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There’s No Way I’m Ever Shopping At Walmart Again Unless This Gets Fixed Now. Right Now.

A Walmart store is seen in Landover, Maryland, December 31, 2014. The accidental fatal shooting of a US woman by her own two-
A Walmart store is seen in Landover, Maryland, December 31, 2014. The accidental fatal shooting of a US woman by her own two-year-old son at a Walmart store has left her family devastated and again raised questions about gun safety in America. Veronica Rutledge was out shopping with her son and three nieces on December 30, 2014 in Hayden, Idaho when the child unzipped her handbag -- specially designed to carry a concealed weapon -- and the gun went off. The 29-year-old nuclear research scientist, who held a concealed-carry permit, got the bag last week as a Christmas gift from her husband Colt Rutledge, with whom she shared a passion for guns. 'An inquisitive two-year-old boy reached into the purse, unzipped the compartment, found the gun and shot his mother in the head,' her father-in-law Terry Rutledge told the Washington Post newspaper. AFP PHOTO / SAUL LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

Walmart workers helped the Waltons build that fortune, but many of them have to support themselves with food stamps and food drives.

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