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veto

A legislative nyet
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We have submitted the draft of the veto message to the President, and as of today have not received yet the veto message.
Brown also intends to veto a bill that would allow psychologists to prescribe medications, and a bill re-establishing a task force to examine a lack of housing and employment for people leaving prison.
Another bill that fell to the governor's veto pen was Senate Bill 1444 by state Sen.
One way this could be beneficial to the people is if the current members of the House rally behind the motion to override the presidential veto of the SSS pension hike, said Reyes.
More specifically, the presidential veto concerns changes to Article 14 which, according to Plevneliev, put at disadvantage Bulgarian expats only on account of their place of residence.
The override attempt had been widely expected to fail since supporters of the hybrid expansion had voted for the budget bill after Hutchinson vowed to veto the defunding provision.
Regarding the issue whether this veto endangers the payment of pensions and salaries, Hajredini said that it is just another propaganda of VMRO-DPMNE like the one they used on the 24th of December 2012.
House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, said Republicans were ''not even close'' to giving up the fight and derided the veto as a ''national embarrassment.
The high stakes politics surrounding veto override attempts offer an ideal opportunity to study the president's influence in Congress.
En la conferencia de San Francisco de 1945 se acordo que los miembros permanentes del Consejo deberian tener poder o derecho de veto sobre todas las decisiones de fondo asumidas en dicha instancia.
Nixon not only chose to veto the bill, he doubled-down in his veto message.
Through the example of Ukraine, European Commissioner Jose Manuel Barroso showed us that the common European sense does not accept the power of the veto, analyzes Ivana Kostovska for Dnevnik, reminding that if the Greek party SYRIZA wins at the elections, it will have the right to veto all of EU's decisions.