Academy Sports + Outdoors responds to Dick’s Sporting Goods gun sales news – KPRC Click2Houston


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Academy Sports + Outdoors responds to Dick’s Sporting Goods gun sales news
KPRC Click2Houston
HOUSTON – Academy Sports + Outdoors is responding to the news Wednesday that Dick’s Sporting Goods, the nation’s largest sporting goods retailer, will stop selling assault-style weapons like the one used in the Parkland, Florida, high school shooting
Update: Academy gives stance on gun regulations after Dick’s alters policiesHouston Business Journal
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Troubled Oregon dairy faces restraining order – East Oregonian


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Troubled Oregon dairy faces restraining order
East Oregonian
The Lost Valley Farm near Boardman has again landed in trouble with Oregon’s water regulators, who have sought a temporary restraining order against the facility for continued wastewater violations. In January, the Oregon Department of Agriculture
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Dick’s Sporting Goods, Major Gun Retailer, Stops Selling Assault-Style Weapons – New York Times


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Dick’s Sporting Goods, Major Gun Retailer, Stops Selling Assault-Style Weapons
New York Times
One of the nation’s largest sports retailers, Dick’s Sporting Goods, said Wednesday that it was immediately ending sales of all assault-style rifles in its stores. The retailer also said that it would no longer sell high-capacity magazines and that it
Dick’s Sporting Goods will stop selling assault-style rifles after selling gun to suspect in Florida school shootingBusiness Insider
Dick’s Sporting Goods Ends Sale Of Assault-Style Rifles, Citing Florida ShootingNPR
Dick’s Sporting Goods bans sales of assault-style weapons after Parkland, Florida school shootingUSA TODAY
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Film festival at EWU hopes to highlight women in outdoors, change stereotypes – The Spokesman-Review


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Film festival at EWU hopes to highlight women in outdoors, change stereotypes
The Spokesman-Review
It’s that culture that a film festival coming to Eastern Washington University hopes to highlight and incrementally change. On Friday, 13 films will be shown at EWU’s Riverpoint Campus as part of the “No Man’s Land” touring film festival. The all