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If the president has vetoed a bill passed by congress, what can congress do about it?

Appeal to the supreme court to override the president's veto ***

Encourage the American people to vote that bill onto law at the next decision.

Override the veto with a two-thirds majority in each house

Nothing: the president has the final say

  • Civics -

    You're not trying are you?

    Please read your book or your lesson and stop guessing.

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    Ok sorry I will try

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    Override the veto with a two-thirds majority in each house

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    Correct. :-)

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    I know the answers but i am not trying! Sorry.

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