Companies scramble to distance themselves from NRA

[LUIS SANCHEZ, The Hill]

Companies that have business relationships with the National Rifle Association (NRA) are under increased pressure to cut ties with the group after the Florida high school shooting last week that left 17 dead.

Activists have threatened boycotts and flooded social media with comments criticizing companies that have deals with the NRA ranging from discount programs to a Visa credit card with NRA branding.

In response, multiple companies — including two airlines, six car rental companies, a bank and an insurance company — have cut ties.

The response by companies willing to end potentially lucrative business deals with the NRA is ...

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