Midday Tuesday, Doug McMillon, Walmart’s chief executive, sent me a surprise email. He shared a series of policies the company was about to make public about combating gun violence since the mass shooting that killed 22 people at one of his El Paso stores last month.
Mr. McMillon’s email was a reply of sorts to an open letter I had written to him, along with the outcry he heard from scores of
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