The NRA, a powerful voice in the U.S. political battle over guns, is facing scrutiny of its financial affairs. Amid reports of lavish personal spending by CEO Wayne LaPierre, a new investigation finds significant payments and favors granted to members of the NRA's board of directors. John Yang talks to The Washington Post's Carol Leonnig about potential legal implications and member fallout.
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