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NRA shot itself in foot with poor compliance commitment
The New York Attorney General’s lawsuit to dissolve the National Rifle Association might not play out as intended, but it nevertheless exposes a number of systemic compliance flaws at the organization that appear to still need to be addressed.
New York AG cites ‘culture of noncompliance’ in NRA fraud lawsuit
Central to the New York Attorney General’s lawsuit seeking to dissolve the National Rifle Association are allegations that the nonprofit’s “culture of noncompliance” allowed EVP Wayne LaPierre and three other NRA officers to steal $64 million from the organization over three years.
CCOs show resilience in early survey data; compliance-blind NRA in crosshairs
The National Rifle Association “Failed It” big time if a suit alleging a lack of compliance controls proves true. Meanwhile, we tip our caps to the stalwart CCOs who carry on despite a cut in pay and resources due to the pandemic.
Kushner, the NRA, and Brazil
This week, the NRA supports reviewing regulations, Jared Kushner gets handed a class-action lawsuit, and Brazil is still pretty corrupt.