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repeal

an instance or the process of repealing; annulment
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The provisions would give congressional committees until March 3 to come up with a proposal for repealing, de-funding or changing the ACA.
Deval Patrick is open to repealing the tax, which state officials had estimated would generate $161 million in fiscal 2014, which began July 1.
In the Senate, Republicans have included repealing 3 percent withholding in their jobs package and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.
REPEALING THE Affordable Care Act would seriously undermine efforts to protect public health, APHA said in January.
On Jan 12, Republicans signaled that repealing the controversial 1099 reporting requirement passed as part of the health care law is one of their most pressing priorities by renumbering it to H.
Several months ago, a Washington Post poll showed that 75 percent of Americans supported repealing the law.
The pledge applies beyond repeal per se to interim steps like discharge petitions to allow certain up-or-down votes in Congress on partial repeal, stripping funding from some ObamaCare subsidy or enforcement programs, and repealing certain regulations.
The collaborative effort of Chamber staff, volunteers and membership truly was a driving force in repealing the dreaded service tax.
Turns out, according to her press secretary, that Duckworth, who lost both legs in the chopper incident, supports repealing the ban only if military commanders do.
In fact, on May 12, 2006, the EU announced that due to this provision repealing transitional ETI binding contract relief, it would withdraw reintroduction of sanctions.
In December 2005, the European Commission proposed repealing the block exemption granted under Regulation 4056/86.