Veto - Objection by the Governor to an act passed by the legislature, which kills the act unless it is reenacted later by a two-thirds vote of both houses.
Veto, Line item - Power of the Governor to selectively veto items in a general appropriations act or any specific appropriation in a substantive act containing an appropriation. See section 8(b) of Article III of the State Constitution for restrictions on the Governor’s use of this power.
Veto override - Action by the legislature to set aside the Governor’s objections to an act. It takes two-thirds of the members voting in each house to override a veto.
Vote - The Constitution requires the recorded yeas and nays on final passage of legislation. Types of votes include:
Vote board - The electronic voting display located in each chamber which shows how legislators are voting on a measure before the body.
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