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A bill could become law without the president's assent if


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A bill could become law without the president's assent if

Options

A) necessitated by a state of emergency

B) overruled by the Supreme Court

C) supported by a two-thirds majority of the legislature

D) assented to by the Cheif Justice


The correct answer is C.

Explanation:

A bill could become law without the president's assent if supported by a two-thirds majority of the legislature.

Where the President withholds his assent and the bill is again passed by each House by two-thirds majority, the bill shall become law and the assent of the President shall not be required.


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  • A bill could become law without the president's assent if supported by a two-thirds majority of the legislature.

    Where the President withholds his assent and the bill is again passed by each House by two-thirds majority, the bill shall become law and the assent of the President shall not be required.

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