Walmart Takes Down Any Signs of Violence in Stores

Last week’s mass shootings may not get congress to act, but they’ve lit a fire under the nation’s largest retailer.

Walmart is taking down all signs and displays from its stores that depict violence following the mass shooting at an El Paso, Texas Walmart that killed 22 people, and the shooting in a Dayton, Ohio nightclub district that killed nine more.

Employees have been instructed to remove any marketing material and turn off video game consoles that show violence. No videos or video games will be removed from shelves and there is no change in the company’s policy regarding gun sales.

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