"Every bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the senate, shall, before it became law, be presented to the president of the united states: If he approval he shall sign it, but if he shall not return it, with his objections to that house in which it shall have originated, who shall enter the Objections at large on their Journal, and proceed to reconsider it. "The quote above reflects the system of checks and balances in that
If the president vetoes a bill, Congress cannot override the veto
Neither the president nor either house of congress has complete control over whether a bill becomes a law
The vice president can stop the passing of a bill from the Senate to the House
If the president veto's a bill, he sends it back to the house of representatives, which can override he veto ***
If the president vetoes a bill, Congress cannot override the veto .
cause they have to send the law back!
No. Please do not post this question and your answers again. Two guesses is enough!
oh ok i see which one it is. This time it is not a guess!!!
It is Neither the president nor either house of congress has complete control over whether a bill becomes a law .