DOVER, DE (AP) – The Delaware state Senate approved proposals to outlaw high-capacity magazines and require anyone wanting to buy a handgun to first take a training course, be fingerprinted, and obtain a permit from the state. The bills passed the Democrat-controlled chamber Thursday with no GOP support. They now go to the Democrat-led House for consideration after the legislature’s two-week Easter break. Supporters contend that the bills will help reduce gun homicides, suicides, and violent crime. Opponents argue that bills are constitutionally suspect, racially discriminatory, and will not reduce gun violence by criminals.