Judge's ruling on line-item veto could protect bonds
- Republicans grumble over how President will wave veto wand. Grier, Peter // Christian Science Monitor;12/3/96, Vol. 89 Issue 6, p1
Focuses on the possible effect of the increase of the line-item veto, on the balance of power between the Oval Office and legislative chambers of Capitol Hill. Information on a line-item veto which goes into effect January 1, 1997 by President Bill Clinton; Reference to a letter of...
- The line-item veto versus the constitution. Holt, Pat M. // Christian Science Monitor;4/4/96, Vol. 88 Issue 90, p19
Opinion. Argues about the line-item veto, a legislation which allows presidents to veto parts of an appropriation bill while allowing the rest of the bill to become law. Reason lawmakers in the United States voted for the line-item veto; Why Ronald Reagan, a former president of the U.S. was...
- Line-item veto's political web. Shane, Peter M. // Christian Science Monitor;4/19/96, Vol. 88 Issue 101, p20
Opinion. Presents the author's opinion on the line-item veto, signed into law by President Clinton;
- Whadya' expect? // Crain's Cleveland Business;08/18/97, Vol. 18 Issue 33, p8
Opinion. Discusses the action in which United States' President Bill Clinton became the first chief executive in America history to avail himself of the line-item veto which the Republican-led Congress granted him in 1996. Reference to Senator Dan Coats, an Indiana Republican describing...
- The line-item veto: A reappraisal. Hamre, Mark A.; Sommers, Paul M. // Atlantic Economic Journal;Dec93, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p86
Presents a reappraisal of the line-item veto. Budgetary balance as more important than expenditure alone; States with line-item veto; Results supporting the conclusion that the item veto has worked successfully.
- Line-item veto bad news for economy. Previdi, Robert // American Banker;5/9/96, Vol. 161 Issue 89, p26
Focuses on the line-item veto in the United States of America which is said to be wrong for the country's economy. Problems associated with bill; Implications of bill for country; Advantages of bill for President Bill Clinton; When President Clinton signed bill into power.
- Legislation. // Reporter;Jun98, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p23
Presents information on the Line Item Veto Act which was passed by the United States Congress on April 9, 1996. Objective of the act; Information on the law; Controversy surrounding the act.
- Yes: Unbundling omnibus bills won't work. Morrison, Alan // ABA Journal;Jun95, Vol. 81 Issue 6, p46
Argues that the line-item veto is unconstitutional. Problem with non-compliance with Article I; Inconsistency of the veto; Effect of the line-item veto on the balance of power between the United States Congress and the United States president.
- No: The Founding Fathers would be cheering. Fein, Bruce // ABA Journal;Jun95, Vol. 81 Issue 6, p47
Argues that the line-item veto is constitutional. Authorization of direct spending and targeted tax benefits; Aim to avoid adopting of policies that could not command majority support; Lack of effect on congressional legislative prerogatives.
- Signing on for line-item veto. Cohen, Richard E. // National Journal;7/29/96, Vol. 28 Issue 30, p1958
Focuses on the delay in resolving the differences between US House and Senate-passed versions of the line-item veto legislation. Reasons for the delay; Implications of the delay.