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The New York City comptroller has questions for a Texas energy company about donations it made to the National Rifle Association and American Crossroads.

American Crossroads is a conservative political action committee.

Scott Stringer, who oversees $150 billion in city pension funds as the city’s comptroller, sent a letter to Clayton Williams Energy Inc. seeking information about the donations.

“Corporate political spending poses legal, reputational and operational risks,” wrote Stringer in the letter first reported by the Associated Press. “It also raises serious concerns regarding the proper use of corporate assets.”