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For the First Time, Congress Overrides President Obama’s Veto

From the Thursday Morning Jolt… For the First Time, Congress Overrides President Obama’s Veto You’ve never seen President Obama rebuked by both parties like this before: The Senate approved the override on a 97-1 vote, with Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid the lone Senator voting to sustain the president’s veto. Hours later, the vote in the House was 348-77, with one Democratic member voting “present.
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