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A campaign finance watchdog and a gun-safety advocacy group on Monday asked the Federal Election Commission to investigate allegations of illegal campaign coordination between Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale of Montana and the National Rifle Association. The Campaign Legal Center and the group Giffords say in their FEC complaint that... [Read More]
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A campaign finance watchdog group and a gun-safety advocacy organization have filed a complaint against U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale of Montana and the National Rifle Association's lobbying arm. Campaign …... [Read More]
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A campaign finance watchdog group has filed a complaint against U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale of Montana and the National Rifle Association's lobbying arm. [Read More]
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A campaign finance watchdog group and a gun-safety advocacy organization have filed a complaint against U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale of Montana and the National Rifle Association's lobbying arm. [Read More]
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A campaign finance watchdog group has filed a complaint against U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale of Montana and the National Rifle Association's lobbying arm. The Washington, D.C.-based Campaign Legal Center alleges in the Federal Election Commission complaint filed Monday that the Montana Republican and the gun-rights group illegally coordinated an NRA ad buy this month. The allegation was made after The Daily Beast posted an audio recording of Rosendale saying he expected the NRA to support him in his campaign against Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester. [Read More]
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Beto O'Rourke, the Democratic challenger to Senator Ted Cruz (R., Tex.), kept up his attack on the National Rifle Association and reiterated his opposition to using guns to protect schools during a town hall speech last weekend. While speaking to a crowd at Texas State University, the Democrat said he doesn't take money from political action committees (though he has accepted bundled contributions from liberal PACs like J Street and Democracy Engine Inc.) because he doesn't want his constituents to wonder if he's making decisions based on who has donated to him. [Read More]
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Demonstrators pledged to boycott venues that host the National Rifle Association at a protest over a planned fundraiser in New Hyde Park. [Read More]
An all-terrain outdoor wheelchair is available for public use in northern Illinois. Winnebago County is the first in the state to offer a battery-operated outdoor wheelchair to rent and use for free, the Rockford Register Star reported. Residents can borrow the wheelchair by making a refundable $50 deposit that's returned when the wheelchair is brought back in the same condition. Jeremy Oster of Rockton nonprofit Hononegah Archery worked with Access Ability Wisconsin to host the wheelchair. A $25,000 grant from the Friends of National Rifle Association helped cover the cost of the wheelchair and a trailer to haul it... [Read More]
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Albuquerque's mayor says he's ending the city's contract with the National Rifle Association to host an annual shooting championship for police. The Albuquerque Journal reports Mayor Tim Keller announced late …... [Read More]
Democrats questioned Thursday whether U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale illegally coordinated with the National Rifle Association based on an audio recording of the Montana Republican saying the... [Read More]
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The spokeswoman for the National Rifle Association said that if Botham Shem Jean was a gun owner, he might still be alive. Jean, 26, was killed on Sept. 6 by off-duty, uniformed Dallas police officer Amber Guyger. ... [Read More]
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The National Rifle Association is "on the ropes"" former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg told a Seattle gun safety rally on Friday. At the rally, however, Bloomberg and Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan paid tribute to students, who have campaigned for gun safety since the massacre of 17 people at a Parkland, Fla., high school last February. A Pierce County high school student shared the dais with billionaire Bloomberg on Friday.  The message from Kyungmin Yook:  "Too many of my leaders have failed me by not taking action on gun violence." [Read More]
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The spokeswoman for the National Rifle Association said that if Botham Shem Jean was a gun owner, he might still be alive. [Read More]
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Various states all across the country participate in something called the Governor's 20 program, a competition established by the National Rifle Association to recognize the twenty best law enforcement marksmen in each state. Or as the NRA describes it on their site: The NRA Governor's Twenty Program was designed to recognize the top twenty law enforcement officers …... [Read More]
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A lawyer representing the National Rifle Association in a Virginia lawsuit has been removed from the case for not disclosing an ethical sanction. The Washington Post reports William Brewer III was to defend the NRA against an insurance broker, but wasn't licensed in Virginia. To proceed, he signed a form vouching for... [Read More]
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The National Rifle Association's video shows Thomas & Friends wearing hoods while riding on flaming tracks. [Read More]
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A Republican Senate candidate in Montana is facing questions over comments he made suggesting he knew of the National Rifle Association's plans to be involved in his race -- a move that experts say... [Read More]
The Republican nominee for Montana's contested Senate seat, Matt Rosendale, is facing accusations that he improperly coordinated with the National Rifle Association on an ad buy after a leaked audio recording was published Thursday by the Daily Beast. Rosendale's campaign and the NRA's lobbying arm, the Institute for Legislative Action, deny any improper activity. They say that the audio reveals only Rosendale discussing an endorsement in his race against Sen. Jon Tester, D, and not any campaign ads. The audio recording appears to show Rosendale discussing a conversation he had with Chris Cox, the NRA-ILA's executive director, regarding the... [Read More]
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A Republican Senate candidate in Montana is facing questions over comments he made suggesting he knew of the National Rifle Association's plans to be involved in his race... [Read More]
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A Republican Senate candidate in Montana is facing questions over comments he made suggesting he knew of the National Rifle Association's plans to be involved in his race — a move that experts say could violate campaign finance laws meant to prohibit campaigns from coordinating with outside groups. The comments, recorded on audio first published …... [Read More]
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