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If 2/3 of the congress agrees that the law or rule is good enough and it satisfies most of the Congress them they can override the cancellation of the law and it will be soon enough be a Law although they can create another law that cancels the Subject they want to cancel out.

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In order to pass a bill over the President's veto, both houses of Congress must pass it again with a 2/3 majority voting in favor of it.

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If two thirds of both houses of congress vote "Yes" on it, a bill is passed over the President's veto.

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They have to get 2/3 majority of both the House of Representatives and the Senate to approve the bill.

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Reapprove the bill by a 2/3 majority vote of each house of congress

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In order to override a presidential veto, both the House of Representatives and the Senate must pass the measure by a two-thirds majority vote.

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How does the supreme court override the veto by president?

A president can veto a bill that the congress passes and sends to him for his signature and he can refuse to sign it (vetoing it). But the president cannot override vetos. The congress can override president's veto by a 2/3 vote.


What are some examples of how each branch has power over another branch?

One example is the President's power to veto bills, but since Congress can, with 3/4 majority, overturn the veto it balance the power. This is called checks and balances system. -Super Llama


What is the best example of checks and balances?

The system of checks and balances is used to keep the government from getting too powerful in one branch. Often this represents a circular arrangement, for example:- The executive branch can veto bills from the legislative, but- The legislative can override the veto.Executive Branch1. The President is the commander-in-chief of the army and the navy, but only Congress can declare war.2. The President nominates judges.3. The President can veto congressional legislation.Legislative Branch1. Congress approves presidential nominations.2. Congress controls the budget.3. Congress can pass laws over the president's veto.4. Congress can impeach the president and remove him/her from office.5. The Senate confirms the president's nominations (for judges, etc.).Judicial Branch1. The Court can declare laws unconstitutional.2. The Court can declare presidential acts unconstitutional.


What happens to a bill if the president uses a pocket veto?

It is dead, just as if he had used the traditional veto. There is one major difference. A bill that is pocket vetoed does not automatically go back to Congress for consideration of an override of the veto. Such a bill must be re-introduced as a new bill at the start of the next Congressional session. Then it gets treated as a new bill, meaning it canbe passed by simple majority, sent to the president for approval and vetoed (or not) in the usual fashion. Then it goes back to Congress for consideration of an override of the veto.


What is the difference in the effects between a pocket veto and a normal veto registered by the president?

With a "regular" veto, the president prevents it from becoming a law by withholding his signature and returning it to Congress; with a pocket veto he also withholds his signature, but does so when Congress has adjourned and has not designated a legal agent to receive veto or other messages (as at the end of a two-year congress). This is a pocket veto, and the bill dies after 10 days of being submitted to the president. A pocket veto applies only when the Congress is not in session.

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Can the President Veto the Veto of his Veto?

No. The President only has one choice to veto or to pass it. Once he veto's it goes back to congress where they can kill it or they can override his veto with 2-3 majority.


When Congress passes a law and the President vetoes it can Congress override the veto?

Congress has to pass a law before it goes to the President. The President can veto the law. Congress can then over rule the president with a 2/3rds majority.


What is the one way Congress can check the power of the president?

He or she can veto bills passed by congress


What is the one way the president can limit the power of congress?

He or she can veto bills passed by congress


How does the supreme court override the veto by president?

A president can veto a bill that the congress passes and sends to him for his signature and he can refuse to sign it (vetoing it). But the president cannot override vetos. The congress can override president's veto by a 2/3 vote.


Is one way the president can limit or check the power of Congress?

He or she can veto bills passed by congress


How are presidential vetos overriden?

Answer Yes, it requires a two-thirds majority in each house of congress. It's almost impossible to do, because of the two-thirds majority it requires. You'll hear of bills that passed with veto-proof majorities. These are very rare today. A bill that passed with a veto-proof majority is one so popular more than two-thirds of each house voted to approve it. Which, of course, means the bill contains spending for each Member's district. These rare bills are normally signed by the President because Presidents hate having vetoes overturned.


Can congress pass a bill in spite of the president's veto?

If the bill is vetoed, Congress has one more opportunity to pass the bill, by overriding the presidential veto. This requires two-thirds vote in favor of passage in both the Senate and the House, a margin substantially more difficult to achieve than the simple majority vote required prior to presidential veto.


How can the president check the legislative branch with regards to the process of lawmaking?

One way the President can check the legislative branch is by vetoing a bill. The President also has enormous influence as a public figure and can make his or her case directly to the American people.


What does veto power allow a President to do?

The president of the US can veto any legislation passed by Congress. Congress has the right to then forget the bill, modify it and hope the president will sign it on the next try, or try to override the veto with super-majorities in both houses. The president of the US does not have the right to veto specific things within a bill. He must accept or decline the entire bill. There is a tricky workaround with financial bills with more than one line item, where the president can tell Congress he is signing the bill but refusing to fund a specific part of it.


What is one way that Congress can check the power of the president?

The President checks congress when he vetoes a bill. Congress can check him if there's a 2/3 majority vote to override his veto. He can also call for a news conference of go onto television to speak to the people if he is feeling that congress is being too much of a problem at that moment in time.


What are some examples of how each branch has power over another branch?

One example is the President's power to veto bills, but since Congress can, with 3/4 majority, overturn the veto it balance the power. This is called checks and balances system. -Super Llama