Lawmakers to reintroduce bill in wake of Azana Salon & Spa shooting

MADISON (AP) -- Democratic state lawmakers plan to reintroduce a bill designed to take guns away from perpetrators of domestic violence.

The call to pass the proposal comes in response to a shooting Sunday, October 21st in a spa near Milwaukee in which authorities say Radcliffe Franklin Haughton killed his wife and two others before killing himself.

A judge issued a restraining order against Haughton on Thursday, October 18th and prohibited him from owning a firearm.

Democratic state Sen. Lena Taylor says there are inconsistent standards across the state for the collection of weapons. The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department has not responded to messages left asking whether Haughton surrendered any weapons as ordered.

Under the bill previously introduced in 2009, those ordered to turn over their weapons would have to comply within 48 hours or face arrest.

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