Sunday, August 11, 2013

Starbucks Closes Store In Advance Of Pro-2nd Amendment Rally

A notice was taped to the front door of a Newtown, Connecticut Starbucks: "Out of respect for Newtown... we have decided to close our store early today."


(The Courant) The Starbucks store here closed early Friday, taping a notice to its front door that indicated that it didn't want to take part in a national observance by gun advocates.

The advocates had planned to meet at Starbucks stores across the country Friday evening to show their appreciation that the Seattle-based corporation does not prohibit customers from entering its stores with firearms in states that have open-carry laws.

The store in Newtown was listed as one of the stores to be visited. On Dec. 14, 20 first-graders and six educators were killed by a gunman at the town's Sandy Hook Elementary School. Many of the town's residents have been vocal supporters of stronger gun control laws.

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Posted By: Chris Carmouche