A State Governor derives her power under the Executive Branch of government.
the answer is that the Governor DOES HAVE the power to select individual items and veto them.
In general, the president has more power of the Governor.
what powers does the president have that the Tennessee governor does not have
In States that have that position, it is the Lieutenant Governor.
the govenor has the power of tenture, appointing powers, the power to veto, budgeting power, the power to reorganize state agencies and departments, and the governor has staffing powers
The governor has the power to propose legislation, budgets, and programs in the General Assembly. The governor cannot vote on this legislation, but it is still a way to make his or her desires known to the legislature.
Some of the examples of an executive power given to the governor is that he may demand for budget cuts.
The power to stay an execution.
The governor of a state can grant a commutation. In fact, the governor has the power to pardon, commute or suspend sentences.
North Carolina was the last state, the governor did not obtain veto power until 1996
The Secretary of State is second in power to Arizona's governor. The current Secretary of State for Arizona is Ken Bennett.
the right or power of a president or governor to reject bills
The Pharaoh. By governor you must mean monarchs.
When the governor is impeached by the House of Representatives within the State Government
The Governor of Georgia does have line-item veto power. The Georgia General Assembly can override the governor's veto, with a two-thirds majority in each chamber.
A strong governor is allowed to appoint cabinet members and has some veto power. A weak governors cabinet members are appointed by votes and have no veto power.
If the governor is unable to fulfill his/her duties (e.g. under arrest) the lieutenant governor will take his/her place until the governor returns, if s/he returns.
The governor's legislative power stems from all the following except his: authority to appoint committee chairs.
President or the governor
propose legislation ....