NRA-ILANational Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action
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Then, after telling the audience that he had not informed the NRA-ILA leadership in advance that he intended to make this praiseworthy parting of ways with the UN, President Trump spelled out his motivation for abandoning the ATT:
Today, the Executive Director of NRA-ILA receives an annual compensation package of more than $1.2 million, and Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre receives over $1.4 million--over six times the 2018 equivalent of Harlon Carter's $85k.
"Our constitutional rights are under attack like never before, and NASGW's continued support plays an important role in our fight to defend the Second Amendment," said Chris Cox, executive director NRA-ILA.
"Further," the statement continued, "the NRA-ILA stated ...
we've all got a dog in this fight," says Darren La Sorte, NRA-ILA manager of hunting policy, on the group's website.
The logical place to start seems to be captured in statements by the NRA's Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA), the lobbying arm of the NRA.
Kennesaw, GA, April 10, 2012 --(, the world's largest Internet auction site for firearms and accessories, is joining the National Rifle Association of America's Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) for its Sixth Annual NRA-ILA Dinner and Auction, Apr.
We recommend you immediately contact the National Rifle Association Institute for Legal Action (NRA-ILA) and bring this entire matter to their attention.
I am now going to work with the NRA-ILA in getting pro-gun legislation passed in Congress."
You can have your choice of either a hi-cap or single-stack 1911, and when you buy one, Para will donate $25 to the NRA-ILA. In case you don't know, the ILA is the Institute for Legislative Action.
NRA-ILA executive director Chris Cox applauded the move and hailed the law as "a common sense measure that allows law-abiding South Dakotans to exercise their fundamental right to self-protection in the manner that best suits their needs."