LOS ANGELES, April 30, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Center for Individual Rights (CIR) today filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Central District of California on behalf of 10 California teachers and the Christian Educators Association International, challenging the constitutionality of California's "agency shop" law, which violates the First Amendment by forcing public school teachers to pay annual fees to support powerful teachers' unions extensively involved in political activity.
What does CIR stand for?
CIR stands for Center for Individual Rights
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We have 264 other meanings of CIR in our Acronym Attic
- Cambridge Investment Research (various locations)
- Candidate Interoperability Plan
- Capital Improvement Report
- Capital Investment Request
- Carbon Isotope Ratio
- Cargo Integration Review
- Carrier-to-Interference Ratio
- Cellule Inter-Agence de Réinsertion (French)
- Center for Immigration Research
- Center for Impact Research
- Center for Insurance Research
- Center for Interdisciplinary Research (various locations)
- Center for International Rehabilitation
- Center for Investigative Reporting
- Central de Información de Riesgos
- Central Indian Ridge (geology)
- Central Intelligence Report
- Centralized Inventory Report
- Centre d'Information et de Recrutement (French: Information and Recruitment Center; law enforcement)
- Centre d'Intervention Rapide (French: Rapid Intervention Center; emergency medical transportation)
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Other sponsors included organizations ranging from the Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights, which promotes a laissez-faire capitalist government, to the National Association of Rural Landowners, whose Web site says, "Unless we come together in a cohesive, fighting unit, our freedoms and liberties shall fade into the dark chasm of socialism and radical environmentalism," and encourages members to act on their right to bear arms.
asks Yaron Brook, executive director of the Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights, Washington, D.
I'm here because I'm an attorney at the Center for Individual Rights and we have represented the plaintiffs in most of the legal challenges to race-based admissions practices, (1) most notably, Hopwood v.
Whatever one thinks of her policy, the college's tactic is a little too transparently vindictive, as is the role of the Center for Individual Rights (the right-wing backers of the student who brought suit against Daly for discrimination).
Michael Rosner--is a litigator for the conservative Center for Individual Rights.
This is race norming [of SAT scores] in another guise," Terrence Pell, senior counsel at the Center for Individual Rights, told The Washington Post in September.
Naquine, represented by the Center for Individual Rights, a conservative public-interest law firm, threatened to sue if he was not admitted.