The former Oklahoma congressman resigns from the NRA board

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A former Oklahoma four-term Democratic congressman is resigning his position as a member of the 76-member board of the National Rifle Association, citing the growing problems of the organization. In his resignation letter obtained Friday by The Associated Press, Dan Boren suggests that some current and past members of the NRA have lost confidence in the group, which was affected by internal struggles that included breaking ties. with Ackerman McQueen, his Oklahoma-based public relations firm. Boren did not immediately respond to a request for comment. In the letter to the Secretary and General Counsel of the organization, John Frazer, Boren also said he was ending his membership in the NRA. Boren, 46, is part of one of Oklahoma's most powerful political families. He is the son of the former governor. and the American senator David Boren and the grandson of former Congressman Lyle Boren. This story has not been edited by The Times of India and is automatically generated from a syndicated feed to which we subscribe. (This story has not been edited by timesofindia.com and is automatically generated from a syndicated feed to which we subscribe.)

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