VRP

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AcronymDefinition
VRPVitamin Research Products
VRPVoluntary Remediation Program (various locations)
VRPVerify Recovery Procedure
VRPVirtual Reality Platform
VRPVlaamse Vereniging voor Ruimte en Planning (Dutch: Flemish Association for Space and Planning; Belgium)
VRPVehicle Routing Problem
VRPVoyageur, Représentant, Placier (French)
VRPVehicle Recycling Partnership (USA)
VRPVocational Rehabilitation Program (various organizations)
VRPVersatile Routing Platform
VRPVanuatu Republican Party
VRPVacation Rental Program
VRPVessel Response Plans
VRPVisual Reference Point
VRPVolksrepublik Polen (Poland in GDR)
VRPVoluntary Redundancy Program (Australia)
VRPVoter Registration Project (Afghanistan)
VRPVolunteer Resource Program
VRPVertical Radiation Pattern (antennas)
VRPVirtual Reality Prototyping
VRPVoting Rights Project
VRPViewer Response Profile
VRPVariability Reduction Process
VRPVisibility Reducing Particle
VRPViolation to the Reuse Pattern
VRPVehicle Replica Buffer
VRPVehicle Reimbursement Program
VRPVortex Ring Parachute
VRPVisiteur Représentant Placier (French: Sales Representative)
VRPVested Rights Permit (San Antonio, Texas)
VRPVisual Reporting Post
VRPVentabren Retro Passion (French vintage vehicle club)
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Michigan is the state that Jon Greenbaum, director of the Voting Rights Project for the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, mentions as a potential trouble spot.
LAUGHLIN MCDONALD is the director of the Voting Rights Project of the American Civil Liberties Union and the author of a forthcoming book, A Voting Rights Odyssey: Black Enfranchisement in Georgia.
Tito Sinha is a staff member of voting rights project of the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund.
Dayna Cunningham, assistant counsel for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund's voting rights project, calls this type of defense an "outrage.
In partnership with 18 Leagues nationwide, the national League conducted a successful year-long educational DC Voting Rights Project that built public awareness of the unique relationship between Congress and the citizens of the District of Columbia, specifically their lack of full voting rights.
Campaign finance reform: Nick Nyhart, the executive director of Public Campaign, says his group has been working with civil rights organizations on a new voting rights project.
Brenda Wright, a staff attorney with the Voting Rights Project of the Washington, D.