RLPA

AcronymDefinition
RLPAReligious Liberty Protection Act
RLPARugby League Players Association (Australia)
RLPARugby League Professionals Association
RLPARural Lands Protection Act (Australia)
RLPAReplacement Level Players Association
RLPARotating Log Periodic Antenna
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Congressional support for RLPA fell apart, and Representative Nadler introduced an amendment that would have foreclosed the use of RLPA to avoid antidiscrimination law.
The Communist Party's newspaper, The Daily Clarion, and the two RLPA candidates continued to attack Ellison, but it is debatable whether this affected the outcome.
The average income for AFLPA members was $250,000, for Professional Footballers Australia $130,000, the RLPA $180,000 and RUPA $199,000.
Geoff Burrow, RLPA secretary and GMB sports officer, said: "The RLPA will work with the club, its staff and the RFL in order to try and ensure that Bradford Bulls continue as a club.
Test de recuerdo selectivo: Buschke, Herman & Altman, F Paula Edad 16-44 anos SMR 8-9 1720 ALP 8-9 1720 RLP 8-9 1720 APC 6-8 1500 RLPA 0-1 200 RCP 0-1 200 NP 1 172 Edad 45-54 anos SMR 7-8 1500 ALP 7-8 1500 RLP 7-8 1500 APC 5-7 1300 RLPA 0-2 340 RCP 0-2 340 NP 2 340 Edad 55-75 anos SMR 6-7 975 ALP 6-7 975 RLP 6-7 975 APC 4-6 825 RLPA 0-2 255 RCP 0-3 405 NP 4 562 Edad 76-96 anos SMR 5-6 575 ALP 5-6 575 RLP 5-6 575 APC 2-4 387 RLPA 2-4 393 RCP 0-4 398 NP 6 575
One-time supporters of RLPA such as People for the American Way and the National Council of Churches were led to reconsider and eventually withdraw their support for the bill.
Goetzke and Gullo pointed out that RLPA creates "special privileges" for religious institutions by exempting them from local zoning and land use regulations.
69) RLPA further bars government agencies from crafting land use regulations that a) treat religious institutions on terms less favorably than nonreligious institutions;(70) b) discriminate on the basis of religion or religious denomination;(71) or c) unreasonably exclude or limit institutions principally devoted to religious exercise.
RLPA would have instituted the same strict scrutiny test, but under the Commerce and Spending Clauses.
As originally conceived, the RLPA was seen as a bipartisan attempt to make certain that federal, state and local governments refrain from infringing on religious liberty.
And RLPA is backed by a puissant coalition of some seventy religious, professional and political groups from across the spectrum.
All four clubs are expected to be strong, with those named in the Huddersfield RLPA including the likes of former Super League stars Paul Reilly, Lee St Hilaire, Marcus St Hilaire and Darren Fleary.