Outlines P.L. 104-130, the Line Item Veto Act of 1996, which provides the President with line-item cancellation authority over appropriation bills, new direct spending, or limited tax benefits, and provides that such cancellations become effective unless disapproved by Congress. Discusses Presidential powers, coverage of the Line Item Veto Act, impact on deficit reduction, expedited procedures, and judicial review.
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