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NRA kicks off annual meeting as board considers successor to longtime leader Wayne LaPierre

  • The National Rifle Association is holding its annual meeting in Dallas without Wayne LaPierre for the first time, with board members preparing to elect his replacement.
  • LaPierre, in charge since 1991, was integral in shaping gun policy but faced controversy after using NRA funds for personal expenses, leading to his resignation prior to trial.
  • An upcoming board meeting is expected to include elections for LaPierre's replacement and other officers.
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