Target has decided to reverse its policy of allowing customers to openly carry firearms in the company's stores.
(ABC News) Target stores have decided to reverse its policy of allowing customers to openly carry firearms in its stores.
Target CEO John Mulligan said the Minneapolis based chain made the change to create an atmosphere it says that is safe and inviting.
Target said bringing firearms creates an environment that is at odds with Its family-friendly shopping and work experience.
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