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an act aimed at curbing sedition that was perhaps the most serious attempt at nullification of freedom of the press in the nation's history
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That’s the perfect nullification of the logic of identity politics.
The fact that the media has criticized Trump so constantly and so uniformly from day one is perceived as a fundamental unfairness, a nullification of what so many see as their victory.
The union has asked for nullification of the board vote and preservation of employee contracts at Stewart.
Shortly after President Trump signed the tax reform into law, Rep. Josh Gottheimer concocted a nullification plan.
One hears activists and a few officials even talk of nullification and secession.
Still, nullification offers something more satisfying than catharsis or schadenfreude.
The judge’s nullification of the ordinances, one enacted in 2008 and another enacted a year ago, are a setback for those who have been lobbying against mini-dorms since the properties first began popping up in the 1980s.
The nullification of Kenya’s August vote was the first time a court in Africa had overturned a presidential election.
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