The NRA is classified as a 501(c)(4), or a "social welfare organization."
Gun rights lobbyists spend more, but gun control groups can focus on reforming states — where they can push for change and pressure businesses.
In recent years, the NRA has increased spending on communications and advertising.
Florida's concealed carry and "stand your ground" laws all started under Marion Hammer's guidance.
Do companies need to pick a stance publicly or is that taking politics too far? We want to hear from you.
For some conservatives, the dispute between the NRA and Delta isn't about guns, it's about the free market
Companies such as Dick’s Sporting Goods and Delta Air Lines have joined the list of businesses taking a stand against gun violence — but it’s Delta that’s met with a tremendous amount of backlash after the airline announced it would no longer offer discounts to National Rifle Association members. Conservative politicians in Georgia, where the […]
The National Rifle Association spent about $5 million lobbying Congress last year. That’s up from around $1.5 million 10 years ago, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. But the NRA is not just a Washington lobbying powerhouse. Its reach extends across the country. Click the audio player above for the full story.
New rules on patient privacy and mental health records for gun background check.