Veto Day As I write this, the General Assembly is scheduled finish its work for the year tomorrow. Having completed its principal legislative work on February 28-45 days after convening-the Assembly returns 45 days later to consider the Governor’s vetoes and amendments.
Thank You I want to thank everyone for their kind words and cards of condolence in the passing of my mother, Lillian Hull.
WASHINGTON — President Bush should stop worrying about his legacy. It’s already established. By his deeds you shall know him; preemptive war, torture and wiretapping, for starters.
This week, the House will vote yet again to override the President’s veto of low income children’s health insurance, the revised, bipartisan SCHIP (State Children’s Health Insurance Program) bill (H.R. 3963).
WASHINGTON — President Bush is feeling newly empowered by threatening to veto legislation approved by the Democratic-controlled Congress.
WASHINGTON — The dying months of the disastrous Bush presidency are beginning to resemble the twilight of the Clinton administration.
October 4 – 10, 2007
This week, Congress passed a long-awaited reauthorization of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), legislation giving 10 million low-income children health care coverage. The program will expire Monday if it is not signed into law.