Dissenters continue to fear reprisals, but there are glimmers of momentum for an internal campaign to withhold contributions to the gun group.
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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.
Voters in several states have gone to the polls to approve new gun reforms. Now the NRA is backing bills to constrain the ballot initiative process.
A group of members wants to root out corruption in order to “Save the Second.”
Chris Cox announced he was leaving the organization after being suspended last week. Separately, the gun group severed ties with Ackerman McQueen amid an ongoing legal battle.
The gun group alleged in a new lawsuit that its second-ranking leader was part of an April attempt to oust Wayne LaPierre.
Using fraudulent invoices, Woody Phillips diverted more than $1 million from a consulting firm to his personal account.
The pre-eminent gun rights organization is mired in scandal, but its political influence across the United States remains vast.
How vendors and executives are bleeding the gun group dry.
The gun group's foundation directed at least $180K to a nonprofit run by Susan LaPierre, who also asked NRA vendors to contribute.
For the second time in two months, the National Rifle Association is taking its longtime marketing firm Ackerman McQueen to court.