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79) In the case of a presidential veto, however, the delegates believed that it was important to force a public vote on the question of an override and required a recorded vote as a condition of a valid veto override.
SAPs are very useful in assessing the effectiveness of presidential veto threats, but they are not helpful in determining why vetoes actually occur.
GNP Chairman Choe Byung Yul launched a hunger strike last week to protest the presidential veto of the bill, which was overwhelmingly passed at parliament.
The margin of the latest vote was less than the 81 votes required to override a presidential veto.
This time around, there will be no presidential veto of an estate-tax repeal.
Senate approval of the ban paves the way for expected approval by the House and an almost certain presidential veto.
The Republican tax-cut proposals passed by Congress this summer, and threatened at press time by presidential veto, contain similar long-term care insurance write-offs sponsored by congresspersons of both parties.
Even if it survives, the bill could face a presidential veto.
Rather, he has missed the even more brilliant implication of his inspired analysis--for which I now claim credit: Since impeachment and conviction are two steps in a single process of legislative enactment (just like passing a bill), not only must they occur in the same Congress, but the result is also subject to presidential veto.
The legislation also faced the threat of a Presidential veto.
It then became an issue in the presidential campaign of 1996, leading to new legislation by Congress and another presidential veto in 1997.
Targeted tax benefits" are subject to a presidential veto under the Line-Item Veto Act.

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