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yes,until the president finds it acceptable

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Q: Does congress need to change the bill and send it back to the president?
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When the President vetoes a bill and it goes back to Congress who signs it?

The bill only goes back to congress if the President vetoes the bill. The President lists the reasons he would not sign the bill.

The president may veto a bill but if he does he must?

When the president veto's a bill, he must return the bill to the members of congress. Congress can then vote again or change the bill.

How does the president veto an appropriations bill?

All vetoes are done the same way. The president refuses to approve the bill and sends it back to Congress with his objections. They can either change the bill to remove the president's objections or pass the original bill with a two-thirds favorable vote in both houses of Congress.

Does the president have to approve all bills from congress?

No. If the bill is vetoed by the President the bill goes back the congress where in order for it to get passed two thirds of congress has to vote for it.

President vetoes a bill and congress wants to become a law?

If the president vetoes a bill, then Congress can override that vetoe, but the bill must go back to Congress to be approved with a majority vote.

The president is required to do this after rejects a bill?

The bill is then taken back to congress and a veto is determined.

How can the president check congress in regards to a bill?

If the president does not like proposed legislation he can make his thoughts known to leaders in congress and threaten to veto it. If the bill passes anyway, he can veto it - send it back to congress with his objections.

Can a bill become law without the President's signature?

Yes, after the President veto's a bill, it goes back to Congress and if they can get a 2/3 majority to vote for it then it becomes law.

What can a Indian President do with a bill passed by congress?

Any U.S. President, no matter what their ancestry, can either sign a bill into law or veto it and send it back to congress with his/her objections.

Does the President give his objections upon vetoing a bill?

He does. The idea was for the Congress to take the bill back, make it palatable to the president and send it back up, but that was for the era when Congress and the President were thought to work together. In the 21st Century, Congress and the President are often at war with each other; if they can't get a bill signed they normally just let it die.

If passed by both the House of Representatives and the Senate in identical form Where does a bill go?

A passed bill goes to the President for his signature. If the President vetoes the bill, he sends it back to the Congress for consideration. The Congress can then change the legislation or vote to override the veto, which would require a two-thirds majority vote in each house. If Congress votes to override, the bill would then become law with or without the President's signature.

Can a bill be voted in if the president vetos it?

Yes it will go back to congress though. A president can not veto it again if it gets back to him.