Line-item Veto Act

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The Line-item veto act of 1996 allowed the president to cross out parts of a bill he did not want, rather than veto the entire bill. In 1998 in Clinton v. City of New York, the Line-item veto act was found unconstitutional because it allowed the president to amend legislation.[1]

References

  1. U.S. Government and Politics
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