Here are all of the retailers that have stopped selling assault-style rifles and changed firearm policies following gun-control activists' protests
- Some of the largest retailers in America, including Walmart and Dick's Sporting Goods, are changing their gun sales policies.
- A debate over gun control has swept the US following the Parkland, Florida shooting that killed 17 people.
- Gun-control activists are threatening to boycott companies that continue to sell assault-style rifles and don't raise the minimum age to buy guns to 21.
Corporate America is leading the charge for gun-control reform.
Following the shooting that killed 17 people in Parkland, Florida, the nation has been engulfed in a debate over gun control. This week, some of the largest retailers in America have announced changes to their firearm sales policies.
Now, gun-control activists are calling for changes across the industry. Anti-Trump campaign Grab Your Wallet is boycotting retailers that refuse to stop selling assault-style rifles and raise the minimum age to buy guns to 21.
Here are all the retailers that have changed their policies on gun sales following the Parkland, Florida shooting:
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