Despite voter support for a rollback of the health-care bill, Republicans won't get a repeal past the president's desk.
Vote to stop abortion, receive a rollback in capital gains taxes.
In addition to pushing ahead with new regulation, Jackson finds herself defending existing rules from rollback attempts.
They were buying, they thought, visibly low taxes and the rollback of environmental protection and safeguards against speculation.
The rollback of civil unions and domestic partnerships in North Carolina is a particular legal red flag to Olson.
All are imposing rigorous budget cuts—in Greece, the rollback of benefits has been provoking riots.
A reduction, esp of wages or production (1942+)
Reverting data in a database to an earlier state, usually in response to an error or aborted operation.
In a transaction based database system, transactions are considered atomic. If an error occurs while performing a transaction, the database is automatically rolled back to the state at the previous commit.
Rollback may also be performed by an explicit rollback transaction.