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Gun bans: Starbucks gets it

Monday, March 8, 2010

Starbucks, the Seattle based coffee house chain, is in hot water with gun control advocates for allowing patrons to openly carry firearms in its shops where local laws permit. The company issued a statement explaining that if it banned guns in its coffee shops "we would be forced to require our partners to ask law abiding customers to leave our stores."

Read Original at: The Union Leader (Manchester, N.H.)

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