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Grocer Chain Refuses to Serve Gun-Carrying Customers

North Carolina-based grocer The Fresh Market says it will refuse to serve law-abiding customers who carry guns for self-defense. The decision came amid pressure from the Micheal Bloomberg-funded group, Moms Demand Action, which claims to have “gathered nearly 4,000 signatures

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Dallas-Area Megachurch Embraces Open Carry

With open carry of handguns in Texas set to become law on January 1, First Baptist Church of Arlington has decided to allow congregants with concealed licenses to carry openly in church buildings if they so choose.

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Major Texas Grocery Chains Say No to Open Carry

Texas’ homegrown grocery chain, H-E-B, announced it will forbid the open carry of firearms in their 316 stores when the law changes later this week. On Friday, Texas law will change to allow holders of a Concealed Handgun License to openly carry handguns that are secured by belt or shoulder holsters.

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Kroger CFO: We Reject Moms Demand Action’s Push To Disarm Our Customers

During a March 25 appearance on CNBC’s Squawk Box, Kroger CFO Michael Schlotman said the retail food chain will not comply with the demands of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, especially as those demands touch on changing store policy to disarm open-carry customers in states where openly carrying a gun in Kroger is legal.

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