NRA

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Mar 2, 2018 03:41
More and more corporations have severed a relationship with National Rifle Association since mass shootings happened at a high school in Florida two weeks ago. They offered a discount in their products or service if their customers had a membership with NRA. Many people started thinking of doing something to stop this kind of tragedy, like introducing a strict gun control. The argument was brought up every time mass shootings were repeated, but nothing has changed because of NRA's lobbying campaign. It seems, however, that some companies noticed that it would hurt their brand value and reputation if they keep having connection with NRA. The president suggested that school teachers should have a gun at school. I'm afraid that American common sense in guns is far away from that of other countries.