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PRNPro Re Nata (Latin: for the existing occasion; as matters are; as needed)
PRNPR Newswire
PRNPhysician Recommended Nutriceuticals (Plymouth Meeting, PA)
PRNPerformance Racing Network
PRNPrint to File
PRNPhysical Register Number
PRNPseudo Random Noise
PRNParameter Reference Number
PRNPagan Radio Network
PRNPseudo-Random Noise
PRNPseudo Random Number
PRNPress Release Network (various locations)
PRNPreparedness Radio Network (Red Shed Media Group)
PRNPain Relief Network
PRNPrairie Rivers Network (Illinois)
PRNPractice Research Network
PRNPremiere Radio Networks
PRNPlated Round Nose (ammunition)
PRNPacket Radio Network
PRNPhysician Referral Network (various organizations)
PRNPesticide Registration Notice (EPA)
PRNPartido Resistencia Nicaragüense (Nicaraguan Resistance Party)
PRNPackaging Waste Recovery Note (UK)
PRNProgramme de Renforcement de la Nutrition (French: Nutrition Enhancement Program; Senegal)
PRNPracticing Registered Nurse
PRNPerson Record Number (police incident code; New Zealand)
PRNPremium Rate Number(s)
PRNPlanetary Response Network (joint initiative)
PRNPromoting Resiliency in Newborns
PRNProvide Roaming Number
PRNPearson Education Canada (publisher)
PRNProperty Reference Number (various countries)
PRNPatient Reader Necessary (medication advice)
PRNParts Return Notice
PRNPolicy Renewal Notice (insurance)
PRNPolymer Recycling Network (UK)
PRNProntuario Nacional (Spanish: National Syllabus; Chile)
PRNPinpoint Road Network
PRNProcurement Reallocation Notice
PRNPursuit Routing Number (computers)
PRNProgram Record/Reference Number
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Action Metro East, Central Illinois Healthy Community Alliance, Citizens Against Longwell Mining, Illinois Peoples Action, Indivisible Illinois, Indivisible Springfield, Metro East Green Alliance, Piasa Palisades Group of the Sierra Club, Prairie Rivers Network, and the Sangamon Valley Group of the Sierra Club organized the mock trial with community members.
Based in our Vermont office, and recently honored as one of 30 Clean Water Heroes by the national Clean Water Network, the 33-year-old Moore comes to CLF after five years as Executive Director of Illinois' only statewide river advocacy group--the Prairie Rivers Network.
Contemporaneously, environmental groups, including the Prairie Rivers Network, the Sierra Club, and the Environmental Law & Policy Center, filed proposed rules to address the coal ash pond issues and asked the Board to reopen the case to consider their proposals.