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NRA Loses Counterclaims Against NY Attorney General

NRA Loses Counterclaims Against NY Attorney General

NRA Loses Counterclaims Against NY Attorney General

Court dismisses claims that investigation is unconstitutionally retaliatory or selective
The trial court that recently ruled that the New York Attorney General did not have grounds to force a judicial dissolution of the National Rifle Association ( See Nonprofit Issues ® , Vol. XXXII, No. 2 ) has denied counterclaims by the NRA seeking to dismiss the entire case as unconstitutionally retaliatory or selective. The Court has ruled that the AG may continue to pursue a variety of other claims against the organization and individual defendants. In reviewing a motion to dismiss, the Court said, it had to accept the factual allegations of the complaint as true and give the plaintiff the benefit of every possible favorable inference, but need to give credit to claims that are either “...

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