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The new Democratic majority in the General Assembly is advancing more gun-related bills, including one that critics say could wrongly involve trying to determine a gun owner’s state of mind. The bill provides that persons assembling with others while armed doing so with others with the intent of intimidating anyone else is guilty of a felony. It advanced out of committee yesterday to the full Senate, as WFIR’s Evan Jones reports:

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