These Retailers Have Changed Their Gun Policies Since Parkland

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On February 28, Dick's Sporting Goods became the first major U.S. firearm retailer to change its gun sale policies since the Parkland school shooting on February 14. Within 24 hours, Walmart and Kroger announced that they were doing the same.
Here is a list of retailers that have changed their gun sale policies in light of the most recent mass shooting.

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