Judge's ruling on line-item veto could protect bonds

Meisler, Daniel
February 1998
Bond Buyer;02/13/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30331, p5
Trade Publication
Discloses that a federal district judge has ruled that the law which granted line-item veto power to the United States president is unconstitutional. Impact of the decision on municipal bond provisions in the new tax laws; Judge Thomas F. Hogan's view that the veto power undermines the separation of powers set forth in the Constitution.


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