Retail giant Target asks customers to keep guns out of stores
DALLAS, July 2 (Reuters) - U.S. retail giant Target has asked people to keep guns out of its stores after being the subject of campaigns in Texas where people have brandished firearms in store aisles in their attempt to secure more rights to carry guns in public.
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