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Earlier this month, Abbott also vetoed about $120 million from the state's two-year, $217 billion budget.
Republican leaders in Congress delayed sending the bill to the White House until they returned from a weeklong recess, ensuring they would be on hand to denounce the president when he vetoed the bill.
Governor Nixon has vetoed a bill that would save babies and protect women from abortion clinics seeking to make a profit on an abortion.
If a bill is pocket vetoed while Congress is out of session, the
One of those vetoed in 2005, was a bill that allowed scientists looking to conduct stem cell research in the state to bypass local district attorney's approval.
Of particular interest today is the stunning realization that, in the more than five years President Bush has held office, he has never vetoed a single bill.
A lead-paint proposal vetoed by Mayor Bloomberg last month may find its way into law by City Council override this week, much to the chagrin of the owners of older buildings.
Last Tuesday, Roh vetoed the opposition-initiated independent counsel bill that was passed Nov.
After the Senate and House took the unprecedented action of adopting the state's budget without the involvement of Governor Pataki, he vetoed more than 1,000 items, including more than 50 "language bills.
During his presidency, Madison vetoed two bills that he believed would violate the separation of church and state.
And if the House vetoes the rule, there is nothing the President can do about it, except instruct the agency to issue a new rule, which in turn will only be vetoed.