They need a 2/3's majority to override his veto.
Actually, presidents do not make the laws. Only congress can make the laws. Presidents will promote or push their priorities and try to encourage congress to turn those priorities into laws. Presidents need to work closely with congress, since no bills will pass unless congress agrees to pass them, no matter how much a president might want something done.
Congress cannot pass laws that favor one state over another. The goal of Congress is to pass fair and lawful laws.
The US Congress is the legislative branch of the US government and is the branch that can pass laws.
Congress DOES have the power to pass a bill into law over a Presidential veto.
Presidents do not pass laws. The job of passing laws is up to congress. On the other hand, presidents have an agenda when they are elected, and they try to persuade congress to move that agenda forward. President Obama has had mixed success with getting congress to do what he hoped: he was able to get congress to pass Health Care Reform, for example, but other elements of his agenda have stalled amidst congressional bickering.
Presidents cannot pass legislation. It is congress that makes the laws, and then the president either signs them or vetoes them. But presidents can and do encourage congress to pass certain bills; President Obama, like all presidents before him, has had a number of pieces of legislation he wanted congress to pass. In some cases, they did; in others, they did not.
The Presidents role is to suggest laws to Congress. Only Congress has the power to actually make laws, however. The President urges Congress to pass or veto a bill by inviting members of Congress to the White House, for example. Or making speeches to Congress.
Only the Congress (U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate) can pass laws. Either the Presidents signs bills passed by congress into law, or Congress can over ride the Presidents veto, and the bill becomes law without his approval.
If it can get enough supporting votes to overrride the veto then it can.
because it first started with the presidents in the 1800 like James Monroe who passed his own law and made every suffer for it so the house of (congress) pass a law so the new laws have to pass throughout them first
Actually it does. Now a days congress rules over the president. All the president does it veto or appeal laws and declares war but at any time congress can over rule him. Truly the president can't do much for us when it seems like he does but congress does most of the work.
Presidents do not pass laws- only Congress can pass laws. One law that Congress passed while Wilson was president is the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 which began the Federal Reserve banking system used today.
Congress doesn't pass laws. They pass Bills which do not become law until they are signed by the President OR congress votes to over-ride a Presidential veto.
Presidents can never pass laws. Buchanan helped pass some laws when he was in the House and the senate.
the congress may veto laws or pass laws for a city.
All. Presidents do not pass budgets. Congress does.
Congress. If there is a 3/4 majority vote, Congress can override a presidential veto.
yes they have to have a 2/3 vote to override the presidents veto
they can, but they need 2/3s vote from both houses
Congress can veto local laws or pass laws for Washington D.C.
The Congress' main duty is to make and pass laws.