Florida NRA Lobbyist Marion Hammer to Retire After 44 Years

FAIRFAX, Va. - After more than four decades of extraordinary service to the National Rifle Association of America, the Second Amendment, and gun owners nationwide, Marion Hammer is stepping down from her position as a state lobbyist for the NRA-Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) in Florida. She will continue to serve as an advisor

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Florida’s pension fund adopted anti-gun guidelines with Rick Scott’s blessing

Ashbel C. “Ash” Williams Jr., has the financial wellbeing of Florida’s public employees in his hands. Williams serves as executive director and chief investment officer of the Florida State Board of Administration in Tallahassee, which oversees more than $250 billion in assets, including the nearly $2 billion Florida Retirement System – the state’s public

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