12. Which of the following statements about a president’s veto power is most accurate? a. Because vetoes are rarely overridden, the



12. Which of the following statements about a president’s veto power is most accurate?
a. Because vetoes are rarely overridden, the power has become unimportant.
b. Because vetoes are usually overridden, the power has become unimportant.
c. The president’s veto is final, and this gives him or her complete control over legislation.
d. The threat of a veto gives the president significant influence over Congress and legislation.
e. The veto has been used by Congress to stop the president from signing legislation.




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