LaPAC

AcronymDefinition
LaPACLouisiana Procurement and Contract Network
LaPACLatin American Parliamentarians against Corruption (est. 2002)
LaPACLife Amendment Political Action Committee
LaPACLaPorte Area Planning Advisory Committee (Colorado)
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Lapac, 69, also shot and wounded Raymar Quinones, 38, a provincial security guard.
As Lapac was reloading his gun, Matugas said another guard, Mario Tokong, shot him, enough to immobilize the would-be assassin and for other security personnel to disarm and pin him down.
To maintain that focus, the company recently reorganized its operations into three sections: ENA (North America, Central Europe, Northern Europe, Southern Europe and Western Europe); RUMEA (Russia & CIS, Middle East, North Africa and Turkey and Sub-Saharan Africa) and LAPAC (North Asia, Southeast Asia, Australia & New Zealand and Latin America).
In Lapac, sales of Durex in China were ahead of expectations, while Dettol, Finish and Harpic also performed well.
However, two days after Hatch introduced his amendment on September 21, a coalition of over 60 right-to-life and "profamily" organizations denounced the proposal and called on President Reagan to "place the full weight of his office behind the immediate passage of the Human Life Statute." (22) Echoing Rice's concern, LAPAC's Paul Brown, a spokesman for the coalition, labeled as "pie-in-the-sky dreaming" the notion that Congress would pass two abortion amendments.
An increasingly large portion of these campaign funds in recent years has been raised by political action committees such as the NARAL-PAC and the LAPAC, which are organized to advance a particular political viewpoint or program.
Both the LAPAC and the NARAL-PAC were organized in late 1977 to support congressional candidates in the 1978 election.