The president's stamp of approval is a term used to show that the president has the support of his party. This term is often used to show the results of statistics taken periodically during the president's term.
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All but those still living have been on at least one US stamp. Further, it is now customary to issue a new stamp for a president soon after they die.
appointing new Justices to the court with senate approval
Family Affair - 1966 Stamp of Approval 5-8 was released on: USA: 5 November 1970
Constitutional Amendments do not require the President's approval, but rather that of three fourths of the States.
A joint resolution is a legislative measure that requires approval by the Senate. It also requires approval from the House of Representatives and then requires the Presidents approval.
Presidential Cabinet members are appointed by the president with approval of the US Senate.
_____? is the practices of presidents seeking the approval of certain senators before submitting a nominee for a federal judgeship to the Senate as a whole