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What happens when the Governor vetoes a bill?

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When the Governor vetoes (objects to) a bill, it is sent back to its house of origin. It is available for consideration until the end of the current session or, if the Legislature is not in session when the bill is received, until the end of the next regular session. If two-thirds of the members of each house vote to override (set aside) the Governor's objections, the bill becomes a law. more
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By vetoing a bill, the Governor prevents it from becoming a law and sends it back to its house of origin. It is available for consideration until the end of the current session or, if the legislature is not in session when the bill is received, until the end of the next regular session. If two-thirds of the members of each house vote to override (set aside) the Governor's veto, the bill becomes a law. more
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