Before the gun group tapped William A. Brewer III for a pair of high-stakes legal battles, he was fined for attempting to improperly influence potential jurors and witnesses in Texas.
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Following New York’s Lead, Washington State Will Investigate the NRA’s Controversial Insurance Products
The state’s insurance commissioner is investigating whether the NRA's Carry Guard insurance violates state law.
Lockton, the insurance broker behind the NRA’s Carry Guard program, argued in a court filing that the organization’s “inflammatory marketing” made it an inevitable pariah.
Events are planned for at least 22 cities around the country. We spoke with organizers about their plans and motivations.
The NRA contends that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s campaign to pressure insurers and financial services companies to cut ties with the gun group could deeply harm its financial health and ability to “fulfill its advocacy objectives.”
Following a Trace investigation, Starboard Strategic Inc’s leadership continues to duck inquiries that would clarify how it complies with laws meant to prevent giving candidates unfair advantages.
Our NRA Campaign Spending Tracker analyzes FEC reports to show you exactly how much the group is putting behind its favored candidates.
We Translated Maria Butina’s Russian Blog Posts. Here’s What They Reveal About Her Obsession with the NRA.
In her writings online, the accused foreign agent detailed her trips to the U.S. to experience gun culture, and her efforts to establish a “Russian analog for the NRA.”
Maria Butina wrote in her blog that she was only allowed entry into the country after leaders of the gun-rights group visited her in Russia.
Maria Butina, a Russian national who launched that country's version of the National Rifle Association — and hosted American gun rights advocates in Moscow in 2013 — was charged on Monday with spying for the Russian government.