GOP senators have agreed to delay a vote on a bill that would allow states to opt out of requiring gun buyers to register and report all weapons in their homes.
The measure was a key component of Trump’s push to expand background checks and expand gun-show licensing requirements.
The move came in the wake of the deadly Las Vegas shooting last month, in which 64 people were killed at a country music festival and more than 500 injured.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has been reviewing the bill since late January.
Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., who introduced the legislation, said it would provide states more flexibility to set their own policies on firearm sales.
The legislation is expected to pass on a party-line vote.
Toomeys office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Read more at The Hill.