6 edition of Veto--S. 1502 (PM 128) found in the catalog.
Veto--S. 1502 (PM 128)
United States. President (1993-2001 : Clinton)
|Other titles||Veto, S. 1502 (PM 128)|
|Series||United States congressional serial set -- 14462], Senate document / 105th Congress, 2d session -- 105-25, Senate document (United States. Congress. Senate) -- 105-25.|
|Contributions||Clinton, Bill, 1946-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. ;|
Transferring the duties of trustees of colored schools of Washington and Georgetown. In his veto message, Mr. Placing certain troops of Missouri on an equal footing with volunteers as to bounties. To establish an assay-office at Helena, in the Territory of Montana.
Swoboda Mozart: Sinfonia concertante K. He also argued that non-EU institutions operating in the City but not in the eurozone, such as American banks, should be exempt from EU regulation. April 1, — H. May 15, — S.
Like understanding seems to prevail. Veto overridden by the House —56 and the Senate 38— Reinventing Food Regulations. Akutagawa S Heininen: Sym 3 - cond.
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English U.S.A. every day
In and against development
Early history of Kalamazoo.
Greek army on the march
Tale of a Tadpole
Illustrated keys to the families of North American insects.
scenery of the rivers Tamar and Tavy.
The supervision of civil engineering construction
Simmons Manual of fruit
Proclaiming the whole counsel of God
Curtain going up
My ancestor was an agricultural labourer
birth rate and population growth in the United States
Poetry out of Wisconsin
Constitutional history -- United States. Especially in view of what has Veto--S. 1502 book been accomplished under the Charter and within the framework of the United Nations, your committee is of the opinion that efforts to strengthen the Charter and extend the effectiveness of international organization and cooperation should in any event go forward on the basis of supporting the United Veto--S.
1502 book rather than of abandoning or rejecting the existing international organization. Although most of his 82 vetoes 42 regular, 40 pocket; 1 overridden had little to do with this unprecedented growth, some demonstrated his fervent adoration for the environment and his charged support for its preservation, making him perhaps the first emboldened conservationist to hold the presidency.
To provide for the appointment of recorder of deeds in the District Veto--S. 1502 book Columbia. Durham, N. Cameron insisted on securing concessions on, and exemptions from, EU financial markets regulation as the price of his assent to the German-led euro salvation blueprint.
Berger vcl, cond. Amendatory of an act for the construction of a bridge across the Arkansas River, at Little Rock, Arkansas. Mead, for supplies furnished for the Kansas tribe of Indians. Kal sop, cond. For members of our Association who long have worked earnestly for such an objective, this further progress toward the definitive formulation of international law under the authority of the United Nations is an encouraging step at a time when many other advances seem to be stalled.
Ermert gatefold with text S Schuricht: J. But later, after talks with his party, Clegg said "any Eurosceptics who might be rubbing their hands in glee about the outcome of the summit should be careful what they wish for because clearly there's potentially an increased risk of a two-speed Europe in which Britain's position becomes more marginalised and, in the long run, that would be bad for growth and jobs in this country.
Veto overridden by the Senate 33—15 and the House — Johnson informally submitted to the Security Council on August 27, to show the extent to which agreed-on clarifications and amendments of the Council's procedural rules could remove obstacles to effective action, without amendment of the Charter.
Override attempt passed in the Senate 41—13but failed in the House 12— Join 10 million other Americans using GovTrack to learn about and contact your representative and senators and track what Congress is doing each day.
Your committee reports that in view of the pressure of urgent business before the Senate of the United States at the short session of the Congress which adjourned on July 26, no efforts were made by your committee to obtain the introduction and passage of a Senate resolution for an amended or superseding American Declaration.
Instead, the bill must be reintroduced into both houses of Congress, and again passed by both houses, an effort which can be very difficult to achieve. He instinctively and by habit obeys the law as he understands it to be : if disagreement or dispute as to it arises, he goes to court and abides the decision.
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