Naturally each distributor chooses what titles they want to sell, based on the topic, niche etc.
What happened here is that BnN first agreed to sell the magazine and then pulled a single issue because they didn't like what was written in it. That's much worse than not having the magazine at all in the first place. Once they've promised to sell it, they have an obligation to do it. I would even suspect they were breaching some contracts.
It is not the distributors job to arbitrarily censor the content they are distributing. This is wrong in so many ways, I certainly hope it is not allowed by either law or contract.
What's next, approving single articles? How about pulling issues that put them in a negative light?
This is a plain stupid censorship attempt.
I can't believe there are people who would think the magazine has any fault in this for choosing the wrong title.