NRA Letter Asking Senator Feinstein For Correction About S. 1237
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Senator Dianne Feinstein claimed in constituent communication that NRA supports S. 1237, legislation that would allow the Attorney General to deny firearm purchases if the person is "suspected" (but not proven) to be involved in terrorist activity. In fact, NRA has opposed this bill from the moment it was introduced.
Click here to read the letter from Chris W. Cox, NRA-ILA Executive Director, to Senator Feinstein seeking a correction regarding NRA's position on this bill.
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