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Firearms not welcome in some US shops

Businesses in northwestern US city of Seattle set up so-called gun-free zones despite divisive nature of the issue.

Last Modified: 27 Oct 2013 08:56
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Gun control has always been a highly divisive issue in the US. But in the city of Seattle, 100 businesses have set up so-called gun-free zones. They are telling their customers that firearms are not welcome in their shops.

Al Jazeera's Tonya Mosley reports.

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