National drug policy reform groups likely to support Measure 74 appear more focused on other states' pot measures.
What does DPRG stand for?
DPRG stands for Drug Policy Reform Group (David A. Clarke School of Law; University of the District of Columbia; Washington, DC)
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- Defence Production Revolving Fund (Canada)
- Delayed Post-Transplant Renal Function (kidneys)
- Departamento de Polícia Rodoviária Federal (Portuguese: Federal Highway Police Department; Brazil)
- Directeur de la Planification et des Ressources Financières (French: Director of Planning and Financial Resources; Morocco)
- Dominant Posterior Rhythm Frequency
- Dallas Personal Robotics Group
- Deutsche Public Relations Gesellschaft (German: German Public Relations Association)
- Developmental Psychobiology Research Group (Denver, CO)
- Digital Photogrammetry Research Group (University of Calgary; Canada)
- Distribution Product Reference Guide (Cisco)
- Distributed Project Research Group Italy
- Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Gotong Royong (Indonesian: Gotong Royong House of Representatives)
- Dispositif de Perfectionnement des Ressources Humaines (French: Human Resources Development Plan)
- Duodenum Preserving Resection of the Head of the Pancreas (surgical technique)
- Day of Prayer for Revival in India (Christian movement)
- Defense Policy Review Initiative (Japanese Self Defense Force)
- Département de Droit Privé (French: Department of Private Law; Belgium)
- Digital PR (Public Relations) Incorporated (London, UK)
- Directives, Publications and Reports Index
- Disaster Prevention Research Institute (Kyoto University, Japan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Danny Kushlick, of drug policy reform group Transform, said cocaine was now more available and "socially acceptable" among schoolchildren.
After unsuccessfully submitting an ad critical of marijuana prohibition to the Metro system in February 2004, the American Civil Liberties Union and three drug policy reform groups challenged Istook's amendment in federal court.