Three gun reform laws cleared the Rhode Island Senate Tuesday night, including a controversial one that limits firearms to just 10 rounds per magazine, spurring an outburst from pro-Second Amendment advocates in the chamber's gallery.
"Vote them out," the spectators shouted, WLNE reported. The disruption caused Senate President Dominick Ruggerio to order security to clear the gallery, according to the report.
The bills seek to raise the age to purchase firearms and ammunition to 21, from 18, while another bars people from open carrying rifles and shotguns. The Senate voted 31-5 on these measures, WLNE reported.