What house needs to remove the president from office if he is vetoed?
I think you are confused. A veto is what a president does to a bill he doesn't want or like. People are not vetoed. The word you are looking for is impeachment. A impeachment starts in the house and is done in the senate. ...
What powers does the legislative branch hold over the executive branch?
The Legislative can override a presidential veto; the Senate can conduct an impeachment trial of a president after the house impeaches him/her. ...
Asked in Political Office Holders
Is the president more powerful than the senate?
In short, no. The Senate-President thing works like this: The President has no say of what goes on in the Senate itself. Once the Senate passes a bill, the President could veto it, but the Senate can override the veto with a 2/3 majority vote. ...
Asked in US Constitution
What checks does the legislative branch have over the executive branch?
One is the impeachment process. The House has the exclusive power to impeach a president, and then the Senate tries the president. Another is the over-ride of a presidential veto. ...
Asked in US Presidents, US Constitution
Can president veto bill signed by another president?
No. Once a bill becomes law, the President can not veto it or nullify it. (He can refuse to enforce a law he does not like but is subject to impeachment for doing so. However if the law is controversial and his party has enough members in the Senate to make conviction impossible, he can get away with it. ) ...
Asked in US Congress
Can the president veto legislation passed by both houses of congress?
The president can veto legislation that comes from the Senate. The Senate has the ability to kill legislation that comes to them from the House. ...
Who has the right to veto?
Veto means to stop legislation from becoming law. The President of the US has the power to veto. When a bill passes the House of Representatives, it is sent on to the Senate. If the Senate passes the bill, it is sent on to the President, who can sign it into law or veto. ...
Asked in US Presidents
Does the president or vice president ever vote on laws before they have been passes by congress?
No. If law passes the house and the senate, then it goes to the President who makes the decision to pass or veto the law. ...
Asked in US Constitution
Does the president make the law?
No, The president does not make the law, he only has the power to pass, veto, or suggest a law. the group of people who make the laws and run them through the president is the Senate. Also, if the president vetoes the law, the senate can overthrow his decision if 2/3 of the senate vote for the law to pass. ...
How does the legislative branch check the power of the executive branch when the president breaks the law?
it overrides the presidential veto impeachment, house brings charges senate holds trial (I maybe wrong) ...
How does the Senate check the power of the US President?
As part of the Legislative Branch, the Senate has the power to override a veto from the President. The Senate also has to approve treaties negotiated by the Executive Branch. The Senate also approves some appointments by the President, like federal judges, members of the Supreme Court, and ambassadors to other nation s. The Senate also acts as the "jury" during impeachment of a president. It checks the President by requesting monthly reports from the White House about the President's actions. ...
Asked in US Presidents, US Vice Presidents
How does the veto power differ between the president and vice president?
The president has 100% veto power and can shut down anything. The vice president has 3/4 veto power. A vice presidential veto can be overridden by a 75% vote of the house or senate. ...
What checks are these on the powers of the congress?
The Supreme Court can declare a law passed by Congress to be unconstitutional and therefore null and void. The President can veto laws by Congress and fail to enforce them if his party has an impeachment-proof minority in Senate. ...
What does the legilative branch do?
The U.S. legislative branch can impeach federal officials (House), try impeachment cases (Senate), pass legislation (both House and Senate), override the President's veto with a 2/3 majority (both House and Senate), choose the President when there is a tie in the Electoral College (House), and approve the President's appointments (Senate). ...
How did the issue of the removal power result in the impeachment of president Andrew Johnson?
Congress passed the Tenure of Office Act to prevent President Johnson from removing several top officers in his administration. The law provided that any person holding an office by presidential appointment with Senate consent should remain in that office until a successor had been confirmed by the Senate. The President vetoed the bill, but the veto was overridden. He fired Stanton anyway. That sparked Johnson's impeachment. ...
Asked in Government
If a bill arrives on the desk of the president of the US and it originated in the Senate A pocket veto will be possible for him only if what?
If a bill arrives on the desk of the president of the US and it originated in the Senate, he can pocket veto only if Congress is about to adjourn. A. Congress is about to adjourn ...
What are the three checks and balances?
== == 1. The Supreme Court can declare a law passed by the House and Senate and signed by the President to be unconstitutional. 2. The President can veto a law passed by the House and Senate. 3. The House and Senate can override the President's veto with a 2/3 vote. ...