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RDARecommended Daily/Dietary Allowance
RDAReporting and Data Analysis
RDARedevelopment Agency (various locations)
RDARebuildable Dripping Atomizer (electronic cigarettes)
RDARiding for the Disabled Association
RDARepública Democrática Alemana (Spanish: German Democratic Republic)
RDARegistered Dental Assistant
RDARegional Development Agency (UK)
RDARichard Dean Anderson (actor)
RDARegional Development Authority (various locations)
RDARegional Development Australia
RDARemote Data Access (Sprint)
RDARedevelopment Authority
RDAResearch, Development, & Acquisition
RDARassemblement Democratique Africain (French: African Democratic Rally)
RDARemote Database Access
RDARational Data Architect
RDARemote Data Acquisition
RDAResources Development Administration (Avatar)
RDARacial Discrimination Act (Australia)
RDARational Data Architect (IBM Corp.)
RDARural Development Administration (Korea)
RDAResource Description and Access
RDARaw Data Archive
RDARecommended Daily Amounts (EU)
RDARoad Development Authority
RDARemote Database Access (OSI)
RDARich Desktop Application
RDARochester Downtown Alliance (Rochester, MN)
RDARépublique Démocratique Allemande (French: former Democratic Republic of Germany)
RDARadar Data Acquisition
RDARate Design Application (British Columbia Utilities Commission; British Columbia, Canada)
RDARegional Development Alliance (Idaho)
RDARailway Design Associates (model trains)
RDARequest for Determination of Applicability (universities)
RDARelationship Development Assessment
RDARegularized Discriminant Analysis
RDAReaders Digest Association, Inc
RDARetail Display Allowance
RDARemote Diagnostic Agent
RDARichard Daley Associates (UK)
RDARapid Deployment for Action (band)
RDAResearch and Development Association (Republic of Korea)
RDARajshahi Development Authority (Bangladesh)
RDARecords Disposition Authorization
RDARight Displaced Abomasum
RDAResearch Development Associates
RDARegional Development Assistance (government funding)
RDARegional Director of Agencies (insurance)
RDARainy Day Amendment (Oregon, USA)
RDARear Drive Axle
RDARelational Distributed Architecture
RDAReboul Delaye et Associés (French computing company)
RDARiver Deben Association (UK)
RDARequirement Development Analysis
RDAReliability Design Analysis
RDARequirements Development & Analysis (JOPES module)
RDAResearch Development Activity
RDARapid Development Application (see also RDE)
RDAReflective Dot Array
RDARouting Domain and Area (SONET)
RDAResidential Subscriber System Data Adaptor
RDARichiesta dell'Acquisto (Italian: Purchase Request)
RDARecursive Decision Algorithm
RDARecommended Duty Assignment
RDARetro-Directive Antenna
RDARandom Duplicate Allocation
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This issue contains the following articles: (1) Our Schools Need the Rainy Day Amendment; (2) Some Alabama School Systems Start the Year With School Bus Safety Belts in Place; (3) New Web Site a Valuable Resource; (4) Five Alabama Public Schools Take the Blue Ribbon; (5) Imagine a New School (Roy Hudson); and (6) Celebrate Parental Involvement!.
A PAC called the "Rainy Day Amendment Fund" supported the measure.
Matt Evans, spokesman for Measure 48, said the measure - dubbed by supporters as the Rainy Day Amendment because it gives the Legislature the option of setting aside extra revenue to use in hard economic times - differs substantially from Colorado's TABOR.
With Measure 48, the Rainy Day Amendment, we can control spending, save for the future and make sure that government doesn't squeeze out the strong and vital private sector of our economy.
What is the Rainy Day Amendment? It's a simple proposal to limit growth in state government spending to the rate of inflation plus the rate of population growth.
What the Rainy Day Amendment does not do is cut spending - ever.
But the Rainy Day Amendment won't let the government spend every dollar that comes through the door during boom times.
This has led supporters to call Measure 48 the Rainy Day Amendment, claiming that money the state can't spend will be banked in a much-needed reserve account.
Re-christening Measure 48 as the Rainy Day Amendment is an attempt to soften one of the worst consequences of applying the TABOR formula to Oregon.
The battle over Measure 48's unofficial handle is important enough that the pro-Measure 48 campaign is calling its political action committee the "Rainy Day Amendment Committee." It recently e-mailed news media offering "teach-ins" on the differences between the Oregon and Colorado spending-limit measures.
But since then, his group has been referring to the measure as the "Rainy Day Amendment."
The initiative is expected to ignite a war of words between anti-government activists and public-services advocates - in fact it already has - over the impact of the measure and even what to call it: Oregon's version of Colorado's Taxpayers Bill of Rights or the "Rainy Day Amendment."