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If Democrats win a supermajority in the state Senate, they will have total veto power over the state’s projected 26 congressional districts.
REPUBLICANS WON ALMOST EVERY ELECTION WHERE REDISTRICTING WAS AT STAKENATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)NOVEMBER 18, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
When even that wasn’t enough to get support, she pushed forward anyway, yet lacked the votes to overcome a mayoral veto.
This specter was an unmistakable motivating factor for so-called “court-packing” by conservatives to cement a kind of veto power against policy gains for LGBTQ people and other long-ignored communities.
I had that conversation with him, and it was pretty clear … so I knew that I needed to have six Council members to override that veto.
Even in the absence of the filibuster, the American political system is thick with veto points and clashing institutions.
Mayor Aguilar, however, vetoed the ordinance, and then Dr. Griffin and his colleagues came forward with a new proposition.
Jackson vetoed this bill, chiefly on constitutional grounds, in the face of Marshall's decision of 1819.
This bill was vetoed by President Monroe, on grounds already stated, and the road fell into a very bad condition.
A man might give away all his property while alive; the law only vetoed excessive legacies.
ROMAN WOMENALFRED BRITTAIN
But this Pat vetoed and he did it so tactfully as to remove all possible sense of disappointment which Hal might have felt.

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