Powerful New York Times ad calls out lawmakers funded by the NRA

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The New York Times has "all the news that's fit to the print" — and all the ad spreads too. 

Gun control groups Everytown for Gun Safety and Mom's Demand Action for Gun Sense joined forces and purchased a two-page ad in the New York Times on Wednesday, listing the name of every politician in Congress who has received money from the NRA as well as their phone numbers. 

.@Everytown and @MomsDemand placed a two-page ad, which will run Wednesday in the @nytimes, listing the names of lawmakers, their phone numbers, and the amount of money they‘ve received from the @NRA: https://t.co/3cYhxoB4Xs#ThrowThemOut pic.twitter.com/CDFQYbq5Be

— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) February 21, 2018 Read more...

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