No More Guns: Time Warner Cable Bans Semi-Automatic Weapons From Ads

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A major semi-automatic gun ban just went into effect in America, without the President, Congress or any other government entity doing a thing.

In a statement obtained by Multichannel.com, Time Warner Cable, the second largest cable provider in the country, announced:

“We no longer accept ads showing semi-automatic weapons and guns pointed at people. We stand by this policy. If it’s essential to a business owner to show this kind of imagery in their commercials, there are other advertising options in the marketplace.”

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