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In 1996, Sheryl Crow's second album was banned from Wal-Mart after one of her lyrics referenced the store's relaxed gun sales.

23 years later, however, following a shooting at a Wal-Mart in El Paso, Texas that left 22 dead, the company has finally decided it will "no longer sell handguns, handgun ammunition, or ammunition that can be used in military-style assault rifles."

Crowe happily reacted to the news on Buzzfeed's AM to DM.

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