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Q: What did the supreme court do with the line item veto?
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What types of vetoes has been declared unconstitutional by the US Supreme Court?

A Line-Item veto

What had been sought by many presidents but it was struck down by the supreme court as unconstitutional?

line-item veto

Had been sought by many Presidents but it was struck down by the Supreme Court as unconstitutional?

line-item veto

How could the line-term veto be added to the presidents legislative powers?

AnswerThe Supreme Court declared the Line Item Veto Act unconstitutional, therefor Congress had no authority to give the President that power.

In Clinton v New York city the supreme court struck down the presidents?

maybe authority to use the line item veto

What has been sought out by many presidents but has been struck down by the supreme court as unconstitutional?

The Line-item veto which would allow the President to veto a part of an appropriations bill and cross out lines that he does not like, is what you are asking about.

Why did the Supreme Court rule the line item veto unconstitutional?

Congress didn't declare the line item veto unconstitutional; they approved the legislation, which the President then signed into law.the US Supreme Court found the The Line Item Veto Act of 1996 unconstitutional after several groups challenged the legislation. Using the line-item veto, President Clinton unintentionally created tax disputes that penalized health care companies serving Medicaid clients after he struck items from the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 and the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997.According to the Supreme Court, the line item veto is unconstitutional because it violates the Presentment and Bicameral Clauses of the Constitution (Article I, Section 7, Clauses 2 and 3) that vests Congress with "all legislative powers." Also, the "Non-delegation Doctrine" holds that one branch can't transfer its constitutional powers to another branch or entity.As Justice Kennedy pointed out in the concurring opinion of Clinton v. New York City, (1998), the case that stripped the President of this authority, the line item veto is subject to abuses that unfairly punish or reward certain groups, based on the President's unilateral decision.

Presidents cannot veto what?

The president can veto any bill that appears in front of him, but his veto can be overridden by a 2/3 vote in Congress. The president cannot use a line-item veto. The line item veto is the presidential authority to negate one provision of a law while letting the remainder stand. The Supreme Court found the line-item veto unconstitutional in 1998.

How can a president rescind parts of bills that have already passed?

Line-item veto

What is the current status of the line-item veto?

The line item veto has little chance of passing.

What does a line item veto allow a governor to do?

The line item veto is used only in budget bills

What happened when the congress passed a line item veto law in 1996?

Opponents of the measure challenged it in the courts, and they won their case in Clinton v. New York,1998. Then the supreme court struck down the law.