state Senate.
The proposals would outlaw high-capacity magazines and ban the purchase of handguns unless the buyer first takes a firearms training course, gets fingerprinted and obtains a state permit.
The bills were introduced last week and members of the public will have their first chance to comment on them at a Senate committee hearing Wednesday.
Democratic Senate leaders issued a statement late Tuesday saying the bills will be voted on by the full Senate on Thursday if they are released from committee.
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