legislative veto

Definition of "legislative veto"
  1. A process where either or both chambers of a legislative body pass a resolution with the aim of revoking an administrative rule or measure
How to use "legislative veto" in a sentence
  1. The Senate examined the possibility of implementing a legislative veto to revoke the President's executive order.
  2. The committee argued that a legislative veto was the most practical way to override the administrative directive.
  3. With a legislative veto, the House seeks to nullify the new regulation imposed by the agency.

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