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repeal

an instance or the process of repealing; annulment
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US president Donald Trump signed on Wednesday the repeal of a banking rule that would have allowed customers to band together to sue their bank or credit card company in case of disputes.
With this, seven years of Republican promises to repeal the ACA waned away amid the night drama on Capitol Hill.
July 27 ( ANI ): The Senate has defeated the proposal by Republicans to repeal much of former President Barack Obama's health care law 'Obamacare' and replace it with a more restrictive plan.
The outcome was a huge relief for President Donald Trump, who had pushed his fellow Republicans hard in recent days to live up to the party's campaign promises to repeal the 2010 Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare.
For more than seven years, Republicans ran on promises to repeal Obamacare.
Republican Senators vowed to repeal and replace Obamacare if they had a chance," Governor Walker said.
Senators, Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst, both Republicans, said this week that getting a repeal bill to President Trump seems unlikely, according to the Associated Press.
Five Republican senators are pushing for opponents of the Affordable Care Act to replace the law when they repeal it, rather than repealing it and working to replace it later.
With Donald Trump in the White House and Republican control of the House and Senate, the long-sought permanent repeal of the federal estate tax might actually happen, rather than the temporary repeal that occurred in 2010.
Proponents of the repeal pointed out that because certification is not mandatory, and because there are other organizations that provide medical assistant credentials, the language in the subsection could create confusion and was no longer appropriate.
Following is the text of the Order: WHEREAS it is expedient to repeal the Senate (Elections of Members from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas) Order, 2015 for the purposes hereinafter appearing;
BOSTON -- The Massachusetts House voted Wednesday to repeal an unpopular new technology tax on computer and software services.