NRA spends second straight year in the red with $18 million deficit

By Anna Massoglia, Kaitlin Washburn and Karl Evers-Hillstrom of Open Secrets

One of the nation’s most powerful political forces appears to be in the midst of a steep financial decline.

The National Rifle Association of America (NRA) experienced a $55 million decline in income last year, finding itself in the red for a second consecutive year, according to a new tax return reviewed by the Center for Responsive Politics and first obtained by the Daily Beast.

Financial experts say the NRA’s business model will not be sustainable in the long term.

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