Restaurant brands once again have been pulled into the debate over gun control in the United States — as recent incidents with Chili’s Grill & Bar and Sonic Drive-In this week show — and addressing the matter with public statements does not necessarily muzzle arguments that can overtake chains’ social media profiles. RELATED • When corporate policies become public fodder • Starbucks asks customers to leave guns at home • More restaurant ...
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