Legislation banning bump stocks and similar devices that make guns fire faster is now law.
Bill sponsor, House Majority Leader Valerie Longhurst, said she started pushing for the bill after a shooter used bump stocks to kill 58 people at a country music concert in Las Vegas last year.
Longhurst said outdoor events like this week’s Firefly Music Festival in Dover now make her nervous.
“Is it going to solve everything," she said. "No, it’s not going to solve everything. But we took something off the streets that shouldn’t have been on the streets.”