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12 January 2020

Myanmar: Western Union cut ties with military-owned Myawaddy Bank over alleged genocide & war crimes

Author: Nay Myo Htun,Ye Kaung Myint Maung, & Roseanne Gerin, Radio Free Asia

"Myanmar Military Shrugs Off Western Union Decision to Cut Ties With Army-owned Bank", 9 January 2020...

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Story
8 January 2020

USA: Business Must Act Coalition calls on 29 companies to prohibit guns in their stores & invest in community safety

The Business Must Act Coalition, comprised of 26 civil society groups, believes that American businesses have a civic responsibility to keep their customers and employees safe from gun violence in the absence of US government action on gun reform. In...

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Company response
7 January 2020

Dunkin's response to F grade in gun safety scorecard

Author: Dunkin'

Dunkin’ restaurants are owned and operated by independent franchisees who are required to adhere to all federal, state and local laws and regulations.

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Company response
7 January 2020

Jos. A. Bank's response to F grade in gun safety scorecard

Author: Jos. A. Bank

Jos. A. Bank is uncompromising in our dedication to providing a safe environment for our employees to work and customers to visit. We abide by all applicable laws and regulations, and have sound policies in place to advance this commitment.

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Company response
7 January 2020

Starbucks' response to B grade in gun safety scorecard

Author: Starbucks

More information on this can be found in a 2013 letter from Howard Schultz, here....

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Company response
7 January 2020

T.J. Maxx response to D grade in gun safety scorecard

Author: T.J. Maxx

Thank you for reaching out and providing us the opportunity to comment on our D grade. We care deeply about the safety of our Associates and customers. Associate and customer safety is, and always will be, a top priority. We do not sell firearms or...

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Company response
7 January 2020

The Home Depot's response to F grade in gun safety scorecard

Author: The Home Depot

The Home Depot allows guns in stores where it’s legal to do so, which is based on the decision of local elected officials.

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Company non-response
6 January 2020

7-Eleven did not respond to F grade in gun safety scorecard

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Company non-response
6 January 2020

Ace Hardware did not respond to F grade in gun safety scorecard

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Company non-response
6 January 2020

Applebee's did not respond to F grade in gun safety scorecard

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