A New York judge ruled against the gun group’s former president, who sought compensation for expenses resulting from lawsuits involving the NRA.
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In a new report, Senate Democrats confirm that the gun group’s leaders approved of the Moscow junket, paid some expenses, and referred to it as an NRA undertaking.
Marketing firm Ackerman McQueen said it would “not tolerate” further contact between NRA Chief of Staff Josh Powell and its employees — and that the gun group's reaction drove their professional split.
The gun group’s lawyer said “not a cent” of the nonprofit’s money was spent on helping executive Wayne LaPierre’s house hunt. But accountants flagged a $70,000 payment for doing just that.
The lake views were stunning. But the purchase would very likely have violated nonprofit laws.
Three reform-minded National Rifle Association board members have resigned from the organization less than two…
In a newly obtained document, the accountant raised ethical and billing concerns about the law firm of William A. Brewer III, whose fees totaled $24 million in a year.
Roughly two dozen members of the National Rifle Association’s board of directors are said to be unflinchingly loyal to Wayne LaPierre, and the group’s bylaws make it difficult for dissenters to win seats.
Dissenters continue to fear reprisals, but there are glimmers of momentum for an internal campaign to withhold contributions to the gun group.
A countersuit by ousted NRA president Oliver North points to the gun group leader’s “total dictatorial control over the NRA.”
The gun group asked the ATF to weigh in on checks for residents without the state's new REAL ID. The answer prompted a change they now oppose.