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The 35 page response takes a time to read. It argues that NY can properly sue to have a compliance monitor (a receiver, by another name, to monitor the organization’s use of its members’ money) and a governance expert (to keep an eye on things generally). Major points follow: “In doing so, the Court acknowledgedContinue reading “NY Attorney General Responds To Second, No, Third Motion To Dismiss”
Marion Hammer, the board’s enforcer, has announced her retirement. “I am grateful that Marion will stay on as an advisor to the Association – so our members can continue to benefit from her expertise and defense of their freedoms,” said Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president and CEO of the NRA.” How convenient that she remainsContinue reading “Marion Hammer Retiring, But Keeping Hand In The Till”
NRA’s financial debacle hurts it again. LaPierre cites NRA’s School Shield school safety program, without realizing that the program’s employees were all laid off in the NRA staff cuts of early 2020, and no grants have been given out since 2019 (when nearly a million was given out to 110 schools). Zero for the lastContinue reading “School Shield”
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