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at this moment

at times

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at the present; these days

the current time

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the momentary present

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in these times

at the present moment

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The National Organization for Women, for example, says the legislation would dismantle crucial protections against placing incarcerated children with hardened adult inmates, allow juvenile offenders as young as fourteen (lowered from age sixteen) to be tried and convicted as adults under a wider array of offenses, and eliminate legal options once a lower court has convicted a young person.
Sextral harass Groups such as the National Organization for Women are no longer relevant.
For more information, call the National Organization for Women at (202) 628-8669, or go to www.
Plaintiffs in the lawsuit include Americans United, the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida, the National Organization for Women Foundation and Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida.
The National Organization for Women charges Congress is purposely trying to limit the ability of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to combat discrimination and sexual harassment by limiting the commission's funding.
Perhaps the worst offender in that category is the National Organization for Women.
The ACLJ is Counsel of Record for Operation Rescue - one of several pro-life defendants in a racketeering suit brought by the National Organization for Women.
Other opponents include the American Civil Liberties Union, the California National Organization for Women and the California Nurses Association.
As a very out feminist gay woman, former leader in the National Organization for Women, I thought I knew what it was like to be at odds with the Establishment.
That plate has so far survived on ongoing First Amendment challenge brought to the courts by the National Organization for Women, which has argued that it blurs the church-state boundary since "choose life" comes from a Bible verse in Deuteronomy.
Meredith Tax, author and activist, describes the conflicts that developed within the National Organization for Women (NOW) almost as soon as the group was formed: "My friends and I thought of NOW as an organization for people our mother's age.
Meanwhile in California, another Religious Right group, the Traditional Values Coalition, raised eyebrows when it sent a questionnaire to state appellate judges, who are elected to office, asking if they have ever belonged to the American Civil Liberties Union or the National Organization for Women.
Women's groups like the San Francisco chapter of the National Organization for Women also be came interested in proportional systems, which elect much higher numbers of women candidates than winner take all systems.
It's not the Karen Johnson who is the Republican state representative in Arizona, nor is it the Karen Johnson who is the executive vice president of the National Organization for Women.
Deploring the dominance of "rich, white, able-bodied, and apparently straight men" in the national discourse, Patricia Ireland, the outgoing president of the National Organization for Women, says that women's voices are needed as an alternative to "guy talk.
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