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Topic - Ladd Everitt
"I can't possibly lay any blame at their door. Dealers are in this to make money," Everitt said. "So I don't think we should count on gun dealers to be psychiatrists or law enforcement officers. We need better laws on the books."
"Corporations have great influence in American society," and they're always looking for the next corporate social responsibility charge to lead, said Ladd Everitt, who speaks for the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, The Hill reported.