ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. (AP) - Vermont lawmakers are asking citizens for his or her comments on 3 expenses referring to gun legislation.
The Caledonian Record reviews the Senate Committee on Judiciary will host a public hearing subsequent week on two Senate expenses and one House invoice.
The House invoice would permit legislation enforcement to confiscate firearms the place an individual is arrested or cited for home attack.
One Senate invoice helps a common background take a look at for all firearm transactions. The different Senate invoice would permit police to establish an individual they imagine will have to now not have a gun and petition the courtroom to clutch the firearm.
The hearing is scheduled for Tuesday night on the Montpelier State House.
Republican Sen. Joe Benning, who serves on the judiciary committee, says he expects up to 2,000 other folks to attend.