Gregg, Judd [NH] "Legislative Line Item Veto Act of 2006" A bill to establish a new budget process to create a comprehensive plan to rein in spending, reduce the deficit, and regain control of the Federal budget process.
What does LIVA stand for?
LIVA stands for Line Item Veto Act
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Samples in periodicals archive:
WASHINGTON, June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is a statement by President Bush: I commend Members of the House who voted today in support of the Legislative Line Item Veto Act of 2006.
That approach was adopted in the Line Item Veto Act of 1996.
``The title of the Line Item Veto Act, which was perhaps designed to simplify for public comprehension, or perhaps merely to comply with the terms of a campaign pledge, has succeeded in faking out the Supreme Court,'' Scalia wrote.
The Line Item Veto Act took effect on January 1, 1997 but was ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in 1998.
On April 9, 1996, President Clinton signed into law the Line Item Veto Act (PL 104-130; 110 Stat.
In a ruling, whose appeal will be heard by the Supreme Court on May 27, he held that: ``Never before has Congress attempted to give away the power to shape the content of a statute of the United States as the line item veto act purports to do.