The popular eatery had made that change after customers have become uncomfortable around firearms.
(KUSA/CNN) – Chipotle has asked its customers to check their firearms at the door.
The Mexican food chain made the request after gun rights advocates brought military-style rifles into a Texas franchise.
Gun control group Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America began circulating a petition calling on Chipotle to ban guns in its restaurants.
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