UPDATED 8:20 AM PT – Sat. July 13, 2019
The National Rifle Association faces new probe as a D.C. area attorney general subpoenas financial records.
In a statement Friday, the AG’s office they were looking into allegations the agency may have violated the city’s regulations on non-profit groups.
The subpoena also sought records on payments made to the association’s vendors and officers.
The NRA’s counselor said the organization was offering its cooperation, and said the NRA “has full confidence in its accounting practices and commitment to good governance.”
This comes as a number of organizations have launched attacks on the association’s non-profit status.