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Walmart Refuses to Print Couple's 'Controversial' Engagement Photo (Video)

Stephanie Wehner and Mitch Strobl took engagement photos and submitted them to Walmart to print. But Walmart quickly refused, claiming the photos 'promote gang culture'. Wehner and Strobl were stunned by the reasoning, feeling that holding firearms because they are hunters is very different from promoting gang culture. Further, they found the claim ironic because Walmart sells guns.

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