Kansas is facing some pushback against steps toward looser gun legislation's and rules regarding President-elect Trump's inauguration.

FOX's Eben Brown calls the shots with "FOX Bullet Points":

I'm Eben Brown.

This is the year Kansas is supposed to start allowing legally carried firearms at libraries, hospitals and college campuses. But now some state lawmakers are hoping to delay that indefinitely. It takes legislation for that to happen.

Now that the new year and the new Congress is underway, both houses have introduced versions of a bill that would end the need to wait months and pay a $200 fee to buy a suppressor. Currently, suppressors are treated as weapons, but many firearms enthusiasts view them as devices designed to protect a shooter's ears from loud discharge. If the bill becomes law, you'd still need to pass the background check to buy one.

Tomorrow Donald J. Trump becomes the 45th American President. If you're heading to D.C. to witness the inauguration, just a reminder: No guns, even if you have D.C. carry permit.

And those are your Bullet Points! I'm Eben Brown, FOX News.

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