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What happens to it if a Bill gets vetoed by the President?



A. Dies
B. Goes back to the House of Representatives, and if they get a 2/3 majority vote it becomes a law
C. Goes to the Senate to rework it
D. It goes to the Supreme Court
E. It stalls

This question is part of How Well Do You Know Your Government?
Asked by Kansasbball, Last updated: Jun 08, 2020

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John Adney

Question is a little misleading. Congress only tries to override vetoes if the think that they have the 2/3 votes necessary to override. Vetoed bills aren't automatically subject to override.
 

John Adney

Question is a little misleading. Congress only tries to override vetoes if the think that they have the 2/3 votes necessary to override. Vetoed bills aren't automatically subject to override.
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Oct 26, 2016

Goes back to the House of Representatives, and if they get a 2/3 majority vote it becomes a law
 

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