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Walmart Pressured To Stop Gun Sales

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Walmart Pressured To Stop Gun Sales

Walmart Pressured To Stop Gun Sales

Walmart Inc said no change will be made in its policy on gun sales after three mass shootings over the weekend.

Guns Down America, an advocacy group, began a petition to urge more change at Walmart on Monday.

Reuters reports the petition calls on Walmart to stop selling firearms and fund gun buybacks.

“The El Paso shooting happened in their store, they have a responsibility to go further.

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