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repeal

an instance or the process of repealing; annulment
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New Delhi [India], August 2 (ANI): The Parliament on Friday approved the Repealing and Amending Bill, 2019 that repeals 58 obsolete and irrelevant laws with the Rajya Sabha passing it by voice vote.
Yesterday, Dr Mahathir said the government needs to study the suitability of repealing the Sedition Act, after the prime minister was questioned over its delay.
Paul had previously said he would oppose the Graham-Cassidy bill because it did not go far enough in repealing the health law.
The provisions would give congressional committees until March 3 to come up with a proposal for repealing, de-funding or changing the ACA.
Repealing the medical device tax would help medtech innovators solve both of these pressing challenges."
Van de Putte described Patrick's opposition to the tuition law as "anti-education" for the state's immigrants because repealing the act could keep Texas residents who "are here by no fault of their own" from attending college.
Ranhilio Aquino warned Monday against the inclusion in the proposed people's initiative to abolish all forms of pork barrel a provision that would prohibit Congress from repealing the law if the initiative passes muster and enters the law books.
The Senate is expected to vote on repealing the tax when senators come back into session today.
In fact, only a minority of respondents were in favour of repealing section 138 whereas 83% were opposed to it.
NLC is calling on city officials to contact their representatives to express support for legislation to be considered --possibly as early as this week--that will provide relief to cash-strapped cities by repealing the 3 percent withholding requirement on payments made to vendors by government entities.
On the other hand, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has endorsed the House approach to repealing the reporting requirement, saying that he personally likes the House pay-for better than theirs in the Senate.
(1) The Act repeals 10 U.S.C [section] 654 sixty days after the President, the Secretary of Defense, and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff certify that three actions have occurred: (1) that they have considered the Department of Defense Comprehensive Review on repealing Don't Ask Don't Tell; (2) that the Department of Defense has established the necessary policies and regulations to implement repeal; and (3) that implementation of those policies and regulations is consistent with military readiness, effectiveness, cohesion, retention, and recruiting.