An Obama-era rule on gun background checks was officially overturned Tuesday.
As expected, President Donald Trump signed a bill that had already passed both houses of Congress.
At the end of his term, former President Barack Obama mandated the Social Security Administration hand the FBI info on any person with a "documented mental health issue" who can't manage their disability benefits without a representative.
The Obama administration predicted the rule would affect roughly 75,000 people. Supporters argued it kept some with serious mental health issues from buying guns.
But opponents argued the rule was too broad and overestimated the risk to the public.
Republicans also argued Obama's rule unfairly discriminated against certain people's Second Amendment rights.