The right or power of a president or governor to reject bill in the legislature?

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What is the president required to do after rejecting a bill?

If the president wants to reject a bill that has been passed and sent to him and Congress is still in session, he must send it back to Congress with his reasons for rejecting

Does the governor preside over the legislature?

No- not in any states that I know about. State constitutions aregenerally patterned after the federal one, with a balance ofpowers. The lieutenant-governor often presides over
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What executive power allows president to reject a bill?

The President has the right to refuse to sign any bill passed byCongress. The failing to sign is known as a veto. Congress can then try pass the bill with a 2/3 favorable vot
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How may the president reject a bill?

The U.S. Constitution, Article I, Section 7, Clause 2 states in part, . "Every Bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the Senate, shall, before it bec