ALDI joins growing list of companies asking customers not to openly carry guns into its stores
Grocery store chain ALDI is joining a growing list of retailers asking customers not to openly carry guns into stores in states where it is legal to do so including Tennessee and Kentucky.
According to a tweet put out by the company, only authorized law enforcement personnel will be allowed to continue openly carrying firearms in its over 1,900 US stores.
Tennessee law requires a permit to open carry.
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