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veto

A legislative nyet
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The item veto was included in the governor's powers by the Alaska Home Rule Act of 1912.
only way for Congress to override the veto is to reintroduce the
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Senator Joel Villanueva on Monday refiled the Security of Tenure bill, which was recently vetoed by President Rodrigo Duterte.
At the same time, parliament decided to hold off voting on the second presidential veto that relates to changes recently made to the foreclosures legislation.
As soon as Panelo confirmed to Palace reporters the veto on Thursday night, media outlets immediately went into a frenzy.
"By the veto, Duterte shows that he is more pro management than pro workers," Manila Auxiliary Bishop Broderick Pabillo said in an interview.
His favorite target so far this session - the one he apparently is just itching to veto - is a state family and medical leave insurance plan, funded by a half-percent payroll deduction that the guv and other opponents insist on calling an "income tax." Two words that are red meat for just about any politician with an R after his name (and plenty of D's too).
Hogan issued the veto his 26th policy veto since taking office in 2015 late Thursday night, criticizing the bill that establishes five permanent oyster sanctuaries.
Illinois now has several new laws following the conclusion of the Fall Veto Session, where the General Assembly overrode measures vetoed by Gov.
President Rumen Radev has vetoed the latest amendments to the Corporate Income Tax Act.
"This is a well-intentioned bill that is intended to help local insurance agents and consumers," Raimondo said in her veto message.