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Maloy Moore

Maloy Moore is a researcher/reporter at the Los Angeles Times.   Since joining The Times in 1990, she has worked on many widely recognized projects including “The Shame of the Boys Scouts,” “When Caregivers Harm,” “Guardians for Profit,” “California’s War Dead,”  “The Homicide Report” and the “Hollywood Star Walk.” She enjoys tracking campaign contributions, listening to opera and growing orchids.
The NRA used to be a bipartisan campaign contributor, but that changed in 1994. Here's why

It may be hard to remember, but there was a time when the National Rifle Assn. was a bipartisan organization. During the 1992 election cycle, the NRA contributed 37% of its congressional campaign donations to Democrats. Republicans got the lion's share — 63% of the $1.8 million the group gave tha...

The NRA used to be a bipartisan campaign contributor, but that changed in 1994

The National Rifle Assn. in recent decades has gone from donating to both Democrats and Republicans to doling out cash exclusively to Republicans. Here's a look at when the NRA became a driving financial force for the GOP.

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