NRA Plans to Make Bloomberg the Issue to Counter Gun Control Ads

March 2013
Moderate Voice;03/24/2013, p8
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The article focuses on the National Rifle Association of America's (NRA) plans to attack New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg for his gun control efforts. Bloomberg pumped nearly 10 million dollars into political action committee (PAC) Independence USA which played a role in defeating pro-gun rights congressman Rep. Joe Baca, and NRA supported candidate Debbie Halvorson in the Democratic primary for Illinois' 2nd congressional district.


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