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CCRKBA Slams Software Company's "Corporate Policy of Coercion

Blacklisting Coercion

BELLEVUE, WA – Breaking news that a San Francisco-based business software company is dictating to certain retailers what they can or cannot sell at the risk of being unable to use its software was slammed today by the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms as a form of “corporate coercion and social bigotry.” The Washington Post reported that advised retailers such as Camping World to stop selling certain types of semiautomatic rifles and ammunition magazines or face losing the use of the company’ business software. “This is outrageous,” said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb. “Here are...

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