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On Thursday, First National, the country's largest privately held bank, with about $20 billion in assets, said it would stop issuing NRA-branded cards.
The discounts were available to NRA members once they paid the $40 annual fee, and the companies were among the 22 corporations offering discounts and “five star savings” to the gun lobby’s members.
Once again, many of the angry responses to the latest mass shooting focus on blaming the NRA.
But the NRA's influence and financial power is widely overstated.
Advocates for reducing gun violence fail by focusing on fighting the NRA instead of winning over the public with specific proposals
"Dump the NRA!" is a bumper sticker, not a policy. America needs a new policy.
it would stop issuing NRA-branded cards