VRA


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VRA

abbreviation for visual response audiometry.
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In examining the VRA, the Supreme Court began by noting that a law imposing "current burdens .
In the states covered by Section 5, the main means for thwarting voter suppression efforts has been the VRA.
There is fair debate as to whether the Bush administration's more expansive reading of the VRA in Georgia would have better protected Georgia's African American voters than did the narrower one pressed by the state's Democratic leadership and ultimately endorsed by the Supreme Court.
Indeed, if the expansion of bailout allows the VRA to survive, then the persistence of the Act in diluted form could actually undermine voter protection more than outright invalidation of the VRA.
The tourists' efforts in the field were much more impressive but although Abbey (1-9) and Josh DeSouza (1-12) plugged away gamely, VRA reached 87-5 off the final ball of the 19th over.
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Except for Justices Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia, the Supreme Court continues to accept that the VRA covers vote "dilution" issues, and must strive for racial "fairness" in elections.
VRA is capable of handling any kind of passenger aircraft on its single asphalt runway, 11,490 ft long by 148 ft wide--one of the longest in Cuba.
Unfortunately, the discovery of this omission means that, a quarter of a century later, the VRA is no longer enforceable against individuals in United Kingdom courts," Barbara Follett, Minister for Culture and Tourism told Reuters.
Section 2 of the VRA prohibits any voting qualification, standard, practice or procedure from being imposed by any state in a manner resulting in a denial or abridgement of the right of any citizen to vote on account of race or color.
The principle claim of the book is that while the VRA was originally intended to secure for individuals fair representation in government, court decisions following from the VRA and subsequent congressional legislation attempting to clarify the VRA, have moved in a direction that is fundamentally opposed to the spirit of Madisonian Republicanism.
Their modern grid investment allows VRA to significantly increase the productivity of their existing electrical network by delivering additional electricity and communications services.