MDCR


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AcronymDefinition
MDCRMedicare
MDCRMichigan Department of Civil Rights
MDCRMinimum Desired Cell Rate
MDCRMiller-Dieker Syndrome Chromosome Region
MDCRMountain Dew: Code Red (soft drink)
MDCRMinimum Detectable Count Rate (health physics)
MDCRMissile Director Control Room
MDCRModular Data Collection & Recording (System)
MDCRMini Digital Cassette Recorder (Philips Electronics)
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MDCR enables the collection of patient health data in a novel manner.
According to Delphi, the MDCR system, which is designed to optimize fuel rate, spray shape and accuracy, is capable of up to 1,800 bar system pressure.
"Delphi's new MDCR technology will help engine and vehicle manufacturers meet this demand with a technology that offers world-class performance yet, thanks to our established volumes and proven technologies, is also dependable and affordable."
In addition to Attorney General Nessel's hate crime unit initiative, MDCR is developing a process by which it can document hate and bias incidents in the state.
MDCR Director Arbulu called for tracking of hate bias incidents in a November editorial, and welcomed the support and call to action by MAPAAC.
In May 2018, the Commission approved an interpretive statement directing MDCR to begin accepting and investigating claims of discrimination in housing, employment and public accommodations based on sexual orientation and gender identity or expression.
MDCR, at the direction of the MCRC continues to accept, review and investigate complaints of discrimination in housing, employment and public accommodations based on sexual orientation and gender identity or expression.
The Michigan Department of Civil Rights (MDCR) today convened the inaugural meeting of the Council of Local Governments and Education on Equity and Inclusion a statewide network of governments and school districts working together to develop and implement in-depth strategies to address the root causes of racial inequity within communities.
MDCR defines racial equity as the systemic fair treatment of all races that produces equitable opportunities and outcomes for all people.