The National Right to Life Committee says 13 states, including neighboring Missouri, now have similar "personhood" language in their laws.
What does NRLC stand for?
NRLC stands for National Right to Life Committee (since 1973; Washington, DC)
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We have 9 other meanings of NRLC in our Acronym Attic
- National Research Library Alliance
- National Review of Live Art (United Kingdom)
- Natural Resources Leadership Association
- Naval Research Laboratory Alliance
- Nebraska Recreational Liability Act
- Network Repair Level Analysis
- New Railway Link through the Alps
- Northeastern Retail Lumber Association
- National Railway Labor Conference
- National Research Laboratory for Conservation of Cultural Property
- National Right to Life Convention
- Natural Resources Law Center (University of Colorado)
- Niagara Regional Literacy Council (Saint Catharines, Ontario, Canada)
- National Rural Letter Carriers Association
- Naval Research Laboratory Chesapeake Bay Detachment
- Northern Regional Load Dispatch Centre (India)
- Nevadans for Responsible Law Enforcement
- Naval Research Laboratory Extreme Ultraviolet Model
- National Religious Leaders Forum (est. 1997; South Africa)
- Northern Regional Library Facility (UC Berkeley)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the report, Ryan received a 100 percent 'pro-life' score by the National Right to Life Committee.
WASHINGTON -- The National Right to Life Committee (NRLC) joined with pro-lifers nationwide in mourning the death of former NRLC president Dr.
For his opposition to abortion and embryonic stem-cell research, Pearce gets 100-percent ratings from anti-abortion groups such as the National Right to Life Committee and The Susan B.
And the ailing Thompson campaign nabbed the endorsement of the National Right to Life Committee despite the actor's inability to tell Tim Russert whether he would like to see abortion criminalized, only managing to croak his belief that the sanctity of life is a state issue.
Examining the activities of the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations, National Rifle Association, National Federation of Business, Sierra Club, National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League, National Right to Life Committee, AARP, and Association of Trial Lawyers of America, he builds such a framework.
Supporters of the ban reflected that it could have been upheld had the influential National Right to Life Committee not opposed it on the basis of it not being a "timely" move.
Democratic groups, for example, sent four times as many direct mailers as Republican groups during the general election, with ACT leading the way on the left and the National Right to Life Committee on the right.