The Wisconsin state Capitol in Madison is seen, Jan. 14, 2014.
MADISON (AP) - An anti-domestic abuse group is urging legislators to pass a bill that would establish a legal process for seizing firearms from people under restraining orders.Current Wisconsin law requires people subject to domestic violence injunctions to surrender their firearms but doesn't establish a formal process.Rep. Garey Bies introduced a bill in October that would require the subject of a restraining order to document any guns he or she might possess. A judge would verify the information at a hearing and order the subject to surrender the firearms to the sheriff or a designated recipient.End Domestic Violence Wisconsin held a news conference Wednesday urging Assembly Speaker Robin Vos to schedule a vote next week. A Vos spokeswoman didn't immediately return a message.
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