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NEW YORK — Kroger and L.L. Bean said Thursday they will no longer sell guns to anyone under 21, becoming the third and fourth major retailers this week to put restrictions in place that are stronger than federal laws. The announcements follow those by Dick's Sporting Goods and Walmart, emphasizing the pressure companies are facing to take a stand.



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March 2 (UPI) -- President Donald Trump[1] and Vice President Mike Pence[2] met again with National Rifle Association lobbyists at the White House late Thursday, the second time in less than a week the president has met with the controversial group.

The meeting came one day after Trump met with a bipartisan group of lawmakers to discuss gun control[3].

"Good (Great) meeting in the Oval...

Trump Image copyright AFP/Getty Image caption Mr Trump described his NRA meeting as "great" President Donald Trump has hailed a meeting with a top National Rifle Association (NRA) lobbyist a day after saying that lawmakers were "petrified" of the organisation.

Both Mr Trump and NRA lobbyist Chris Cox described their talks on Thursday as "great" on social media.


The president supported

Gun Buyers ClubArming teachers is a 'cruel, absurd' demand

While I applaud President Donald Trump for convening a listening group on gun violence, I am appalled that he would suggest that having “gun-adept, highly trained teachers” in every school is the answer to stopping school shootings. Think about that. Really think about it.


Training for active-shooter situations is not just a matter of going out to a shooting range and popping off a few rounds at a paper

Gun Buyers ClubThe Latest on President Donald Trump, Congress and the gun debate (all times local):

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President Donald Trump has met again with top National Rifle Association officials as he weighs ideas for preventing the next school shooting.

Trump tweeted Thursday evening that he'd had a "Good (Great) meeting in the Oval Office tonight with the NRA!"


The group's executive director, Chris Cox, is also tweeting about the meeting, saying Trump, Vice President Mike

The deadly school shooting this month in Parkland, Florida, has ignited national outrage and calls for action on gun reform. But while certain policies may help decrease gun violence in general, it’s unlikely that any of them will prevent mass school shootings, according to James Alan Fox, the Lipman Family Professor of Criminology, Law, and Public Policy at Northeastern.