Examples of rollback in a Sentence
a government-ordered rollback of gasoline prices
a rollback in environmental regulations
a rollback of previous wage concessions
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In December he was rosily profiled in The New York Times for his work combatting the Trump administration’s most egregious legislation, including rollbacks of birth control coverage, a move celebrated by many prominent women’s rights activists.
Only 107 House Republicans signed a December 2017 letter supporting the FCC’s rollback of net neutrality protections.
Bill Ford, Ford's executive chairman, and Jim Hackett, Ford's president and CEO, denied in a column published in March that the company is seeking a rollback, saying that Ford supports reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
The opposition highlights how the Trump administration's rule rollbacks occasionally go further than what industry really wants.
Longer term, rollbacks would put auto manufacturers at a disadvantage globally, as many countries are implementing stricter standards.
But Pruitt’s rollback isn’t controversial for climate reasons alone.
The study, which Pruitt cited in the EPA's November announcement of the rollback, concluded that emissions from the company's trucks were as clean as those with modern systems.
The shift is unsettling fallout that began with the 2016 presidential election, Ellis said, and continued through the year with inflammatory rhetoric and policy rollbacks.
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Examples of roll back in a Sentence
lobbyists for the industry pressured the legislators to roll back the new automotive safety standards
roll back Synonyms
do away with, set aside;
ROLLBACK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rollback for English Language Learners
: a reduction or decrease in something
: the act of reversing or undoing something
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