MONTPELIER, Vt. — The Vermont Senate is expected to vote on a proposal that would allow police to take firearms from people judged to be an extreme risk to themselves or others.

Under the proposal to be voted on Wednesday, a police officer would need to get an order from a judge before seizing any firearms.

The proposal doesn’t go as far as a bill passed by the House last year that would allow police to remove firearms in certain cases without a judge’s order.

Historically, Vermont has been resistant to gun restrictions, but last week, Republican Gov. Phil Scott said he was open to the idea after a teenager was arrested the day after the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, and charged with plotting a Vermont school shooting.