Why did congress reject redistribution as a general policy?
1. Congress can override his veto with a Two-Thirds Congressional vote. 2. Congress can vote "yes" or "no" on the money spent, therefore having the power to control the money strings 3. Congress has the power to aprrove or reject all foreign policy treaties. To reject a treaty they need Two-Thirds of a vote. help pass bills vetoed by president
Not, it's the other way around. A veto allows the president to reject a bill from Congress.
Only congress can.
He veto's it.
Approve or reject laws.
Congress can Override vetoes and Reject treaties.
No, but they confirm or reject the President's appointments.
because there were no slaves involved
The president can ratify (approve) or veto (reject) laws passed by congress, but the Congress can also override the veto.
The President can veto (reject) bills passed by Congress if he wants to. But Congress can override him by a two-thirds vote.
accept and reject
The Grand Council would limit colonies' powers. : It threatened their power of taxation Why did the colonies reject Benjamin Franklin's plan of union at the Albany congress?
reject an entire bill passed by congress
he can sign it and make it a law or he can veto it(reject)
Power of veto.
Because not all of the citizens had an opportunity to vote on it.
The U.S. Congress had a major problem with Article X of the Treaty of Versailles. This allowed the League of Nations to declare was without a vote by Congress.
The Mormon religion has no policy for or against circumcision.
The consuls did not have the power to reject a government proposed policy. Many a resolution was passed without the approval of a consul, the consulship of Julius Caesar being a prime example. Only a tribune could veto a proposed government policy.
The President's power to reject legislation passed by Congress. Congress can override a veto with 2/3 vote in both House and Senate.
Write bills, discuss bills, pass or reject laws. Congress has many other roles, too.
Congress can impeach a president (accuse them of a crime), override the president's veto power, and reject his or her treaties.
When the president is checking congress when he veto or reject a bill
Congress can defeat presidential policy proposals, deny presidential budget requests, delay or reject presidential appointments, investigate executive agencies, hold committee hearings to spotlight improprieties, and generally immobize the executive branch. It can investigate and question nominees for the Supreme Court and the federal judiciary, it can legislate changes in the jurisdiction of the federal courts; and it can try to reverse court decisions by amending laws or the Constituion itself. The Congress can even threaten… Read More
The President Can VETO (Reject) A bill That Congress had Voted On.
It required Germany to make war reparations - apex
It is actually the General Assembly that is used by Missouri citizens to override or reject acts of their state government. The General Assembly is like the United States Supreme court with only state power.
If a bill is rejected in the congress, the President issues nothing. If the President wished to reject a bill that has passed the Congress, he issues a Veto.
The power of the Supreme Court to accept or reject laws of Congress as constitutional or not is now referred to as?
The President can approve or veto laws passed by the legislative(congress) (veto means to reject)
- override presidential veto - reject treaties and presidential appointments - impeach and remove the president - impeach and remove Supreme Court members - create lower courts - propose amendments to overturn court decisions
Treaty of Versailles!
The president is able to veto a law that Congress wants to pass which basically means he won't let it be passed. However, Congress can override the president's veto by voting if the law should be passed. They must get a 2/3 vote by Congress
Congress can override a presidential veto by a vote of 2/3 of the members of both houses. The House can formally impeach the president and the Senate holds the trial. Congress can reject presidential appointments and refuse treaties.
Not exactly. Only the Senate, which is but one chamber of Congress, votes to approve or reject Presidential nominations. The House of Representatives plays no role in the appointment process.
Yes, the Senate has the power to reject a presidential sppointment with a simple majority vote. A president canmake appointments during a recess in the Senate, but when the recess ends the appointment needs to be voted upon.
Yes. As stated in the Constitution, the Supreme Court can reject any law passed by Congress if it is deemed unconstitutional.
Claims are more typically denied rather than rejected. If the claim did not fit within the terms of the policy then you might get "reject" somewhere in the response, a more specific question would probably generate a better answer.
What did king George reject in which the second continental congress made a last attempt to aviod war with great Britain?
Olive Branch Petition.
What did congress authorize in 1996 which was later declared unconstitutional in order to let the president reject specific parts of a bill?
the line-item veto
Yes, the executive branch (aka the president) can negotiate and sign treaties, but Congress can approve or reject these treaties.
The President does not make laws, declare war, or approve or reject treaties, the Congress does. He does not define the constitution. The Supreme Court does.
What did the congress authorize in 1996 which was later declared unconstitutional in order to let the president reject specific parts of a bill?
the line-item veto
Who did king george reject in which the second continental congress made a last attempt to avoid war with great Britain?
Olive Branch Petition
Because the Pan-Africanist Congress did not agree with cooperating with the South African Indian Congress. They believed in Africa for Africans and no one else. The Freedom Charter proposed racial harmony. and equal rights for all races.
stated that all states had the right to reject a law passed by congress if they thought that it was unconstitutional. Published in reaction to the alien and sedition acts.
These Republicans believed the plan was too lenient on the south, and they thought the south deserved punishment.
Yes, Unless you exclude the Child driver by name. You can reject the addition of your child onto your policy by signing a form 515A and submitting it to your insurer.
China uses a policy called the "Green Fence" in which they will reject shipments of recyclables at ports if they are too contaminated. China placed this policy because items that couldn't be recycled were ending up in Chinese landfills.