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Among the budget riders Abbott vetoed were several contingency riders, which would only have been implemented if a certain bill passed during the session.
If he vetoed this, he's going to veto many others that are out there.
I decide to exclude partisan vetoes from the analysis (those vetoed bills that have less than 60% support on final passage).
The veto champion of the past half-century is Ronald Reagan, who vetoed 78 bills - or, by another measure, Gerald Ford, who vetoed 66 bills in less than a full term.
Governor Nixon has vetoed a bill that would save babies and protect women from abortion clinics seeking to make a profit on an abortion.
One of those vetoed in 2005, was a bill that allowed scientists looking to conduct stem cell research in the state to bypass local district attorney's approval.
Instead of doing all that, he just vetoed a law affecting his powers," Dimitrov declared in Parliament Friday.
Hashemi had vetoed article 1 on compensatory seats and paragraph 4 of article 3 on the distribution of votes that did not win seats, prompting wide-scale reactions on the constitutionality of the decision.
VILNIUS -- Lithuanian President Valdas Adamkus has vetoed the controversial "Law on the Protection of Minors against the Detrimental Effect of Public Information" following protests in Vilnius and Brussels The president vetoed the law on June 26, after it had passed through its second parliamentary reading a week before.
The bill Bush vetoed contains funding for programs that educators know and studies prove will enhance student learning and performance.
Bush vetoed the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2005, which would have increased the supply and quality of human embryonic stem cell lines that can be used in federally funded research.