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What tactics can the president use to encourage the passage of a bill?
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What is the significance when the President certifies a bill as urgent?
I have never heard that a President can certify a bill as urgent. The President can ask Congress for permission to address it and in such a speech he could tell them that a certain bill was in urgent need of passage. He can call Congress to a special session if they are not in session and ask for the passage of certain legislation, but all he can do is ask and hope that Congress will do what he wants and do it quickly.
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How long does a bill take on average to pass through Congress?
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How did Millard Fillmore help pass the compromise of 1850?
Asked in Politics and Government, US Constitution
Who can recommend the passage of a bill?
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How is the President of India a nominal Head?
1) he can declare an emergency only when given so in writing by the union council of ministers 2) during the passage of a bill , the president may send the bill back for reconsideration but when the bill comes to him for a second time , he has to give his assent to the bill . 3) when an ordinance is issued by the president , it has to approved by the parliament in 6 weeks failing which the ordinance becomes null and void .!
Why does the president use multiple pens when signing a bill?
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What word is used for a long speech by a Senter that halts the passage of a bill?
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What happen if both houses of congress pass a bill and the president does nothing and congress is at recess?
In that situation the bill is considered vetoed and is of no effect. This is called the President's "pocket veto." For a bill to become law the President must do two things. He must sign it and return it to Congress within 10 days of passage. A bill, whether signed by the President or not, cannot be returned to Congress if it is in recess. If Congress recesses before the President signs and returns the bill it cannot be returned; therefore the two requirements for a bill to become law cannot be met. When this happens, if Congress wants the bill passed, Congress will introduce another version of the bill, pass it and send it to the President who would then have to formally veto it or sign and return it.
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The actual passage of a bill setting the funds that an agency can spend is called a?
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What happens to a bill does not agree with the President?
What does a bill become if the president signs it?
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If one chamber of Congress passes a bill what happens next?
That bill gets sent to the other house to be considered and voted on by its members. This second house can do one of three things. It can vote to pass the bill, in which case the bill gets sent to the President for his signature or veto. It can vote to deny the bill entirely, in which case it becomes a dead bill. Or it can make modifications to it in any way it chooses, then send it back to the first chamber for its consideration and vote of the modified bill. If the first chamber votes for passage of the modified bill, the modified bill gets sent to the President.