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Clinton v. City of New York

Docket No.: 97-1374
Argued: April 27, 1998
Decided: June 25, 1998

Topics:

Article 1, Section 7, Paragraph 2: Separation of Powers, Line item veto, Administrative Procedure, Article I, Bill of Rights, Environmental Protection Agency, Federalism, Fourteenth Amendment, Internal Revenue Code, Medicaid, Presentment Clause, Sentencing Guidelines, Social Security Act, abuse of discretion, immigration, judicial review, public schools, racial preferences, separation of powers

Petitioner: Clinton
Respondent: City of New York

Supreme Court Docket


524 U.S. 417 (1998)
Question:

Did the President's ability to selectively cancel individual portions of bills, under the Line Item Veto Act, violate the Presentment Clause of Article I?

Clinton v. City of New York
ORAL ARGUMENT

April 27, 1998

Holding: affirmed
Decision: Decision: 6 votes for City of New York, 3 vote(s) against
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