Legislation that would guns out of the hands of people who are deemed to pose a public danger by the courts has been approved in the State Senate. House Bill 222, which creates a Lethal Violence Protection Order, was approved with a vote of 20 yes and 1 absent. It passed in the State House with a unanimous vote earlier this month. The bill is headed to the Governor for his signature. Another piece of legislation, Senate Bill 163, which would ban the future sale of military-style assault weapons in Delaware, was defeated in committee. Two Democrats joined the Republicans on the committee to prevent a debate.