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State Lawmakers Need to Follow Walmart When it Comes to Guns
Submitted by: David Williamson

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Its appalling that big-box stores and outdoor retailers are imposing more stringent rules on gun sales than Washingtons Democratic-controlled state Legislature. But that is exactly what is happening as state lawmakers tiptoe away from minimal gun-control measures in the final days of their 60-day session in Olympia. Since the Feb. 14 school shooting that claimed 17 lives in Parkland, Florida, Walmart has announced it will no longer sell guns to anyone under 21. Kroger, L.L. Bean and Dicks Sporting Goods have done the same.

Comment by: PHORTO (3/7/2018)
Memo to dimwitted editor:

The Constitution doesn't bind Walmart, but it DOES bind federal and state government.


Comment by: netsyscon (3/7/2018)
Yah, read about the law suit starting for age discrimination. I wonder if we can make that into class action!!

Comment by: hisself (3/7/2018)
A lawsuit in Oregon, and now another one in Michigan.

It is oddf that these companies' lawyers did not research to see which states banned age discrimination in businesses open to the public. There are at least 17, which opens these stores to lawsuits in all of them.

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