HARRISBURG — The Republican-controlled Pennsylvania Senate gave unanimous approval Wednesday to a bill to force people with a domestic violence ruling against them to more quickly forfeit their firearms, a bill that includes last-minute changes negotiated by the National Rifle Association and other gun-rights groups.

The bill, part of a package of domestic violence-prevention bills, is now before the House. Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf supports it, although its ultimate fate in the Republican-controlled House is unclear.

The bill passed without debate.

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