Gun control group organizing boycott of Starbucks


Starbucks has been thrown smack into the middle of the national gun debate. A group of mothers called "Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America" are telling people to skip Starbucks this Saturday. They're trying to force the coffee giant to change its gun policy. This comes less than two weeks after "Starbucks Appreciation Day," in which Starbucks customers toted guns into the coffee shop. In the states where people are allowed to carry around loaded guns, Starbucks customers are always welcome to bring their guns into stores. (0:32)

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