DANBURY, Conn. — At a Wal-Mart store here Tuesday, Jan. 15, gun violence survivors and others will deliver a letter and a petition with about 250,000 names asking the retailer to stop the sale of assault weapons and munitions in its stores nationwide. The store is located near Newtown, Conn., where 20 schoolchildren and six adults were killed by a shooter using an assault weapon at the Sandy Hook Elementary School last month. The action is being organized by SumOfUs.org, a ...

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