Boyz II Men, Ben & Jerry’s, and ADA on NRA “anti-gun” list

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NY Times
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What do Chaka Khan, the International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union and Hallmark have in common? They’re part of the 497 people and organizations on an NRA “anti-gun” list, first reported by Talking Points Memo.

The post, dated September 17, 2012, claims the list is anyone who “lent monetary, grassroots or some other type of direct support to anti-gun organizations.” The American Trauma Association and the National Safe Kids Campaign are also offenders, according to the NRA, along with Nora Ephron (who was deceased at the time this was posted), the YWCA, Tony Bennett and Doug Flutie.

Watch Alex Wagner and the NOW panel discuss the devolution of the NRA, as their Executive Vice President disavows common sense gun safety measures he supported more than a decade ago.

Boyz II Men, Ben & Jerry's, and ADA on NRA "anti-gun" list

Updated