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The NRA is on the run

For all of those who thought they’d never witness it, it appears the National Rifle Association is on the run.
A growing number of its long time allies who stuck with the association’s “never give an inch” positions are cautiously distancing themselves from the organization in light of the national outrage over the murders of 17 students and faculty at a high school in Parkland Fla.
Several large corporations have severed their business ties with the NRA, withdrawing from underwriting insurance coverage or offering discounts to members.
Accustomed to using its deep pockets and organizational resources to support ...


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