GOAL Donates $50,000.00 to NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund.
These funds are earmarked to support MA based Second Amendment litigation cases.
Thanks to the dedication and generosity of GOAL members, our Executive Director Jim Wallace was able to attend the recent NRA Board and Committee meetings in Virginia. While Jim was there, he had the pleasure of attending the NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund Committee meeting and presenting them with a check for $50,000. The donation was earmarked for use in Second Amendment litigation cases originating from Massachusetts such as our case against Attorney General Maura Healey.
Jim is pictured here with Jim Porter, Chairman of the Committee and past president of the NRA.
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About the NRA Civil Defense Fund
The NRA created this fund to support 2A litigation in the state of Massachusetts. The money from this fund supports many groups including Comm2A. To date, the NRA has fully funded all legal fees incurred during our lawsuit against Healey. Our donation to this fund represents a small portion of what they have spent and comes directly from GOAL fundraising which was setup to support this litigation. We are happy that MA gun owners – our members are helping to continue this fight in court. Without assistance provided from this NRA fund, our court case would be not be able to continue.