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Walmart issues apology to MSU professor over fishing license

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BOZEMAN, Mont. -

One of the worlds largest retailers is apologizing to a Montana State University professor following an incident involving his fishing license in 2016.

In February of that year, Dr. Gilbride Kalonde went to the Bozeman Walmart to renew his fishing license. Shortly after, Dr. Kalonde noticed the associate had manually written in "clean toilets" on the line indicating profession.

For more on the background and how the Montana ACLU became involved click here

The Montana Human Rights Bureau complaint is available on the ACLU of Montana website.

You'll find a copy of Walmart's Apology below.

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