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Section I of the proposed BREATHE ACT calls for the repeal of the 1033 program in its entirety.
The repeal of Section 230 may actually make it through the entire legislative process.
There are legitimate reasons to repeat the history of repeal, now with cannabis—especially after policymakers have deemed dispensaries essential in state after state.
That repeal looks increasingly likely given the way things currently stand.
The repeal ordinance, if it passes the committee, will then go before the entire City Council for a vote.
Modern ways of addressing some repeal of the waiver or modifying the waiver.
The League Oracle admits that "a repeal would injure the farmer, but not so much as he fears."
In spite of this change, Parliament refused to repeal the three pence duty tax on tea which still had to be paid by the colonists.
In spite of this repeal, friction between colonial legislatures and royal Governors continued.
On the other hand, several attempts have been made to repeal the general poll tax.

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