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Former NRA CFO banned from nonprofit work in NY

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New York Attorney General Letitia James announced that former NRA CFO Wilson “Woody” Phillips is banned from nonprofit work in New York for 10 years. This settlement follows a jury finding Phillips liable for mishandling NRA finances and ordering him to pay $2 million in damages.

The jury found Phillips, Wayne LaPierre, and the NRA guilty of breaking nonprofit laws. AG James emphasized the importance of protecting donor funds and holding corrupt officials accountable.

The ban on Phillips and the fines aim to prevent future financial mismanagement and corruption in New York’s nonprofit sector.



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