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What branch can veto or reject a law made by another branch?


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Answered 2009-03-05 02:03:51

the executive branch can veto law made by the legislative branch, but the law can still be passed by a two-thirds majority vote by both houses in the legislative branch.

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The Executive branch (the President) has the power of veto. Though The Executive can veto bills, the Legislative branch can override a President's veto.


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