About two weeks after a Texas Hill Country store owner advertised a concealed handgun class that was not open to Muslims or Obama supporters, the Austin American-Statesmen reports that Crockett Keller has changed his position, amid negative national attention drawn to the policy as well as a state investigation.

The newspaper wrote:

In a statement released (Monday) evening, Tom Vinger, a spokesman for the Texas Department of Public Safety, said an investigation of Crockett Keller has been closed after Keller "affirmed that he would not refuse instruction to anyone based on national origin, race or religion."

"DPS will have no additional comment at this time," Vinger said.

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