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Prohibited Items at the U.S. Capitol during Inauguration

The following items will be prohibited from the ticketed viewing areas at the U.S. Capitol grounds:  

-          Aerosol sprays
-          Air horns
-          Alcoholic beverages
-          Animals (other than service animals)
-          Backpacks
-          Coolers
-          Duffel bags
-          Explosives of any kind (including fireworks)
-          Firearms and ammunition (either real or simulated) 
-          Glass containers
-          Knives, blades or sharp objects (of any length)
-          Large bags
-          Laser pointers       
-          Mace and/or pepper spray
-          Packages
-          Pocket or hand tools, such as "Leatherman" tools
-          Portable chairs (other than those for disabled persons)
-          Posters
-          Signs
-          Sticks or poles
-          Strollers
-          Suitcases
-          Thermoses
-          Umbrellas
-          Other items that may pose a threat to the security of the event as determined by and at the discretion of the security screener

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