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NGO Rejoinder

4 Feb 2020

Business Must Act Coalition

Business Must Act Coalition's rejoinder to Jos. A. Bank

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If Jos. A. Bank is truly dedicated to “providing a safe environment for our employees to work and customers to visit,” then it has a responsibility to do everything it can to help build safer communities with fewer guns. That means: 1) adopting a national policy that asks all customers to avoid bringing guns into their stores, 2) lobbying lawmakers on gun reform (including state lawmakers who are responsible for open carry laws), 3) investing in the communities they serve by supporting community-based gun violence intervention programs.