The Vermont House this week passed legislation imposing new restrictions on gun ownership, including raising the legal age for buying a gun to 21 years old.
The legislation passed Tuesday in the Vermont House by a vote of 89 to 54, falling mostly along party lines, the Associated Press reported.
It’s the second time the legislation was approved by the House, something required by Vermont law. A version of the bill has also passed Vermont’s Senate, but the Senate must pass the bill for a second time.
The House legislation also bans high-capacity magazines and bump stocks.