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Congress Hands President Obama His First Veto Override

For the first time ever in his presidency, a President Obama veto was overriden by Congress on Monday, just four months before he leaves office. NPR reports that the House voted 348-77, and the Senate voted 97-1, well over the two-thirds majority needed to overcome the president’s objection to a bill which would allow the […]
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