Abolishment [noun]

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On Tuesday, they voted to back the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, a multistate effort to neutralize the Electoral College without officially abolishing it.

The Coalition for TJ opposes the superintendent’s admissions changes and the TJ Alumni Action Group supports revisions such as abolishing the test.

No matter what the ultimate outcome this year, it’s likely the calls to abolish the electoral college will only get louder.

SB10 originally passed in 2018 and went into effect in 2019, making California the first state to abolish cash bail in favor of risk assessments.

I debate a young high school girl about whether we should abolish the Constitution and start over.

According to Pew Research, 73% of overall voters in 2016 were surprised with this election outcome, and 51%, agreed the country should abolish the Electoral College and replace it with the national vote.

In this country, as we shall see directly, laws for its abolishment were passed at a very early date.

It indicates the way, too, for the abolishment of the peculiar institution of Utah.

Half for the temple and half for himself; and the abolishment of the seven leopards.

After the abolishment of the Irish Parliament they were without representation in the government under which they lived.