After massacre, Chiang asks CalSTRS to divest from gun retailers

California Treasurer John Chiang on Nov. 1, 2017 asked CalSTRS to divest from companies that sell certain kinds of guns and ammunition that are illegal in California. He was joined by the brother of Las Vegas shooting victim Jennifer Irvine.
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California Treasurer John Chiang on Nov. 1, 2017 asked CalSTRS to divest from companies that sell certain kinds of guns and ammunition that are illegal in California. He was joined by the brother of Las Vegas shooting victim Jennifer Irvine.

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