The Law Center's appeal notes that Judge Patel, a Carter appointee who previously served as counsel for the National Organization for Women, went so far as to urge the Archbishop of San Francisco and the local Catholic Charities organization to defy church teaching.
What does NOW stand for?
NOW stands for National Organization for Women
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- Novantrone, Oncovin, Velban, Prednisone
- Northern Ohio Valley Region (Sports Car Club of America; Steubenville, OH)
- Nonvolatile Random Access Memory
- National Office of Vital Statistics
- Nevada Office of Veterans Services (Reno, NV)
- Non Violent Action and Strategies for Social Change (Zimbabwe)
- Nederlandse Orde Van Uitvinders (Dutch Association of Inventors)
- Normally Open Vent Valve
- Nederlandse Organisatie Voor Wondverpleegkundigen (Dutch: Dutch Organization for Wound Nurses)
- National Orchestra of Wales (UK)
- Navy Orderwire
- Negotiable Order of Withdrawal
- Neighbors on Watch (various locations)
- NetApp on the Web
- NetExpert Object Workspace (OSI)
- Network of the World (website)
- Network Of Workstations
- Network On Wheels (ADC Telecommunications - GSM)
- Network-grade Optical Wireless (Triton Network Systems)
- Never Open Wide
Samples in periodicals archive:
As Karen DeCrow, former president of the National Organization for Women, said, "If women have the right to choose if they become parents, men have that right, too.
The campaign tapped Patricia Ireland, the former head of the National Organization for Women, as a senior adviser March 23.
We are proud to join with the Feminist Majority, NARAL Pro-Choice America, the National Organization for Women Planned Parenthood Federation of America and other organizations for the March (see Sounding Off, p.
In an 8-1 decision in late February, the court voted that the National Organization for Women could not use the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act against Joseph Scheidler of Chicago's Pro-Life Action League by claiming his protests interfered with a clinic's ability to conduct business.