El Paso Walmart Discusses Reopening Plans After Massacre

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The El Paso Walmart where 22-people were killed in a mass shooting reveals plans to reopen for business. In a statement, a store spokesperson said the site of the August 3rd massacre is being completely renovated. The reopening is expected within the next three or four months. The statement also says community input will be taken into account for a planned permanent memorial to the shooting victims at the store.

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