The Vermont Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved a proposal to allow police to confiscate firearms and explosives from citizens with a judge’s order.
The proposal, which passed with a 30-0 vote, states a police officer could seize firearms from an individual if they were determined to be a risk to themselves or others, WCAX-TV reported.
The Vermont House passed a bill last year that went even further and authorized police to seize firearms without a judge’s approval in some cases. The two different bills could potentially be reconciled. – READ MORE[give_form id=”79809″] [contentcards url=”https://ijr.com/the-declaration/2018/02/1071424-vermont-approved-proposal-police-guns/” target=”_blank”]