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A Walmart logo forms part of a sign outside a Walmart store, Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019, in Walpole, Mass. Walmart is going back to its folksy hunting heritage and getting rid of anything that's not related to a hunting rifle after a mass shooting this summer. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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Walmart Curbs Ammunition Sales, Calls For Stronger Background Checks

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After his company's response to the Parkland shooting, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack became an unlikely corporate face of gun control. Scott Dalton/Invision for DICK'S Sporting Goods/AP Images hide caption

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Soul-Searching After Parkland, Dick's CEO Embraces Tougher Stance On Guns

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Firearms salesman Nathan Williams at the Outdoorsman gun shop in Santa Fe, N.M., on Jan. 5. Since Donald Trump's election, background checks have fallen three straight months from year-ago levels. Morgan Lee/AP hide caption

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'Democrats Are Good For Gun Sales': Guess What Happened After Trump's Election

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Then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves to the crowd after speaking at the National Rifle Association convention in May 2016. The NRA supports the repeal of the Obama-era rule. Mark Humphrey/AP hide caption

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Gun shop owner Jeff Binkley displays a Glock 9mm pistol at Sarge's Sidearms in Benson, Ariz., in September. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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With Trump Win, Gun Sellers See Win — And Loss

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The handgun sales counter at Northwest Armory in Portland, Ore. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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In Campaign For Tougher Gun Laws, Advocates Focus On States

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A screen shot of Armstlist.com, a website where you can buy and sell guns online. Via Armslist.com hide caption

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Obama Aims To Expand Background Checks To Online Gun Sales

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Milwaukee police officers Bryan Norberg (right) and Graham Kunisch were both shot in 2009. Tuesday, they won a jury award of nearly $6 million against the gun store that sold the weapon used against them. Morry Gash/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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