In addition, Barbara Holt, President of North Carolina Right to Life, and Michael Ciccocioppo, Executive Director of Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation, were also able to attend.
What does NCRL stand for?
NCRL stands for North Carolina Right to Life
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- Northern California Regional Intelligence Center (San Francisco, CA)
- North Carolina Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc.
- Napa County Rental Information and Mediation Services (California)
- National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (Australia)
- National Center for Reason and Justice
- National Commission on Rural Labour (India)
- National Cyber Racing League (fantasy league)
- Natural Chemotherapeutic and Research Laboratory (Uganda)
- Nevada College and Research Libraries (now Nevada Library Association)
- Noise Control Research Laboratory (Ireland)
- North Central Regional Library (Washington)
- Northern Carbon Research Laboratories (School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials; University of Newcastle; UK)
- North Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association (Raleigh, North Carolina)
- North Carolina Rated License Assessment Project (Greensboro, NC)
- Normalized Cramer-Rao Lower Bound
- National Catholic Rural Life Conference
- National Center for Rural Law Enforcement
- National Conference on Research in Language and Literacy
- National Commission for Religious and Linguistic Minorities
- North Central Regional Library System (Mason City, IA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Federal Election Commission, the North Carolina Right to Life group argued that it should not be banned from corporate contributions because it has no shareholders and obtains most of its money from private, individual contributions.
The court ruled 7-2 that the North Carolina Right to Life Inc.
We like to think our educational efforts had some effect," Barbara Holt, president of North Carolina Right to Life, told NRL News.
FEC, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit held that a federal ban on corporate contributions to candidates was unconstitutional as applied to not-for-profit issue-oriented corporations, such as the plaintiff, North Carolina Right to Life.
We have one focus: To speak for those who cannot speak for themselves: the unborn, the handicapped, and the elderly," North Carolina Right to Life Communications Director Loretta Thompson told the crowd.
The first decision came in the case of North Carolina Right to Life v.