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It goes back to both house of Congress to be amended and compromise language to be voted on before sending it back to the President for his signature. There are times, because of the calendar, that the bill will languish for months if not for years! It really depends on how popular the bill is. Both houses have to agree to the bill which they do when they come together for a conference to work out the differences and then if possible, send to the President. It can be a very laborious process.

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Q: Where does a vetoed bill go?
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