LCCR

AcronymDefinition
LCCRLeadership Conference on Civil Rights
LCCRLawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
LCCRLeast Cost Call Routing (video conferencing charge plan)
LCCRLunar Capabilities Concept Review (US NASA)
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GRIFFIN & BRIAN NEWMAN, MINORITY REPORT: EVALUATING POLITICAL EQUALITY IN AMERICA 200 (2008) (noting that only about a dozen votes, out of close to a thousand, contributed to LCCR scores in one representative year).
La etiologia exacta de la ruptura del LCCr en perros aun se desconoce, pero se piensa que es un proceso multifactorial (21), en donde hasta la fecha se han identificado varios factores de riesgo que pueden influir en dicha patologia, como la edad, raza, sexo, sobrepeso, degeneracion progresiva del ligamento con danos en las fibras de colageno (93), mala conformacion de la extremidad pelvica, como genu varo (20,29,38), excesiva actividad fisica (83), factores inmunologicos y procesos inflamatorios (28,71).
(51.) See Brief of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights and the LCCR Education Fund, supra note 47, at 14, 16.
Wade Henderson is Executive Director, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights (LCCR).
The Leadership Conference on Civil Rights (LCCR), one of the nation's largest and oldest civil rights coalitions, also urged Paige to back off from his comments.
At a National Council on Disability-sponsored luncheon, the Justin Dart Freedom Award was given to the Leadership Council on Civil Rights (LCCR).
The 1999 Award for Special Merit of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights (LCCR) was awarded to Frank Blethen, publisher of The Seattle Times.
Whitby finds that in southern states in which additional majority-black districts were created in the early 1990s, LCCR support varied with redistricting-induced changes in racial composition.
See Letter, Perkins Magurie to Yvonne Price, 6 June 1969, folder: 1968 - Republican Candidates, box E27, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights (LCCR) Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
[B]lack representatives score nearly 13 LCCR percentage points higher than white representatives, holding the other variables constant."(69) These contrasting findings mirror those in studies of Hispanic representatives' voting scores during different sessions of Congress.(70)