NRA


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NRA

abbr.
1. National Recovery Administration
2. National Rifle Association
3. Naval Reserve Association

NRA

(in Britain) abbreviation for
1. (Shooting) National Rifle Association
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) National Rivers Authority

NRA

or N.R.A.,

1. National Recovery Administration.
2. National Rifle Association.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.NRA - a powerful lobby that advocates the right to own and bear arms and rejects any gun regulation by the governmentNRA - a powerful lobby that advocates the right to own and bear arms and rejects any gun regulation by the government
pressure group, third house, lobby - a group of people who try actively to influence legislation
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But 2012 was different: The NRA wasn't simply reaching out to its core constituency--it was reeling in big checks from conservative funders eager to take advantage of its grassroots muscle.
Often after these tragedies, so many look to lay blame on someone, and the NRA is an easy whipping boy for this.
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In return, the NRA no longer actively opposed the bill's passage.