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Which Rhode Island Politicians Receive the Most Cash from the NRA?

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

 

With all eyes on the tragedy in Newtown, CT, there has been plenty of talk in Washington and across the United States about reforming gun laws. So how connected is the National Rifle Association (NRA), the nation’s most well-known gun advocacy group in country, to Rhode Island?

The answer: Not much.

Since 2002, the NRA’s Political Victory Fund PAC has spent just under $90,000 on campaign contributions and other political expenditures. GoLocalProv breaks down who has received the most money.
 

 

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