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the president can pocket veto a bill only if
a. it was produced by a conference committee
b. congress's session is ending
c. congress does not send it to him
d. it is a tax bill

b or d. i think b.

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asked by jere
  1. B is correct.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pocket_veto

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