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After fight with Harrisburg mayor, NRA awards grant to National Civil War Museum

Friday, January 8, 2016

After a fight with Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse over a $50,000 grant, the NRA announced Friday that it planned to give the grant in part to the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg.

Papenfuse has been a frequent critic of the museum, so the award of $25,000 to pay for a special gun exhibit could be seen by some as a thumb in the mayor's eye.

Read the complete article: Penn Live.com

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