After taking on Amazon, the democratic socialist has a new target: Walmart.
Walmart warns the Trump administration it may be forced to raise prices in response to tariffs.
Angry Twitter users have called for a boycott of Walmart, even though the retailer also sells plenty of pro-Trump apparel.
Like state legislators, the chain is taking its cue from the CDC's guidelines.
An extremely predictable lesson in consequences
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Stores like Walmart and Sears drop the merchandise.
Actions found justified
Feds previously brought up complaint in November but said they tried to settle with the company
Will begin Thanksgiving evening
Walmart has strict policies about "workplace violence"
Spending cap was lifted
Targeted large retailers
Believe employee is truly apologetic for his comments
To stay competitive in the labor market
Will pay $81 million
Help a store deliver merchandise and get discounts
Campaigners demanding that the retail giant stop selling assault weapons
Objected to the costs of improvement, according to meeting minutes
The anti-Walmart movement battles to protect Americans from cheap groceries.
Company had accused organizers of illegal picketing