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It was probably the most difficult thing I’ve ever done, because you’re walking in and saying, “The second that this happens, you can’t undo it.”

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Weber argues that voters should pass Proposition 16, which would undo the state’s current ban on affirmative action policies.

One example of the work being done to advance systemic change is California’s Proposition 16, which would undo our state’s ban on affirmative action.

A union-backed proposal to partially undo a city law restricting union-friendly contracts will have to wait for another election.

So I’m just undoing the wrong that these earlier presidents did.

But then the question becomes, how do you undo gerrymandering?

We should undo that double standard by offering similar protections to every young Black man who is arrested in this country.

And yet, ultimately, the Supreme Court holds the power to uphold or undo what it has taken him years to accomplish.

Underlying all of this legal maneuvering is the social fact that marriages are hard to undo.

The wind and the dust in this climate can undo even the hardiest things.

I didnt think much of that, but he said afterward, A man may do in an hour what he cant undo in a lifetime.

"You must live and undo your misdeeds if you can, dear grandfather," said Richard, whose own conscience was as yet very easy.

What if that uncanny demon should return, and undo all his labor by some diabolical plan or act?

“Undo him then, and be damned,” growled the skipper, and rolled off to drink himself drunk.

In some instances the public mind was not made up concerning a law, and one Assembly would undo the work of its predecessor.

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On this page you'll find 164 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to undo, such as: loosen, unlock, unravel, disengage, disentangle, and free.

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