By People Staff
Updated March 17, 1999 12:00 AM
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The National Rifle Association still plans to meet next week in Denver despite the wish of top city officials that the group stay away in the aftermath of the Littleton high school killings. “We have an obligation to our members,” NRA spokesman Bill Powers said Thursday. “We will be coming to conduct that meeting.” He said the NRA will do only the essential annual business required under the bylaws of the not-for-profit group at its May 1 session. On Wednesday the organization trimmed the conference schedule down to one day from the three that had been planned and canceled seminars, luncheons, exhibits and festivities.