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Why was Jackson's use of veto call negative activism?

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How many vetos did Obama use?

In the first six years of his presidency, President Obama issued  only two vetoes, one of the lowest numbers of any president. This  was because Sen Harry Reid stopped the S

Can the US vice president veto bills?

No, the Vice president has no political power at all, other than casting the tie-breaking vote in the Senate.

Is the US Supreme Court's authority to decide whether a law violates the Constitution called veto power?

No, the US Supreme Court's authority to determine the constitutionality of legislation is called the power of "judicial review," and can only be applied after a bill becomes l

Can the US president veto a law?

NO- the President can not veto or change a law that has been passed. He can veto a proposed law, known as a bill, and send it back to Congress. They can still make it a law, b

What branch uses pocket veto?

The Executive branch (president or governor).

How do you use the word 'veto' in a sentence?

The President can veto laws made by the legislative branch. The President can veto a law because he thinks it is unneeded.

Pocket veto can only be used when?

When Congress adjourns within 10 days of submitting a bill to the president, who simply lets it die by neither signing nor vetoing it.

How can the US Congress override a President's veto?

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