NRA finds some GOP lawmakers resistant to pro-gun laws
Disagreement » Republicans may not always be supportive for the gun rights group.
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The stakes are high in the race for Maggart’s seat. Her defeat would reinforce the NRA’s strength in forcing lawmakers to go along with their plans. But McCormick, the GOP leader in the House, predicted another result.
"The NRA has put itself so far out on a limb that they’ve lost a lot of credibility, and I think you’ll see the results of that on Election Day when Debra Maggart gets re-elected," he said.
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