What Three Things Can a President Do with a Bill?


In the process of law making, there are three things that a president can do with a bill. He or she can sigh and pass the bill, sent back to the U.S. House of Representatives or do nothing at all. If the president chooses to do nothing with the law, it automatically becomes a law after 10 years.
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