The NRA Is Living 'Paycheck To Paycheck,' Spending More On Travel And Less On Gun Safety

Published on 15 Jun 2019, 19:57
The National Rifle Association's 2018 financial report reveals much about the politically prominent group's internal turmoil, which has shaken its leadership and roiled its membership. According to Business Insider, the report shows that the gun-rights organization has spent increasing amounts on administrative and travel costs while slashing its outlays on training programs and political advocacy. The organization and lobbying group ended 2018 in the hole by $10.8 million. Ohio State University accounting professor Brian Mittendorf said the documents depicted the organization like "a person living paycheck to paycheck."

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