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The judicial branch is the main actor that decides whether or not an action of the government is unconstitutional. However, technically the President can decide not to enforce parts of a law Congress passes on the basis of unconstitutionality through constitutional signing statements.
They don’t require congress to be a law and are only good for the term of the president.
financial statements are prepared by accountants to submit to the government for taxation purposes.
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Which of these statements defines the special relationship between Indians and the U.S. federal government?
The President can veto a law, but Congress can vote to override the veto and it will pass into law. In recent years Presidents have signed "signing statements" when they sign a law but don't like it. The signing statement states that the President is signing the law, but will not enforce the law. Clinton did about 400 of these type of statements, Bush did about 600 and I haven't heard if Obama has done any.
An Affidavit requires an oath or affirmation that the statements of a document are true to the person who is signing.
By proposing and signing the Civil Rights Act of 1964.