confidentiality in allied health,part 1

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if the persident of the united states vetoes a bill sent to him by congress,can this bill still become a law?

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    If the president of the United States vetoes a bill sent to him by Congress,can this bill still become a law?

    Yes. The bill will become law if 2/3 of the members present pass it in both houses of Congress.

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    i just took this test the correct answer is statute.

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    yes answer is C

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