repealer

noun
re·​peal·​er | \ri-ˈpē-lər \

Definition of repealer 

: one that repeals specifically : a legislative act that abrogates an earlier act

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The outpouring of political organizing to save the law shocked its would-be repealers. Jonathan Chait, Daily Intelligencer, "Obamacare Lives," 28 July 2017

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1687, in the meaning defined above

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repealer

noun
re·​peal·​er

Legal Definition of repealer 

: a legislative act or clause in an act that repeals an earlier act

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