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A Congressional bill can become a law without presidential assent when


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A Congressional bill can become a law without presidential assent when

Options

A) the president is careless enough to forget to sign the bill into law within a certain number of days

B) a bill was, in the first instance passed by both Houses of Congress with a two thirds majority

C) each of the two Houses voting with a two-thirds majority passes a bill which has been vetoed by the president

D) the country is at war

E) in none of the conditions stated above


The correct answer is C.


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