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Georgia's lieutenant governor and its state senate are fighting back against Atlanta-based Delta Airlines' decision to sever ties with the National Rifle Association.

In response, a New York State official invited Delta to relocate to the Empire State after their decision.

Georgia Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle (R) pledged to kill any tax legislation that benefits the company unless it reverses course and realigns with the pro-Second Amendment organization.

"Corporations cannot attack conservatives and expect us not to fight back," Cagle said.

Georgia's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is also the busiest airport in the world, besides being a home base for Delta.

The state House of Representatives recently approved a tax break on jet fuel that could save Delta $40 million, but the state senate - which has yet to act on the bill - vowed to fight it if the airline does not relent.

Delta is one of more than a dozen companies to drop discount programs and other affiliations with the Fairfax, Va.-based gun rights group.

In response to Delta's decision regarding the NRA, New York Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) invited the airline to move its headquarters to her state.

"As one of your most frequent flyers, know that the NY LG admires your principled stance. Let’s continue our great relationship. NY is open for business [loves] Delta – move [headquarters] to where you’re appreciated?" Hochul wrote

Illinois-based United Airlines also backed out of its NRA partnership.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car and First National Bank of Omaha - which manages several credit cards branded by major companies and groups like the NRA - were among the first to cut ties with the group last week.

An Enterprise official identified only as Michael announced on its verified Twitter account that the company and its secondary brands National and Alamo ended their discount program for NRA members.

The statement appeared in response to a tweet that read "Boycott NRA" 21 times over.


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