Santa Fe High School Shooting Victims’ Families, Survivors Settle With Ammunition Seller
Houston, TX (USA TODAY) – Survivors and families of the victims of a mass shooting at a Texas high school settled a lawsuit with companies that sold and shipped ammunition to the gunman, attorneys announced Thursday.
The “first-of-its-kind agreement” requires the seller to maintain an age verification system at the point of sale for all ammunition sales, according to Everytown Law, the litigation arm of Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund.
More information regarding the specifics of this case can be found here.
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