The head of a national gun-rights organization says Gov. Nikki Haley's office last week tried to "bully" his group after hundreds of members contacted her office opposing a touted ethics-reform bill.

Dudley Brown, executive vice-president and CEO of the National Association for Gun Rights, told The Nerve on Friday that Haley's office directed the State Ethics Commission to contact his organization in response to the grassroots effort.

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