The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights sued, claiming that passage of the resolution showed unconstitutional hostility to Catholicism.
What does CLRCR stand for?
CLRCR stands for Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights
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- Central Laboratory of the Research Councils (UK)
- Central New York Library Resources Council (est. 1967)
- Christian Legal Reformation Club (Avondale, PA, USA)
- Circuit Layout Record Card
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- Clear Request Delay
- Criminal Law Review Division (New South Wales Department of Justice and Attorney General; Australia)
- Cambodian Legal Resources Development Center (Phnom Penh, Cambodia)
- Community Law and Rural Development Centre (South Africa)
- Coastal Long Range Development Plan (University of California, Santa Cruz)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The University of Minnesota theater department will perform The Pope and the Witch this month, despite protests from the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, reported The Minnesota Daily.
But her opinion is now being challenged by the Thomas More Law Center on behalf of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights and two Catholic residents of San Francisco.
While Manhattan Theatre Club administrators called their decision a victory for artistic freedom, the fact that Corpus Christi will now be performed is a setback for a different organization: the New York City-based Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights.
One of the least known and most dangerous of the far-right organizations is the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights.
The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights uses media manipulation and exaggerated claims of anti-Catholicism to advance a far-right political agenda, according to a new study of the group.
The president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights peppers his press releases with blistering jabs at luminaries who stumble into anti-Catholic offense: "LARA FLYNN BOYLE ADMITS TO HER STUPIDITY.
The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights also tried to get the New York State Arts Council to change its funding laws.